Composers without Crochets

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Composers without Crochets is a newspaper article published in the Daily Express, Manchester edition on 10th June 1965.[1]

Extracts

Hidden behind banks of tape recorders sit the white collar composers. No piano, no manuscript paper, not a single crochet. Just a lot of dials and thingummy-jigs.... A team of eight, including a secretary, are producing music from oscillators, noise simulators, a modulator, a wobbulator...and other highly technical equipment.[2]

References

  1. Special Sound, note 73 to p.111.
  2. Quoted in Special Sound, p.111.
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