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DD170 is the Initial Catalogue number of one of Delia's Attic Tapes.

Mark Ayres' notes

Type: 7" reel, 1/4" tape
Label: Demo Tape 15ips
Description: ?? Lecture tape. See also DD203

Louis Niebur's notes

DD170 Demo Tape

  1. :00 electronic sounds, ends :38
  2. :38 excerpt from Amor Dei (11:38-12:35) ends 1:35
  3. 1:36 orchestral music, atonal. Electronic treatment or orchestral instruments with trad together like Collages (but not). Sounds like live performance. Ends 2:44
  4. 2:44 test tones, sine, square, white, then more complex electronic tones, with vibrato. Ends 3:45
  5. 3:52 synth piece, pitched with drone synth bass line. 4:38 ends
  6. 4:40 “Time To Go” without explosion at end, just fades
  7. 5:04 rhythm pattern from DD080 23:00 but with more echo and without the top electronic melody
  8. 5:33 sine, square and sawtooth tones, with filtering and ADSR.
  9. 6:20 Delian Mode extract ends 7:56
  10. 7:57 Stockhausen’s Gesang der Junglinge extract 8”51
  11. 8:54 Beatles day in the life. Ends 10:58

James Percival's notes

CDD/1/9/3 Lecture tape
Test tones and extracts of Derbyshire, Stockhausen & Beatles
FORMER REFERENCE: DD170 DATE: [ca. 1967-1969]
MEDIUM: 7" reel, ¼" tape TAPE SPEED: 15ips DURATION: 00:11:00
LABELS: [Reel label:] DEMO TAPE 15ips
NOTES: Test tones, extracts from Inventions for radio: Amor Dei, Inventions for radio: The After Life, Time to Go, The Delian Mode, Stockhausen's Gesang der Jünglinge (dubbed from a tape copy) and the Beatles' A Day in the Life. See also CDD/1/9/1 Delia demo reel.