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* A clip is seen projected in the background of Zinovieff's Red Bull Academy interview<ref>[http://www.redbullmusicacademy.com/lectures/dr-peter-zinovieff-the-original-tectonic-sounds Peter Zinovieff's Red Bull Academy interview]</ref> in which he identifies the figure in the film as Delia.
 
* A clip is seen projected in the background of Zinovieff's Red Bull Academy interview<ref>[http://www.redbullmusicacademy.com/lectures/dr-peter-zinovieff-the-original-tectonic-sounds Peter Zinovieff's Red Bull Academy interview]</ref> in which he identifies the figure in the film as Delia.
* [[:File:Delia at Queen Elizabeth Hall on 18-1-1968.avi|Here it is]], cropped from 15 minutes into the documentary ''[[What The Future Sounded Like]]''.
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* [[:File:Delia at Queen Elizabeth Hall on 15-1-1968.avi|Here it is]], cropped from 15 minutes into the documentary ''[[What The Future Sounded Like]]''.
 
* It is also shown at the start of part 4 of the documentary ''[[The New Sound of Music]]''.
 
* It is also shown at the start of part 4 of the documentary ''[[The New Sound of Music]]''.
  

Latest revision as of 17:23, 23 May 2020

Delia was filmed on stage during the Unit Delta Plus Concert of Electronic Music on the 15th January 1968 at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London. She can be seen starting the computer that plays Peter Zinovieff's piece Partita for Unattended Computer.

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