As part of Unit Delta Plus, Delia created music for the Brighton Festival held on the West Pier on 14th-30th April 1967 to exhibit works of art by staff and students of the Hornsey College of Art, and the programme was written by [[[Clive Latimer]], Principal Lecturer for Advanced Studies, Hornsey College of Art, Crouch End Hill, N.8.
Billed in the programme as "LIGHT/SOUND WORKSHOP", Delia created the soundscapes for two exhibits entitled "Kinetic Arena" and "Kinetic Labyrinth" alongside “performances by Bruce Lacey and his robots, and Pink Floyd Sound”.
The musics for the event, or the event itself are also collectively know as K4 or Kinetic four dimensional.
She probably made a separate soundtrack for each sculpture, as collages of tracks (or of their makeup sounds) created for BBC programmes, artfully moving from one piece to another with new bridging sections.
- W. in S.
- Lay in the life [?]
- A Year IR
- Amor Dei
- French Eyes
- ME [or Men?] in History
From tape label for DD201:
DD082814: Delia's notes on the back of a concert flyer dated 13th March, of the pieces or makeups she was thinking of using for the festival
- There may be a copy on the Attic Tapes at Manchester, presumably DD179:"Extracts from Brighton Festival, Lively Arts".
- DD179: Label: "Extracts from Brighton Festival, Lively Arts". Description: "Unit Delta Plus"
- DD082729: Draft programme, page 2.
- DD082706: Draft programme, page 1.
- Delia Derbyshire's Creative Process, p.13.
- From what I remember of hearing it on David Butler's laptop. -martinwguy
- To An Independent Listener article at Manchester