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Type: 10.5" reel, 1/4" tape Label: George Newson piece Description: "This Gap of Time"? Radio recording?
DD063 – George Newson Concert, Radio Recording Newsom taught at Goldsmiths Electronic Music Studio, 1970-72 Wrote “The Man Who Collected Sounds” for BBC in 1964 (Tx 1966) dir by D. Cleverdon, TRW 6192, 7065. Delia prepared the electronic tape for this production (and Germany) 1. “This Gap of Time” (1968) Based on A Winter’s Tale Fl, ob, cl, tpt, trb, perc, vc, db. 8 minutes 2. “Alan’s Piece Again” – for Alan Hacker. Solo bass clarinet and 4 track tape. Studio fonologia helped put the tape together. In 1 movement divided into 3 sections.Draft version of Delia Derbyshire track listings 3. “[something] ensemble”. Speed changes for this piece from 15ips to 7.5 written in 66 but revised for this broadcast (1970) 3 movements. Originally called concerto for percussion and 8 instruments.
CDD/1/8/12 Two George Newson pieces “This Gap of Time” and “Alan's Piece Again” FORMER REFERENCE: DD063 DATE:  MEDIUM: 10.5" reel, ¼" tape DURATION: 00:41:24 LABELS: [Reel label:] GEORGE NEWSON PIECE [Reel:] IVAN CO[...] / IVAN DOUGLAS SPEECH NOTES: Radio broadcast: a concert of music by George Newson, introduced by Ivan Douglas. Alan's Piece Again was written for clarinettist Alan Hacker and uses a 4-track electronic tape realised by Newson at the RAI Studio di Fonologia in 1968. The Studio di Fonologia tape archive holds copies of a stereo recording (FON. 188), a 4-track tape solo version (Q. 012), and the 4-track electronics part (Q. 052), for Alan's Piece Again. Another electronic piece by Newson, One Under the Eight, is on Derbyshire archive reel CDD/1/8/11 George Newson: One Under the Eight.
- CDD/1/8/11: One Under the Eight.