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DD160 is the Initial Catalogue number of one of Delia's Attic Tapes, containing the master copy of the theme for Tutankhamun's Egypt and incidental sounds for programme 1 of the series.

Mark Ayres' notes

Type: 10.5" reel, 1/4" tape
Label: Egypt. Copy master Opening and Programme 1
Description: Tutankhamun's Trumpet etc. [[TRW 7529]]. N.B. is missing from RWS Archive. Contains Delia's voice.

Louis Niebur's notes

DD160 Egypt Programme 1 (TRW7529)
1. master opening titles (with Delia speaking) :21 – 1:09
2. 1:11 “forget about this, for interest only, sent to radio enterprises, 2 and ¼ minutes” it’s like titles, but fades into atmospheric track at 2:17 ends 3:51
3. M1 of Egypt 1. “rather more than you need, 2:30 minutes” 4:18 Atmospheric track, like abstract bells tolling, pitched.
4. M2 and M3 “starts at 820 feet, runs to 875, starts again at 889-925, one long cue, with paul’s approval” “Im afraid you’ll have to choose your bit, I’ve given you 3 minutes.” 7:56 – this music is from Amor Dei, first section! 14:27
5. M4 (still programme 1. Footage 1116, to end at 1185, approx 45 sec. “Bit of
6. M5 (prog 1). Consists of master mix and also of the submixes M5a and M5b.
footages are from beginning of slash 7ft, beginning of desovle into tunnel. Sun
starts to emerge at 230 ft. 256 ft, first impression of the carved top of pyramid.
The whole ends at 275 1⁄2. Start 17:07.
   a. 19:30 the tut trumpet enters
   b. m5a “u for universal” mixes “you may have some use for this later” 20:50 start
   c. M5b second half of the mix. Starts at 28:18. it’s the trumpet elements

James Percival's notes

CDD/1/1/14 Egypt copy master and programme
Opening title music, atmospheres and submixes
FORMER REFERENCE: DD160 DATE: 1972 CONTAINS: Tutankhamun's Egypt
MEDIUM: 10.5" reel, ¼" tape DURATION: 00:29:18
NOTES: Master of opening titles for Tutankhamun's Egypt series, followed by cues for Programme 1 ('The Pharaoh'), each introduced by Delia: M1 (abstract tolling bells), M2, M3 (an extract of Inventions for radio: Amor Dei), M4, M5a & M5b.