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Delia Derbyshire - The Delian Mode MP3


1The Delian Mode5:32
2Blue Veils And Golden Sands3:26


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SIL71458Delia Derbyshire The Delian Mode / Blue Veils And Golden Sands ‎(7", Ltd, RP, Blu)Silva ScreenSIL71458UK2016
SIL71458Delia Derbyshire The Delian Mode / Blue Veils And Golden Sands ‎(7", Ltd, RP, Mag)Silva ScreenSIL71458UK2020
SIL71458Delia Derbyshire The Delian Mode / Blue Veils And Golden Sands ‎(7", Ltd, RP, Red)Silva ScreenSIL71458UK2015


  • Composed By, PerformerDelia Derbyshire
  • DesignStuart Ford
  • Executive-ProducerReynold D'Silva
  • Mastered ByRick Clark


A BBC Music/ BBC Worldwide Production.
Thanks to Dominic Walker, Suzi Scott And Mark Ayres


  • Barcode: 738572145873



The Delian Mode Kara Blake, 2009 is a a short experimental documentary revolving around the life and work of electronic music pioneer Delia Ann Derbyshire 5 May 1937 3 July 2001 was an English musician and composer of electronic music. She carried out pioneering work with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop during the 1960s, including her electronic arrangement of the theme music to the British science-fiction television series Doctor Who. She has been referred to as the unsung heroine of British electronic music, having influenced musicians including Aphex Twin, the Chemical Brothers and Paul Hartnoll of Orbital. 2 tracks 7:48. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Delia Derbyshire is one of the earliest and most influential electronic sound synthesists. She was musically active from 1962 until the mid seventies, then briefly again for a few years before she died in 2001 at the age of 64. I originally compiled this chronology from what I could find of Delia Derbyshire's music from material found on the web, adding info from people contacted by email. For biographical material and lists of commercial albums containing her music consult the canonical site . Delia Derbyshire was born in 1937 and joined the BBC Radiophonic Workshop in 1960. She was the first qualified musician there she had a degree in Mathematics and Music earlier employees were oriented towards sound effects for radio drama. She is best known for creating the theme tune for Doctor Who, based on a rough compositional idea by Ron Grainer. Delia Derbyshires work at the BBCs Radiophonic Workshop in the 60s was recognised initially for her realisation of the now iconic Doctor Who Theme which was written for the show by Ron Grainer. More recently though, she has been celebrated for her own compositions and experiments at what was then the cutting edge of electronic music. Here on 7 vinyl are two of her pieces. On the A side is The Delian Mode, which was used as incidental music during The Sky At Night in 1969. Directed by Kara Blake. With Delia Derbyshire. A Genie Award winning documentary about electronic music pioneer Delia Derbyshire, primarily remembered for the original realization of Ron Grainer's theme for Derbyshire - The Delian Mode 24:09. Way Out' by Li De La Russe Delia Derbyshire 1:53. The Delian Mode 2018 Remaster 5:33. Circle of Light, Pt. Master-Release -. Anmerkungen zur Veröffentlichung:optional

Delia Derbyshire - The Delian Mode MP3
Performer: Delia Derbyshire
Genre: Electronic / Non music / TV
Title: The Delian Mode
Country: UK
Released: 2014
Style: Musique Concrète
MP3 album: 2983 mb
FLAC album: 1267 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 917
Source: Vinyl, 7", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM, Limited Edition
№ Cat: SIL71458
Label: Silva Screen

Agree with the initial comment. Packaging is nice but the pressing let's it down. A lot of surface noise. Considering this is such a quiet ambient piece of music it's imperative that the pressing be done correctly.
Is the pressing very quiet by any chance ? The main problem with vinyl pressing these days....overly quiet volume levels. It's true that many 1960s and '70s singles sound louder, and better.
Great package, it's just a shame the money wasn't spent on the pressing. It is terrible. Makes me wonder what's the point in putting something like this out, if it's not going to get the quality treatment it deserves. I've got singles from the 50's and 60's that sound way better than this.