Studies on the life and work of electronic music pioneer Delia Derbyshire
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Dial a tune
Morse code musician
anal
bbc
papers
scores
.gitignore
BBCScotlandInterview.html
Makefile
PRS Works List for Delia Ann Derbyshire.html
PRS Works List for Russe Li (De La).html
README
balance.txt
changelog.html
cmj-obit.html
electrosonic-glospot-notes.html
harris_tribute.html
index.php
mkindex.sh
mp3ogg.html
quotes.txt
times-obit.html
vorhaus_interview.html

README

This is the master copy of my works for delia-derbyshire.net
studying electronic music pioneer Delia Derbyshire from the sixties.

The web site, a single-page attempt to catalogue her works, is in index.php
from which index.html and index.htm are created, without and with links to
all the MP3 files respectively, as well as copies of all the documents it
links to.

Scores of her music, in Lilypond, are in the "scores" folder.

There is Bourne shell and C code to create the spectrograms used in the
WikiDelia and to convert the spectrograms in James Percival's thesis
back into audio, all in the "anal" folder,

quotes.txt is my personal collection of anything Delia is known to have said.

Any questions, delia.derbyshire.net@gmail.com