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BBC Radiophonic Workshop

Desmond Briscoe

BBC Radiophonic Workshop

the first 25 years : the inside story of providing sound and music for television and radio, 1958-1983

by Desmond Briscoe

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Published by British Broadcasting Corp. in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • BBC Radiophonic Workshop -- History,
    • Radio programs, Musical -- Great Britain -- History

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Statementremembered by Desmond Briscoe and those whose versatility and unremitting voluntary enthusiasm have made an idea a reality ; realised by Roy Curtis-Bramwell.
      ContributionsCurtis-Bramwell, Roy., BBC Radiophonic Workshop.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPN1991.77.B35 B75 1983
      The Physical Object
      Pagination175 p. :
      Number of Pages175
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2806204M
      ISBN 100563201509
      LC Control Number83238272

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      Harry Desmond Briscoe (21 June – 7 December ) was an English composer, sound engineer and studio was the co-founder and original manager of the pioneering BBC Radiophonic Workshop.. Born in Birkenhead, and a drama studio manager for the BBC in the s, Briscoe began to develop an interest in the use of electronic and electroacoustic techniques as a source of material. BBC Radiophonic Workshop – 21 is a compilation by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop to celebrate their 21st anniversary in It was compiled as an overview of their work both old and new, showcasing the changes in the Workshop as they developed from backroom sound effects suppliers for BBC Radio to full-fledged in-house music composers for the.


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BBC Radiophonic Workshop: An Engineering Perspective. Ray White. Publisher Description. A look at the technology behind the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, which created special sound and music for radio and television between and GENRE.

Arts & Entertainment. RELEASED. February 14 LANGUAGE. The BBC Radiophonic Workshop's long association with the Doctor Who series began with the Signature Tune for the very first programme. Ron Grainer provided the composition notes and the Workshop did the rest.4/5(1). The Cost Of Everything. Ultimately, it was costs that killed off the Radiophonic Workshop.

The controversial appointment of John Birt as the BBC's Director–General in was the writing on the Workshop wall — for Birt brought 'producer choice' to the BBC. This book is a thorough and systematic analysis of the origins, development and BBC Radiophonic Workshop book of the BBC's Radiophonic Workshop.

This book is academic in tone and form. Although this means we get a full account of the history, context and musicological aspects of the Workshop, it does also mean that at times, it's a little on the tedious side for a.

BBC Radiophonic Music is the first compilation of music released by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. It featured music by three of the Workshop's most prominent composers, John Baker, David Cain, and Delia Derbyshire.

The album was originally released by BBC Radio Enterprises in to coincide with the Workshop's 10th anniversary, and later re-released in on the BBC Records label. With extensive access to the Daphne Oram and Delia Derbyshire archives, and interviews with associates and members of the original BBC Radiophonic Workshop, this book contains all you need to know about the innovative and experimental geniuses who were responsible for a golden age of electronic music in Britain and some of the most famous sounds to be heard on UK television.

Special Sound traces the fascinating creation and legacy of the BBC's electronic music studio, the Radiophonic Workshop, in the context of other studios in Europe and America.

The BBC built a studio to provide its own avant-garde dramatic productions with experimental sounds "neither music nor sound effect." Quickly, however, a popular kind of electronic music emerged in the form of. Radiophonic Workshop composer Malcolm Clarke () with the EMS Synthi modular synth known as Delaware.

Meanwhile, the Radiophonic Workshop was going through some changes. The three–month rule ensured a steady throughput of staff, but some managed to become permanent. The BBC Radiophonic Workshop was established in the late s to create "special sound" for BBC radio (and later TV) productions.

Initially working with tape and primitive electronics, the workshop created some of the earliest electronic sound effects and music, all for various BBC productions (most famously " by: The Radiophonic Workshop. With its electronic fetishists dream cover, The Radiophonic Workshop was released in Barring two tracks, everything on this album was composed specially for the release and gleefully embraced stereo (the Workshop was.

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Doctor Who on Discogs. Daphne Oram, at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, Oram had created music and special sound for productions such as Prometheus Unbound ().

They chased bees, raided junkyards and banged household objects. Now, half a century on, the Radiophonic Workshop are festival material. The seminal output of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop has delighted fans of electronic music and soundtracks over the decades.

BBC Radiophonic Music (known as “The Pink album”), The Radiophonic Workshop, Fourth Dimension and Through A Glass Darkly have been released extensively on vinyl, but only the first two of these have been released. Paddy Kingsland was the first Radiophonic composer to see a solo release of his compositions, although he is not credited on the sleeve.

BBC Radiophonic Workshop THE RADIOPHONIC WORKSHOP ( reissue). Five Days at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop [COMPLETE]. The BBC Radiophonic Workshop officially opened for business on 1 April from Room 13 at the BBC's Maida Vale Studios. It was set up to provide theme tunes, incidental music and effects for BBC.

Doctor Who - The Krotons is a 4 episode Doctor Who serial first broadcast in weekly parts from 28 December to 18 January Brian Hodgson was a member of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop and worked closely with Delia Derbyshire, the seminal figure of English electronic music/5(16).

In the early s, synthesizers did not exist. Instead the Radiophonic Workshop begged and borrowed as many test oscillators as possible from other BBC departments. The versatile "wobbulator" was a sine-wave oscillator that could be frequency modulated. Created inand based in BBC's Maida Vale Studios, Radiophonic Workshop are true pioneers of electronic music.

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