The WikiDelia's web hosting died without warning in January 2014.
There are copies of some of its pages dating from 2013 on archive.org, of which what you see here is an example.
I now have it up and running again on a tiny computer on the shelf, but it is not fast enough to be able to put it on the internet. I tried, and the search engines swamped it within seconds. However, I can send selected pages in PDF if you need them.
Please make a donation or offer Linux-based web hosting for me to be able to make it public again.
The WikiDelia was a detailed study of the life and work of the pioneer of electronic music Delia Derbyshire, extending Delia Derbyshire's Audiological Chronology by having a page for each piece, album, person with whom she worked, event she participated in and so on, as well as one for each of the 250+ tapes and 1000+ papers found in her attic after she died.
News: Six more pieces of Delia's music have come to light:
- Petya's Dream
- The Bagman
- Macbeth (1970)
- Chronicle: The Realms of Gold (the "Aztec/Maya" suite)
- Chronicle: Pompeii
Donations for new hostingSuitable web hosting costs 8 euros per month, and there is the work to put it
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