The Coloured Wall

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"Coloured Wall" on DD100824

In 1968 with Kaleidophon,[1] Delia made music for M. Leonard's exhibit The Coloured Wall at the Association of Electrical Engineers Exhibition[2], opening on the 26th March 1968.[3]

Delia's last sheet of notes outlines her plan for the composition of the soundtrack:[4]

Contents

Copyright

"The electronic sound-track used for the exhibit 'The Coloured Wall' by Mr. M. Leonard remains entirely the property of Kaleidophon".[3]

Papers

  • DD100824: Folded sheet collecting the papers relevant to The Coloured Wall
  • DD100926: List of Kaleidophon's "current and recent commissions"
  • DD100945: Signed agreement between Kaleidophon and Mr M. Leonard for The Coloured Wall
  • DD101005: Unsigned carbon copy of DD100945
  • DD101032: Delia's handwritten notes for the event, "Press preview 26th, 2 p.m."
  • DD101110: Delia's handwritten notes, giving the sequence of moods and styles
  • DD101131: Delia's handwritten notes suggesting pieces to use
  • DD101200: Reverse of DD101131: Flyer for a David Bedford Ensemble concert on 20th March 1968

Availability

  • Unknown

References

  1. DD100908: Typewritten draft "KALEIDOPHON...at the coloured wall".
  2. DD100926: Typewritten draft "KALEIDOPHON: Current and recent commissions of members of the group"
  3. 3.0 3.1 DD100945: Agreement between Kaleidophon and the Association of Electrical Engineers for The Coloured Wall event in Earls Court, London, dated 26th March 1968.
  4. DD101229: Delia's handwritten notes, final planning of pieces to use, with timings
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