Travelling in Winter
Delia's created music for a Radio 4 radio play Travelling in Winter produced by John Tydeman first broadcast on 5 July 1971 and described as “Monday Play. Set in a feudal village in England in the Middle Ages. By Jean Morris. Music selected and composed by David Kane. The radiophonic score was by Delia Derbyshire.”
- Intro to titles voice over
- The Cold
- "Then things change up there"
- "I hear something"
- "I'm so cold"
- The Hungry Gap
- "There is time in plenty for long thought" chilling effect
- Chilling background with final swell
- "A woman with long fair hair and a pale face" bg with final swell
- "The wit the Devil gives us. How could we survive without it?" bg and swell
- "The air's stinging cold", swell and wind
- "I think I am called" subacqua plings
- "The Goddess' own face"
- "How beautiful it is"
- Church bells (compare O Fat White Woman - Consequences)
- "I had not understood what a son's death is"
- "It's an early Spring", Dreaming with birdsong
- Music for closing credits, including "Dreaming"
- Broadcast on the 5th July 1971.
- In the BBC Sound Archive on tape TRW 7417: "Travelling in Winter".
- In Sutton Elms' collection of historic radio recordings.
- See Dreaming.