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In 1964 and 1965, Delia created the musical backings for four half-hour radio plays by [[Barry Bermange]], collectively known as ''Four Inventions for Radio''.
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In 1964 and 1965, Delia created the musical backings for four half-hour radio plays by [[Barry Bermange]], produced under the working title ''Mid-Century Attitudes'' and collectively known as ''Four Inventions for Radio''.
  
Each has a page of its own:
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[[DD153931|Barry's overall plan]] for the pieces is illuminating.
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Each invention has a page of its own:
 
* 1. [[The Dreams]] (1964)
 
* 1. [[The Dreams]] (1964)
 
* 2. [[Amor Dei]] (1964)
 
* 2. [[Amor Dei]] (1964)
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* 4. [[The Evenings of Certain Lives]] (1965)
 
* 4. [[The Evenings of Certain Lives]] (1965)
  
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[[Category:Series]]

Latest revision as of 13:58, 5 July 2021

In 1964 and 1965, Delia created the musical backings for four half-hour radio plays by Barry Bermange, produced under the working title Mid-Century Attitudes and collectively known as Four Inventions for Radio.

Barry's overall plan for the pieces is illuminating.

Each invention has a page of its own: