The tape's catalogue entry is dated to September 1968 and on the back of Delia's manuscript are three fragments titled "Pseudo folk", "Harm" and "Aztec", the last of which is from 1969.
The only matching entry for 1968-9 in the BBC Genome Project is an episode in the series Meeting Point:
BBC ONE Sunday 7 January 1968 18.15 MEETING POINT Anything Goes If God is dead, everything is allowed. DOSTOEVSKI A discussion on our permissive society Introduced by Desmond Wilcox with Dr. Edmund Leach The 1967 Reith Lecturer Caroline Coon Lord Soper Baroness Wootton Film directed by MARTIN Smith Producer, OLIVER HUNKIN
Delia's papers contain her handwritten score for it and here it is, typeset and as MIDI.
The speed is indicated as a dotted minim being .96 seconds, or 14.4 inches at 15 i.p.s. This means that a crotchet lasts .96/3 seconds, giving a tempo of 60*(3/.96) = 187.5 b.p.m.
It is available here is four formats:
- the LilyPond source file
- A PDF of the typeset output (right)
- a MIDI file that you can listen to
- An audio file of the MIDI file played on a cheesy electric piano
Anything Goes (score)
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- The episode of Meeting Point cited above was broadcast on 7th Jan 1968 at 18:15 on BBC One London.
- The BBC Sound Archive tape TRW 6928 is not to be found.