Delia Derbyshire pinchando en los estudios de la BBC en 1964

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Thanks to ISO50 for posting this amazing recording of Delia Derbyshire's utterly haunting 1964 sound collage, "Dreams," in which Derbyshire set "a collection of spliced/reassembled interviews" of people relating details about their recurring dreams (or nightmares) against her own "dissonant, often terrifying musique concrete soundbeds..." Listen alone/in the dark for the full effect.

mp3:
delia derbyshire :: dreams pt. 4: sea (1964 UK radio)

While browsing other Delia Derbyshire recordings here, I came across this equally disquieting, extremely lo-fi 1971 recording called "Tutankhamun's Egypt," which allegedly includes "trumpet calls from a 1939 recording of the silver trumpet found in Tutankhamun's burial chamber" (the contents of which we saw today in Dallas, coincidentally). Pretty fascinating, if in fact that's accurate: