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radiophone

[′rād·ē·ə‚fōn]
(communications)
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Thus began the golden age of the Radiophonic Workshop.
Based at the Radiophonic Workshop, from 1962 until 1973, Derbyshire's output during these years, as both a BBC employee and freelance musician, would include collaborations with leading figures in Britain's arts scene, from Peter Hall and the Royal Shakespeare Company to Ted Hughes and Yoko Ono.
The first years under the NRK saw the introduction of a handful of new genres or programme formats, which fall into two groups: (1) multi-party formats and (2) the first truly radiophonic genres.
As mentioned in the foregoing paragraph, dealing with the old (individual) selling system, the League used to market the Coppa Italia, the radiophonic rights and the Serie A and B highlights under specific appointment from all members.
Shanghai Times, 13 September 1942; Pushan shanzhuang boy in mukuan tekan (Special issue of the radiophonic fund-raising by the SPBC), 26 July 1947,4.
The undertaking, instigated in 1969, was brought to an abortive end in 1975 and Perec pursued these infra-ordinary preoccupations in other disciplines--photographic, cinematic, and radiophonic.
The first group are people from a more or less traditional composing background, who are usually coming to radiophonic sound concepts for the first time.
Such strategies can already be found in Marinetti's poetics; however, they become of paramount importance in the Futurist theater, and culminate in Marinetti's radiophonic experiments in the thirties.
The Faculty of School of Music and Drama of Anadolu University vocalize these course books in a radiophonic way.
It comes framed by two specially commissioned compositions by Helena Gough, whose musique concrete explorations appear to mimic the cut-up splendour of Coventry-born sonic innovator Delia Derbyshire - member of the BBC's Radiophonic Workshop and chiefly responsible for realising Ron Grainer's theme to the television series Doctor Who.
This paper discusses the methodology to be followed in the process of production of a children's story-telling radiophonic program with the ultimate goal of promoting reading.