Re: Standing Wave reviewed -- question


Subject: Re: Standing Wave reviewed -- question
From: GRicard (g.ricard@videotron.ca)
Date: Sat Oct 16 2004 - 16:22:17 EDT


Le 04-10-15, à 05:42, Kevin Austin a écrit :

>> Date: Fri, 15 Oct 2004 10:32:35 +0100 (BST)
>> From: walter fabeck <wf@walterfabeck.com>
>> Subject: Re: Standing Wave reviewed
>>
>> Sounds like an intriguing piece of theatre - but I thought that the
>> original Dr Who theme was composed by Ron Grainer. Is this a critic's
>> misunderstanding? Can anyone clarify the role of Delia Derbyshire in
>> the creation of this 'mesmerisingly strange' music?
>>
>> Walter Fabeck
>>
>>
>>>> Standing Wave
>>>> Tron, Glasgow
>>>> Mark Fisher
>>>> Tuesday October 12 2004
>>>
>>>> The Guardian - 4 Stars
>> >>
>> >> By the end, you can believe the most influential event of
>> November 1963 was not the release of I Want to Hold Your Hand, nor
>> the killing of JFK, but the first airing of Derbyshire's Dr Who
>> signature tune. It remains mesmerisingly strange.
>> >>
>>>> &#183; Until October 23. Box office: 0141-552 4267.
>>>>
>>>> Copyright Guardian Newspapers Limited
>>>
>> > Visit www.deliaderbyshire.co.uk for more info
>> >
>>
>>
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