Daphne Oram (31 December 1925 – 5 January 2003) was a British composer and electronic musician. She was one of the first British composers to produce electronic sound, and was a pioneer of musique concrète in the UK. As a co-founder of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, she became a central figure in the evolution of electronic music. She was the creator of the Oramics technique for creating electronic sounds using drawn sound.
The Oram Tapes, Vol. One. 2012. Electronic Sound Patterns (Remastered). Amphitryon 38 - Single.
Oramics - Студийный альбом от Daphne Oram. В альбом вошло 44 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 02:35:44. Studio Experiment No. 3. 01:11. Rockets in Ursa Major (excerpt 1). 04:57. Lego Builds It. 01:01. Adwick High School No. 4. 02:21. Rockets in Ursa Major (excerpt 3). 03:30. 2. 00:32.
No one has said anything yet. Contributions By. Ezrt.
Listen to music from Daphne Oram like Four Aspects, Introduction & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Daphne Oram. Daphne Oram (December 31, 1925 - January 5, 2003), was a pioneering British composer and electronic musician. She was the creator of the "Oramics" technique, a technique used to create electronic sounds. Educated at Sherborne School For Girls, Oram was, from an early age, taught piano and organ as well as musical composition.
|3||Bird Of Parallax||12:58|
|4||In A Jazz Style||0:37|
|7||Lego Builds It||0:56|
|8||Pompie Ballet (Excerpt)||3:35|
|10||Adwick High School No.1||0:46|
|11||Look At Oramics||0:38|
|14||High Speed Flight||0:49|
|15||Studio Experiment No.1||1:48|
|18||Dr. Faustus Suite||9:36|
|19||Adwick High School No.2||2:17|
|21||Studio Experiment No.2||0:41|
|23||Rockets In Ursa Major (Excerpt 1)||4:54|
|25||Studio Experiment No.3||1:07|
|28||Studio Experiment No.4||0:39|
|29||Adwick High School No.3||1:35|
|30||Fanfare Of Graphs||0:57|
|31||Studio Experiment No.5||1:14|
|33||Mary Had A Little Lamb||2:37|
|34||Incidental Music For Invasion (Excerpts)||5:04|
|36||Rockets In Ursa Major (Excerpt 2)||1:22|
|40||Adwick High School No.4||2:17|
|42||Rockets In Ursa Major (Excerpt 3)||3:28|
- Manufactured By – EDC Blackburn Ltd
- Copyright (c) – Paradigm Discs
- Recorded At – Tower Folly
- Engineer [Transfer] – Syngen Brown
- Producer – Clive Graham
- Technician [Ongoing Technical Support] – Simon Lucas
NotesSelection of works from the archives of Daphne Oram who is known best for the design of her Oramics system, and also for co-founding the BBC Radiophonic Workshop in 1958.
All tracks are from the post BBC era 1958-1977, recorded in her home studio Tower Folly, Kent.
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Made in the UK
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