Nice! A proper pioneer in her time and well prolific in her field. Brian Hodgeson, Mark Ayres and Delia's partner, Clive Blackburn, collectively recovered over 250 tapes of recorded material from Delia and over a thousand documents relating to them (and others) from her attic. There's a site called WikiDelia, which is packed to the brim with information about what was available in the mid-2010s. Covering everything from dance music for children in A Game of Chess to the war documentary It Was a Solid Killing Match to a soundtrack for Isaac Asimov's The Naked Sun. There are even recovered soundscapes and incidental scores that can only be heard on that wiki or in the John Rylands Library's Special Collections.
Well worth a read for anyone interested in her work and aspects of her life.
"Courage isn't a matter of not being frightened you know; It's being afraid and doing what you have to do anyway."
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