Daphne Oram’s An Individual Note of Music, Sound and Electronics was first published in 1972. Oram was a composer and co-founder of the BBC’s Radiophonic Workshop. She composed electronic music in the 50s and 60s and and is considered a pioneer in the field. In 1957 she developed Oramics, a technique for converting images into sound. This re-design of the out-of-print original book contains new, unpublished photographs from Oram’s archive and an introductory essay by Sarah Angliss.
Hardback, 176pp, 220 × 165 mm
Co-published by The Daphne Oram Trust and Anomie Academic
Archive images: © The Daphne Oram Trust
Courtesy of Goldsmiths Special Collections & Archives, London