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Calling The Tune

Series

Series Name
Look At Life

Issue

Issue No.
283
Date Released
1964
Length of issue (in feet)
900
Stories in this Issue:
  1. 1Calling The Tune

Story

Story No. within this Issue
1 / 1
Summary
BFI synopsis: Despite Britain’s boom in music the average income for all composers is less than £6 a week. Will the orthodox composer disappear and electronic music become the music of the future?
Researcher Comments
Look At Life Series 22 comprises Issues 274-286.
Keywords
Music and dance
Written sources
British Film Institute Databases   Used for synopsis
The British National Film Catalogue   Vol.2, 1964, p.88
British Movietonews Listing
Credits:
Production Co.
The Rank Organisation Special Features Division
Commentator
Tim Turner

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Film Archive

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Reuters Archive Licensing: Screen Ocean
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British Film Institute (BFI)
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