Into the "Music Library"
Sometimes called 'Source music', 'Mood Music' or as it's best known, 'Library music': a hugely important part of British sonic history. Its use and purpose is simple: it's well produced, economic music for film, TV, advertising and radio. Never commercially available to the general public, this music was pressed onto vinyl from the 1950s onwards in short, limited quantities and then sent directly to TV production houses and radio stations for use when necessary......
Presented by collector and archivist Jonny Trunk.
Producer: Simon Hollis
A Brook Lapping production for BBC Radio 4.