Death – Obituaries : Richard Yeoman-Clark Has Died.
Friends and families are paying tributes on social media to Beloved Richard Yeoman-Clark who recently passed away.
We learned of the death of above mentioned individual from the following tributes posted on social media.
More sad news reaches us of the passing of another colleague, Richard Yeoman-Clark, who apparently left us on September 16th after a short illness.
Richard spent seven years at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, starting in 1971. He (like Dick Mills) was more technician than composer but took to the EMS Synthi 100 like a duck to water, creating many memorable works such as Waltz Antipathy and Mysterioso – the latter created for the first season of Blake’s Seven, perhaps his greatest “claim to fame”, for which he created all the initial signature sounds before Elizabeth Parker took over part way through season two.
After leaving the Workshop, Richard spent four years as Chief Technical Engineer at the Roundhouse Recording Studios before heading to FWO Bauch as Sevice Manager. He later spent time lecturing, working on audio archiving at the BFI, and in his later years was Technical Director for the Church Stretton Arts Festival.
Cause of Death Unknown:
At the moent we dont have information on the cause of Richard Yeoman-Clark death.