Category: Classical

  1. Yozshukree Reply
    The theremin is a unique electrical instrument played without touch with an eerie sound that has been used by famed bands throughout history. Famous theremin songs include Led Zeppelins "Whole Lotta Love" and "BU2B" by Rush.
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    Jul 28,  · AlejAndro Anastasio of One Hand Speaks shares his story and experiences living life with one hand. Humorous, inspiring and enlightening, his stories connect with people of all ages. One Hand Speaks AlejAndro Anastasio - Storytelling.
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    The theremin is an electronic musical instrument controlled without physical contact by the thereminist. It is named after its inventor, Léon Theremin, who patented the device in The instrument's controlling section usually consists of two metal antennas that sense the relative position of the thereminist's hands and control oscillators for frequency with one hand, and amplitude with the other. The electric signals .
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    Theremin In Film. Theremins have been used for various purposes in films throughout the past century. This page catalogs all the films we know of where a theremin either appeared on screen or in the soundtrack. Sort By: Title Date. The Day The Earth Stood Still. Added by: Jason 3/28/
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    By the s, the theremin—that weird electronic instrument that musicians play by waving their hands in the air around it—had become the signature sound for science-fiction film and television.
  6. Vijinn Reply
    The granddaughter of the Lev Termen, the theremin's inventor once told me, you have to play the theremin with your soul - to me the sound at its best translates your slightest physical motions into a haunting & delicate soundscape, like weaving winds, tickled butterflies or howls to the moon, and yes, a theremin can sound exquisitely lyrical, but—at its worst, it can also sound like stepping on a cats tail.
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    IR Theremin Speaks In Four Voices December 23, by Kristina Panos 4 Comments At the end of every semester, we get a bunch of cool and well-documented student projects from Cornell’s ECE
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    Dec 24,  · This IR theremin speaks in four voices Leave a reply It’s the end of the semester for Scott McKenzie (sjm) and Alex Rablau (ar) – both of whom successfully participated in Cornell’s ECE class with the creation of an infrared theremin capable of speaking in four voices.