Here is the RCA theremin as you have never heard it. Sound that is bounced between the earth and the moon.
I dusted off the old Stokowski RCA theremin to record Miklos Rozsa’s jungle lullaby theme. The theremin was played into a hand-held recorder so the fidelity is not the best, but I thought it worthwhile to play something a little different.
I dusted off my hand-held cassette recorded and placed it in front of a small Crate amp to record the Wavfront Classic theremin. This was at the request of some folks that have never heard this theremin played.
I hope Gene Segal will forgive me for this rendition of “A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody.”
This poor totally improvised snippet was recorded using the Kees Enkelaar theremin. The recorder was a cheap hand held unit with bad fidelity. But it will give some idea of the range and sound of this new instrument. Uncle Howie
Here is an audio snippet of the “You Asked For It” TV show of the 50’s. Sam plays excerpts from The Lost Weekend and Spellbound motion pictures and the standard, “You Were Meant For Me”. Uncle Howie
The only known recording of the Polyphonic Aetherphon with an introduction, in Russian, by Lev Termen. Uncle Howie
Here is another rarity featuring Sam on a Rock and Roll album.
Sam is a guest performer on this rock and roll song. Uncle Howie
Hear Sam play two great standards, with a vocal and multitracking on S’Wonderful. The theremin is recorded with outstanding clarity. Uncle Howie
Sam plays this sad Hebrew song relating to absolution of all vows taken but remaining unfulfilled. Forgive the poor fidelity of this old 78 RPM recording Uncle Howie