The theremin is played by carefully moving your hands near 2 antennas, one for volume and one for pitch. But how does it work?
There’s only one theremin lounge band, and that’s Project: Pimento! Their debut CD holds a potent cocktail of hypnotic sounds from the theremin mixed with swanky lounge tunes from the 40s, 50s, and 60s played in a space age pop style with hints of jazz. swing, and bossa nova…all for your listening pleasure. There are […]
Peter Pringle plays the theremin very well, and many members on the Levnet mailinglist must have been waiting impatiently for Peter to finaly produce a cd. There are three theremins featured on this recording: the 1929 RCA that once belonged to Dr. Samuel Hoffman, the RCA that was once the property of Julius Goldberg, and […]
Music by Harry Revel, Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Leslie Baxter (’47 ’48) and Billy May (’50). This box contains re-issues from the following record sets: Music out of the moon, 1947 (Capitol CC-47); Perfume set to music, 1948 (RCA Victor P-231); and Music for peace of mind, 1950 (Capitol CC-221). Dr. Hoffman started his […]
Joshua Pierce, piano Elizabeth Parcells, soprano Portland String Quartet Composers: Bohuslav Martinu, Percy Grainger, Joseph Schillinger, Lydia Kavina, Jorge Antunes, Vladimir Komarov, Friedrich Wilckens, Isodor Achron Lydia Kavina (1967) is the leading thereminist in the world today, according to the booklet. Beeing the granddoughter of Leon Theremin’s first cousin, she was the inventors last protégée. […]
This band is weird. Well their music is. Weird but fun. They have published several cd’s now, of which I have one called Meet the Lothars. On this cd you hear 3 theremins and one electric guitar. Their last cd, Oscillate My Metalic Sonatas, features four theremins and a guitar. Their music sounds improvised, and […]