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Eric Ross Live in N.Y. (Op. 28)

Eric Ross, Youseff Yancy
Eric Ross Live in N.Y. (Op. 28)
Eric Ross, Youseff YancyEric Ross Live in N.Y. (Op. 28)
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Eric Ross / Youseff Yancy Live in NYC

Opus 28: Variations. For ensemble. (created: 3/83-11/83, Binghamton, NY, New York City). Duration c.30 min. Videotape and stills-Mary Ross-commissioned by USA National Endowment for the Arts in Dance, Film, Video. Premiere, Whitney Center NY, 11/8/83, (1) Intrada 2) Live at Lincoln 3) Synthetic Horn 4) Suspension/Mandala 5) Lerida 6) Trills 7) De La Aare 8) Percussion 9) Steel Drums 10) Postlude and Codetta. Eric Ross- Theremin, electronics, guitar, piano, percussion. Youseff Yancy-trumpet, flugelhorn, Theremin. Atsuko Yuma, Mary Ross-voices.

Eric Ross Live in N.Y. (Op. 30)

Eric Ross, Youseff Yancy
Eric Ross Live in N.Y. (Op. 30)
Eric Ross, Youseff YancyEric Ross Live in N.Y. (Op. 30)
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Eric Ross / Youseff Yancy Live in NYC

Opus 30: No. 2, Electronic Suite. For ensemble. (created: 1/84, Binghamton, NY, New York City). Duration c. 30 min. Premiere, Roulette Performance Space, NYC, 1/31/84 (1) Prelude 2) Colonne 3) Vif. 4) La Reve 5) Nydia 6) The Labyrinth of Sound. Video and stills-Mary Ross, Eric Ross-Theremin, electronics, guitar, piano, Youseff Yancy-Theremin, trumpet. Atsuko Yuma, Mary Ross-voices.

Bach Fugue No, 2 in C minor

Harry F. Olson
Bach Fugue No, 2 in C minor
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Johann Sebastian’s Bach “Fugue No, 2 in C minor” from “The Well Tempered Clavier” performed by the RCA Mark I synthesizer. Taken from the 1955 “The Sounds And Music Of The RCA Electronic Music Synthesizer” L.P. (RCA Victor Red Seal – LM-1922).

The Ballad of Rudolph Fentz

Shane Hoose
The Ballad of Rudolph Fentz
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“The Ballad of Rudolph Fentz” is the fourth track from Shane Hoose’s album “Time and Words”. The album was released on January 15, 2021 and is available on all streaming services.

“The Ballad of Rudolph Fentz” was inspired by the character Rudolph Fentz from a 1951 short story called ”I’m Scared” by author Jack Finney. The song is essentially a tale about time travel. It tells the story of a 19th century man who travels through time and ends up in the middle of Times Square, 70 years into the future. In addition to the theremin, the song features an eclectic blend of instruments: traditional rock instrumentation plus banjo, balalaika, synthesizers, electric harpsichord, and analog tape loops. “The Ballad of Rudolph Fentz” was co-written by Shane Hoose and Krista Hoose.

Shane Hoose: vocals, electric guitar, banjo, balalaika, bass, drums, percussion, electric piano, synthesizers, theremin, programming, tape loops
Recorded, mixed, and produced by Shane Hoose
Mastered by Dan Porter
Artwork by Vanya Markova

Don’t Ask Why

Shane Hoose
Don’t Ask Why
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“Don’t Ask Why” is the second track from Shane Hoose’s album “Time and Words”. The album was released on January 15, 2021 and is available on all streaming services. The song features a theremin solo that was played on a Moog Theremini. “Don’t Ask Why” was co-written by Shane Hoose and Krista Hoose.

Shane Hoose: vocals, bass, drums, percussion, piano, synthesizers, vocoder, theremin, programming
Krista Hoose: acoustic guitar, lead guitar

Recorded, mixed, and produced by Shane Hoose
Mastered by Dan Porter
Artwork by Vanya Markova

Love. Your Spell Is Everywhere

Zenaide Hanenfeldt
Love. Your Spell Is Everywhere
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Side B of 22296 Victor record: “Love. Your Spell Is Everywhere”, performed by the Victor Salon Orchestra featuring Zenaide Hanenfeldt at the Victor Theremin.

I’m a Dreamer. Aren’t We All?

Zenaide Hanenfeldt
I’m a Dreamer. Aren’t We All?
Zenaide HanenfeldtI’m a Dreamer. Aren’t We All?
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Side A of 22296 Victor record: “I’m a Dreamer. Aren’t We All?”, performed by the Victor Salon Orchestra featuring Zenaide Hanenfeldt at the Victor Theremin.

Fantasia for Theremin, Oboe, Piano, and String Quartet

Lydia Kavina
Fantasia for Theremin, Oboe, Piano, and String Quartet
Lydia KavinaFantasia for Theremin, Oboe, Piano, and String Quartet
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“Fantasia for theremin, oboe, piano, and string quartet” by Bohuslav Martinů taken from the unpublished VHS cassette by Lydia Kavina “Concerto per Theremin. Live in Italy” (2000).

Theremin – Lydia Kavina
Violin – Roberto Mazzola*
Violin – Angela Ferrando*
Viola – Alessandro Ghè*
Cello – Giulio Glavina*
Oboe – Stefania Tedesco
Piano – Mauro Cavalieri D’Oro
* Columbus Orchestra (Italy)

Lydia Kavina’s Theremin made by Anthony J. Henk (U.K.)

Recorded live in Colletta di Castelbianco (SV), Italy, in 1998.

Grand Máster Theremin (ou a Celebração de Santo Léon pelo vale do Silício)