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Clavilux is the term coined by the artist Thomas Wilfred to refer to his mechanical invention that allowed the creation and performance of Lumia, which was Wilfred’s term for light art. From Latin, Clavilux means “Light played by key.” Wilfred built his first Clavilux, Model A, from March to May 1919.
The inventor of the first electronic musical instrument was a Russian scientist, Lev Sergeyevitch Termen. Originally he wanted to construct an electronic burglar-alarm (which he named EtherPhone), by using the then newly invented vacuum-tubes. While experimenting with the device he took notice of a strange effect: when his hands got near to some parts of the equipment the pitch of the alarm-sound changed.
Historical notes on the Moog synthesizer written by Dr. Bob Moog himself for Loud Records “Best of Moog” compilation album.
Francesco Balilla Pratella wrote the “Manifesto of Futurist Musicians” in 1911.
Carlo Carrà wrote “The Painting of Sounds, Noises and Smells” futursit manifesto in 1913.