The 1967 New York Times article that revealed to the world that Léon Theremin was still alive and working at the Moskow conservatory.
“Bud” Averill was a very obscure Thereminist and the proprietor of a restaurant (late 30’s, early 40’s?). I am not sure exactly where! I think it was in California. “Bud” used to entertain his customers at “Paradise Cafe” with the Theremin. Oh yeah, Kansas City Steaks and Georgia Fried Chicken were their specialty! I believe […]
An autobiographical note by Leon Theremin.
A flyer dating from the Thirties promoting russian thereminist Mischa Tulin.
A flyer (the exact date of publication is unknown but it dates from the Thirties) promoting thereminist Charles Stein.
An article from Down Beat magazine originally published on 02.09.1951.
An interview that Clara Rockmore gave to Robert Moog on November 1, 1977 on the occasion of the publication of the record ‘The Art of the Theremin’.
An article appeared in the Literary Digest on October 29, 1927 as a follow-up to “The Latest Marvel in Music“. THE OUTLANDISH SQUEALS of the cheap radio set have now been tamed and made musical. So at least we are assured by Waldemar Kaempffert, who tells in a special dispatch from Berlin to the New […]
Reprint of the article appeared in the Literary Digest, on October 1, 1927, describing the lecture-recital that Léon Theremin presented at the international exposition in Frankfurt “Music in the Life of the People” on August 4, 1927.
A letter written by Edgard Varèse to Léon Theremin in 1941.