Sunday Synth Jam: This video captures a live performance, on voice & theremin, by Clara Venice (backed by Venice on video). Filmed live at CHANNEL on January 15th, 2016. Live visuals by: Owen Denham.
Tweet A project for KKout let London. Using normal am radios to a Theremin Original development by Tomoya Yamamoto (Yamamoto Super Theremin) Additional Development by Yuri Suzuki A short clip by Yuri Suzuki Music : Swan by Saint-Saëns
Synthpop thereminist Clara Venice rings in the new year right, with this performance of Auld Lang Syne on the Moog Theremini. She adds, “Let’s make 2016 the year of the weirdo!”
Published on Dec 31, 2015 Peter Pringle
“This song is from the hit 1953 musical, KISMET, with music adapted from the works of the Russian composer, Alexander Borodin. The story unfolds in old Baghdad, so I put myself in an appropriate fantasy decor! I am playing the 1929 RCA theremin once owned by the late Dr. Samuel Hoffman.”
Sunday Synth Jam: This pair of videos captures composer Edmund Eagen performing with an Ethervox theremin, controlled by the Haken Continuum keyboard. The audio from the theremin is processed through the Continuum sound engine.
This video captures a performance, by thereminist Peter Pringle, of Christmastide. Here’s what Pringle has to say about the song and performance: This Christmas song in the traditional style was written for soprano Jessye Norman by composer Donald Fraser, and … Continue reading
Published on Dec 23, 2015 Peter Pringle
“This Christmas song in the traditional style was written for soprano Jessye Norman by composer Donald Fraser, and lyricist Jane McCulloch. It is called CHRISTMASTIDE but is also knows as ‘Jessye’s Carol’.
In this video I am playing the song on the 1929 RCA theremin once owned by the late ‘Hollywood thereminist’, Dr. Samuel Hoffman.”
Published on Dec 23, 2015 Fuzzo Frizzbeebot
“Moog Theremin 4ms SMR No U may not have an altoid pizza face noid”
“#TheForce is strong with these two.”
Perfect match with the white Theremini.
Published on Dec 9, 2015 karenevil
“Typical performance for this month :)”