My friend and frequent collaborator Victoria Lundy was just interviewed by Darwin Grosse for his Art+Music+Technology podcast. Lots of good info on Victoria's path as a musician and Thereminist and lots of insights into the Theremin. Listen to Podcast and read show notes here http://artmusictech.libsyn.com/podcast-124-victoria-lundy or with the embedded player below. Your browser does not support the audio element. Check … Continue reading Denver’s Victoria Lundy Interview on Art + Music + Technology Podcast
My good friend, frequent collaborator, and excellent Thereminist Victoria Lundy has released her debut solo album - Miss American Vampire - Songs on Theremin by Victoria Lundy. Just in time for Halloween, the album is available on Bandcamp https://victorialundy.bandcamp.com. Also, when you buy on Bandcamp, you get a PDF with four panels of album art. Disturbing experimental … Continue reading New Album – Miss American Vampire – Songs on Theremin by Victoria Lundy
Are you ready to hear a copper heart played with dry ice fed through to an Octatrack with Theremin accompaniment? Well here you go. Video of live concert footage: Concréte Mixer IV Denver - Co2 Copper Heart vs Octatrack vs Theremin with Thomas Lundy and Victoria Lundy. Recorded live at the Concréte Mixer IV concert … Continue reading Are You Ready to Hear a Copper Heart Played with Dry Ice Fed Through to an Octatrack with Theremin Accompaniment?
Thereminist May Roosevelt posted just posted this lovely video saying it was from “my sunday practice”. May has released some fantastic musc such as the album "Haunted". Visit her site to learn more and to listen to and buy albums - http://www.mayroosevelt.com
Via Klimchack via OpenCulture via Mental_Foss – a wonderful video of “Ode to Joy” played on 167 Theremins Inside Matryoshka Dolls in Japan. Uploaded on Apr 29, 2011 http://www.mandarinelectron.com/ https://www.facebook.com/mandarinelec... Recorded at auditorium of Jiyugakuen Myonichikan in Tokyo on 22 Jan. 2011. "Symphony No.9, Boogie" by Matryomin ensemble "Da" (167 players). 「100人のマトリョミン合奏」における167名からなるマトリョミンアンサンブル演奏。2011年1月22日 自由学園明日館・講堂において収録。 Related articles … Continue reading “Ode to Joy” on 167 Theremins Inside Matryoshka Dolls in Japan
https://vimeo.com/95416149 //player.vimeo.com/video/95416149 Sensation of swimming in the sound from Mélodie Monet on Vimeo. Sensation of swimming in the sound, a documentary about Lydia Kavina, one of the leading performing musicians on the theremin. Oxford, 2013 a film by Mélodie Monet art director, cinematographer and film editor - Mélodie Monet sound recording - Thibaut Plantecoste … Continue reading “Sensation of Swimming in the Sound” A 9 Minute Documentary About Thereminist Lydia Kavina
I will be streaming live October 31st at 6PM Mountain/Midnight GMT to bring you a special Halloween Edition of SciFi Electronica Live with all original music. Segments on the show will include music and sound from: Recordings of sound design cues I composed/produced for haunted houses Recordings from the album NO GHOSTS. JUST FEAR.which released … Continue reading Tune in to Live Streaming Halloween Electronica Show Oct 31st at 6pm Mountain / Midnight GMT
Rick Reid is an composer and performer of original and experimental electronic music and sound effects from Denver Colorado and a member of the Boulder Synthesizer Meetup. Rick is also a thereminist. He’s just released a new album called Cheese and Other Delights which is now available for streaming and mp3 download from most major … Continue reading Music Monday: Rick Reid “Moon Cheese and Other Delights” Featuring Theremin
What Was That Instrument The Beach Boys Played on During “Good Vibrations” at the 2012 Grammy’s? It’s called an Electro-Theremin – also known as a Tannerin. Wikipedia has a nice summary: … developed by trombonist Paul Tanner and amateur inventor Bob Whitsell in the late 1950s to produce a sound to mimic that of the … Continue reading What Was That Instrument The Beach Boys Played During “Good Vibrations” at the 2012 Grammy Awards?
I was first introduced to Armen Ra’s music through the radio show and podcast Spellbound, a brief program of music for theremin where I heard the song “Dle Yaman”. The song is both beautiful and haunting. I immediately bought his album Plays the Theremin which is simply fantastic. Most of the songs have sparse accompaniment … Continue reading Music Monday: Armen Ra "Plays The Theremin"
Tim Thompson is a software engineer, musician, and installation artist. He was recently mentioned in Roger Linn’s post “Research Project: LinnStrument -- A New Musical Instrument Concept” where Roger credits Tim with writing a program that “translates the TouchCo's proprietary USB messages into TUIO messages sent over OSC.” I met Tim at my recent concert … Continue reading An Exclusive First Look at Tim Thompson’s Kinect-Based Instrument: MultiMultiTouchTouch