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THEREMIN ECLECTICISM – Part 2
PIONEERS OF ELECTRONIC MUSIC – CLARA ROCKMORE
Having a focus on the Theremin on all platforms this week so I am reposting some old and new posts this weekend starting with this –
Rockmore was without peer as a performer in the early decades of the instrument’s use. While many listeners have heard the theremin played poorly or used mostly as a spooky special-effects device, Rockmore used it to perform classical works. Under her control, the theremin sounded like a blend of the cello, violin and human voice.
THE NADIA REISENBERG AND CLARA ROCKMORE FOUNDATION
FEMINATRONIC SOUNDCLOUD PLAYLIST #4
On this playlist are;
FEMINATRONIC YOUTUBE PLAYLIST#8
On this YouTube playlist are:
You want eclecticism? That’s Feminatronic…
FEMINATRONIC YOUTUBE CHANNEL
Feminatronic has a YouTube Channel on similar lines to the 8Tracks.
I thought that I would highlight some of these again – in case you missed them.
So here is #1 and #2.
SHORT DIGEST #3
I thought that it might be best to put together short Digests of about 5 or 6 items that may be of interest on this blog. This will be easier for you to read and keep up with and for me to put together. So here goes…
THE WIRE – INVISIBLE WOMEN – ABI BLISS
DANGEROUS MINDS – INTRODUCTION TO NOISE ARTIST ELIZABETH VELDON
SPOTLIGHT ON THE THERAMIN
CLARA ROCKMORE INTERVIEW WITH ROBERT MOOG
- Listening Response – “Habanera” Clara Rockmore (kevinnovinsky.wordpress.com)
- Short Digest #1 (feminatronic.wordpress.com)
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