The theremin is an instrument played without contact. The player uses discrete and precise hand and finger movements to evoke pitch and articulation.
I have been asked to explain how my unit is different from the regular one and why, amongst other questions about the work I do.
So I decided to create a VBlog series to cover them, starting with my main instrument, the Etherwave theremin.
“Izeibil” was written, arranged, produced, performed, recorded 2017 © Shueh-li Ong ASCAP.
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I’d like to thank Ray and Noreen Loboda for their beautiful home as the backdrop to this 1st in a series of video-blogs.