Pamelia Kurstin:
Pamelia Kurstin spielt Theremin - die unberührbare Musik

TED2002 · 19:11 · Filmed Feb 2002
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Virtuosin Pamelia Kurstin spielt und bespricht das Theremin, ein nicht-nur-für-science-fiction elektronisches Instrument, das berührungslos gespielt wird. Gespielte Stücke sind "Autumn Leaves" (Herbstblätter), "Lush Life" (Sattes Leben) und David Mashs "Listen, Words Are Gone" (Höre, die Worte sind verschwunden)

Theremin player
Pamelia Kurstin excavates a dusty artifact from the prehistoric strata of electronic music — and demonstrates how to squeeze soul from an instrument you can't even touch. Full bio
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