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Pamelia Kurstin:
Pamelia Kurstin joue du thérémine — la musique intouchable

TED2002 · 19:11 · Filmed Feb 2002
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Pamelia Kurstin: Pamelia Kurstin joue du thérémine — la musique intouchable
19:11 · Filmed February 2002 at TED2002 · Subtitles available in 23 languages

La virtuose Pamelia Kurstin joue et parle à propos de son thérémine, l'instrument électronique pas seulement pour la science-fiction qui se joue sans être touché. Les chansons incluent "Les feuilles d'automne," "La vie luxuriante" et celle de David Mash "Écoute, les mots ont disparu."

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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