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

TED2002 · 19:11 · Filmed Feb 2002
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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."

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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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