Celebrating The Theremin: Boston Modern Orchestra Project Honors An Eerie Instrument
The name Theremin might conjure the eerie sounds of horror films or sci-fi movies like 1951’s “The Day the Earth Stood Still.”
But Leon Theremin’s invention has been inspiring classical musicians and composers since it first wowed the world in 1920.
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