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“UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: I always say the theramin is the voice that I never had, my Callus (ph) machine.”
“Nabakov will spit when he reads she dumped a theramin.”
“When the visor of Gort began to open (accompanied by shrill and unearthly theramin music) revealing what might have been an eye or an atomic death ray beneath it, it scared the bejeezus outta me back when I was 45.”
“He did all the arrangements for our somewhat peculiar mix of instruments: trumpet, clarinet, bass clarinet, trombone, and theramin.”
“Here's Jerry Oltion playing the theramin, a very skiffy instrument.”
“Polygraph Lounge is an underground music/comedy duo from New York City, founded by multi-instrumentalists Rob Schwimmer (piano, theramin stylophone, claviola) and Mark Stewart (daxophone, trombadoo, chaladoo), a gifted guitarist who plays with the great Paul Simon.”
“The opening credits seem dated now, because the theramin sounds cheesy to modern ears, and a series of paintings coming gradually closer does not exactly build the unease it once did.”
“By the end of the evening, his audience is dazzled with music coming from drums, piano, two screens — on one, an orchestra featuring the eerie sounds of a theramin –and against them all, Brion singing and playing live.”
“If I can find you a theramin and a farfisa organ, could you be more melodramatic?”
“Humble to an almost saintly degree he created the theramin "biography" that is known to us today and remained the instrument's unsung creator, content to allow the false story to flourish, so as not to estrange his "familiar music" public.”
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