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I love music. Many sorts of music. From all around the world. And I always like it when if find music that is a bit off the mainstream tracks, and holds fascination of a special, unique kind.
Same goes for music instruments.
So, brought to you from the man who keeps (mildly, I hope) freaking out people by ...
- asking them if they know what a Chapman Stick is
- being fascinated by the Haken Continuum Fingerboard
- and of the Korg Wavedrum
- showing them the unique look, feel and concept of Teuffel Guitars
- (only just recently) toppling minds by introducing them to the Harpejii ...
... brought to you from this kinda weird guy (aka me) now comes yet another instrument that is way out of the ordinary.
A mere toy, useful to create picturesque (or plain annoying!) sounds when experimented on by a layman, it becomes a miracle of expression when a master of their arts raises their hands to create music without touching the very instrument even once.
Confused? That's okay :-)!
Check out the above video, to get to know the concept and how to play an instrument that allows you to create music in an absolutely unique way, and that needs a massive loads of musicality, concentration, body control, breath control, and practice practice practice ...
play and explain her instrument:
Interested in maybe playing this instrument yourself?
Then have a look at the
Moog Etherwave Standard Theremin