The Story of the Theremin (BBC)
Bill Bailey tells the story of the electronic instrument known as the Theremin. It's a slightly fantastic tale, involving a cast of characters that includes Lenin, Stalin, the FBI, the KGB, Alfred Hitchcock and The Beach Boys. Contributors include Leon Theremin's biographer Albert Glinsky, Alison Goldfrapp and film expert Mark Kermode. Part of Radio 4 on Music, re-releasing the best of Radio 4's music back catalogue
*** Spellbound - a Theremin Podcast ***
A weekly theremin radio show you can listen to live over the Internet!
Every possible kind of theremin music from around the world is included.
There is even a live chat available during the live broadcast.
The Funeral March by Kevin Sinnott
Kevin wrote this song and performed all parts on a Kees Enkelaar theremin. If you've been wondering what this model sounds like, this is a great example of its versatility.
Destroy All Humans soundtrack
Composer Gary Schyman's personal website, featuring full length MP3 downloads of the score to the video game, "Destroy All Humans". DHA is set in the campy 1950's scifi genre and a theremin is used throughout the score.
Thereminist Kip Rosser plays jazz, classical and popular music. Selections change regularly, so visit often.
Audio: 1938 interview with Lucie Rosen (mp3)
This recording, found by J. Hummel, is a restored taping of an interview with Lucy Bigelow Rosen, held in 1938
for the Dutch Philips East Indies Broadcasting station (PHOHI). You don't hear her play, but she explains to the listeners about the theremin and mentions the Ondes Martenot and the
The Inactivists have shared some songs from their upcoming album here.
Into the Ether radio show
Thereminist Hypnotique put together this 90 minute radio show with submissions from the likes of Carolina Eyck, Lydia Kavina, Eric Ross, and several members of the LEVNET mailing list. A mu