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Touch! Don't Touch!

Touch! Don't Touch!

Music for Theremin


Lydia Kavina: theremin / Barbara Buchholz: theremin / Kammerensemble Neue Musik Berlin


  • Édition: CD
  • Année: 2006
  • N° Réf.: WER 66792
18,50 €  *
TVA incl. Weight: 0.11 kg

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Description
The theremin is the only instrument that can produce sounds without being touched. The hands of the performer dance in the air.
Invented in the 1920s, the theremin did not really achieve a breakthrough in the following decades. On “Touch! Don’t Touch!” Lydia Kavina and Barbara Buchholz pick up the thread of theremin history with new compositions. Eight German and Russian composers were commissioned to write pieces for two theremins and instrumental ensemble. They followed the maxim that there should be no limits to the sound; everything should be possible.
The result is this marvellous CD.

On INTUITION, another CD of Barbara Buchholz has been released: "Barbara Buchholz - Theremin: Russia with Love".
Détails
Contenu du texte: Olga Bochihina: Canto Ostinato for two theremins, piano, and percussion
Caspar Johannes Walter: Vakuum-Halluzinationen for two theremins, violin, and violoncello
Nicolaus Richter de Vroe: Thereminskie ostrova (Theremin-Inseln) for two theremins, piano, and percussion
Michael Hirsch: Rezitativ und Arie for two theremins, violin, violoncello, piano, and percussion
Juliane Klein: se vuoi for theremin, violin, violoncello, piano, and percussion
Vladimir Nikolaev: Cherno-belaja muzyka (Schwarz-weiße Musik) for two theremins, violin, violoncello, piano, and percussion
Moritz Eggert: The Son of the Daughter of Dracula versus the Incredible Frankenstein Monster (from Outer Space) for two theremins, violin, violoncello, piano, and percussion
Iraida Yusupova: Kitezh–19 for theremin and tape
Durée de la performance: 59'40"
EAN: 4010228667929
Maison d'édition: Wergo
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The theremin is the only instrument that can produce sounds without being touched. The hands of the performer dance in the air.
Invented in the 1920s, the theremin did not really achieve a breakthrough in the following decades. On “Touch! Don’t Touch!” Lydia Kavina and Barbara Buchholz pick up the thread of theremin history with new compositions. Eight German and Russian composers were commissioned to write pieces for two theremins and instrumental ensemble. They followed the maxim that there should be no limits to the sound; everything should be possible.
The result is this marvellous CD.

On INTUITION, another CD of Barbara Buchholz has been released: "Barbara Buchholz - Theremin: Russia with Love".
Contenu du texte: Olga Bochihina: Canto Ostinato for two theremins, piano, and percussion
Caspar Johannes Walter: Vakuum-Halluzinationen for two theremins, violin, and violoncello
Nicolaus Richter de Vroe: Thereminskie ostrova (Theremin-Inseln) for two theremins, piano, and percussion
Michael Hirsch: Rezitativ und Arie for two theremins, violin, violoncello, piano, and percussion
Juliane Klein: se vuoi for theremin, violin, violoncello, piano, and percussion
Vladimir Nikolaev: Cherno-belaja muzyka (Schwarz-weiße Musik) for two theremins, violin, violoncello, piano, and percussion
Moritz Eggert: The Son of the Daughter of Dracula versus the Incredible Frankenstein Monster (from Outer Space) for two theremins, violin, violoncello, piano, and percussion
Iraida Yusupova: Kitezh–19 for theremin and tape
Durée de la performance: 59'40"
EAN: 4010228667929
Maison d'édition: Wergo