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✨✧ Peter AndroschMagnetophonia – Die Wundersame Welt Des Leon Theremin – A Composition By Peter Androsch For Theremin & Orchestra ... CD
Heindl Sensuell (Germany), 2003. Used ... $4.99
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Peter AndroschSammlung 6 – Music For Theremin – Gunther Gessert/Arnold Renhardt ... CD
Extraplatte (Germany), 2003. Used ... $6.99
(Out of print. CD sleeve has a few small stains on the back.)

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Carolina Eyck & Christopher TarnowImprovisations For Theremin & Piano ... CD
Butterscotch, 2014. Used Gatefold ... $6.99
Really beautiful sounds – and a record that's far more haunting than you might expect! The record's not just piano notes alongside sci fi sound effects – and instead has this really subtle use of theremin, so that the instrument almost comes across more like a cello, or acoustic bass – with these wonderfully rich tones that are used in a very organic way next to the piano. There's an extremely thoughtful approach to the whole record, never a sense of gimmick – and overall, the record really brings the theremin strongly into legitimate instrumental territory. Titles include "Deep In The Earth", "Quiet Snowfall", "Earth & Sky", "10,000 Bells", "Somber Waking Up", and "A Whale In Love". CD

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Stan KentonCity Of Glass – Stan Kenton Plays Bob Graettinger ... CD
Capitol, Early 50s. Used ... $12.99
A seminal work in the development of the American jazz avant garde, and one of the most "out" records that Kenton (or Capitol) ever released! The whole album is based around two startling compositions by Robert Graettinger – "This Modern World" and "City Of Glass" – and both are chilling longform works in a distinctly modern idiom. The pieces have been cited often in the development of American avant garde jazz, and they represent a postwar crossroads of ideas that incorporates atonal composition and bop-oriented approaches to instrumentation. Titles include "Thermopylae", "A Trumpet", "Modern Opus", and "City Of Glass". (Jazz, Out Sound) CD
(Out of print.)

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