In the spirit of the day, I invite you to play a virtual theremin.
Rob Wright's internet experiment: CLARA, is a playable internet instrument based upon the theremin. Use the mouse to test the instrument - control the on-screen hands, (left hand controls volume, right hand controls pitch). The hand movement can be recorded and replayed. The instrument has a 3 octave range.
This is one of many fun and interesting links found in the Playground at my website.
If you want to see a real theremin played by a real theremin virtuoso, Pamelia Kurstin, check out this YouTube video:
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