Disc:VG+ (looks very clean, only feel slight surface noise sometimes)
Jacket:VG+ (slight scuffs, totally good condition)
Theremin, the world's oldest electronic musical instrument, invented by Russian physicist Dr. Lev Sergeyevich Termen in 1919. It is said that a considerable amount of skill is required for stable performance at the same time as producing sound while adjusting the pitch and volume according to the position of the hand in the space without touching it, and never producing the same sound again. This is the only collection of works by theremin player Clara Rockmore, originally released on Moog's own label in 1977 as a project of Robert Moog's wife Shirleigh. A total of 12 tunes woven by the theremin tone that the soul wore as if singing and the piano accompaniment of her sister Nadia Reisenberg. Mississippi Records has reissued the album, and it is a definite gem. This is a must have for those who are not familiar with this kind of sound. This is a remastered version released in Japan in 1981, which is also rare.