Literature Links (1-10/10):
A Theremin Bibliography
- Theremin bibliography compiled by Jason Barile.
Ether Music and the Man who Lived 20th Century Russia
- Reviews of Masami Takeuchi's japanese book about the life of Leon Theremin and of Albert Glinsky's Theremin biography.
Gravikords, Whirlies and Pyrophones
- Gravikords, Whirlies and Pyrophones is a CD and book celebrating 37 outrageously inventive designers and builders of new and unusual musical instruments.
Other references to the Theremin
- Bibliography links at Bob Sexton site.
The Theremin Bible
- The Bible is a compendium of Theremin related articles, essays, and photographs.
Theremin International Resource Directory
- Documents, Publications, Written Materials, Films and Other Resources on the Theremin; Archives, Museums, Libraries Containing Theremin Materials; Musical Works and Film Scores Written for the Theremin. Compiled by Matthias Sauer.
Theremin. Ether Music and Espionage
- University of Illinois Press page about Albert Glinsky's book "Theremin. Ether Music and Espionage".
Theremin: Ether Music and Espionage
- Albert Glinsky's page about his book. Includes information about on TERMEN-OLOGY, Albert Glinsky's unique lecture and workshop, available to colleges, universities, museums, elder-hostels, and organizations.
Theremin: Ether Music and Espionage by Albert Glinsky | PopMatters Book Review
- Theremin: Ether Music and Espionage by Albert Glinsky, review by Paul T. Riddell -- To most Americans, the name of Leon Theremin brings to mind the musical instrument bearing his name. To his native Russia, though, Lev Sergeyevich Termen was literally a character who spanned the history of the Soviet Union, from the original Bolshevik Revolution to the collapse of the USSR.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS PRESS
- Review of Albert Glinsky's "Theremin: Ether Music and Espionage" by Gino Robair.