A good singer which you definitely ARE, Amey is able to switch vibrato on, off, faster, slower, etc The theremin has the dubious distinction of being one of a very few musical instruments that cannot be played without vibrato that old theremin nemesis, the musical saw, may be another. Unlike most other instrumentalists, the thereminist MUST execute vibrato in order to play the instrument with an illusion of accuracy. Vibrato gives us a certain leeway in finding pitch and allows us to mask the countless pitch corrections we are constantly making when we play. Try playing without vibrato and you will quickly realize it is impossible to remain consistently in tune without it.
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I thought it might be a good idea to make this excellent method available for download. A new Italian translation has been prepared by Giorgio Necordi and is available below as well. Once you have downloaded the files, you can easily print your own copy of this book. Keep in mind that this book was given as a gift from the late Clara Rockmore to the theremin world. Much effort was put into the revised version represented here. Distribution of these files for any monetary gain is expressly prohibited.
Feel free to copy, use and distribute these files, but any commercial use of these files is strictly forbidden. Do not download these files if you are not in agreement with the above statement. One, the first PDF file, is the complete method. The file will take several minutes to download. I find it takes from five to eight minutes.
Once you have downloaded it, you will have the entire book, along with book marks, and thumb nails. I will also put each individual page so that download may be made easier for folks having trouble with the complete file. If you are using Acrobat Reader 4.
Clara Rockmore's method
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You will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader to download, read, and print. So far, over copies in hard copy have been shipped worldwide. I thought it might be a good idea to make this excellent method available for download. A new Italian translation has been prepared by Giorgio Necordi and is available below as well. Once you have downloaded the files, you can easily print your own copy of this book. Keep in mind that this book was given as a gift from the late Clara Rockmore to the theremin world.
At the age of four, she became the youngest ever student at the Saint Petersburg Conservatory , where she studied under the prominent violinist Leopold Auer. As a teenager, tendinitis affected her bow arm, attributed to childhood malnutrition, and resulted in her giving up the violin. She performed widely and helped Theremin to refine his instrument. You cannot register any of your internal emotion at all.
Clara Rockmore – Theremin, 1977