Music: More Theremin

The stage of Manhattan's Carnegie Hall might have been set for Funnyman Joe Cook one evening last week, or it might have been a physicist's laboratory. It was crowded with odd-shaped pieces of apparatus. Wires ran over the floor. Leon Theremin, the Russian who makes music out of radio static, was back again, to demonstrate new elaborations of his stunt.

Four years have passed since Inventor Theremin astonished people by passing his hands in front of wireless antennae and producing musical sounds. He said then that his invention offered many possibilities and...

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