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Saturday, November 2, 2019

November 2019 - Mickey Delp

The November 2019 episode of the Theremin 30 podcast features music from Canada, Spain, USA, and Norway. Rick Reid's interview guest is Mickey Delp, co-designer of the Theremorph synthesizer.








FEATURED MUSIC*

"Space Sister" - Stephen Hamm (Vancouver, BC, Canada)
"Memorias Imposibles" - Javier Diez-Ena (Madrid, Spain)
"Twilight Landscape" - Theremin Noir featuring Rob Schwimmer (Brooklyn, NY, USA)
"Ad Lib" - Bergen Impro Storband (Bergen, Norway)

ADDITIONAL MUSIC

"Opera Glasses" - Phlogiston Theory and Ron Allen (Denver, CO and Seattle, WA, USA)
"Time Shadows" - Phlogiston Theory (Denver, CO, USA)
"No Static at All" - Phlogiston Theory (Denver, CO, USA)

INTERVIEW

Mickey Delp, co-designer of the EF202 Theremorph synthesizer by Delptronics and Electro-Faustus.

CALENDAR OF THEREMIN EVENTS

Visit the Theremin 30 Calendar of Theremin Events for links and details of events mentioned in this episode.

ON YOUTUBE

Theremin 30 Playlist


Submit your music, suggest a calendar event, or volunteer for an interview by writing to: theremin30podcast@gmail.com. Visit Theremin 30 on Facebook.

Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theremin30/message

*The full-length recordings featured in this show were used with the knowledge and permission of the artists and composers. Theremin 30 pays a (very) small fee to the recording artists whenever their music appears in an episode. Please support the artists further by following the provided links and purchasing their CDs or music downloads.

CREDITS

Producer/Writer/Host: Rick Reid
Opening and closing announcer: David Brower

Copyright 2019 Rick Reid

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

October 2019 - Duo Filmharmonia

Duo Filmharmonia - Michael Tsalka and Dennis James
The October 2019 episode of the Theremin 30 podcast features spooky Halloween music from the USA and the Netherlands. Rick Reid's interview guests are Duo Filmharmonia.








FEATURED MUSIC*

"Dance of the Seven Ghosts" - Yeapsystar (Weert, Netherlands)
"Funerary Polka" - Divine Hand Ensemble (Philadelphia, PA, USA)
"Music Box" - Dorit Chrysler (New York, NY, USA)
"Maria Callas has been Brought Back to an Unnatural Life" - Victoria Lundy (Denver, CO, USA)
"Instant Horror 3" - Phlogiston Theory (Denver, CO, USA)

ADDITIONAL MUSIC

"Opera Glasses" - Phlogiston Theory and Ron Allen (Denver, CO and Seattle, WA, USA)
"Time Shadows" - Phlogiston Theory (Denver, CO, USA)
"No Static at All" - Phlogiston Theory (Denver, CO, USA)

INTERVIEW

Duo Filmharmonia: Michael Tsalka and Dennis James

CALENDAR OF THEREMIN EVENTS

Visit the Theremin 30 Calendar of Theremin Events for links and details of events mentioned in this episode.

ON YOUTUBE

Theremin 30 Playlist


Submit your music, suggest a calendar event, or volunteer for an interview by writing to: theremin30podcast@gmail.com. Visit Theremin 30 on Facebook.

Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theremin30/message

*The full-length recordings featured in this show were used with the knowledge and permission of the artists and composers. Theremin 30 pays a (very) small fee to the recording artists whenever their music appears in an episode. Please support the artists further by following the provided links and purchasing their CDs or music downloads.

CREDITS

Producer/Writer/Host: Rick Reid
Opening and closing announcer: David Brower

Copyright 2019 Rick Reid

Monday, September 2, 2019

September 2019 - Marios Joannou Elia

Marios Joannou Elia with Matryomin Ensemble Mable and Da
The September 2019 episode of the Theremin 30 podcast is devoted to theremin music of Japan. Rick Reid's guest is Marios Joannou Elia, composer and spokesperson for the Theremin 100 Japan project.








FEATURED MUSIC*

"Londonderry Air" - Masami Takeuchi (Hamamatsu, Japan)
"Ave Maria" (Saint-Saens) - Yoko Onishi (Zushi, Japan)
"Sa Sasa" - WataFei, featuring Fatern (Osaka, Japan)
"Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 Boogie" - Matryomin Ensemble Mabel and Da (Hamamatsu, Japan)
"Nori" - Tamakiharu Maharumahayason, featuring Keiya Maruyama (Ueda, Japan)


ADDITIONAL MUSIC

"Opera Glasses" - Phlogiston Theory and Ron Allen (Denver, CO and Seattle, WA, USA)
"Time Shadows" - Phlogiston Theory (Denver, CO, USA)
"No Static at All" - Phlogiston Theory (Denver, CO, USA)

INTERVIEW

Marios Joannou Elia, International Goodwill Ambassador, Theremin 100 Japan Project

CALENDAR OF THEREMIN EVENTS

Visit the Theremin 30 Calendar of Theremin Events for links and details of events mentioned in this episode.

ON YOUTUBE

Theremin 30 Playlist


Submit your music, suggest a calendar event, or volunteer for an interview by writing to: theremin30podcast@gmail.com. Visit Theremin 30 on Facebook.

Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theremin30/message

*The full-length recordings featured in this show were used with the knowledge and permission of the artists and composers. Theremin 30 pays a (very) small fee to the recording artists whenever their music appears in an episode. Please support the artists further by following the provided links and purchasing their CDs or music downloads.

CREDITS

Producer/Writer/Host: Rick Reid
Opening and closing announcer: David Brower

Copyright 2019 Rick Reid

Thursday, August 1, 2019

August 2019 - Michelle Moog-Koussa

Michelle Moog-Koussa
The August episode of the Theremin 30 podcast features music from USA, Germany, and England. Rick Reid concludes his interview with Michelle Moog-Koussa, executive director of the Bob Moog Foundation. Part one of Michelle's interview is in the July episode







FEATURED MUSIC*


"Song for Illusory Impressions Project 2017" - 
Aileen Adler (Austin, TX, USA)
"Improvisation 2" - Duet for Theremin and Lap Steel (Atlanta, GA, USA)
"Elektromat" - Schramm (Zinnowitz, Germany)
"Fantaisie for Ondes Martenot and Piano" - Charlie Draper (London, England)
"Mortante Elefanto" - Beat Frequency (Croxley Green, England)

ADDITIONAL MUSIC

"Opera Glasses" - Phlogiston Theory and Ron Allen (Denver, CO and Seattle, WA, USA)
"No Static at All" - Phlogiston Theory (Denver, CO, USA)
"Time Shadows" - Phlogiston Theory (Denver, CO, USA)

INTERVIEW

Michelle Moog-Koussa, Executive Director, Bob Moog Foundation and Moogseum (Asheville, NC, USA)

CALENDAR OF THEREMIN EVENTS

Visit the Theremin 30 Calendar of Theremin Events for links and details of events mentioned in this episode.

ON YOUTUBE


Theremin 30 Playlist


Submit your music, suggest a calendar event, or volunteer for an interview by writing to: theremin30podcast@gmail.com. Visit Theremin 30 on Facebook.

Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theremin30/message

*The full-length recordings featured in this show were used with the knowledge and permission of the artists and composers. Theremin 30 pays a (very) small fee to the recording artists whenever their music appears in an episode. Please support the artists further by following the provided links and purchasing their CDs or music downloads.

CREDITS

Producer/Writer/Host: Rick Reid
Opening and closing announcer: David Brower

Copyright 2019 Rick Reid

Tuesday, July 2, 2019

July 2019 - Michelle Moog-Koussa

Michelle Moog-Koussa of the Bob Moog Foundation and Rick Reid, host of the Theremin 30 Podcast
The July episode of the Theremin 30 podcast features music from England, USA, and Canada. Rick Reid's interview guest is Michelle Moog-Koussa, executive director of the Bob Moog Foundation. Michelle's interview will conclude in the August episode








FEATURED MUSIC*
"Pimlico" -
Matteo Ciminari (London, England)
"Schneeleichen" - Dorit Chrysler (New York, NY, USA)
"What Are Stars?" - Dr G (Halifax, NS, Canada)
"Canaveral" - James Bohn (New Bedford, MA, USA)
"Rosetta and Philae" - Phlogiston Theory (Denver, CO, USA)

ADDITIONAL MUSIC
"Opera Glasses" - Phlogiston Theory and Ron Allen (Denver, CO and Seattle, WA, USA) "No Static at All" - Phlogiston Theory (Denver, CO, USA) "Time Shadows" - Phlogiston Theory (Denver, CO, USA)

INTERVIEW
Michelle Moog-Koussa, Executive Director, Bob Moog Foundation and Moogseum (Asheville, NC, USA)

CALENDAR OF THEREMIN EVENTS
Visit the Theremin 30 Calendar of Theremin Events  for links and details of events mentioned in this episode.

ON YOUTUBE
"What Are Stars?" -- Dr G (official music video)

Submit your music, suggest a calendar event, or volunteer for an interview by writing to: theremin30podcast@gmail.com. Visit Theremin 30 on Facebook.


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*The full-length recordings featured in this show were used with the knowledge and permission of the artists and composers. Theremin 30 pays a (very) small fee to the recording artists whenever their music appears in an episode. Please support the artists further by following the provided links and purchasing their CDs or music downloads.


CREDITS

Producer/Writer/Host: Rick Reid Opening and closing announcer: David Brower


Copyright 2019 Rick Reid

Saturday, June 1, 2019

June 2019 - guest Eric Ross

The June 2019 episode of the Theremin 30 podcast features music from USA, Canada, and the Netherlands. Rick Reid's interview guest is avant garde composer and performer Eric Ross.








FEATURED MUSIC*
"Esperanto Samba" - The Inactivists (Denver, CO, USA)
"Dear Sister" - Leaf Rapids (Winnipeg, MB, Canada) 
"Distant Shores" - Thorwald Jørgensen (Dordrecht, Netherlands) 
"East EQ Zone" - Eric Ross (Binghamton, NY, USA)

ADDITIONAL MUSIC 
"Opera Glasses" - Phlogiston Theory & Ron Allen (Denver, CO & Seattle, WA, USA) 
"No Static at All" - Phlogiston Theory (Denver, CO, USA) 
"Time Shadows" - Phlogiston Theory (Denver, CO, USA)

INTERVIEW
Eric Ross (Binghamton, NY, USA)

CALENDAR OF THEREMIN EVENTS
Visit the Theremin 30 Calendar of Theremin Events for links and details of events mentioned in this episode.

ON YOUTUBE
"Dear Sister" -- Leaf Rapids (official music video)


Submit your music, suggest a calendar event, or volunteer for an interview by writing to: theremin30podcast@gmail.com. Visit Theremin 30 on Facebook.

*The full-length recordings featured in this show were used with the knowledge and permission of the artists and composers. Theremin 30 pays a (very) small fee to the recording artists whenever their music appears in an episode. Please support the artists further by following the provided links and purchasing their CDs or music downloads.

CREDITS
Producer/Writer/Host: Rick Reid
Opening and closing announcer: David Brower


Copyright 2019 Rick Reid

Wednesday, May 1, 2019

May 2019 - guest Jason Barile

The May 2019 episode of the Theremin 30 podcast features music from Mexico, USA, and England. Rick Reid's interview guest is Jason Barile, founder of ThereminWorld.com, possibly the world's first website about theremins.







FEATURED MUSIC*
"Tesla" –
Ernesto Mendoza (Mexico City, Mexico)
"Miss American Vampire" –
Victoria Lundy  (Wheatridge, CO, USA)
“Serpenteriae” –
Duet for Theremin and Lap Steel (Atlanta, GA, USA)
"Not" – 
Modersohn-Becker (aka Greta Pistaceci) (London, England)
"My Summertime Dreams" – 
Shueh-Li Ong  (Nashville, TN, USA)

ADDITIONAL MUSIC
"Opera Glasses" - 
Phlogiston Theory & Ron Allen (Denver, CO & Seattle, WA, USA)
"No Static at All" - 
Phlogiston Theory (Denver, CO, USA)
"Time Shadows" - 
Phlogiston Theory (Denver, CO, USA)

INTERVIEW
Jason Barile of 
ThereminWorld.com (Sammamish, WA, USA)

CALENDAR OF THEREMIN EVENTS
Visit the 
Theremin 30 Calendar of Theremin Events for links and details of events mentioned in this episode.

Submit your music, suggest a calendar event, or volunteer for an interview by writing to: theremin30podcast@gmail.com.

Visit Theremin 30 on Facebook.


Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theremin30/message


*The full-length recordings featured in this show were used with the knowledge and permission of the artists. Theremin 30 pays a (very) small fee to the recording artists whenever their music appears in an episode. Please support the artists further by following the provided links and purchasing their CDs or music downloads.

CREDITS
Producer / Writer / Host: 
Rick Reid
Opening and closing announcer: 
David Brower

Copyright 2019 Rick Reid

Monday, April 1, 2019

April 2019 - guest Dan Burns

The inaugural episode of the Theremin 30 podcast features theremin music from the USA, Germany, Peru, England, and France. Rick Reid's interview guest is Dan Burns, the founder of Burns Theremins, a theremin manufacturer based in Conyers, Georgia, USA. 








FEATURED MUSIC*
"Pantone" - James Bohn (New Bedford, MA, USA)
"Playing Theremin is My Madness" - Everling (Annaberg-Buchholz, Germany)
"Anómala" - Veronik (Lima, Peru)
"Sue-a-Rat" - Nachtsmeer (Manchester, England)
"Angel Wings" - Beat Frequency (Croxley Green, England)
"Therexotica" - Voolva (Paris, France)

ADDITIONAL MUSIC
"Opera Glasses" - Phlogiston Theory & Ron Allen (Denver, CO & Seattle, WA, USA)
"No Static at All" - Phlogiston Theory (Denver, CO, USA)
"Time Shadows" - Phlogiston Theory (Denver, CO, USA)

INTERVIEW
Dan Burns of Burns Theremins (Conyers, GA, USA)

MUSIC EXCERPTS (Fair Use)
"Edison's Medicine (Man Out of Time)" - Tesla
"Whole Lotta Love" - Lez Zeppelin

CALENDAR OF THEREMIN EVENTS
Visit the Theremin 30 Calendar of Theremin Events for links and details of events mentioned in this episode.

ON TOUR NOW (but not listed on the Calendar of Events)
Tesla

VIDEO STREAMING NOW
Theremin: An Electronic Odyssey (Amazon Prime)

Submit your music, suggest a calendar event, or volunteer for an interview by writing to: theremin30podcast@gmail.com.

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*The full-length recordings featured in this show were used with the knowledge and permission of the artists. Theremin 30 pays a (very) small fee to the recording artists whenever their music appears in an episode. Please support the artists further by following the provided links and purchasing their CDs or music downloads.

THIS EPISODE IS DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF DAVID VESEL, HOST AND PRODUCER OF THE "SPELLBOUND" STREAMING RADIO SHOW FOR THEREMIN MUSIC FANS AND MUSICIANS. DAVID IS GREATLY MISSED IN THE THEREMIN COMMUNITY.

CREDITS
Producer / Writer / Host: Rick Reid
Opening and closing announcer: David Brower

Copyright 2019 Rick Reid