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A Little Country And A Little Aether For Peace

The Call for World Peace Joins Theremin and Country Great Willie Nelson.

Eri at NAMM

Among musical instruments certainly the theremin is one well suited for sounding the Voice of Peace.

In an encouraging global theremin connection, on his Peace Research Institute, Willie Nelson has documented Eri's theremin performance of his song "A Peaceful Solution".

This is one of hopefully many intersections of the World Thereminization and World Peace movements.

Willie Nelson's work for peace is something to be thankful for and inspired by.










Aether Underground

nyc subway

In the New York Times City Room blog Corey Kilgannon wrote about the NYC subway music underground artists, and don't you know it, Kip Rosser is down there playing theremin under our feet.

I know he was just in Trenton, but I'm delighted that a theremin player has figured ou




Home Again, Home Again, EtherFest Glow

Check out the forums, a couple members have posted links to their photos.
Every thing I've heard from folks has sounded simply wonderful. The pictures seem to hardly do justice to the depth of their experiences.
Thanks everyone for the posts, keep 'em coming!

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Early reports post closing on EtherFest are all sounding great!

Congratulations to all ThereminWorld members who went, who met, who heard, and who played.

Viva World Thereminization!



Home Again, Home Again, EtherFest Glow

Check out the forums, a couple members have posted links to their photos.
Every thing I've heard from folks has sounded simply wonderful. The pictures seem to hardly do justice to the depth of their experiences.
Thanks everyone for the posts!

================================================

Early reports post closing on EtherFest are all sounding great!

Congratulations to all ThereminWorld members who went, who met, who heard, and who played.

Viva World Thereminization!



ThereminWorld Forums - Five Years of Aether Talk

First TW Forum Post

Perhaps May should be declared ThereminWorld Month.
The Theremin World Forums will be five years old on May 16th.

The site started out as Theremin Home Page in 1995, and was later redesigned and re-launched with its present design in 2000. Site Owner Jason Barile added new code and technology enhancements throughout 2000 to 2003 when forum discussions were finally added. The site has continued to run on the 2003 code base to this day.

The first forum post was by Jason at 12:11 AM 5/16/2003, and revealed his long tradition of late night TW work.







ThereminWorld Forums - Five Years of Aether Talk

First TW Forum Post

Perhaps May should be declared ThereminWorld Month.
The Theremin World Forums will be five years old on May 16th.

The site started out as Theremin Home Page in 1995, and was later redesigned and re-launched with its present design in 2000. Site Owner Jason Barile added new code and technology enhancements throughout 2000 to 2003 when forum discussions were finally added. The site has continued to run on the 2003 code base to this day.

The first forum post was by Jason at 12:11 AM 5/16/2003, and revealed his long tradition of late night TW work.







ThereminWorld Forums - Five Years of Aether Talk

First TW Forum Post

Perhaps May should be declared ThereminWorld Month.
The Theremin World Forums will be five years old on May 16th.

The site started out as Theremin Home Page in 1995, and was later redesigned and re-launched with its present design in 2000. Site Owner Jason Barile added new code and technology enhancements throughout 2000 to 2003 when forum discussions were finally added. The site has continued to run on the 2003 code base to this day.

The first forum post was by Jason at 12:11 AM 5/16/2003, and revealed his long tradition of late night TW work.







PC World Meets Theremin at Trenton Computer Festival

Kip and Howard at Trenton
photo MattMik

World Thermeinization got another boost this weekend with an injection of some good aether tunes into a gathering of serious computer buffs in New Jersey.

In his post at PC World, MattMik detailed to the incl





PC World Meets Theremin at Trenton Computer Festival

Kip and Howard at Trenton
photo MattMik

World Thermeinization got another boost this weekend with an injection of some good aether tunes into a gathering of serious computer buffs in New Jersey.

In his post at PC World, MattMik detailed to the incl





Home Again, Home Again, EtherFest Glow



Early reports post closing on EtherFest are all sounding great!

Congratulations to all ThereminWorld members who went, who met, who heard, and who played.

Viva World Thereminization!







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