The theremin (also known as termenvox) is an electronic musical instrument that can be controlled without physical contact by the performer. It was invented and patented in 1928 by Russian inventor Leon Theremin.
'Ode to Joy' Performed on Matryoshka-Shaped Theremin
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Some 300 Japanese musicians performed famous Beethoven’s piece "Ode to Joy", using an instrument called a "matryomin," a theremin-type device integrated in a traditional Russian Matryoshka doll.