Reviews by Tamer
Interesting, quaint
A rare and surprisingly expensive book, I was pleasantly surprised to find this book at the library. It was interesting to learn some of the methods of William Primrose, but perhaps more interesting was learning his mannerisms and behaviors. A couple good violin jokes in there as well.
The theremin is truly an astounding instrument. It is very difficult to play actual, tonal music on, but you can make it easier on yourself by increasing the pitch correction and decreasing the pitch range while you learn. If you are serious about learning to play the theremin, this is a great way to start. It does not come with a stand, however, but a table that is free of clutter will work just fine. I am really glad that my library has this resource for all of us.