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Singing with your hands
« on: November 03, 2007, 02:29:52 PM »
Every heard of a theremin?

As close to magic as I've seen!

 8-)

I especially like these fellows:


Here's the google page, They're the perfect instrument, I think. I'd heard of them before, but never actually seen one played, but today I heard someone at a local street fair playing something, and I couldn't think of anything else it could be. Sure enough that's what it was, and I liked it so much I wanted to share it with y'all fellow music lovers. I wonder if loving music is one of those things from Leveticus that says we're unclean, or worse. I hope not, I'd hate to be taken outside the city and be stoned to death for loving music. Sure, if I were picking up sticks on the Sabbath, I could see a good stoning, I'd deserve it for such a wicked activity. But I can't help but love music, it's just so...lovable!

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