Theremin Enthusiasts Club International


Membership List


  1. Barry Eso, Has built and plays a 1974 SWTP/TECI Hybrid 143 Theremin, 1232 Alexandra Place, Prince Rupert B.C. Ca., V8J 3Y6, (250)627-7809 - beso@citytel.net
  2. Dan Gillard, Has built and plays a 1974 SWTP/TECI Hybrid and a PaIa Theremax
  3. John Turner, Is the proud owner of a new "Blonde Theremax" with which he plans to conjur music from the ether, SD 52, Elementary Band Director, Prince Rupert B.C. Ca., (250)624-4634 - joturner@citytel.net
  4. Heather "Scintillate" Eso - Patron of the arts.
  5. Robert Wheeler, Has built a 1967 Popular Electronics Theremin which he plays in his band Pere Ubu, 2213 E Mason Rd., Milan Ohio USA 44846-9713, - rwheeler@accnorwalk.com
  6. Rich Marshall, 1985 Blossem Hill Rd., Easton PA USA 18042, (610)559-7605 - MARSHALLR@opsusa.sms.siemens.com
  7. Eric & Mary Ross, 259 Oak Street, Binghamton NY. USA, 13905 - mross@spectra.net
  8. Mark Sutherland, Technical Director of the Prince Rupert Performing Arts Centre, is a dedicated TECI enthusiast and has performed on the Theremin in his band "The Undecideds" as well as show-casing the Theremin at the Prince Rupert Variety Show, PAC, Prince Rupert B.C., (250)627-8888 - pac@citytel.net
  9. Gino Robair, P.O. Box 3073 San Leanardo CA USA 94578-3073 - Ginorobair@aol.com
  10. Barry Phipps, 1943 Winchester, 2nd floor rear, Chicago IL 60622
  11. Tim Dafforn, Ground floor flat, 8 Limerick Rd., Redland Bristol Avon UK - dafforn@bsa.bristol.uk
  12. Dave Kohn, 3657 18th Ave. S. Mpls. MN USA 55407 - kohn@sctc.com
  13. Carl Virtanen, 200 Waterloo Ave. Apt. 200B Guelph Ontario Ca. N1H 3J5 - virtanen@uoguelph.ca
  14. Kevin Chartran, Terrace, BC Canada, (604)635-3703 - NOFEARSLED@aol.com
  15. Rex Probe, Sound Transform Systems, Oakland CA USA - STS@ix.netcom.com
  16. Steven "spacebar" Eso, (Email Master E) Barry & Heathers son.
  17. Sho Yamaoka, c/o LEM Japan, Room #5 - 109 Uni-Ujigawa Bldng, 38-9 Nishinaka Kohata Ujishi, Kyoto 611, Japan (ph)Japan+774-33-4789 (fax)Japan+774-33-9305
  18. Don Tillman, 305 Cowper St., Palo Alto CA USA 94301, (415)327-6234 - don@till.com
  19. Theirry Rocchebois, Paris France Thierry's Home Page - thierry@marion.ief-paris-sud.fr
  20. Gordon Fossum - fossum@austin.ibm.com
  21. Bri Cors, self confessed Network Multimedia Dork, Bri Cors - corsbria@pilot.msu.edu
  22. Matt Freedman, Waiting for Jeff Bergman to complete his Theremin so they can form the world's greatest Theremin and Djembe band, 5268 19th NE, Seattle, WA, USA, 98105, (206)543-5593 - mattf@cac.washington.edu
  23. Tom Psyck - psyckt@vax.cs.hscsyr.edu
  24. Malcolm Hughes - mal@emf.net
  25. Bob Sexton, 1905 Aggie Lane, Austin Texas USA 78757, Bob's Theremin Site - bobs@ccsi.com
  26. Lee Young - leroy_young@FTL03.racal.com
  27. James Stephen Riggs, 4 Hill, Menai Bridge, Gwynedd, Wales UK, 1159 5dn, 01248 716727, Has taken lessons from Lydia Kavina during the summer of 1995 and attended the Theremin concert and presentation at the London Science Museum. James has built 3 Theremins, his first being a Moog 1961 transistorised and is currently working on a 4th custom unit - bsr006@bangor.ac.uk
  28. Jason Barile, Creator of the, The Theremin Home Page, (615)315-9070 - jbbarile@vuse.vanderbilt.edu
  29. Robert Delbueno - delburo@mallard.duc.auburn.edu
  30. Dan Cherubin, Music Librarian, NY Public Library for the Performing Arts, 40 Lincoln Center Plaza - MYMUS, NY, NY 10023 - dcherubin@nypl.org
  31. David Shucavage, Folkpage Theremin WWW Site - dsu@telerama.lm.com
  32. James Coleman, Owns a Big Briar 91A, Boston - amesj@MIT.EDU
  33. Hidenori Yamane, Theremin owner, Japan - yamane@naruto-u.ac.jp
  34. Colby Leider - colby@ccwf.cc.utexas.edu
  35. Jack Diamond, collects Samuel Hoffman Theremin recordings - dyemund@best.com
  36. Jeff Bergman, 424 Belmont Avenue East, Seattle, Washington, 98102, (206)328-6487,a recent convert to Thereminism and is attempting to build a 1967 model - be117@scn.org
  37. George Giraldi, programmer who has built Theremins, 612 West 115th Street, New York, NY, 10025-7721, (212)854-8503 - geo@columbia.edu
  38. Kim Scarborough, Dreams of starting a Theremin Jug Band & building a Theremin, 531 3rd St., #2, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, 48103, (313)994-1518 - sluggo@m-net.arbornet.org
  39. Ben Shirley, having nightmares tracking down the Miller #9001 coils for the 1967 Therry, 96 Canon Hussey Court, Islington Way, Salford, Greater Manchester, UK, M3 5JA, (0161)832-1474, - ben@cowfreak.demon.co.uk
  40. Philip Samartzis, 62 Clauscen St., North Fitzroy, Victoria, Australia, 3068, (613)481-6208 - phillip@inyos.xx.rmit.edu.au
  41. Peter Mills, 472 Central Ave., Holland, MI USA, 49423, (616)392-3482 - millsp@physics.hope.edu
  42. Briac Pilpre, 36bis rue des Pierrelais, Chatillon, Hauts de Seine, France, 692320, 46 55 48 37, Briac Pilpre - briac@cafe.orbital.fr
  43. Scott Shanks, 2865 Harrison St., San Francisco, CA, USA, 94110, (415)647-5467 - scott@irsociety.com
  44. Robert Ach, Looking for info on building or buying a Theremin, 1888 Golden Gate #24,San Francisco, CA, USA, 94115, (415)922-4115 - RobbyVirus@aol.com
  45. Akihiro Taniguchi, Is interested in the Theremin sound & would like to listen to pieces written for the instrument, P.O. Box 66230, Rogers Hall, Rm 723, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL USA, 32313 - ataniguc@mailer.fsu.edu
  46. Rich Wentworth, Wants to aquire a Theremin to use in his surf-exotica-punk band, 37 Avon St., Malden, MA USA, 02148, (617)322-8319, Rich Wentworth - zark@tiac.net
  47. John Wiencek, 1368 West Grand Avenue, 2 Flr., Chicago, IL USA, 60622, (312)455-1774 - Zontar13@aol.com
  48. John Meehan, 425 South Belmont, Arlington Heights, IL USA, 60005-2039, (708)253-6651 - papercup@pyrotechnics.com
  49. Joe Wall, 417 Prince George Street #1A, Laurel, MD USA, 20707, (301)490-2736 - sverige@wam.umd.edu
  50. Fred King, 2904 NE Flanders, Portland, OR USA, 97232, (503)233-4372 - kingf@nwrel.org
  51. Anthony Del Rosario, 518 Bordeaux Street, New Orleans, LA USA, 70115-1606, (504)895-3494 - adelros@mailhost.tcs.tulane.edu
  52. Patrick Neve, Experimental musician interested in the Theremin, 1060 W 28th, Eugene, Oregon USA, 97405, (503)687-9736 - patrick@rio.com
  53. Nicholas Marshall, 429 St. Bonaventure Ave., Claremont, CA USA, 91711-5257, (909)626-8088 - nmarshall@pomona.edu
  54. Clive Cartlidge, Mentions there are Theremin plans in the September issue of Everyday with Practical Electronics, Staffordshire University, The Octagon, Beaconside, Stafford, England, ST18 0DP, 01782 294000, Clive Cartlidge - c.cartlidge@staffs.ac.uk
  55. Jim Horne, 4516 159th Ave NE, Redmond, WA USA, 98052, (206)936-3940 - jimh@microsoft.com
  56. Greg Shattuck, A Theremin devotee hoping to buy a Moog and become Austin's only professional Thereminist, 1208 Inks Avenue, Austin, Texas USA, 78702-2621, (512)482-0270, Greg Shattuck - shattuck@fc.net
  57. Jonathan Spanier, Has his own Theremin Page, School of Engineering, University of Durham, South Road, Durham England, DH1 3LE, +44 (0)191 374-3828, Home Page - j.r.spanier@durham.ac.uk
  58. Bob Thompson, Has been fascinated with Theremins since he first saw one on Captain Kangaroo and is interested in building one, 1057 Shelton Ave NE, Renton, WA USA, 98056, (206)255-7718 - bobthom@oz.net
  59. ARMAGEDDON Design and Advertising, Currently working on an illustration for a magazine article on the Theremin, 2839 Avenel Street, Los Angeles, CA USA, 90039, (213)662-2729 - cerberus@netcom.com
  60. Brian L. Forbes, 2495 Glendower Ave., Los Angeles, CA USA, 90027, (213)465-3839 - None@he.net
  61. Alan Polsky, Has built a 1961 Moog Melodia Theremin which still works, 4236 Miraleste Drive, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA USA, 90275-6529, (310)519-0456 - Descant1@aol.com
  62. Eduardo Ribeiro Poyart, Plays keyboards in a rock band & intends to build and play a Theremin, 74 Rua Bonsucesso, Rio de Janeiro, RJ Brazil, 21040-320, (+5)21-280-7301 - poyart@rdc.puc-rio.br
  63. Dipllng Ille Gebeshuber, Schlossgasse 2/1/2, Wien, Austria, 1050, 556 49 45 or 58801/4139 - igebes@fbma.tuwien.ac.at
  64. Rorick Sellers, Has built two Theremins, both with coils purchased from Bob Moog in 1962, 25664 Carmel Knolls Drive, Carmel, CA USA 93923, (408)626-1509, Home Page - rory@carmelnet.com
  65. Robert Oberritzer, Moserhofgasse 49 B, Graz, Styria Austria, A-8010, 0316 42 48 14
  66. Carl J. Youngdahl, Is starting his Theremin Building Quest with his brother, 1100 South Williams St., Apt 12, Westmont, IL USA, 60559-2930, (708)968-4517 - zomno@casbah.acns.nwu.edu
  67. Cat Briggs, #112, Box 6, 3435 Ocean Park Blvd., Santa Monica, CA USA, 90405, (310)399-1172 - catb@primenet.com
  68. Ben Emerson, 235 Forest Hills Street, Jamaica Plain, MA USA, 02130, (617)522-9016 - BenSounds@aol.com
  69. Sam Heikel, looking for out of print Jon Spencer Blues Explosion records (see Bulletin Board for details), 1540 Valdora St., #143, Davis, California USA, 95616, (916)756-2564 - saheikel@ucdavis.edu
  70. Mark Cottle, freelance journalist who is intrigued by the Theremin, has seen the movie and wants to build his own, 12 Center Court, 106 Oakleigh Road North, London, Great Britain, N20 9EZ, (UK) 0181-445 3580
  71. Courtney Jackson, Is interested in building or buying a Theremin, 2816 Cherry Creek, Bryan, Texas USA, 77802, (409)776-8497 - courtney@eesun1.tamu.edu
  72. Mike Barker, Is interested in building or buying a Theremin and would like to learn more about how they work, 1610 North Bend Road, Jarrettsville, MD USA, 21084, (410)557-7345 - bark6340@kutztown.edu
  73. I A Paratte, Is interested in the Theremin Bible, Box 298, Acadia University, Wolfville, N.S. Canada, B0P 1X0
  74. Theron Trowbridge, 3685 Jasmine Ave. #19, Los Angeles, CA USA, 90034, (310)836-5196 - theron@aimla.com
  75. Jeffrey Shaw, Own's an original "circa 1963" Moog Troubador, 948 Battery Street, San Pedro, CA USA, 90731, (310)833-5003, - jhshaw@aol.com
  76. Stephen Downs, 1836 Howard Ave., San Diego, CA USA, 92103, (619)295-0564 - stumbo@aol.com
  77. Richard F. Schmitz, 327 West 11th, #4, Juneau, Alaska USA, 99801, (907)463-3089 - uteq65a@prodigy.com
  78. Matt Noonan, RC Box 1176 Westhapton Way, University of Richmond, VA USA, 23173-1176, (804)662-3124 - Noonanmat@urvax.urich.edu
  79. Ray Lee, Is part of Lee & Dawes Theatre Co., using Theremins in a theatre show "In the Ether", 13 Percival Road, Sherwood, Nottingham, Notts England, NG5 2FA, 44 (0)115 9620783 - via3leera@ntu.ac.uk
  80. Combustible Edison, P.O. Box 381245, Cambridge, MA USA, 02238, Subpop - comed@subpop.com
  81. Helge Sten, Owns a Big Briar model 91b, says it plays beautifully, Sarpsborg Gate 12-6, 0468, Oslo Norway, +22 951709 - helge.sten@notam.uio.no
  82. Michael Zwicknagel, 508 Hamilton Ave., Chattanooga, Tennessee USA, 37405, (615)265-6379 - zwicknagel@aol.com
  83. Ron Peterson, Would like to hear from people experimenting with Theremin related devices (reactive dance floor, powerglove etc.), and Body Sensors, 107 Scott Road, Brattleboro, VT USA, 05301 - ronp@sover.net
  84. Mark Sinker, Has written a Theremin article for "The Wire" magazine, (see Bulletin Board for details), and his book "The Electric Storm", A critical history of music and technology, from Edison to Techno, is due out next year, (Quartet Books) - mark@evazev.demon.co.uk
  85. Brian Whittington, P.O. Box 66056, Houston, TX USA, 77266-6056, (713)530-5346 - blw76870@bayou.uh.edu
  86. Jonathan Turner, 32 Queens Road, Leigh-on-Sea, Essex UK, SS9 1BA, (UK)01702 471 513 - j.m.turner@wmin.ac.uk
  87. Karen Collins, Is interested in experimental music & the Theremin Bible, and wants to own and learn how to play the Theremin, 223 Valley Park Drive #3, Chapel Hill, NC USA, 27514, (919)929-2293 - collk@ils.unc.edu
  88. Doug Maloney, 2/45 New Beach Rd., Darling Point, Sydney, NSW Australia, 2027, 02 363 2182 - dmaloney@ipacific.net.au
  89. Mark Freitas, Is looking to build a Theremin for a friends performance piece, 922 N. Oakley #3, Chicago, IL USA, 60622 - mfreitas@he.net
  90. Zak Watson, 1021 Ashland Rd., Apt# 1104, Columbia, MO USA, 65201, (314)449-8590, - c642063@showme.missouri.edu
  91. Nate Kelley, Attempted to build a 1961 Moog but couldn't find parts, plans on ordering a Theremax, 1713 W. 34th Terrace, Kansas City, MO USA, 64111, (816)931-5416 - NKELLEY@CCTR.UMKC.EDU
  92. Lorraine L. Whittlesey, Thanks TECI for a great way to make contact with other Theremin enthusiasts, P.O. Box 5684, Baltimore, Maryland USA, 21210, (410)366-3057 - lorainel@peabody.jhu.edu
  93. Michael Philip Kaufman, Is interested in building a Theremin, 28 East 10th Street, Suite 4H, New York, NY USA, 10003-6210, (212)529-5592 - mpk@panix.com
  94. David Weiner, Has a copy of an RCA Theremin instructions book, 12310 Clover Ave, Los Angeles, CA USA, 90066, (310)915-1008 - westdave@aol
  95. Janet Moe, Is a member of the Pavak Museum in Minneapolis who are restoring an RCA Theremin model AR-1264, 5245 47th Ave. S., Minneapolis, MN USA, 55417-2311, H: (612)722-0142, W: (612)624-1112 - moexx012@gold.tc.umn.edu
  96. Tim Smith, 1833 Park Drive, Los Angeles, CA USA, 90026, (213)662-0724 - tsmith@kpscal.org
  97. Ernie L. Guderjahn, Wants a copy of the bible and Theremin playing instructions, 15428 Bledsoe St., Sylmar, CA USA, 91342, (818)362-2829 - TH8OR16@aol.com
  98. Brent Oliver, Wants to buy or build his own Theremin, 10414 125 St., Edmonton, Alberta Ca., T5N 1T2, (403)453-6224 - boliver@gpu.srv.ualberta.ca
  99. John DeGregorio, Is a musician & astrologer who would like to buy a MIDI Theremin or build one from a kit, 92 Foster St., Brighton, MA USA, 02135, (617)782-3856 - JohnD@world.std.com
  100. Paul Harrison, Owns a Theremin and has written music for it. Paul is studying music at the U of Edinburgh and saw Lydia Kavina's concert in London, c/o Allison House, 12 Nicolson Square, Edinburg, Scotland UK, EH8 9DF - P.C.Harrison@sms.ed.ac.uk
  101. John Mayberry, 387 South Oak Ave., Pasadena, CA USA, 91107, (818)584-1632 - emmaco@aol.com
  102. Steve Grumette, 921 North La Jolla Ave., West Hollywood, CA USA, 90046, (213)656-7368 - stevo@ix.netcom.com
  103. Denny Dah, B.T. Productions, 632 Oriole Drive, Streamwood, IL USA, 60107, (708)830-9561, Fax (708)830-9577, milwiron@ix.netcom.com
  104. Anthony Rue, Has been hacking with electronic music since the first Moogs and now is interested in building a Theremin, 1110 NE 5th Place, Gainesville, FL USA, 32601, (904)376-6332, UCET - true@ucet.ufl.edu
  105. Dyna Moe, 6703 Tennyson Drive, McLean, VA USA, 22101, (703)734-1127, The Guy Forward - dyna12888@aol.com
  106. Nicholas Gessier, Has been interested in Theremins since childhood, is interested in a copy of the bible, research interests are in artificial life & artificial culture, Emergent Media, 11152 Lucerne Ave., Culver City, CA USA, 90230-4244, (310)559-6661 - gessler@ucla.edu
  107. Neil Amison, Is building and developing a Theremin as a final year project and needs lots of Theremin info., Yew Tree Cottage, Crossgate, Stone, Staffordshire England, ST15 8RL, 01889 505257 - Neil.Amison@f157.n250.z2.fidonet.org
  108. Nicholas Kowalski, Is looking to buy a Theremin and whose favorite Thereminists are: Jon Spencer, John Cage, Clara Rockmore, 1888 Brett Lane, Saltsburg, Pennsylvania USA, 15681, (412)639-0017 - nick.kowalski@kiski.org
  109. J Bob Loftis, 1935 W. Farwell, Chicago, IL USA, 60626, (312)465-2775 - jbob@merle.acns.nwu.edu
  110. Amanda Pehlke, Has just aquired a Big Briar 91C and has a huge MAC/Opcode MIDI rig, and is interested in a Theremin to MIDI interface, Redmoon Music, www.cikira.com, www.redmoon-music.com, - cikira@cikira.com
  111. David Rose, 1171 Boylston St. #3, Boston, MA USA, 02215, (617)236-0624 - drose@husc.harvard.edu
  112. Montgomery Martin, Builds and designs tube equipment as a hobby, Wants to construct a April 55 Popular Electronics Theremin and is looking for coils and additional schematics, 305-28 MacPherson Ave., Toronto, ONT CA, M5R 1W8, (416)968-6101 - monty@camtwh.erc.on.ca
  113. Bill Rueger, 34-24 203 Street, Bayside, NY USA, 11361, (718)423-3498, Pipline, - olympian@pipeline.com
  114. Giz Moe, An electronics hack experienced with tube amplifiers & is looking for April 1955 Popular Electronics schematics, 6703 Tennyson Drive, McLean, VA USA, 22101, (703)734-9346, - framp@tembel.org
  115. Chad Bidwell, Wants to build after seeing a band called the "Cocktails" use a Theremin & has researched Leon, his instrument, and the culture of experimental and self-built instruments, 216 St. Andrews Lane, Chapel Hill, NC USA, 27514, (919)969-8940 - 102cbidwell@sophia.sph.unc.edu
  116. Jake Lenahan, Is intrigued by the Theremins place in the evolution of electronic music, 1009 A. West 25 & 1/2 St., Austin, Texas USA, 78705, (512)469-7877 - bigjake@mail.utexas.edu
  117. Tommy DOG, Owner of the Boom Boom Room recording studio, a member of the group The Brain People, currently plays a custom Theremin built by Charlie Collins, and a Big Briar Etherwave, URL: http://www.panix.com/~jjprinz/bb1.htm - jjprinz@panix.com
  118. Noah Simon, Is interested in building a Theremin for an electronic music project at McGill University, and is seeking additional information on the Theremin orchestra that performed at Carnegie Hall, 3423 Aylmer St. Apt.# 3, Montreal, Quebec CA., H2X 2B4, (514)289-1730 - nsimon@po-box.mcgill.ca
  119. Ben Jaffe, Has seen the Theremin movie and would like to build his own Theremin, 3203 SE Woodstock Blvd., P.O. Box 805, Portland, OR USA, 97202, (503)775-1795, Ben Jaffe, - bjaffe@reed.edu
  120. Greg Kellems, Is interested in building his own "Therry", 1300 Saratoga #2013, Ventura, CA USA, 93003, (805)642-5101 - SHBJ41A@prodigy.com
  121. Noel Bush, Is a composer who uses tape, analog & digital means. Wants to build a Theremin and develop Theremin like devices for himself and his colleagues to use, 82 Broadway, (POB 213), Tivoli, NY USA, 12583-0213, (914)757-3513 - nb562@bard.edu
  122. Ed Dowdall, Recently attended a Theremin presentation at a museum/foundation which was attended by Ms. Clara Rockmore and Dr. Robert Moog, who gave a Theremin demonstration. Ed owns a Theremin which his Grandfather purchased at the 1939 New York World's Fair, P.O. Box 5, Granite Springs, NY USA, 10527, - 75740.2470@compuserve.com
  123. Michael L. Klein, Is interested in Theremins and old analog synths (ARP, Moog etc.), 3942 Old Farm Ct., Portsmouth, VA USA, 23703, (804)484-1894 - dressage@infi.net
  124. Chris Cortese, 900 Oak St. #1, San Francisco, CA USA, 94117, (415)621-7521 - cortese@osprey.arc.nasa.gov
  125. Shaun D. Carstairs, 1511 November Circle. #301, Silver Spring, MD USA, 20904, (301)622-0833, - shaunc@alumni.caltech.edu
  126. Roger Coodley, Has a heavy interest in technology with background in shortwave and ham radio (kd6pj), and likes to build and experiment with Theremin's and brain stimulation, 234 San Vicente #19, Santa Monica, CA USA, 90402, (310)458-3495 - au053@lafn.org
  127. Steve Grumette, 921 North La Jolla Avenue, West Hollywood, CA USA, 90046, (213)656-7368 - stevo@ix.netcom.com
  128. David Marley, Robert Wheeler's live Theremin performance with Pere Ubu got Dave hooked on the instrument, 744 Hunters Ct., Mt. Laurel, NJ USA, 08054-2813, (609)273-9457 - I@he.net
  129. John Goerner, Is interested in all types of unusual musical and scientific equipment, 8003 Bull Valley Road, Woodstock, IL USA, 60098, (815)337-0794 - johng@usgravitics.com
  130. John Snyder, Owns an original modified version of the 1929 RCA Therry he purchased from "the widow of Leon Theremin's assistant, Dr. Julius Goldberg, alias George Gorham". John composes and performs avant-garde electronic music (and incorporates laser images and analog synths into his performances, in addition to the Theremin), and has extensively researched the history of the Theremin and used it in concert performances, 339 East 21st St., Apt. 2E, New York, NY USA, 10010, (212)674-5446 - tcsdidj@inch.com
  131. Brad Stone, Does regular sound workshops at the Recording Arts Programme in Stony Creek Ont., many of his students have expressed a real interest in the Thereman, 339 Old Brock Road, Dundas, Ontario Canada, L9H 5H7, (905)627-8700 - stonel@mcmail.cis.mcmaster.ca
  132. Cindi Creaton, Is an 8th grade earth science & technology teacher who wants to build a Theremin, learn to play it, and use it to illustrate physics and as a model for science projects, Route 2 Box 115A, Smithville, TX USA, 78957, (512)360-5348 - idnic@tenet.edu
  133. Glenn Manuel, 424 Bedford Drive, Richardson, TX USA, 75080, (214)231-5639 - gmanuel@ti.com
  134. Bruno Spoerri, Has been a synthesist since 1965 and is presently working in interactive computer improvisation, (Synthophone, Buchla Thunder and David Rokeby's Very Nervous System), he is currently installing a Moog Theremin at the Swiss Technology Museum (Technorama)Winterthur, Sommerau, Oetwil am See, Switzerland, CH-8618, 41-1-929 25 24 - bspoerri@access.ch
  135. Craig Koon, Is still trying to build a 1929 RCA-type tube Theremin, 2116 Guaalupe #210, Austin, TX USA, 78705, (512)442-1202 - CKunst@aol.com
  136. Tom Jeffrey, Is a 20 year music veteran, (moslty flute and other woodwinds) who is "hooked" after seeing the Theremin movie and wants to build his own and is looking for original specs, 8710 Park Lane, Suite J, Dallas, TX USA, 75231, (214)361-0364 - net@he.net
  137. Charlie Lester, Is a Thereminist who owns three Theremin's, a 1950's Moog Melodia, a new Etherwave, and a custom tude instrument from the 1930's that may have been built by Prof. Theremin. His web site has an extensive section on Theremin's including a comprehensive Theremin photo gallery, Charlie's Home Page, - rockmore@primenet.com
  138. Brad Wartman, 4865 S.W. 152nd, Beaverton, OR USA, 97007, teleport.com - bwartman@teleport.com
  139. Steve Puckette, 1707 S.E. Main Street, Portland, OR USA, 97214 - N/A@he.net
  140. Carl Puckett, 13100 Scenic View S.E., Turner, OR USA, 97392 teleport.com - bo@teleport.com
  141. Andrew Kaiser, Is a composer interested in using the Theremin & has written one piece that accepts a synthesized substitute for the instrument and is curious what other new repetoire there is for the Theremin, 7735 Cromwell St., Pittsburgh, PA USA, 15221, (412)247-3532 - adkst8+@pitt.edu
  142. Angus McIntyre, Is hoping to build a Theremin and is looking for wiring diagrams, 18 Queen Margaret Drive, Glasgow, Scotland UK, G12 8DQ, 0141 334 2837 - Dinna.have.one!@he.net
  143. Doug Forbes, Has designed and built tube-type and transistor Theremins which utilize IR light, and ultrasonics as well as the traditional hand capacitance for pitch and volume control, 2817 Frances Ave., La Crescenta CA USA, 91214, (818)248-9580 - av599@lafn.org
  144. Daniel Boiser, Is interested in real audio Theremin links, 15 BenRhydding Rd., Llkley, West Yorkshire, Leeds England, LS29 8RL, 01943 608518 - Unregistered@dial.pipex.com
  145. Jeff Young, Just ordered a Theremax kit, 1575 Linden Dr., Madison, Wisconsin USA, 53705, (608)262-1779 - jyoung3@facstaff.wisc.edu
  146. Brian Pardini, Has seen the Theremin movie and wants to build his own Theremin, 985 Castle Hill Rd., Redwood City, California USA, 94061-1105, (415)366-1448 - amallari@aol.com
  147. Howard Ham, Has built the 1967 Popular Electronics Theremin and has ordered a Big Briar 91A, 16702 Clovermead St., Covina, CA USA, 91722-3009, (818)967-0952 - hham@lightside.com
  148. Terry T. Ostergaard, 1160 Kathy Way Street, Salem, OR USA, 97306, (503)581-3185 - terryo@wvi.com
  149. Monbaza Isazanic, #100 DA-AN-RD.SEC.2, B1, Taipei 106, Taiwan, 886-2-732-7480, Fax 886-2-705-6883 ext. 266 - monbaza@c2.hinet.net
  150. Ely Siegel, Wants to buy a Theremax and suggests our members check out the Therry playing on Mr. Bungles second album "Disco Volante, track 5 "Violenza Domestica", 4120 Geary Blvd., San Francisco, CA USA, (415)386-2808 - peneu@sfsu.edu
  151. Bryin Dall, Plays what he terms as a "toy Theremin" in his band, but wants to buy a real one, P.O. Box 2124, New York, NY USA, 10009, (212)727-0114 - sufclown@aol.com
  152. Andrew Kay, Would like to build a Theremin device for a friend with cerebral palsy. Wants one for his band also, Crumhorn and Theremin duets? 99 Hurst St., Oxford England, OX4 1HA - Andrew.Kay@sharp.co.uk
  153. Greg Damron, Physics major and head student technician at Morehead Planetarium and is currently building a Theremin after seeing the movie, 460 Melanie Ct., Chapel Hill, North Carolina USA, 27514, (919)933-5913 - gdamron@email.unc.edu
  154. Antal Szijj, Is a big fan of the 50's & 60's sci fi movies and enjoyed the Theremin movie, has purchased Clara's CD and wants to build a Theremin kit, 132 Norwood Avenue, Redlands, CA USA, 92373, (909)793-0880 - aszijj@e2.empire.net
  155. David Case, Fan of Forbidden Planet & MST3K and is currently building a Theremax, 404 Creel Rd., Talent, OR USA, 97540, (503)535-8853, Shaggy - shaggy@mind.net
  156. Keith D. Ball, Is currently building an approximation of the 1967 Popular Electronics Theremin design, 5417 S. Cornell Ave., Apt. 1N, Chicago, IL USA, 60615, (312)288-4846, Keith Ball - k-ball@uchicago.edu
  157. Kevin DuArte, Has put together a digital Theremin from the diagram in Experimental Music Instruments magazine but finds it limited and unstable so is looking for new designs, 18290 Vanderbilt Drive, Saratoga, CA USA, 95070, (408)FRI-NGEX - KDuArte@caere.com
  158. David Miller, Ex TV Technician who is interested in building a tube Theremin, 48 Crammond Blvd., Caringbah, Sydney, New South Wales AU, 2229, 02-525-1275 - dimiller@zeta.org.au
  159. Carl Atkinson, 509 Bethel Street, Salisbury, MD USA, 21801, (410)860-5928 - cda3057@sae.ssu.umd.edu
  160. Kevin Costigan, 216 Forest Street, Roslyn Hts., New York USA, 11577, (516)621-7352 - costig48@potsdam.edu
  161. Donald Rasmussen, 9517 S.E. 5th St., Vancouver Washington USA, 98664, (360)892-7703 - drasmuss@egreen.wednet.edu
  162. Joseph Thompson, Is planning to build a Theremin and perform with it while wearing head-gear equipped with a working "Jacob's Ladder", 4115 La Salle Ave., Culver City, CA USA, 90232, (310)202-6849 - joematango@beachnet.com
  163. Marc Battier, Is doing research on Leon Theremin's visit to Paris and gathering material from that time, 29 ave. de Joinville, Nogent France, 94130, 44 78 48 31, Marc Battier - bam@ircam.fr
  164. Doug Martin, Still has a working 1974 SWTP Theremin kit he built back in the 70's, 17797 W. Toussaint N., Greytown, Ohio USA, 43432, (419)862-2380, Martin/EAL Homepage - dmartin@bgnet.bgsu.edu
  165. Ira Kraemer, Is a string player who has been interested in both the Theremin and the Ondes Martenot. Is a graduate of the Mannes College of Music in NYC (class of 65) and is interested in writing a work for Theremin and String Orchestra, 467 Grant Ave., Scotch Plains, New Jersey USA, 07076, (908)322-4469,

  166. Ira B. Kraemer & Company - Fine Violins - ibkco@i-2000.com
  167. Milton Meinhardt, Wants to see the documentary file by Steve Martin, 504 Kemp Blvd. # 138, Wichita Falls, Texas USA, 76301, (817)723-6837 - Milton6531@aol.com
  168. Polly Harrold, Has played a Theremin at a Coctails post-concert stage visit and now wants to build one, 25 East 40th St., Indianapolis, IN USA, 46205, (317)843-8694 - pollygon@indy.net
  169. Mark D. Roberts, Is looking to buy 2 to 3 Theremins for a performance piece "Concerto for Vespa & Theremin", which incorporates Vespa Motor Scooters and Theremins. Would like any information our members may have on a dance piece by John Cage, circa 40's, which included Theremins, 277 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach, Florida USA, 33480, 1-800-610-3576, - mroberts@pbfreenet.seflin.lib.fl.us
  170. Mark Segal, Has built several Theremins and will soon have professional, inexpensive units available as well as helpfull playing aids, mechanical and electronic, 6101 Del Valle Dr., Los Angeles, CA USA, 90048, (213)957-4901 - wavefront@earthlink.net
  171. Brian Spatola, Wants to build a Theremin and is looking for any construction tips members may be able to provide, 1118 Collins St., Denton, Texas USA, 76201, (817)565-5019 - bfs0001@jove.acs.unt.edu
  172. Jeff Eiseman, Has one of the Theremins RCA made and is wondering who else has one in working condition, Hills South, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Mass. USA, 01003, (413)253-2932 - jeiseman@educ.umass.edu
  173. Gary W. Gehiere, Is glad the TECI site exists and feels we need new instruments very badly, 1 Nuthatch Pl., Elmira, Ontario Canada, N3B 3G5, (519)669-5259 - gary@beta09.ia.opentext.com
  174. Dave Broekema, Has recently purchased and built the Paia Theremax and is interested in tuning and playing info, 1205 1/2 Williamson St. #4, Madison, WI USA, 53703, (608)251-7401 - broekema@students.wisc.com
  175. MARIZANE, Are currently using MOOG, PAIA, Wavefront and S.W.T.P Theremins in their performances in Los Angeles - mini43@earthlink.com
  176. David Shucavage, Has just finished building the Paia Theremax kit and is webmaster at Folkstuff, 354 Hunting Creek Rd., Canonsburg, PA USA, 15317, (412)746-3071 - dshu@telerama.lm.com
  177. Paul Prescott, 30 Preble St. #453, Portland, ME USA, 04101, (207)761-1980 - paul.prescott@pobox.com
  178. Jim Murphy, Is interested in building a tube Theremin, 1649 Old Boones Creek Rd., Gray, TN USA, 37615, (423)753-9572 - 102033.2636@compuserve.com
  179. Don Hall, Is an actor, composer, producer of "off-loop" theater, and a former middle school music teacher, who, along with his wife (an orchestral clarinetist), thinks the Theremin would be a "tremendous instrument to combine in duet with clarinet recitals", 3619 N. Marshfield #2, Chicago, Illinois USA, 60613-3619, (312)549-4845 - jonfloyne@aol.com
  180. Peter K. Platzer, Is an electronics technician who is interested in colecting and repairing old radios, tv-sets, telephones and "related stuff". Peter is interested in building a valve Theremin and using an old radio as a case, Brunner Gasse 54, Perchtoldsdorf b. Wien, Lower Austria, Austria, A-2380, #43/1/865 62 82 - platzerp@adpo1.iaea.or.at
  181. Jim Murphy, Is interested in building a tube Theremin, 1649 Old Boones Creek Rd., Gray, TN USA, 37615, (423)753-9572 - vreede@sce.philips.nl
  182. Benjamin Watkins, Is an undergraduate in Electrical Engineering with a very strong interest in music and signal processing, is fascinated by the Theremin and "Theremin Lore", and hopes to build one, 455 Gilbert Stuart Rd., Saunderstown, RI USA, 02874, (401)782-2317 - bwat6146@uriacc.uri.edu
  183. Paul Burgess, NRAL Jodrell Bank, Macclesfield, Cheshire England, SK11 9DL, +44-1477 571321 e/w - pb@jb.man.ac.uk
  184. Amani Friend, 388 Calle Loma Norte, P.O. Box 1445, Sante Fe, New Mexico USA, 87501, (505)982-2145 / (505)995-0761 - amani@nets.com
  185. Curt S. Steindler, 444 S. LaFayette Park Pl. #203, LA USA, 90057, (213)382-6460 - curtss@netvoyage.net
  186. Jim Embach, 1223 Cobridge Court, Rochester Hills, MI USA, 48306, (810)986-4442 - pending@he.net
  187. Liza Waxman, Discovered the Theremin on what Liza calls "Theremin Serendipity Day", (a day that mysteriously provided Liza with three instances of Theremin exposure within 6 hours), has seen the movie and now wants to build one, 1343 W Foster, Chicago, IL USA, 60640, (312)506-1418 - stnkepuppt@aol.com
  188. Lain Wood, Currently plays guitar and e-bow and intends to build a "Valve Theremin", is looking for valve designs, 51 Beech Grove, Blackhall Mill, Newcastle, Tyneside UK, NE17 7TD - diw@impltd.com
  189. Adam Moshier, 15130 Garnet St. NW, Ramsey, MN USA, 55303, (612)422-1299 - adamm@lter.umn.edu
  190. Bruce Rosen, has built the Paia kit and is willing to answer questions for other kit builders, 7 MacArthur Blvd., Apt. N-103, Westmont, NJ USA, 08108-3648, (609)858-2987 - B_Rosen@prodigy.com
  191. Charles (Chuck) Knight, Became interested in the Theremin after discovering that some of his favorite musical scores have Theremin pieces in them and is looking forward to practicing with the Theremin circuitry, P.O. Box 905, Windom, Texas USA, 75492-0905, (214)328-7699 - chuck@utdallas.edu
  192. Ken Mann, 54 Tiverton Road, Edgware, Middlesex Great Britain, HA8 6BE, 0181 952-2888 - ken@kenelise.demon.co.uk
  193. Kevin Michaels, Wants to know if any members have Theremins for sale, 110 Bluberry Lane, Hicksville, New York USA, 11801, (516)939-0789 - PullDaisy@aol.com
  194. Thomas Joseph Lunt, Is waiting for his Big Briar Theremin kit to arrive, and is interested in a uniform system of Theremin study ala Clara Rockmore's fingering technique and a program of Theremin study for kids. He is also wondering if anybody is playing Indian music on the Theremin as he thinks it would be the perfect instrument for such, 734 W. Cornelia #1, Chicago, IL USA, 60657, (312)220-4064 - tlunt@wwa.com
  195. Aaron Benoy, Runs the Graf Cafe, a website for Boston Graffiti & wants to build a Theremin kit to replace the pet rock on his desk, 19 Trout Brook Lane, Norwell, MA USA, 02061-1236, (617)659-7478 - phage@tiac.net
  196. Mark Barton, Has built several original Theremin designs and is currently working on one that sings in a female operatic voice, 3651 Tilden Ave., Los Angeles, CA USA, 90034-6909, (310)837-5713 - mrbarton@ix.netcom.com
  197. Mark Cook, 808 W Main St., Apt #109, Arlington, Texas USA, 76013, (817)860-7392 - cook@library.uta.edu
  198. Pier Francesco Maria Leardi, Owns a noinderland theremin and a light theremin bought recently in u.k. now looking for other theremin aorund the world. keybordist with some italian rock band. Owns moog opus 3,polymoog,moog prodigy,polysix,poly61,trident,emulatorII,emax,jupiter 6 and other...,Via F. Cavallotti 13, Cuneo Italy, 12100, 3356650675 - mecpippi@supereva.it
  199. Dan Barker, Is experimenting with electronic music ala hybrids of Techo/Industrial, has seen the Theremin movie and wants to learn more, 385 Wellesley St. East, Toronto, Ont Canada, M4X 1H5, (416)923-2675 - phetus@interlog.com
  200. Rick Sum, 306 7th St. S, Cranbrook, BC Canada, V1C 1M7, (604)426-8530 - rsum@cyberlink.bc.ca
  201. P. C. Kelly, 10603 Hillcroft, Houston, TX USA, 77096, (713)721-1538 - pckelly@phoenix.net
  202. Steve Fisk, Recently purchased a Big Briar Theremin, 2418 Western Ave., Seattle, Wa USA, 98121, (206)784-3998 - compressir@aol.com
  203. Andy Shaindlin, Is interested in the historical and social context of the Theremin and hopes that people with an interest in Soviet history and the history of New York culture in the 1920's and 30's will surface in the TECI, 98 Walnut Rd., Barrington, RI USA, 02806, (401)863-1000 - abs@brown.edu
  204. Tarkus Kayoa Bonaqeraj, Music Director for KEOL-FM 91.7, Has obtained a promo copy of Raymond Scott's "Reckless Nights" CD on Columbia, whose liner notes mentions an instrument which he invented called The Clavivox, (circa 1950), that is a three octave keyboard instrument "designed to simulate the difficult-to-play Theremin" and "produced an eerie, sinuous whine". Tarkus is wondering if any of the TECI members know of this instrument/has seen one/or know of other recordings of this instrument, c/o Eastern Oregon State College, La Grande, Oregon USA, 97850 2899, (541)962-3466 - keol@eosc.osshe.edu
  205. James Banbury, Is in the Auteurs and plays Cello and Theremin, has appeared on ITV in the UK playing a Theremin and has just done a session with U2 on the Mission Impossible theme soundtrack, 51 Waldemar Ave. Mansions, Fulham, London UK, SW6 5LX, 0171 736-0605 - jameswb@magus.netkonect.co.uk
  206. Tommie Joensson, Swedish "musician/noisemaker/graphics wizard" into analog music equipment and is waiting for his Big Briar Theremin kit to cross the Atlantic, Koriandergrand 24, 135 36, Tyreso, Sweden, 46 8 669 21 29, Spray - tommie@spray.se
  207. William H. Kingsley, 90 Timber Lane, Aspers, PA USA, 17304, (717)677-4001 - whking@ark.ship.edu
  208. Mark Kernes, 5118 DeLongpre St., Apt. 105, Hollywood, CA USA, 90027, (213)660-2697 - mhkernes@primenet.com
  209. Melissa Bernius, 20 Brookshire, Bloomington, Illinois USA, 61704-6281, (309)662-4189 - JEyre5856@he.net
  210. Norm Sohl, Has built several Theremins and worked for a museum musical instrument collection which had an RCA Theremin. Norm would like to hear from others who have interest in the instrument, 3626 Ashworth Ave. N., Seattle, WA USA, 98103, (206)545-0754, www.sohl.com - sohl@sohl.com
  211. Linda Cook, Knows nothing of electronics, longs for a Theremin and is wondering if someone will build one for her on comission, 500 3rd. St., Davenport, Iowa USA, 52801, (319)383-2316 - ittycar@aol.com
  212. Adam Schabtach, Is presently constructing a Theremax kit and plans to interface it with his MAC via a CV to MIDI converter he built, check out rmii.com/~nebulous for details, 17020 Viscount CT. , Monument, CO USA, 80132, (719)488-8987 - nebulous@rmii.com
  213. Alex Wolfrom, 5001 Hwy. 3 #39, Dickenson, TX USA, 77539, (713)337-2494 - sentien1@ix.netcom.com
  214. Mark Borcherding, Is buying a Big Briar Theremin kit and hopes to control his MemoryMoog LAMM via CV, 12309 Uttimer, Austin, TX USA, 78753, (512)339-6745 - borcherding@tsd.itg.ti.com
  215. Allan A. Kronenberg, Would like suppliers list and or catalogs where recordings and other Theremin related materials can be purchased, 183 Euclid Ave., Albany, NY USA, 12208, (518)482-4742 - akronenber@aol.com
  216. Marcel A. Bernards, Is currently building the PE/TECI/R.G. Keen PCB and is working on his own tube design based on 12AX7 triodes. Marcel is responsible for the 4 Theremin picture scans at the Theremin Home Page, Eufraatstraat 7, Alkmaar, NH The Netherlands, 1827 KE, +31 72 5624585, Marcel's Home Page - bernards@ecn.nl
  217. Rupert James Lissaman, Unit 7, Chalet Court, 124 de Burg Street, Lyneham, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia, 2602, (06)257-0148 - rupert.lissaman@cin.gov.au
  218. Bootsy Windstein, 101 Curvey Street, New Brunswick, NJ USA, 08903, (908)226-4324 - artlip@eden.rutgers.edu
  219. John Peter Giunta, Has his MA in classical guitar and is interested in learning to play the Theremin, possibly professionally, Vienna Woods Studios, 117 Moore Avenue, SW, Vienna, Virginia USA, 22180-5968, (703)281-5498 - jgiunta@fen1.gmu.edu
  220. Marvin Fleischman, Built a Theremin many years ago and seeing the Theremin documentary has renewed his interest, 171 Bob Hill Road, Ridgefield, CT USA, 06877-2025, (203)438-7889 - n1awj@ct2.nai.net
  221. Jeanine Cariri, Has seen the Theremin documentary and has played the Theremin originally owned by Lucie Rosen at Caramore in NY. j.cariri@worldnet.att.net, 1 West Hill Ave., Stamford CT USA, 06902, (203)324-6865
  222. Meridith Crider, 2209 S. Third Street, Austin, TX USA, 78704, (512)475-6953 - dpmbc@utxdp.dp.utexas.edu
  223. Thell M. Woods, Built the Radio Electronics Magazine Theremin over thirty years ago and finding the TECI site renewed his interest in the instrument, 2740 Bronson Blvd., Kalamazoo, Michigan USA, 49008, (616)385-4095, (616)342-6630 - 76131.672@compuserve.com
  224. Joel H. Mellin, Is an electrical engineering student minoring in music, and wants to involve the concept of the Theremin in some of his research. He would like to hear from any members that may be able to offer some help, Woodside Apt. 5d, 60 Strafford Ave. - UNH, Durham, New Hampshire USA, 03824, (603)862-5563 - jmh@kepler.unh.edu
  225. Herb Montes, Is planning on building or buying a Theremin, P.O. Box 3277, Freeport, TX USA, 77542, (409)798-1392 - herbmont@tgn.net
  226. David Helberg, Is the tour manager for the band "Cracker", (fronted by David Lowery from Camper Van Beethoven) and mentions they used a Theremin on their last album. Cracker is interested in either building or purchasing a Theremin to take on the road during their next tour, Box 423, 1579 F Monroe Drive, Atlanta, Georgia USA, 30324, (404)249-9063 - Euroberg@aol.com
  227. Lennart Berggren, Astra Draco AB, P.O. Box 34, Lund Sweden, S-221 00, +46 46 336000 - lennart.berggren@draco.se.astra.com
  228. Simon Beck, Owns and plays a "Longwave Instruments - Mark 1 Theremin", 12 Fountain Court, Lawrie Park Road, Sydenham, London UK, SE 26 6 EE, 0181 778 7991 - 6643@globalnet.co.uk
  229. George H. Livingston, Has been interested in the Theremin since the late sixties when his father "babysat" an original RCA model for a year, 13150 SW 15 Lane, Miami, FL USA, 33184-2001, (305)554-0497 - geoliv@icanect.net
  230. Nick Kizirnis, P.O. Box 3030 W.B.B., Dayton, Ohio USA, 45409-0303, (513)258-2107 - nck@glazed.donet.com
  231. Lindy Mayfield, 1431 Boulevard, West Hartford, CT USA, 06119, (860)521-0450 - lindy@connix.com
  232. Daniel C. Markel, 14235 Royal Hill Drive, Houston, Texas USA, 77083, (713)530-8683 - markel@rosharon.wireline.slb.com
  233. Ben Wolf, Just saw the "Theremin Movie" and became hooked, 246 West End Ave., Apt. 8F, New York, NY USA, 10023, (202)877-6180, bdw6@Columbia.EDU
  234. Jason Sanders, 355 Rachel Lane, Middletown, Ohio USA, 45042, (513)423-2870, s019jrs@nova.wright.edu
  235. Vanessa Schnatmeier, 380 Curtner, # 7, Palo Alto, CA USA, 94306, (415)856-2259 - meier@ssrl01.slac.stanford.edu
  236. Christian Loyal, 29 Dunstan Street, Wavertree, Liverpool, Merseyside UK, L15 4LA, +44 51 733 2150 - chris.loyal@wmc.ac.uk
  237. Russ Davis, Built a Theremin 10 years ago and is presently waiting delivery of Moog's new Theremin kit, 4325 156th St. S. E., Bothell, WA USA, (206)481-0918 - Russ.Davis@ci.seattle.wa.us
  238. Kevin Dunn, Just became interested in the Theremin and is trying to decide between the Big Briar kit and the PAiA Theremax, Rt. 3 Box 22, Farmville, VA USA, 23901, (804)392-8240, Kevin's Home Page, - kmd@cator.hsc.edu
  239. Ramon R. Aviles, Is just about ready to try and assemble one of these "Critters", 64 Saugatuck Rd., Montgomery, Illinois USA, 60538-2432, (708)897-8334, ramon.aviles@aquila.com
  240. Jared Daniel J. Smith, Just started to research the Theremin, is interested in building or buying one, is also interested in the Terpsetone Musical Sound Stage, 331 West Sea Ave., Independence, MO USA, 64050, (816)836-5531, Jared's Home Page - jsmith@cctr.umkc.edu
  241. Christopher Griffith, 801 Eastbrook Ave., Parkland, PA USA, 19047 - bpocsa@voicenet.com
  242. Gary Hascal, 14999 Preston Rd. # 212105, Dallas, TX USA, 75240, (214)661-9554 - garyh@airmail.net
  243. Brian Carusella, Is an avid fan of the instrument and is currently attempting to build a solid state Theremin, 3201 1/2 Houston Ave., Houston, TX USA, 77009, (713)868-9073 - none.yet@he.net
  244. Chris Rutkowski, P.O. Box 1918, Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada, R3C 3R2, (204)474-6454 - rutkows@cc.umanitoba.ca
  245. Buck & Kathleen Faulconer, 1072 Calle Jazmin, Thousand Oaks, Ca USA, 91360, (805)379-1457 - rocket88@ix.netcom.com
  246. David Olson, Has finally found a club for an instrument most people have never heard of, 34306 Quapaw St. NW, Cambridge, Minnesota USA, 55008, (612)689-6508 - DOlson3975@aol.com
  247. James Gregor Owen, Has built 2 SWTP theremins, one on which he renders a very bad Star Spangled Banner, 31 Darby Drive, Huntington Station, New York, USA, 11746, (516)421-1807 - 71121.625@compuserve.com
  248. Dave Amels, 111 10th Street, Wood Ridge, NJ USA, Voce Inc., 07075, (201)939-0052 - Voce@pipeline.com
  249. Susan Engel, Is looking to buy an assembled, "ready to play Theremin", in good working condition, 1010 Teston Road, Maple, Ontario Canada, L6A 1E9, (905)771-8882 - phe@cml.com
  250. Don MacBain, Has seen the Theremin Documentary and has ordered a Big Briar, 6059 Packard St., Los Angeles, CA USA, 90035-2646, (213)939-7070 - dmacbain@cinenet.net
  251. Harold Sinclair, Is a Bernard Hermann fan and thinks TECI is a great Theremin resource, 306 W 4th St. B3, NY, NY USA, Morelife, 10014, (212)243-0834 - morelife@escape.com
  252. Schuyler Warren, 251 Stone Ave. #1, Lexington, Ky USA, 40508, (606)225-5065 - sawarr00@mik.uky.edu
  253. Walter Thornton, Viktorgasse 14, Vienna Austria, A-1040, +43-1-5041370 - walter_thornton@mocom.via.at
  254. Patricia Lozowchuk & Tom Ray, Wants any TECI communications to go to their home address or phone number, are interested in building a Theremin and are great fans of Clara Rockmore, 1029 10th St. East, Saskatoon, Sask. Canada, S7H 0H8, (306)343-0941 - PATRICIAL@CHARLY.PUBLIB.SASKATOON.SK.CA
  255. Dave Ball, Is interested in Theremin 78's and tube Theremins, 1815 Howard Rd., Knoxville, TN USA, 37918, (423)689-5936 - dball@esper.com
  256. Dale Vander Linden, Is currently building the Feb 96 Electronics Now article and is having troubles finding the tuning coils, 10091 Blanche Cir., Buena Park, CA USA, 90620, (714)821-7113 - JesMeHere@aol.com
  257. Stephen Beck, 1350 Summit Road, Berkeley, CA USA, 94708-2139, (510)843-4270 - SBeck123@aol.com
  258. Tomas Black, Bow down to the original modern instrument, 1631 Conger Ave. NW, Olympia, WA USA, 98502, Tomas's Home Page, (360)352-2405 - blackt@elwha.evergreen.edu
  259. Daniel Shaindlin, 90 Parker #201, San Francisco, CA USA, 94118, (415)387-6768 - drs123@well.com
  260. Mike Wohlgemuth, Is building a Theremax for use in his noise band Smack Doris, 525 NW 19 Lane, Gainesville, FL USA, 32609, (352)375-0734 - mjw@purplefrog.com
  261. William Blakeney, Theremax owner, Theremin fan since 1977, modular synthesizer enthusiast, 20 Maitland Street, Toronto, Ont. Canada, M4Y 1C5, Williams Theremin Page's, (416)961-2707 - blakeney@inforamp.net
  262. Daniel Abbott, Is specifically interested in the use of the Theremin in LOUD ROCK N ROLL MUSIC, 7 Maple House, Maitland Park Villas, Chalk Farm, London England, NW3 2DY
  263. Mark Strayer, 40 Cranwood Lane, Orchard Park, NY USA, 14127, (716)667-2681 - WoodRadio@AOL.com
  264. Jeffrey M. Greene, 50 Irving Street #4, Cambridge, Mass. USA, 02138, (617)576-2485 - gsd96jg7@venus.gsd.harvard.edu
  265. Thomas Gaulkin 88 Florence Avenue, Oyster Bay, NY USA, 11771, (516)624-5831 - cdg@pipeline.com
  266. Brent Murray, Someone, 45 W 89 #1B, New York, NY USA, 10024, (212)877-6018 - someone@walrus.com
  267. Brad Wood, Is interested in purchasing one of the Moog kits, 1520A N. Damen Ave., Chicago, Ill USA, 60622, (312)772-1000 - mbws@earthlink.net
  268. Bud Fitz, Built a Moog Melodia over 30 years ago and is looking to build or buy a new Theremin, Rt. 1, P.O. Box 2274, Miles City, MT USA, 59301, (406)232-9701 - fitz@servco.com
  269. Marten Nilsson, Domarringen 5, 24541 Staffanstorp, Skane Sweden, 24541, +46 +46-253503 - tzench@swapper.ct.se
  270. Anthony Burton, P.O. Box 1088, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan Canada, S6V 5S6, (306)763-2455 - burton@sasknet.sk.ca
  271. Joe Aumentado, Has built a Theremax (in a see-thru case) and now wants to build a tube model. He basically wants to annoy as many people in the NWU physic's dept. as possible, 1849 Asbury Ave., Evanston, Ill USA, 60202, Joe's Home Page, (847)733-1966 - nrrrd@nwu.edu
  272. Lon Reynolds, Has been a Theremin fan since 1964 and wants to communicate with other affectionados and appeal for schematics or plans to build one, 7401 Linden N # 11, Seattle, WA USA, 98103, (206)781-2053 - lonr@eskimo.com
  273. David Kane Niewiadomski, 31 Sandra Place, Hamburg, NY USA, 14075, (516)646-5101 - DN1655@snyflcaa.fingerlakes.edu
  274. Brian Watson, Plans on building a Theremin to use in his band the Star Garage, 2075 Kimberwicke Circle, Oviedo, Florida USA, 32765, (407)365-4146 - u4931aah@grove.ufl.edu
  275. Anthony J. Ptak, Etherwave (0017) owner, 81 Orange St. #204, New Haven, Connecticut USA, 06510, 1-800-448-7857 Ext 2074
  276. Dan Lucas, Is looking to buy a prebuilt or kit Theremin and tips for beginners, 18383 Cook, Strongsville, OH USA, 44136, (216)238-4571 - ee854@cleveland.freenet.edu
  277. Chester Bowles, RFD 2, P.O. Box 335L, Sharon, NH USA, 03458, (603)924-9901 - bowles@cmf.org
  278. George McDonald, Built his first Theremin in the early 70's, owns a tube model, SWTP, and a custom unit. Is working with multiple channel MIDI at the present time (check PAiA page for picture), 1028 Odium Dr., Vancouver, B.C. Canada, V5L 3L6, (604)251-6965 - glhmcdon@direct.ca
  279. Jordan Avon, Half of the electronic experimental duo "Oblivious Scientist", is a local Bay Area Thereminist who makes use of both RF and optical theremins in his musical offerings, 482 View Street, Mountain View, CA USA, 94041, (415)964-7231 - javon@best.com
  280. David Topolenski, BPO 20116, P.O. Box 1119, Piscataway, NJ USA, 08855-1119, (908)828-3909, - shorty@eden.rutgers.edu
  281. Michael Ando, is looking for schematics to build a Theremin, is learning to play flute and taiko drums while his girlfriend plays piano and harp, 4317 Lindblade Dr., Marvista, CA USA, 90066, (310)364-5437
  282. Jeff, Owns a tone antenna only Theremin and plays it through a Fox Tone machine and two sync 2 track wire machines, suggests our members check out www.cris.com for a new interview with Esquivel and "tons o" other crud", 1417 Jerome, Lansing, MI USA, 48917, (517)482-3798 - barratt3.pilot.msu.edu@he.net
  283. Alex Schub, Is a professional musician and Thereminist who plays an original RCA Theremin, 3670 Mountain View Ave., Los Angeles, CA USA, 90066, (310)391-8000 - AlexSchub@worldnet.att.net
  284. David Hall, Has seen the documentary and thinks its a wonderful combination of science and music, 20 Mycenae Road, Blackheath, London, England UK, SE3 7SG, +44 (0) 181-858-1605 - 100753.2444@compuserve.com
  285. Albert Glinsky, His Doctoral Dissertation (1991, NYU), is under contract with the University of Illinois Press to be published as a book entitled "Out of Thin Air: Theremin and the Age of Ether". The publication date will be late 1996 or early 1997. Dr. Robert Moog is writing a preface to the book. Final revisions are under way and comments, suggestions, or odd tips are welcome, 4201 Sassafras St., Erie, PA USA, 16508, (814)864-0788 - avglinsky@aol.com
  286. Tom Pearson, is interested in building a Theremin, 1 Albert Road, Wilmslow, Cheshire England, SK9 5HT, 01625 524 198 - tom@intarch.demon.co.uk
  287. Marc Gauthier, is building a Thremin using the 1974 SWTP plans, 33 Burnview Cr., Gloucester, Ontario Canada, K1B 3J2, (613)824-3529 - marcg@cyberus.ca
  288. Linda Cook, has seen the movie, listened to the CD (Rockmore), loves the sound and is entranced, is desperate to own a Theremin, 2319 N. Gaines St., Davenport, Iowa USA, 52804, (319)383-2316 - ittycar@aol.com
  289. Brandon Van Dyke, Brandon's Homepage, 3045 S. W. 211th Avenue, Aloha, Oregon USA, 97006, (503)649-2207 - vandykbw@PLU.edu
  290. Keith Crowder, 275 Harris Ave., Providence, Rhode Island USA, 02909, (401)421-0474 - shartma2@ix.netcom.com
  291. David Niewiadomski, 31 Sandra Pl., Hamburg, NY USA, 14075, (716)646-5101 - dn1655@snyflcaa.fingerlakes.edu
  292. Thomas Gaulkin, 88 Florence Ave., Oyster Bay, NY USA, 11771, (516)624-5831 - cdg@pipeline.com
  293. Aaron Jarvis, has built the Big Briar Etherwave, played the Tampa premiere of the Documentary, wonders why Samuel Hoffman was given "short shrift" in the movie, 1341 Michigan Ave., Winter Park, Florida USA, 32789, (407)629-5295 - Snertram@aol.com
  294. Curt S. Steindler, 444 St. LaFayette Park Place, #203, Los Angeles, CA USA, 90057-4614, (213)382-6460 - curtss@online-la.com
  295. William D. Paperman, P.O. Box 7306, 19266 Sims Road, Cut N Shoot, Texas USA, 77303-0306, (713)592-8636 - wpaperman@msmail.his.tch.tmc.edu
  296. Scott Robinson, Owns two Theremin's, a Kustom and a Moog tube model 201. His Kustom was used for sound effects on the Ernie Kovacs show and is heard on a new Jazz CD by Maria Schneider (Enja records), on a piece called "Bombshelter Beast", Scott wants to hear from anyone who knows something about his Kustom instrument, 45 64th Street, West New York, NJ USA, 07093, (201)869-7483 - smoulden@bass.gmu.edu
  297. Brian Farrell, is looking for a Theremin kit which has a pre-built circuit board and only requires assembly, has listened to albums by Lothar and the Hand People circa 67-68, P.O. Box 367717, Cincinnati, Ohio USA, 45236, (513)791-3463 ext. 999 - BRIWIE@aol.com
  298. Christine Uberti, Christine's Home Page, has always loved the Theremin and can't wait to get her Etherwave, 3140 Rt. 209, Kingston, NY USA, 12401, (914)687-2126 - maenad@mhv.net
  299. Tom MacKenzie, 22 Riverbrook Rd., Nepean, Ontario Canada, K2H 7Z5, (613)763-8966 - tomm@nortel.ca
  300. Jim Turner, 1601 E. Adelaide Dr., Tucson, Arizona USA, 85719, (520)318-0645 - jimtee@azstarnet.com
  301. Simon Bishop, 60 Betham Road, Greenford, Middlesex U.K., UB6 8RZ, 0181-578-46 101477.3254@compuserve.com
  302. Vincent Voelz, Vincent's Home Page, Owns a Theremax and plans on playing Jazz around the Mpls. area with his band, 525 8th Ave SE, Minneapolis, MN USA, 55414, (612) 331 1089 - voel0009@gold.tc.umn.edu
  303. Jerry Chamkis, Strong fascination with the Theremin for MANY years, 7606 Robalo Rd., Austin, TX USA, 78757, (512) 451-5874 - jchamkis@bga.com
  304. David A. Newton, Owns a vintage 1925 RCA Theremin, 1644 N.E. 153 Place, Portland, Oregon USA, 97230, (503)253-0908 - danewton@hevanet.com
  305. Geoffrey D Jones, 47 Mount Vernon St., Saugus, MA. USA, 01906, (617)231-0481 - jdjones@earthlink.net
  306. Valerio Saggini, Valerio, v.le Piceno 23, Milan, MI Italy, 20129, 39 2 70109758 - lev@colletta.it
  307. Tripp Wallin, Is attempting to build a Theremin from the book "Electronic Musical Instruments" and is very interested in the "beautiful sounds of the Theremin", 328 E. 12th Street, Tucson, Arizona USA, 85701, (520)770-0818 - tripp@primenet.com
  308. Martin Gaston, 1005 Sleepy Hollow Drive, Garland, Texas USA, 75043 - takezo@airmail.net
  309. Don Bice, Heard his first Theremin concert in a Jr. High assembly program. Has always wanted to try and play one. Has ordered an Etherwave and look forward to driving the dogs in the neighborhood crazy, Creative Visuals, 647 W. Harvard Street, Glendale, CA USA, 91204, (818)246-1671 - creativedon@themall.net
  310. Robert Preuss, Just built his Big Briar Etherwave, and now I'm trying to play a C major scale. "OUCH!! My ears are hurting", is looking for playing guides, 25-2470 Headon Forest Drive, Burlington, Ontario Canada, L7M 3X3, (905)319-0284 - borssuerp@aol.com
  311. Jon Waller, 233 East 10th St., Apt.D, New York, NY USA, 10003, (212)674-9156 - jva@darius.concentric.net
  312. Tom Connell, has recently seen the movie and wants to build a kit Theremin, 1706 Northaven Drive, Jeffersonville, IN USA, 47130, (502)627-3819 - tconnell@nirvana.otherside.com
  313. Ward Pederson, has a bachelor degree in vocal performance/ Theory& composition. Has also have done a year in preparation for a Masters in comuter music. Is a fan of wild and weird insrtruments, is a big fan of theremin music and was hoping to eventually be able to learn to play one and write some compositions using one, 4715 Queen Mary Rd, Apt. 3, Montreal, Quebec Canada, H3W 1W3, (514)738-6687 - warped@accent.net
  314. Craig O'Manion, Saw #1 playing one of these things during the talent show a while back and has it on video tape. It was fantastic. Never seen anything like it. Brent Ross introduced you. We're frictional mission, the southern rock and roll band with an obsession for Prince Rupert and its various artists, ala David Boyce, Mae Even, John Percy, Charles Justice, David Smook. These folks are our transcontinental buddies and they keep us sane. "Question: Can small animals activate and randomly produce sound on your instrument? Sincerely, Craig, Bobby, Eddie (frictional mission), P.O. Box 666141, Marietta, GA USA, 30066, (770)427-8659 - signmark@mindspring.com
  315. Daniel Means, Is currently saving my pennies for a Big Briar Theremin. Has wanted a Theremin since he saw Led Zeppelin's "The Song Remains the Same". His favorite Theremin players are Brian Wilson and Matthew Sweet. His favorite theremin part of any song is from the Beach Boys' "I just wasn't made for these times", 5317 El Campo Ave, Ft. Worth, TX USA, 76107, (817)737-8756 - dhm5211@omega.uta.edu
  316. Mauro Barilari, Has a Theremin made by Moog, and is searching for contacts in Europe, Luca Miti, Via Tripoli, 110 0199, Roma Italy - M.Barilari@agora.stm.it
  317. Dave Barnett, Owns 4 Theremins, 3 built as seperate modules which are connected by cables to 3 metalic plates, built into hardwood panels used by pioneer kinetic artist J.S. Ostoja Kotkowski, and a Big Briar Etherwave Theremin. Redwood Park, South Australia - digdeeper@eudoramail.com
  318. Suzie Sims-Fletcher, 44 Clearway St. #6, Boston, MA USA, 02115, (617)437-0663 - simsfletcher@emerson.edu
  319. Alec Burnett, 27/5 Newhaven Main Street, Edinburgh, Scotland UK, EH6 4NB, 0131 552 6907 - 101571.101@compuserve.com
  320. Ben Emerson, 235 Forest Hills St., Jamaica Plain, MA USA, 02130, (617)522-9016 - BenSounds@aol.com
  321. Frank Rotondo, Recently built a Big Briar Theremin kit. Is looking for other theremin owners to converse with on different methods of approach with the Theremin. Also owns a moog synthesizer. Is a member of different musical projects with released material. The Mystic Moog Orchestra is a 12 member all moog unit that I am a member of. They have a CD out and have received reviews in magazines such as Ray Gun and Alternative Press. His main group is Laughing Gas. Has two records out and have tracks on a couple of various artist compilations. He began composing works for computer last year for two projects named Red Cloud Agency and the Optigon Conservatory Frank is always looking to interact with other musicians on ideas in the experimental field of music. For a catalog of his work he can be reached at his email address or by mail at his address in care of Binausic Records, 31542 Gable, Livonia, Michigan USA, 48152, (810)477-9280 - rotondo@emuvax.emich.edu
  322. John P. Brown, 12323 Windsor Drive East, Fishers, IN USA, 46038, (317)578-9795 - jbrown6445@aol.com
  323. Matt Alexander, Thinks the Theremin Super Cool! Love's old stuff and is into retro stuff and synthesizers, 52 Hemmingway Dr., Courtice, Ontario Canada, L1E 2C7, (905)404-1527 - dougy@idirect.com
  324. Chris McCaig, Is studying electronics with music at Glasgow University and for his final year project is going to attempt to build a MIDI Theremin. His email account will not be valid from now until the start of October, 2 Ashcroft Avenue, Lennoxtown, Scotland UK, G65 7EN, 01360 312022 - cmccaig@music.gla.ac.uk
  325. Michael S. Supple, Is a local audio engineer and producer of abstract experimental music and has become quite intrigued over the past year with the Theremin. He would very much love to build a custom instrument . He would also like to see a Theremin in live interactive music/multi-media events. He has heard about a local S.F. band in the sixties,(Low Thar and the Hand People), who had a large custom Theremin which allowed for the crowd movements to modulate the sound waves in the room. Michael thinks this sounds incredibly cool and more importantly - FUN !, 131 clayton, San Francisco, CA USA, 94117, (415)666-0330 - ms666@sirius.com
  326. Douglas Savitsky, 828 e. university ave. #4, Bloomington, In USA, 47401 - dsavitsk@indiana.edu
  327. Geir Vildgren, Snarøyvn. 149A, Snarøya Norway, 1335, 67582924 - vildgren@online.no
  328. David Miller, maintains Dave's Theremin Home Page, Professional musician, Owns several theremins, including homemade pocket theremin, main instrument utilizes Etherwave? circuit housed in 1941 Philco radio cabinet. Additional features are Pitch Preview, Tuner-Out, Foot Pedal (for activating Pitch Preview), Built-in Speaker, and Mute. Currently gigging around town. 1163 Dudley Dr., Shreveport, LA USA, 71104, (318)865-2503 - DavesTvox@webtv.net
  329. Ryan Francesconi, 23715 DelMonte Drive, #206, Valencia, CA USA, 91355-3813, (802)255-0525 - mgrf@pacificnet.net
  330. Scott Petersen, Scott's Home Page, Is making a documentary on Chicago's rock music scene and one the musicians that he is profiling played his Theremin for me and I really enjoyed it. I also loved "Theremin.", 2130 W. Berteau, Chicago, IL USA, 60618, (312)929-6912 - raindog@tezcat.com
  331. Ian Ferguson, Saw "Electronic Odyssey" and became fascinated with the Theremin sound. He plans to experiment with variations on the standard Theremin design, perhaps a wearable version, 402 Greenwood Circle, Cary, North Carolina USA, 27511, (919)467-5784 - keeshboy@aol.com
  332. Roger McLeish, 701 1460 Barclay St., Vancouver, BC Canada, V6G 1L5 - gen_canada_college@he.net
  333. David "punk rock" Schulte, Is in the process of developing a device which allows the player to operate the theremin with your feet while playing another instrument. The mechanism consists of cabinet drawer tracks and c.b. antennae, 5 walnut st., Northampton, MA USA, 01060, (413)587-9872 - nono@bronte.oit.umass.edu
  334. Sidney Lipman, Has built a theremin for his father who used it commercially, 25 Alda Drive, Poughkeepsie, NY USA, 12604, (914)462-2647 - sidney.lipman@mimicsys.com
  335. Greg Spooner, Is interested in building and playing his own Theremin, 340 Main St., Seal Beach, CA USA, 90630, (310)598-9811 - bpzq94a@prodigy.com
  336. Patrick Taylor, 13 Orchard Park Blvd., Toronto, Ontario Canada, M4L 3E3
  337. Richard Kallay, 2203 California Avenue, S.W. # 106, Seattle, WA USA, 98116, (206)933-0384
  338. Neil Amison, Is a final year student who's main project is to build and lean how to play a Theremin, 16 Cresswell Grove, West Didsbury, Manchester England, M20 2NH, 0161 434 0835 Neil's Theremin Page - Neil Amison
  339. C.K.TAN, is an electronic student who is currently building his first Theremin, BLK 106 #11-39, SINGAPORE, 150106, - s5201932@mercury.np.ac.sg
  340. Rich Strawsburg, 705 Birney Lane, Cincinnati, Ohio USA, 45230, (513)624-6441 - AMYRICH@AOL.COM
  341. Peter Klein, I'd like to build my own theremin. Any advice would be appreciated, 150 S. Indendence Mall W, #1140, Philadelphia, PA USA, 19146, (215)731-1850 - pklein@nytvni.org
  342. DEE POP, 259 E 33rd St., New York, NY USA, 10016, (212)685-7075 - DEEPOP@AOL.COM
  343. John Stephen Mather, 480 Adelaide Avenue East, Oshawa, Ont. Canada, L1G 2A3, (905)433-1420
  344. Frank W. Redmon, Has just finished building a Theremax and needs help getting it working, 73315 Sun Valley Drive, Twentynine Palms, CA USA, 92277, (619)367-6220 - ufrank@telis.org
  345. Dino Bramanti, Via Valdicastello,171, Pietrasanta, Lucca Italy, 55045, +039 584 772024 - bramanti@radar.iet.unipi.it
  346. Jeffrey A. Shaw, 11 West 8th Street, New York, NY USA, 10011, (212)477-4973 - aanda@interport.net
  347. Bill Barton, is interested in building a Theremin and learning how to play it, 956 San Saba Ct., Sunnyvale, CA USA, 94086 - peabody@3do.com.
  348. Driss Dallahi, 788 Stoer Ave., Fayrttevill, AR USA, 72701, (501)582-4088 - dd0@engr.uark.edu
  349. Carty Fox, Just finished building a Theremax, 1043 Grand Ave #350, , St. Paul, MN USA, 55105, (612)292-9050, SERVO - servo@bitstream.net
  350. Albert Stone, Is starting to build from TECI plans using coils from Radio Shack. May also try I.F.transformers from Mouser, 25902 Joanne Dr., Hemet, CA USA, 92544, (909)927-9007 - alstone@ivic.net
  351. Jon Froines, Has built a PAiA Electronics Theremax with standard control voltage output as well as audio. After he builds a CV to MIDI converter, he plans to control musical processes with the Theremax theremin using Opcode's MAX Object Oriented Programming Environment to process the data. He will also soon be building a Big Briar Etherwave theremin. - jonyo@uclink4.berkeley.edu
  352. Michael Hearst, Has been obsessed with the Theremin since he saw it on "Real People" back in the 70's. Michael plays in several Richmond bands (Fashion Central, Schwa, Maud Gonne, Global) and along with his friend Johny Hott (drummer for House of Freaks, Cracker), were able to build a couple low quality Theremin's and is interested in aquiring a better quality unit. Any suggestions from TECI members would be appreciated, 703 W. 25th St., Richmond, VA USA, 23225, (804)233-6474 - URBANGEEK@AOL.COM
  353. Miles Brown, Has recently completed construction of a theremin and is currently using it in his band, "PUPPYFAT". He has just returned from a tour to the mainland where the theremin raised more than a few eyebrows....apparently the theremin is a little known instrument in Australian alternative music circles! They have just finished recording a CD due for release in a couple of months which features the Theremin. Please accept me into the club - I've written twice before and am a really nice person who has never murdered anyone. And I Love my theremin!, 19 Wayne Ave, Sandy Bay, Hobart, Tasmania Australia, 7005, (002) 253275 - mrbrown@postoffice.sandybay.utas.edu.au
  354. Stewart C. Russell, 18 Willowbank St., Glasgow, Strathclyde Scotland, G3 6LZ, +44 141 332 1510 - scruss@enterprise.net
  355. Abraham Arellano Avila, Soldado Cabada 17, Barranco, Lima Peru, Lima 4, 51 14 772274 - voyager@mcp.org.pe
  356. Donna Cosgrove, 425 Ash Street, Idaho Falls, Idaho USA, 83402-4036, (208) 529-6871 -- std2206@decit.it.uidaho.edu
  357. Mario Sixtus (Zadoc), Is invloved in electronic music with his band "TILT" and would like to buy a reasonably priced Theremin to incorporate into his music, Huettenstr 146, Duesseldorf, NRW Germany, D-40227, +49-211-784586, Zadoc's Home Page - 101342.3230@compuserve.com
  358. Bradford Roberts, 9300 Carriage Run Circle, Loveland, OH USA, 45140, (513)677-0545 - mrlipid@worldnet.att.net
  359. Dylan Stiles, Considers the Theremin "The best thing to happen to music since the woodwind", and plans to post a web page outlining his Theremin adventures, 80 Arnold Road, Newton Center, MA USA, 02159, (617)965-5951 - dthing@aol.com
  360. Vic Winton, Ty Cerrig, Halkyn, Holywell, Flintshire UK, CH8 8DL, +44 1352 782550 - 106065.3670@compuserve.com
  361. Bill Russell, Once restored old radios and mentions the first schematic in the RCA Service Manual was the Theremin, 3236 Laurel Canyon Road, CA USA, 93105-2016, (805)682-8115 - analog_circuit_designer@msn.com
  362. Ben Schuhart, 21 Beyda Ct, Baltimore, Maryland USA, 21236, (410)612-1525 - benaschu@umd5.umd.edu
  363. M.A. Martin, Has built the Theremax and has the parts for the Moog Electronics unit. Is eagerly awaiting the tube article in the Vacuum Tube Valley, 9-4336 West 10th Ave, Vancouver, BC Canada, V6R 2H7, (604)224-5467 - mam@unixg.ubc.ca
  364. Neums, Has built the Big Briar Etherwave Theremin and would like to know of other such kits, 6 Overhill Road, Verona, New Jersey USA, 07044, (201)857-2689 - empire@pipeline.com
  365. Francisco Yaque, Has been into electronics for many years and now wants to build a Theremin for himself and his son, De La Salud Street, # 71A, Bajos, El Terreno, Palma of Mallorca, Balearic Islands, Spain, 07015, 34 71 731572 - p.yaque@atlas-iap.es
  366. James Bailey, Owns a small Transistor Theremin bought from one of the Techs at the local science museum, "nothing fancy - but it works", 51 Ellerbeck St, Toronto, Ontario Canada, Mk$ 2V2, (416)462-3365 - jbailey@southam.ca
  367. Michael Fugere, Musician (Sax&guitar) by night, Hardware/Software Engineer by day. Wants to build and learn to play his own Theremin and to help promote interest in this unique instrument and its visionary creator, P.O Box 335, 8 Pleasant Street, Hartford, VT USA, 05047,(802)295-0669 - mafugere@Leb1.ra.rockwell.com or 71623.3616@compuserve.com
  368. Laura Taylor, Laura plays the BIG BRIAR ETHERWAVE MODEL for a Tampa-based new-wave band THE BASKERVILS.... She is obsessed with MUSIC OUT OF THE MOON, MUSIC FOR PEACE OF MIND, PERFUME SET TO MUSIC, AND THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL---all of which feature fab theremin sounds...ahhhhh, 3515 W. San Pedro St., Tampa, FL USA, 33629, (813)832-4343 - laura@wusf.usf.edu
  369. Ollie Olsen, 5 Byron St., Elwood, Melbourne, Victoria Australia, 3184, 61 3 9531-6815, Web Page - psy@peg.apc.org
  370. Darragh Hehir, Constructed a software theremin (using a pc mouse for human input) for his final project in college, plays in a reggae band and is considering trying out a theremin in the near future, 198 Custom House Harbour, Dublin 1, Dublin Ireland - eeidhr@eei.ericsson.se
  371. David B Sneddon, plays a variety of instruments and since finding a number of different plans will hopefully get around to building one soon, PO Box 217, Gosnells, Western Australia, Australia, 6110, +61 9 390 4283 - dave@online.olc.com.au
  372. Arthur M. Scholtz, Plays a musical saw and is interested in playing the Theremin, P.O. Box 733, Upton, NY USA, 11973
  373. Anne H. Neset, Is a self described Theremin Enthusiast and is interested in building one, Syrinveien 2, 4022, Stavanger Norway, +47 51 56 02 86
  374. Ryan Smith, 65 Witherspoon St., Dundas, Ontario Canada, L9H 2C4, (905)627-9854 - smithc@networx.on.ca
  375. Phil Alloy, Has been intrigued by Theremin's since he first saw one on a 1960's TV show. He would like to purchase an original unit to compare with the one he is now building, 8463 W Bancroft, Toledo, OH USA, 43617, (419)829-4882 - vallloy@aol.com
  376. Roy Mike Whisenant, Loves the musical application of the Theremin and hopes to build one, 64 Edwards Circle, Laceys Spring, Alabama USA, 35754, (205)498-2700 - whizz@mindspring.com
  377. Russell Mast, Plays an Etherwave in his band, The Napkins, 1460 W. Cortez, Chicago, IL USA, 60622, (773)395-4365 - rmast@cmg.FCNBD.com
  378. Kevin Salger, Having now seen the Theremin live for the first time at the 54th World Science Fiction Convention in Anaheim, he now would like to attempt to build his own. So he's looking for the schematics, 350 Vine St. #5, Glendale, CA USA, 91204, (818)545-1584 - krsalger@csupomona.edu
  379. Murray Smith, Will let us know when he's built his Theremin, 114 Penylan Road, Cardiff, Wales UK, CF2 5HY - murray@morags.demon.co.uk
  380. Adam Fullerton, Rosedene Audio, The Dene, Hindon, Salisbury, Wiltshire UK, SP3 6EE, +44 1747 820 536 - 101364.522@compuserve.com
  381. Thomas A. Bento, 115 Sutherland St. W., Caledonia, Ontario Canada, N3W 1B4, (905)765-2402 - bruised@Interlynx.net
  382. Dr. Richard Montalto, Owns an Etherwave Theremin, Mississippi University for Women, P.O. Box W-70, Columbus, MS USA, 39701, (601)329-7203, Richard's Home Page - rmont@sunmuw1.muw.edu
  383. Myles Raymond, 54 Ravenswood Drive, Shawlands, Glasgow, Strathclyde Scotland, G41 3UH, 0141 632 0423 - 100322.1625@compuserve.com
  384. Joe Reifer, Built & plays a green Big Briar Etherwave Theremin. Sounds good with a wah-wah, whammy pedal, and delay loops. Currently working on repetoire of Albert Ayler songs for the Theremin. Also plays double bass, bass clarinet, and assorted necessities, 1919 Fruitdale Ave, Apt. K-748, San Jose, CA USA, 95128, (408)920-5972, Joe's Place - JReifer@sjmercury.com
  385. Petri Home, Is a student of musicology at the University of Helsinki who is doing a study about Theremin's and warmly welcome's Theremin related info & material, Vetehisenkuja 9 A 33, 00530 Helsinki, Finland, +358-9-753-5204 - Petri.Home@Helsinki.fi
  386. Olivia Mattis, Is a musicologist specializing in the music of Edgard Varese, and has done a significant amount of research on Theremin. Olivia had the rare privilege of interviewing Leon Theremin on his first emergence from Russia in 1989, and again in 1991. (Interview published in Keyboard magazine, Feb.1992, co-authored with Bob Moog.) She also own's an RCA theremin, 211 Springe St., Portland, Maine USA, 04102, (207)828-8770 - olivia@ime.net
  387. Axel Seiler c/c Jordan, Is looking for info on building or buying a Theremin, IHK zu Dortmund, Dortmund, NRW Germany, 44141, 02 352 3572 - Jordan@dortmund.IHK.de
  388. Derek Johnson, Is on the staff of SOUND ON SOUND, the UK's best, biggest and widest read electronic music and recording mag. He's in the process of reviewing two theremins (one from Big Briar, and the other from Longwave Instruments). He's also thinking about buying a PAiA kit - it looks like good value, 1 York Road, Chatteris, Cambridgeshire UK, PE16 6EB - derek.debbie@zetnet.co.uk
  389. Walt Sonnenstuhl, Has have built two Theremin's. One was a tube type built in the early 50's for a high school science project. The second one was built in the early 1960's that he used in his Rock Band "The Sundowners". He plans to build a 20's style using globe type tubes. Would like to talk with anyone that is interested in tube type theramin's, 2510 Walnut Rd NW, Olympia, WA USA, 98502-4110, (360)943-8933 - cnmpat@aol.com
  390. Robbie Dalley, 1312 W 8780 S, West Jordan, UT USA, 84088-9109, (801)255-3116, Robbie's Home Page - robbie.dalley@pobox.com
  391. Carla and Jonah, Have an experimental noise atmosphere ambience type band, Minna Unchi. They are interested in building or purchasing a theremin, you know, cause it's cool. 8000 Archer Ave, Willow Springs, Il USA, 60480, (708)839-1948, Carla & Jonah's Homepage - scrump4@earthlink.net
  392. Jil Christensen, Is co-head of an electronic multimedia performance group out of Bard College. They just built a theremin and are now on a hunt for schematics for any AND ALL analogue equipment that is good. They are also looking for more theremin schematics. P.O. Box 674, Annandale, NY USA, 12504, (914)758-7460 - jc954@bard.edu
  393. Doug Frantz, Has built a Big Briar Etherwave, 2416 Burleson Court #B, Austin, TX USA, 78741, (512)326-2680 - doug@idmp.com
  394. William Kishonti,Has been interested in Theremins since he saw a software emulation of one, on an Atari 520ST computer in 1986. Memories..., 198 Carmichael Ave., Toronto, Ont Canada, M5M 2X3, (416)785-3059, - william@user.rose.com
  395. Valerie Wright, Recently built an Etherwave theremin and is trying to teachherself to play. She got turned on to theremin after seeing a documentary last year. Is particularly interested in hearing other people's tips for learning how to play this thing. 359 11th St., Brooklyn, NY USA, 11215, (718)965-8542 - vaw201@is5.nyu.edu
  396. Henryk Lipp, Mattsonsliden 28, 413 18, Gothenburg Sweden, 46-31-123026 - zikzak@mailbox.hogia.net
  397. N.A. McQuillen, 1107 Elizabeth St. #2, Madison, WI USA, 53703, (608)256-8865, Homepage - mcquillen@midplains.net
  398. Daniel Goodger, Is the Music Technology Coordinator of the East Sussex Academy of Music. Since showing the film 'Theremin - An Electronic Odessy' to his students, he has received several enquiries into how to build a Theremin. Since he would quite like to know himself, he decided to type THEREMIN into Alta Vista and the rest is history. He would like to build and learn to play a Theremin, to a high standard. He is an accomplished pianist and has perfect pitch. 37 King Edward Avenue, Hastings, East Sussex UK, TN34 2NG, +44 1424 716821, Daniel's Hompage - dgoodger@argonet.co.uk
  399. Rusty Aceves, Who's reason for interest stems from his lifelong interest in electronic music, which he also studied in college. 4047 Compton Ct., Livermore, CA USA, 94550, (510)447-3426
  400. Ross Marshall, New Theremin player. Can play classical now---about 8 peices. Also setting up sales for local accessibility. They also have a local L.A. club of theremin players. Lets stay in communication? Theremin info NOT on my web yet. 8055 Lankershim #2, N.Hollywood, CA USA, 91605, (818)504-4135, Plutofilms - plutofilms@earthlink.net
  401. Reid Welch, 3901 Hardie Road, Miami, Florida USA, 33133, (305) 665-4972 - rewe@msn.com
  402. Charles Storm, Fabriksgatan 41 B, Gothenburg Sweden, S-412 51, 46-(0)31-35 81 94, Charles Homepage - fisherman@mailbox.hogia.net
  403. D. Marine, 3626 N Greenview, Chicago, Ill USA, 60613, (312)281-5679 - NachtNebel@aol.com
  404. John Rajca, Likes theremin music and would like to buy a theremin to play with. 786 Ellen Lane, El Cajon, CA USA, 92019, (619)442-5982 - jrajca@cts.com
  405. Bill Swofford, Is in the process of building the PAiA theremin, and would like to learn some more stuff about the theremin. 668 Summer Hill Rd, Guilford, Connecticut USA, 06443, (203)421-4573 - istatici@aol.com
  406. Rod Petak, 310 Sloping Meadow Dr., Spartanburg, SC USA, 29303, (803)949-3575 - petakrap@spark.etnet.gvltec.edu
  407. Frank Reijnen, A friend suggested to me to build a theremin. He want to use it with his music. Roting 13, Wanroij, Brabant Nederland, 5446 WK, +485-452571 - frank__r@dds.nl
  408. Andrew Putman, His interest in the theremin was sparked by accident, while searching through DEVO web pages there was a link to the theremin page, He also had aready heard one on the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion CD "Orange" and didn't even realize that was the machine creating the odd background noises and the mystery picture on the front of the cd was a therry. 311 Cleveland St., Menasha, WI USA, 54952, (414)722-0137 - 102330.3201@Compuserve.com
  409. Dave Stork, Is a musician as well as an electronic technician, experimenter and circuit designer. The theremin is an instrument that appeals to Dave on many levels, both technical and aesthetic. c/o Hudson Valley Sound, 548 Violet Avenue, Hyde Park, NY USA, 12538, (914)485-2118 - dr.distortion@bbs.mhv.net
  410. Bill Swofford, Just built a theremin and would like information about playing method and techniques.He'd love to send money for the bible but is only 15 and has no cash. HELP!!!! 668 Summer HIll Rd., Madison, CT USA, 06443, (203)421-4573 - istatici@aol.com
  411. Rob Myers, What a great Web page! Rob is a recent theremin owner and plans on using it in his band The Mud. He collects instruments from around the world, and electric guitars. 2311 18th St, NW #2, Washington, DC USA, 20009, (202)387-8581 - rob@avamedia.com
  412. Bill Haneman, Is interested in intellectual history and technology, and is an amateur musician. Bill is interested in building a simple theremin (has some prior electronics experience). 8625 Jones Ave NW, Seattle, WA USA, 98117, (206)287-0241, Bill's Homepage - bill@lanzl.com
  413. Neb Rodgers, 3515-C Parkwood Dr., Greensboro, NC USA, 27403, (910)294-1734 - NRodg27403@aol.com
  414. Annette Weiffenbach, Rheingutstr.34/005, 78462 Konstanz, Baden-Württemberg Germany, 78462, 07531-25280 - annette.weiffenbach@uni-konstanz.de
  415. Volker Widmann, Karlsruher Str. 2c, 78467 Konstanz, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, 78467, 07531-72212 - volker.widmann@uni-konstanz.de
  416. Derek Johnson, Is on the staff of SOUND ON SOUND, the UK's best, biggest and widest read electronic music and recording mag. He's in the process of reviewing two theremins (one from Big Briar, and the other from Longwave Instruments). He's also thinking about buying a PAiA kit - it looks like good value. Anyway, as part of his article, he's including a list of good theremin web pages, and yours will be one of them. 1 York Road, Chatteris, Cambridgeshire UK, PE16 6EB - derek.debbie@zetnet.co.uk
  417. Adam Harrington, 5812 N. Fairfield Ave, Chicago, Ill USA, 60659, (773)334-6846 - VMorin7178@aol.com
  418. Doug Frantz, 2416 #B Burleson Court, Austin, TX USA, 78741, (512)326-2680 - doug@idmp.com
  419. Sara Stewart, 15-20575 wye Rd., Sherwood Park, Alta. Canada, T8G 1H1, (403)922-2621 - bstewart@oanet.com
  420. Phil Memmer, Owns a Big Briar Etherwave. 7105 Reynolds St., Pittsburgh, PA USA, 15208, (412)241-6768 - mr77@andrew.cmu.edu
  421. Bill Scott, 12562 Richards Rook Lane, Jacksonville, FL USA, 32246, (904)221-2591 - WJScott@worldnet.att.net
  422. Michel Jolivet, Is very excited about the Theremin, 130 South 202nd Street, Des Moines, WA USA, 98198, (206)824-4285 - M.Jolivet@he.net
  423. Pat Styles, 421 Bellevue Ave. E #601, Seattle, WA USA, 98102, (206)322-5580 - pstyles@msn.com
  424. Justin Montag, 20460 west 159th st., Olathe, Ks USA, 66062, (913)829-3746 - j.montag@juno.com
  425. Harald Staun, Winterstraße 15, München, Germany, D - 81543, +49/89/668801 - hsta@traxxx.de
  426. Derek Johnson, Is on the staff of SOUND ON SOUND, the UK's best, biggest and widest read electronic music and recording mag. He's in the process of reviewing two theremins (one from Big Briar, and the other from Longwave Instruments). Derek is also thinking about buying a PAiA kit - it looks like good value, 1 York Road, Chatteris, Cambridgeshire UK, PE16 6EB - derek.debbie@zetnet.co.uk
  427. James Backhouse, 135 Charmouth Road, Herts England, AL1 4SG, (UK) 01727 854644 - hcum2@sussex.ac.uk
  428. Michael Scott, "Man or Astroman" is the only musical group who he knows of that uses the Theremin exclusively on stage with every performance. He believes they should be included in the Home Page with musical playback!!! Tesla Coil is almost as cool but not quite....., 917 S.E. 4th Ave, Gainesville, Florida USA, 32601, (352)378-0265 - Charnel@dkeep.com
  429. Joe Beyer, 333 E 14th ST. #14B, New York, NY USA, 10003, (212)358-0910 - jbeyer@pipeline.com
  430. Kurt Ruschiensky, 3925 University Rm 305, Montreal, Quebec Canada, H3A 2B7, (514)398-3010 ext825 - bz79@mcgill.musicb.ca
  431. Erin Cooper, 74 Deergrove Cresent, Regina, Saskatchewan Canada, S4S 4M1, (306)586-1290 - p.cooper@sk.sympatico.ca
  432. Jim Whalen, Is very interested in the Theremin and would like to learn all he can about it. He would eventually like to get one when he can afford it, 17332 S. Oak Park Ave., Apt. 2N, IL USA, 60477, (708)633-8350
  433. Harri Kankaanpää, Harri built his Theremax from scratch (it took only five months), using partly recycled components and self-made coils. He hopes to play the instrument in Antarctica some day, Tunnelitie 2 A 11, Helsinki Finland, 00320, +358 9 241 5870 - Kankaanpaa@fimr.fi
  434. Mr. James Page, Is interested in "purchasing a Theremin quite like the one used during Led Zeppelin's live stage performances in the 1970s". James is also "interested in acquiring further scholarly written texts, manuscripts, articles, or e-mails on the Theremin.", Suffolk England, IP27 9PN - sonicremaster@hotmail.com
  435. Barney Murray, Doesn'tt have any experience with theremins... but is planning to build one and is always looking for new ways to make noise, 12030 Dixfield, Dallas, TX USA, 75218, (214)340-7475 - bmurray@mailhost.tcs.tulane.edu
  436. Joseph Tiritilli, Awaiting delivery of a Theremax kit...Nerdy Paul has been alerted, and has his soldering iron warming up., P.O.Box # 4132, Deerfield Beach, Fla. USA, 33442, (954)428-4817 - JOEYJET@PRODIGY.COM
  437. Darren Jensen, Would like to know more about the history of the theremin. also of any hotspots in Minnesota members may know about, 5331 Reed Place, White Bear Lake, Minnesota USA - sir387@he.net
  438. Dan Weinstock, 134 Maxwell Ave, Geneva, NY USA, 14456, (315)789-1515 - weindan@hws.edu
  439. Jeff Browning, Very happy to have found TECI. First heard theremin while in school studying electronic music. Interested in building his own. "Thanks for the info!", 700 N. Paulina Ave. #B, CA USA, 90277, (310)318-6476 - JCBrowning@aol.com
  440. Sampo Kolkki, Wants pictures and reviews on commercial and kit-theremins. Which sound the best, Töölönkatu 50, Helsinki Finland, FIN-00250, +358-0-448446 - skolkki@freenet.fi
  441. Mark Zimmerman, "Glad I found you guys!", 363 Van Gordon, 13-270, Lakewood, Colorado USA, 80228, (303)279-2255, ZIM - mzimmerman@procard.com
  442. Stephen Mayor, Build a tube version of a Theremin in 1961 while stationed in Alaska. Got the plans from an Electronic Project magazine. It uses a crystal for a fixed oscillator with the variable oscillator connected to the antenna. Has also built another which was transistor, but it never worked as well as the tube version. He still has them both and the plans although he would have to look for them., P.O. Box 77, Reedsville, West Virginia USA, 26547-0077, (304)864-3770 - samayor@westco.net
  443. Harry Kaffee, "Nice to have friends-Greetings from Germany-Harry, the incredible Theremin bean, Love bean", Grünhof 14, Essen, NRW Germany, 45134, 00 492 014 73019, www.heureka.de - agency@heureka.de
  444. Glenn Utsch, Used a Moog theremin in his electronic music course at Pembroke State University in North Carolina from 1988-90. During that time, He had Bob Moog come to the University to present a lecture, at which time he played the instrument. He also knew Steve Martin and Clara Rockmore in New York and have been following developments in their careers. He is currently teaching music technology at Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania and is trying to stimulate interest in alternate controllers such as the theremin, Music Department, Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, PA USA, 16057, (412)738-2437 - glenn.utsch@sru.edu
  445. Mark Duncan, His interest in the theremin began with a game of Balderdash, (The game with the funky-obscure vocabulary) that featured "theramin" as a question. Lo and behold, someone in his group actually knew what it was and described it to him including pantomime. Last week, he saw a spot on CNN about the Theremin and the documentary. He was no longer amused, He was amazed. His interest in the club is simply an interest in learning more about this intriguing instrument. He is extremely eager to play one, and possibly to construct one., 448 Landfair Ave, Los Angeles, CA USA, 90024, (310)824.5008 - mfduncan@ucla.edu
  446. Alexei Blinov, Father, brother, and he worked in the SKB Prometei, in Kazan, now for some years, him and his partner Vladimir Grafov developed different machines dedicated to music and dance, image and sound, and lots more..., Monkridge 4, Crouch End Hill N8 8DE, London UK, N8 8DE, +44(0)1813475271, www.blin.demon.co.uk - alexi@blin.demon.co.uk
  447. Mark Chaplin, Is new to the Theremin and is soon look forward to building his own..., 96 Suffolk Rd., Island Park, New York USA, 11558, (518)431-1994 - alveesingr@aol.com
  448. Rich Griffith, Is the lead guitar player for the surf band The Balboas, he recently purchased a ehterwave kit from Big Briar and plans to incorporate it into the band, he'd enjoy hearing from other surf enthusiasts who play the theremin, 55 Merriman Rd., Akron, Ohio USA, 44303, (330)434-7346 - rlg1@akron.edu
  449. Les Fonk, is interested in building a Theremin, 12761 West 21 St., Zion, Illinois USA, 60099, (847)746-4682 - lfonk@aol.com
  450. Anthony Landberg, remembers seeing a Theremin at some club when he was younger, wants more info, 531 Hall Avenue, Birchwood, MN USA, 55110, (612)429-7326 - www.uwrf.edu/~al51 - al51@uwrf.edu
  451. Brett Lembke, 4719 Stonetop Drive, Monroeville, Pennsylvania USA, 15146, (412)373-1341 - brett_lembke@ccmail.sgo.sony.com
  452. Dobbin Buck, has been a musician for 23 of his 31 years, main instrument is guitar but has recently purchased a Theremin and wants to help promote the use of this fine fine instrument, 21 Main St., North Bennington, Vermont USA, 05257-0631, (802)447-1957, www.exhibitron.com/sfb - dobbuck@sover.ne
  453. Joerg Junger, Dammgasse 8, Konstanz, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, 78462, +7531-29956 - j.junger@h-und-p.de
  454. Michael L. Huggins, Has always loved the wonderful and ethereal sounds of the theremin, thought it was something about which he could never find any info, the other day on TV a show about the Theremin (on Discovery channel) revealed the number of web pages devoted to the theremin, here he is! And, delighted!, 503 Lischey Avenue, Nashville, TN USA, 37207-5106, (615)262-2182 - michael.huggins@mcmail.vanderbilt.edu
  455. Steve Pallow, 1245 N. Vine St., #403, Hollywood, CA USA, 90038, (213)466-9880 - magnum40@EARTHLINK.COM
  456. Regina Foster, is a high school physics instructor at a technical school, has a student who is interested in building a theremin for a state contest project, is especially interested in any simplified version available that he could possibly construct, P. O. Box 592, Davenport, USA, 74026, (918)352-2551 - foster@brightok.net
  457. Joseph Tiritilli, is practicing on his Etherwave from Big Briar, 4116 Northwest First Street, Deerfield Beach, Florida USA, 33442-8033, (954)428-4817 - JoeyJet@Prodigy.Com
  458. Marc A. Hermann, At 14 years old, hopes to continue the Theremin tradition. He uses the Etherwave set from Big Briar, 245 Henry St. #1E, Brooklyn, NY USA, 11201-4227, (718)875-9492 - MaHermann@packer.edu
  459. Somer Waters, Has built a Theremin and is interested in pieces for the theremen, is pursuing interests in a gesture controlling body suit for dancers to make music. If you have any information that relates to either please contact Somer, 14 Black Rock Tpke., Redding, Connecticut USA, 06896, (203)938-5633 - MWaters511@aol.com
  460. Kristian Rosentrater, Is currently involved in several experimental music projects and they are interested in incorporating the theremin into live shows, 7152 Fair Oaks #1006, Dallas, TX USA, 75231, (214)629-0113 - jdpyle@aol.com
  461. John Paul Bowersock, is very interested in the Theremin and is looking to build his own, 46 Duffield Stree, Brooklyn, NY USA, 11201, (718)858-7607 - kbowersock@hoflink.com
  462. Andrew J. McCarty, 4840 41st Ave S.W, Seattle, WA USA, 98116, (206)932-0507 - andros@andros.seanet.com
  463. Rod Campbell, Has completed the construction of a Big Briar Etherwave Theremin and is enjoying immensely learning to play "the worlds most difficult instrument". He plans to scratch build a theremin now that he knows how they are supposed to operate, Briarwood Street, Carindale, Queensland Australia, 4152, +61 418 62 1111 - rodcam@enternet.com.au
  464. Daniel Frank, moderately desperately seeking plans to make his own, 347 Main Street, Plainfield, MA USA, 01070, (413)634-0324 - DFRANK5460@aol.com
  465. Andrew Coleman, 8424-A Santa Monica Blvd. #233, Los Angelas, CA USA, 90069, (213)650-0998 - AndrewDav@aol.com
  466. Lisa Bush, First heard theremin on Beach Boys' songs; saw the band Experimental Audio Research perform with one recently. is a student of radio/ TV/film at Texas Christian University...would like to buy a moog and build a theremin, TCU Box 293794, Fort Worth, Texas USA, 76129, (817)920-3684, http://delta.is.tcu.edu/~labush - labush@delta.is.tcu.edu
  467. Piotr F. Dubiel, is a design student who is well... curious about building and playing his own Theremin, Is hoping my utter inability to play music (as manifested on drums and guitar) will allow me to make some interesting or significant sounds. He is looking for plans/schematics/information, 8 Cymbeline Dr., Nepean, Ont. Canada, K2H 7Y1, (613)829-8309 - ap647@freenet.carleton.ca
  468. N. McClure, 2100 - 1111 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C. Canada, V7X 1K9, (604)661-7511 - mcclure@travelin.com
  469. Mike Young, is interested in building a Theremin. Looking for parts and different schematics for constructing one, 527 Eastlake Ave. E., Apt# 108, Seattle, WA USA, 98109, (206)623-9871 - gpilot152@aol.com
  470. Johan Ekelund, ilstensvagen 36, Taby Sweden, 18733, +46-8-6110204 - oakland@pi.se
  471. Richard Ellis, very interested in playing a Theremin in his band. send any information on new items, midi Theremins etc, 198 A East Blithedale Ave., Mill Valley, CA USA, 94941, (415)389-1311, www.microweb.com/amazing - amazing@microweb.com
  472. Norbert Rohowski, theremin fan since captain beefheart's "safe as milk", owning only a small pitch only theremin, is now trying to build one with his son, Raintalerstr. 8, Munich, Bavaria Germany, 81539, 089695319 - rohowski.n@metronet.de
  473. Jim Bunkelman, is very interested in the Theremin and has been since I heard "Good Vibrations" in 1966, would like to eventually build one, and is looking for all the info he can find, 2240 Cahuenga Blvd., Hollywood, CA USA, 90068, (213)469-0466, www.galateapro.com/visual - j4b@galateapro.com
  474. Darlene Pearson, wants to find out all she can about the Theremin, was just introduced to it and played with one at the Seatle Science Center, 2152 North 112th #316, Seattle, WA USA, 98133, (206)368-2989 - dpear25867@aol.com
  475. Craig Sellen, RR.1 Box 1038 Waymart, PA USA - 18472-1038
  476. David H. Butler, Has built a replica 1929 Theremin using Bob Moog's valve (tube) version on similar sized chassis with the RCA floor standing cabinet, Little Orchard, The Avenue, Hitchen,Hertfordshire, SG4 9RQ UK, tel 01462 432813
  477. Freddie Tane, P.O. Box 3287, New Haven, CT USA, 06515, (203)387-0262 - freddie.tane@snet.net
  478. Gideon Stocek, is looking to build his own Theremin, 2032 NW Everett Apt 4, Portland, OR USA, 97209, (503)226-4765 - gideons@marlboro.edu
  479. Carolyn Shaffer, University of Wisconsin/Wendt Library, 215 N. Randall Ave., Madison, WI USA, 53706, (608)265-3836 - cskfw@doit.wisc.edu
  480. Bryan Lowe, wants one! plays musical saw now...poorly, 3827 N.E. 94th, Seattle, WA USA, 98115, (206)522-3572, woweb.norshore.wednet.edu - blowe29@idt.net
  481. Nick Cinquino, designs Theremin circuits and has had a Theremin design article published in Popular Electronics August 1996. This design features digital IC circuitry and utilizes a "metal toilet tank float as an antenna", 116 Mendon Lane, Schaumburg, IL USA - 60193
  482. Gary Bogue, as a nerdy kid, read about the Theremin in the electronics magazines, mostly in articles written by Bob Moog. Inspired him to win a couple science fairs with electronic instruments of my own design. Later met Moog in Ithaca (Dan Berrigan celebration). While he lived in Atlanta, became aware that he'd moved to NC, but never established contact while in the south, Tonight 2/22/97 saw the Theremin film at the Dryden Theatre (of the George Eastman House museum and film archive), followed by a concert by James Coleman, TEIC member #32. Very exciting. Considering getting born-again. (BTW, also have a friend back in Atlanta who plays the Onde Martinot), 91 Hampden Road, Rochester, NY USA, 14610, (716)482-8602 - gbogue@concentric.net
  483. Huibert Boon, E.Wolffstraat 57, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1053 TS, +31-20-6183072 - huibert@xs4all.nl
  484. Nick Crews, is currently attempting to replicate steel-guitar licks on the theremin because a) there's more money playing the Country bar band circuit, and 2) it looks cool as hell playing theremin while wearing a cowboy hat, 35 Sheldon Terrace, Rochester, NY USA, 14619, (716)235-7231 - nickcrew@netacc.net
  485. Bob Pearson, Was one of the original 5 members, but was accidently forgotten when the list went online as he wasn't on the internet himself until recently, played in a band with Nos.1 & 2 (2nd in a battle of the bands 10 years ago), presently doing artwork for FLYING MACHINES PRESS, 1332 Summit Ave, Prince Rupert, BC Canada, V8J 3W7, (250)627-7140 - bpearson@kaien.com
  486. Michael Greene, 1520 Omineca Ave., Prince Rupert, BC Canada, V8J 2C1, (250)624-2030 - mgreene@mail.kaien.com
  487. Shizuka Pye, Shiki Haimu 205, Honcho 2-6-10, Shiki, Saitama Japan, 353, Japan + 48 4769023 - zardoz@sainer.or.jp
  488. Mike Firis, currently has a Theremax and is considering an Etherwave, maybe play two at once. Try it through a Vox wah-wah pedal, you'll love it, "Clara is GOD! ", If anyone knows of any other Clara Rockmore recordings other than "the Art of Theremin", please E-mail, 2671 Belvidere Ave SW, Seattle, WA USA, 98126, (206)932-1502 - Vladimir@Isomedia.com
  489. Dave Blanchard, Collector of musical instruments for 30 years. Dosn't yet own a theremin, fascinated by the prospect, however, Interested in locating fellow hobbyists in Portland area, 232 S.E. 71st Ave., Portland, Oregon USA, 97206, (503)774-2880 - Dave_Blanchard@pmug.org
  490. Tom Hoffman, A friend and he are building a Theremin for an electronic music class, Box 342 Carroll College, 1601 N. Benton Ave., Helena, MT USA, 59625-0002, (406)447-4537 - hoffman@mcn.net
  491. Sioux Free, has a Big Briar Etherwave theremin, 68 Oakwood St.,, Asheville, NC USA, 28806, (704)251-5826 - Gabifree@aol.com
  492. Christopher S. Nibley, Big Briar Etherwave Theremin with Longwave Instruments MCV1a midi/cv interface, 12718 Valley Spring Lane, Studio City, CA USA, 91604, (818)509-0613, www.nibley.com - chris@nibley.com
  493. Jason Green, Is interested in possibly building one of these as a class project, 400 S. College, Columbia, Missouri USA, 65201, (573)882-3492 - c677000@showme.missouri.edu
  494. Sean Dougherty, joined this because he'd like to learn how to build a Theremin (even though he hasn't a clue about electronics], 4027 Maple Tree Dr., Anaheim, CA USA, 92807, (818)796-2950 - doughert@artcenter.edu
  495. Robb Pearsall, 7800 A - Picnic Woods Rd., Middletown, Maryland USA, 21769, (301)371-6467 - Skitty@aol.com
  496. Fridrich Weber, Muehlenbreite 1, Ebergoetzen Germany, 37136, +49 5507 91426 - FHB.Weber@t-online.de
  497. Brian Reed, interested in building a terpsitone and theremins. Ideas and plans needed, 7517 Hauser, Lenexa, Kansas USA, 66216, - (913)268-7182
  498. Ken Miller, (510)797-2138 - kmiller@home.com
  499. Clyde R. Vaughn, his hobby is electronics and he needs to know where to purchase parts for construction of my own theremin. he now owns an old Gulbranson organ which he restored and would like to try building a Theremin, 1110 Roaring Springs, Allen, Texas USA, 75002, (972)727-5251 - CVaughn959@aol.com
  500. Bryan Leenheer, 156 W. 19th. Street, Holland, Michigan USA, 49423, (616)355-6164 - scope@triton.net
  501. Chris O'Brien, just ordered a Theremin from Big Briar and is patiently awaiting it's arrival, 17 Pitman St., Somerville, MA USA, 02143, (617)666-4172 - cob@tiac.net
  502. Ron Choy, has been an amateur musician all his life. Was music major in college, main instrument piano, been playing harp 3 yrs., dabble at all others, has played total 20 minutes theremin, on old tube model mahogany wood console (?)GE? (?)RCA has not played modern instrument with tone and other controls, bought theremin recordings back in '40s when teenager. All records now long gone (sigh), 2485 Donegal Avenue, South San Francisco, CA USA, 94080, (415)876-7136 - ronchoy@aol.com
  503. Robert C. Erwood, dad planned to build a Theremin back in 1947 but it's still on list, has a number of musician friends and they were interested in it so he checked it out on the internet ... thus here, high school teacher (physics/Chem) and Amateur Radio (K9AAU), 5140 S. Woodlawn Ave. Apt 105, Chicago, Illinois USA, 60615, (773)752-9703, www.mcs.com/~erwood/home.html - erwood@mcs.com
  504. Jim MacKenzie, 608-1255 Commissioners Road West, London, Ontario Canada, N6K 3N5, (519)657-4097, www.lonet.ca/res/jammac - jim-mac@julian.uwo.ca
  505. Enrique Godino, has recently seen Jon Spencer´s Theremin in action...UUUAAAUUUUHHH!!!!, Serrano 222, Madrid Spain, 28016, 564 97 23 - delta@dir.etsit.upm
  506. Eric Kapke, intrested in construction of a Theremin and loves the sounds that it produces, 18500 Harvest Lane, Brookfield, Wisconsin USA, 53045, (414)784-0591 - kapk0001@tc.umn.edu
  507. Mark Peranson, 465 Lytton Blvd., Toronto, Ontario Canada, M5N 1S5, (416)783-3222 - peranson@interlog.com
  508. Ericson Smith, 863 St. John's Place, Apt 3R, Brooklyn, NY USA, 11216, (718)735-0887 - esconsult@juno.com
  509. Martin Robinson, has begun to build a theremin from the 1974 plans, but is having problems getting it to work!, 9 Rutland Rd., Altrincham, Cheshire UK, WA14 4HW, +44 161 928 9373 - m.robinson@virgin.net
  510. David Hildebrand, 3463 North Knoll Dr., Hollywood, CA USA, 90068, (213)876-1691, www.syndicate.net - dave@sundial.syndicate.net
  511. Helena Ivanell & Mattias Svahn, have recently seen Steven Martin's documentary, they are totally amazed, Helena is studying scriptwriting and Mattias is totally obsessed with the idea of making a script based on the amazing life of Leon Theremin, in short: they´re big fans, Fleminggatan 101, Stockholm Sweden, 11245, +46 8 653 79 11 - leda-svan@swipnet.se
  512. Ronnie Qualls, 601 Johnson, Pasadena, TX USA, 77506, (713)472-7630 - Midi.Penny@aol.com
  513. Ross McGinnis, holds an MA in percussion from the University of Illinois, CU, has seen the Teremin performed only on vedeo and film, he would like to build or purchase one and learn how to play. Right now his main inst. is steel drum, 415 N. Stockton Ave., Ripon, CA USA, 95366, (209)599-7646 - wytboy300@aol.com
  514. Jennifer Keekaju, In her younger years she was to be an exotic dancer. An eccentric professor insisted that she danced within a sound producing contraption based on the same concept as a Theremin. One of her (many) boyfreinds was a percussionist and although she hates him now he did inspire her to learn more about this curious instrument. She taken up the hurdy gurdy, accordion, spoons and didgeridoo and would like to add the theremin to my assortment of musical endeavors, P.O. box 2435, Avalon, CA USA, 90704, (310) 510 2178 - jennifer@catalinas.net
  515. Erik Stormer, Tvetenveien 253, 0675 Oslo Norway, 22321779 - erst@tdata.no
  516. Anthony Catalano, believes an offshoot of Theremin technology was the metal detector, this was a very important tool in WW2 for detecting mines, the idea of mixing the frequencies of a reference oscillator and another one able to be upset by an external coupling force is key to it's function, the radar detector is also a kind of Theremin but the shift is due to the doppler effect and not capacitance. A "tone" translating to speed is produced, part of his main page has a corner dedicated to Theremin and Nikola Tesla, Anthony was a WW2W ham operator, 9615 Shore Rd. apt 1D, Brooklyn, NY USA, 11209, (718)833-2509, www.pipeline.com/~acatalan/ - acatalan@pipeline.com
  517. Rachel Renee Huntington, she loves the Theremin! Last summer she was a student at the Kentucky Governor's Scholars Program. In her music major they built theremins and performed in a 16 theremin orchestra. "It was so great.", She even wrote her senior term paper on Leon Theremin. " Theremins rock!", 165 Countrywood Place, Bowling Green, KY USA, 42101-9612 - (502)781-1928
  518. Paul Perine, 5 Mulyan Ave., Carlingford, NSW Australia, 2118 - pperine@tpgi.com.au
  519. Sabrina Austin, would like information about performances scheduled in Northern California and the Pacific Northwest, 2861 California Street, San Francisco, CA USA, 94115, (415)249-5253 - saustin@montgomery.com
  520. Russell McKaig, has an RCA Theremin Model AR-1264. can anyone tell him where the serial number may be located and where he can purchase vacuum tubes, specifically 2 pcs. UX-171, 22 Aintree Cr., Brampton, Ontario Canada, L6T 2T3, (905)793-0806 - tm@sympatico.ca
  521. Dave Mourad, the first international Theremin festival shall be occuring June-16-21, 1997 in Portland, Maine., The Richardson Building, 942 Main Street, Hartford, Connecticut USA, 06103, (860)246-4829, www.neglect.com - nnnnnn@neglect.com
  522. Robert Edlund, first heard Theremin from the TV-programme "Theremin: An Electronic Oddysey", is very interested in the Theremin and would like to learn all he can about it, member of the band "Jörgen Edlund Band"., P O Box 4060, Örnsköldsvik Sweden, S-891 41, home2.swipnet.se/~w-26015/theremin.html - re@swipnet.se
  523. Sharman and Rich Gans, they own a theremin that Rich built from one of Bob Moog's kits, 138 Sleepy Hollow Road, Briarcliff Manor, NY USA, 10510, (914)944-0618 - spropp@aol.com
  524. Wilco Botermans, first Dutch Theremin Homepage, at the moment only in dutch, will be ready early June 1997, has had an Etherwave since Easter, and he'd like to talk to other players for hints, tips and maybe lessons, Ferguutplaats 5, Amersfoort, Utrecht Netherlands, 3813 EK, (0)33-4700409, www.hku.nl/public/~wilco/~ntp - wilco.botermans@student-kmt.hku.nl
  525. George Wallace, 2207 Teresa Dr., Savannah, Georgia USA, 31406, (912)354-3946 - wallacge@pirates.armstrong.edu
  526. Bob Greenberg, 1979 Gillis Falls Road, Woodbine, Maryland USA, 21797, (410)549-3036
  527. Tobias Resch, Theremin's Rule, Lillakersv. 2, Sweden, +46-8-7673083
  528. Bill Zuerner, Is a a new enthusiast, has just ordered his first Theremin from Big Briar (Etherwave). Is looking for teachers in the San Francisco-East Bay area, Benicia, CA USA, 94510, (707)745-5631 - Balaram@ix.netcom.com
  529. Alan Smason, Has been in love with the theremin since first hearing of it and seeing a mention of the movie about Theremin and Clara Rockmore. Already own the Clara Rockmore Delos CD and is interested now in purchasing a completed kit so that he may begin to play one of my own. He would appreciate hearing from anyone who can recommend why one kit is preferable over another. He wants to make the right decision, but is not as technically adept as others and so building his own kit may be out of consideration. Thanks for your help, 3810 Nashville Ave., New Orleans USA, 70125, (504)865-1248 - ans03@gnofn.org
  530. Andy Karlok, Has been playing the Theremin for a year. Built it left handed{a Bob Moog kit}, 840 Alling Road, Orange, CT USA, 06477, (203387-6813 - AKarlok@aol.com
  531. Laura Ogar, 422 Third Street #1, Brooklyn, NY USA, 11215, (718)832-5744 - logar@compuserve.com
  532. Mark Holley, is a a Theremin owner and player, uses a Theremax, 8196 Holly Oak Street, Citrus Heights, CA USA, 95610, (916)725-4103, rockweb.com/sedona - mholley@earthlink.net
  533. Eric Basta, Chicago, IL USA, 60615 - ebasta@interaccess.com
  534. Captain Eli Stormfield, 680 Saddlehorn Dr., Incline Village, Nevada USA, 89451, (702)831-1600 - epenguin@juno.com
  535. Rob Schober, looking for thereminists in Pensacola or nearby? Has recently purchased an Etherwave from Moog, and is currently trying to assemble a customized transparent (plexi-glass) cabinet for it, 9712 Shadow Wood Dr., Pensacola, Escambia, Florida USA, 32514, (904)479-3810 - schobersan@worldnet.att.net
  536. Kevin Connor, Is a new Theremenist who just got his Etherwave last week, but has been involved in electronic music for the past ten years. Somehow he had never gotten around to building one. Kevin designs audio DSP algorithms and devices for voice and music networks. Right now, he's with Cisco Systems, Inc. in the San Francisco Bay Area, and would love to meet other Theremin players in the region. His interests include using the Theremin with outboard effects, vocoders, and MIDI sound sources. he'd like to see more of that on the Web, and also, info from members on playing and tuning techniques. Keep up the good work, 170 West Tasman Drive, San Jose, CA USA, 95134, (408)527-0447 kconnor@cisco.com
  537. Nick Blackburn, has always wanted a Theremin, since reading about them in the 60s, had no idea until he seached the Web that there was so much interest in them. He will probably have to build one and am looking forward to help, advice and support from the many enthusiasts who clearly exist, 24 Ladysmith Rd., Eltham, London England, SE9 5BN, 0181 333 2843 - blackrat@bogo.co.uk
  538. Jon Kostal, Is interested in buying his own theremin soon, 115 N Roslyn Rd., Westmont, IL USA, 60559, (630)971-1495, www.ecn.bgu.edu/users/cujk3/icvhome.html - cujk3@pen.eiu.edu
  539. Patrick J. Salamun, P.O. Box 50602, Kalamazoo, Michigan USA, 49005, (616)323-8537 - woodkeys@aol.com
  540. John Mandelberg, Is a documentary film maker and Russia-ophile, has been interested in Lev Termen for over 20 years. Had planned to makle a film about him 10 years ago, cest la vie. Is looking for copies of Soviet Faustus in Russian, 103 Pebbly Hill Road, Maraylya, NSW Australia, 2765, +61+45+73 6374 - sweetwood@s055.aone.net.au
  541. Larry McLean, Who could forget the music in the scary movie late at night on a black and white tv? Larry would like to buy/make a theremin, 80 Bertmount Ave., Toronto, Ont. Canada, M4M 2X9, (416)466-7640 - lmclean@inforamp.net
  542. Scott Rone, P.O. Box 1280, University, MS USA, 38677, (601)234-7982 - srone@olemiss.edu
  543. Tobias Resch, First heard of the Theremin by listening Zeppelin's "The Song remains The Same, has seen the documentary on Leon Theremin on Swedish TV, wants to build a Thermin and is looking for schematic's etc., recommends the CD by "The Lehtisalon Family" which features Theremins and modular synth's, Lillåkersvägen 2 (BV), 181 48 Lidingö, Sweden, +8-7673083
  544. Santi Fernández Bermúdez, Hello from Spain to the all members of the SUPERTHERMINCLUB, C/Mallorca 180, 3º 2a., Barcelona Spain, 08036, (343)451-7082 - flat1902@nexus.rednsi.com
  545. Russell Thomas, Saw the Theremin : An electric oddessy on his local independent TV station. Was instantly hooked and called his girlfriend in and made her watch it with him. When recently in London, a cab driver told him to go to the Camden Markets as there was great clothes there. He also mentioned this guy playing this instrument that was echoing throughout the catacombs. After going to the markets he finally found Tony from No1 Electronics. and talked with him for hours. Russell bought one of his theremins and as soon as he got back to Australia, found a plan for a digital theremin and made it. It only had a pitch adjustment and the volume was controlled through a rotary switch. His band is practicing as much as possible to try and use it in their music, 8/25 The Esplanade, Cronulla, Sydney, NSW Australia, 2230, 61 2 9523 7873 - rust@edl.com.au
  546. Aaron Gustafson, has been a fan of the Theremin for quite some time and recently built an Etherwave, likes the sound at the higher end but says it fails to emit a nice smooth sine wave at the lower end, is planning to build a cherry top cabinet of his own design, 2352 Springs Landing Blvd., Longwood, Florida USA, 32779, (407)862-9578 - fritzmag@aol.com
  547. Mattias Petersson, Studies music composition and sometimes plays the piano. Loves electronic music and electronic instruments and has recently bought a Big Briar Etherwave. He warmly welcome information about playing-techniques, general Theremin-info and other cool stuff that might be of interest, Alsborg, 57491 Vetlanda, Sweden, +46 383 15590 - mattias.petersson@arvika.mail.telia.com
  548. Randall Ainsworth, Just finished building a theremin from PAIA. First saw one back in the late 60's and has searched for years to find one. He can see that it will take some technique to handle it, but intends to practice enough so that he can play a song in church. That should freak them out. :-), Randall already plays guitar & bass but recognizes that he'll need to develop a better sense of pitch and control, 605 West Wishkah, WA USA, 98520-6031, (360)533-6647, http://www.techline.com/~rag - rag@techline.com
  549. Jason Lee, 401-C Beverly Ave., Morgantown, WV USA, 26505, (304)292-7089 - jlee4@wvu.edu
  550. Ruud Olsson, Owns an Etherwave Theremin and would like to get in touch with other "beginners" or more experienced thereminists in The Netherlands (meetings etc.) or anywhere (via email), Heemskerklaan 5, Breugel, NB The Netherlands, NL5694CN, 0031-449-471180 - olsson@iaehv.nl
  551. Bridget Carroll, 334 W. Medlock Drive, #D-103, Phoenix, AZ USA, 85013, (602)264-7009 - harv@primenet.com
  552. Paul F. Perry, 56 Neill St., Carlton, Victoria Australia, 3053, 3.9415.8380 - pfperry@melbpc.org.au
  553. Don Pierson, built his first theremin from a hobbiest's package of components and a schematic that was in the included book. That was in the very early '60s (or maybe even the late '50s when he was about ten years old). Later in the '60s he built a Southwest Technical Products theremin from their kit though it never worked very well. Has built an Etherwave theremin and sold the SWTP theremin to Jason Barile of the Theremin Homepage, who hopefully has gotten it to work by now. Jast week his new series 91A arrived, which is #7 of the last 10 built and, as far as he knows, the only one of the last ten to be done with a special finish. Now all he needs to do is learn music and how to play! 5485 Club Drive, San Jose, CA USA, 95127-1602, pc@accesscom.com
  554. Gregory A Meleney, Absolutely loves the theremin, mentions he is very "theremin illiterate." , he wishes to purchase a theremin and learn it, so any helpful information would be greatly appreciated, 800 1/2 Adams St., Quincy, Illinois USA, 62301, 217 222 1692
  555. Martin Norberg, Has a Theremin based on the Paia Theremax kit, with his own custom made housing and antennae. Uses it in experimantal rock music, Ockerogatan 5, Gothenburg Sweden, S-41452 mano0025@student.gu.se
  556. Diane Fobes, If you live in the Seattle, WA area, Diane would like to play with someone else, has two Theremax's, one's for sale, 909 SW Langston Road, Renton, WA USA, 98055 - fobes@gte.net
  557. Jason Lee, 401-C Beverly Ave., Morgantown, West Virginia USA, 26505, (304)292-7089 - jlee4@wvu.edu
  558. Tobias Stal, Is very interest in Theremins. Has built a tube theremin and is working on a digital-MIDI variant, Duvedalen 6049, Degerfors Sweden, SE-693 91, +46 911 91 401 - tobias-s@p1.sr.se
  559. Gordon Emerson, 198 Lawrence St., New Haven, CT USA, 06511, (203)562-0243 - beethoven.198@worldnet.att.net
  560. Thomas LeMense Is interested in Theremins -- mostly building them, somewhat in playing them, he's an RF Engineer, so the "technology of the therry shouldn't be difficult for me to digest", 33025 West Chicago, Livonia, MI USA, 48150, (248)615-7822 - lemenst@fhsmtp.fh.trw.com
  561. Jeff Johnson, Currently building an analog theremin - a friend had one and he was always fascinated by it, 17423 Landon Oaks Dr., Houston, TX USA, 77095-1141, (281)855-9917 - kc5awj@stevens.com
  562. Maury Atmore, 10167 Jamestown St., Ventura, CA USA, 93004-3755, (805)659-4771 - c44mga@worldnet.att.net
  563. Phil Lang, 2604 Soapstone Drive, Reston, Virginia USA, 20191-3717, (703)476-4854 - spritely@bellatlantic.net
  564. Jon Bernhardt, plays in a band called Lothars that features three Theremins and a guitar, web.mit.edu/jonb/www/bands/lothars.html - jonb@turntable.mit.edu
  565. William B. "Skip" Freely, Is an electrical engineer, with a specialty in high power microwave. Lately a Program Manager for Caltech in solar astronomy, developing a radio telescope for the Air Force. Hasn't done much circuit design lately, but understands the Theremin and beating of two oscillators together very well. Also has an interest in baroque and early classical music, and all instruments, 1807 Port Wheeler Place, Newport Beach, CA USA, 92660-662907, (714)640-8257 / home, (818)395-8415 / office - sfreely@usa.net
  566. Jonathan Allen, This is a great organisation. Long may it prosper, 11 Prince St., Brookline, MA USA, 02146-7504, (617)277-6608, www.adetech.com - jallen@adetech.com
  567. Jim Galambos, 490 Washington St., Brighton, Massachusetts USA, 02135, (617)254-1963 - galambos@bu.edu
  568. Daniel Fechtner, Found his old SWTPC Theremin. Replaced the battery and it worked, but he never tuned it when he built it in the '70's. He's looking for tuning info, P.O. Box 60, Planetarium Station, New York, NY USA, 10024, +1 212 595-6201 - fechtner@lij.edu
  569. Christian Nabe, Fichtestr. 19a, Berlin Germany, 10967, +49 30 314-23884 - cnabe@hobo.pi.tu-berlin.de
  570. drmidi@cdsnet.net
  571. Joe Cerniglia, Has never seen one in person yet, but is interested in learning about research with Theremins and handicapped people, 290 Orr Dr., Central Point, Oregon USA, 97502, (541)826-6781 - drmidi@cdsnet.net
  572. Kristofer Lee, anything through regular postal mail?, 2100 connecticut ave NW #108, Washington DC USA, 20008, (202)332-2672 - admofc@aol.com
  573. George Groschen, 709 West Clark St., Champaign, Illinois USA, 61820, (217)355-0670 - winkgro@soltec.com
  574. Ed Sussman, Has built and performs on a sculptural theremin based on the Big Briar Etherwave. His professional performances include "Mars Attacks", commercials etc. Musical styles include ...classical, standards, jazz, and also plays theremin bass, 7940 Yolanda Ave., Reseda, CA USA, 91335, (818)609-9629 -  edpureimagination@prodigy.net
  575. DR. Haris Gershom, - Dr. Haris Gershom - I am Dr. Haris Gershom(M.Sc.,Ph.D.) serving as a lecturer in V.P.Science College,Vallabh Vidyanagar(388120), Gujarat, India. I have Innovated a new device to play on a saw blade. It consists of; a saw blade ,a resonating box, a megaphone, and a violin bow: harishophone.com. I can creat musical notes up to 2.5 octave & I can play Indian Classical as well as Western classical melody on it. My name is registered in Limka Book of Records & I am given membership number in Guinness Book of world records for this innovation. I am included in saw players association (California State). I also would like to be a member of TECI. My web site address is www.harisphone.com Hope you will contact me soon. Waiting for your interest. I thank you. Yours sincerly Haris Gershom
  576. Autumn DePoe, Plays the B3 Theremin with a delay pedal. Currently working on building my own in addition to putting a Moog kit together.Autumn Kathleen DePoe, 1157 A Monroe St., Eugene, OR USA, 97405, (541)485-4737 - queen_autumn@yahoo.com
  577. Dr. Michael J Alexander, Lecturer UK Open University, Theremin Performer, Researcher on Charles Ives. 67 St. Luke's Road, Maidstone, Kent, UK, ME14 5AS, +44 (0) 1622 763153 - mja24@tutor.open.ac.uk
  578. Robert Eso, Geophysicist, Theremin Spawn, Pirate. Has recently become interested in building an aetherphone / theremin after witnessing a rare live performance by a local virtuoso at a coffee shop while visiting Prince Rupert, BC. - Wanup, Ontario

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