Oskar Sala ▪ The Birds ▪ Semiconductor-Trautonium ▪ TV Report 2014





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Published on Sep 27, 2014

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German tv-report about the inventor, composer and Trautonium virtuoso Oskar Sala (* 18 July 1910 † 26 February 2002).
Core subject: Scoring of Hitchcock’s classic "The Birds" by Sala in the 1960s.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dietmar Rudolph, one of the initiators of the in the 1980s newly built semiconductor Trautonium for Sala, regrets the not passed on tradition of playing the Mixture-Trautonium.
Impressions of the semiconductor Trautonium at the Berlin Museum of Musical Instruments.
Statements by the museum management and a music teacher (witness of history) on the development and use of the Trautonium.

Fernsehbericht über den Erfinder, Komponisten und Trautonium-Virtuosen Oskar Sala (*18 July 1910 †26 February 2002).
Synopsis: Vertonung des Hitchcock-Klassikers “Die Vögel” durch Sala in den 1960er Jahren.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dietmar Rudolph, Mitgestalter des in den 1980er Jahren für Sala neu gebauten Halbleiter-Trautoniums, bedauert die nicht weiter gegebene Tradition des Trautoniumspiels.
Ansichten des Halbleiter-Trautoniums im Berliner Musikinstrumenten-Museum.
Bemerkungen der Museumsleitung sowie eines Musiklehrers (Zeitzeuge) über Entwicklung und Verwendung des Trautoniums.

Video-Source: RBB (Germany) 2014

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