Joseph Schillinger - First Airphonic Suite for RCA Theremin and Orchestra

In 1919 Leon Theremin invented an electronic instrument named after himself that you can play without any physical contact. Later he also invented the Rhythmicon, an instrument that sounds like Philip Glass on speed.

In the 1920's Joseph Schillinger wrote compositions for theremin and orchestra. This video starts with one of them, the 2nd movement of "First Airphonic Suite for RCA Theremin and Orchestra" featuring theremin virtuoso Lydia Kavina.