A full concert of 35 minutes on theremin. By someone who does, indeed look a bit like Gary (but us not, since he's not wearing a hat! )
Well, it doesn't quite look like Gary to me (as you said no Fedora).
I find the performance incredibly controlled. He makes it sound relatively easy to make the theremin sing but you can bet it takes a LOT of practice. My hat off to him.
Now if he could just make it sound like a harp...
[Music is the Rhythm, Harmony and Breath of Life]
"Music is music, and a note's a note" - Louis 'Satchmo' Armstrong
The resemblance is understandable, as this is Gary's lost
twin, separated at birth, and raised in a bordello in the
south of France. While he lusted to acquire a chromatic
harp, it was not to be; and at an early age he developed
the perverse habit of sticking his tongue in electrical
outlets and howling operatic arias slightly off key...
prerequisite training, obviously, for anyone who wishes
to take up the Theremin (or sing Wozzeck, for that
matter). Though Alban Berg died in 1935, he none-
the-less came back from the dead and discovered the
great talent of this unfortunate soul, and instructed his
estate to purchase the young man a bass trombone.
Due to an ordering error, a Theremin was deliverd instead;
and the rest... well, the rest is history.
Seriously, a fine performance by this maestro of the
Theremin (I didn't see his name noted). The Theremin
is a surprisingly difficult instrument to play well.