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(YouTube)   The Greatest TV theme song ever created. And you have never heard it, or even seen the show   (youtube.com ) divider line
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Celia Sheen plays Midsomer Murders on Theremin

Celia Sheen plays the theme tune from ITV's drama series "Midsomer Murders" on the Theremin. She has done so, along with incidental music, on the soundtrack of every episode for fourteen years. This fascinating instrument was the world's very first electronic instrument, invented in 1920 by Russian scientist Lev Theremin. Of course, nobody ever sees Celia's performances on the recordings, but what makes it interesting is that the Theremin is played without being touched!


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