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'The Theremin Electro Ensemble' later called 'The Electrio' in 1932. (Left)Playing the RCA theremin is Leon Theremin's assistant, Julius Goldberg (with customised "lightning bolt" art deco, brass nickel chrome antennas). (Centre) playing the "Theremin Cello" is the Leonid Bolotine and (Right) Pianist Gleb Yellin is playing a Theremin Keyboard. In 1932, the ensemble could be heard on the radio every Monday afternoon at 2:15 over the Columbia Network, KMBC. (2)

‘The Theremin Electro Ensemble’ later called ‘The Electrio’ in 1932. (Left)Playing the RCA theremin is Leon Theremin’s assistant, Julius Goldberg (with customised “lightning bolt” art deco, brass nickel chrome antennas). (Centre) playing the “Theremin Cello” is the Leonid Bolotine and (Right) Pianist Gleb Yellin is playing a Theremin Keyboard. In 1932, the ensemble could be heard on the radio every Monday afternoon at 2:15 over the Columbia Network, KMBC. (2)

‘The Theremin Electro Ensemble’ later called ‘The Electrio’ in 1932. (Left)Playing the RCA theremin is Leon Theremin’s assistant, Julius Goldberg (with customised “lightning bolt” art deco, brass nickel chrome antennas). (Centre) playing the “Theremin Cello” is the Leonid Bolotine and (Right) Pianist Gleb Yellin is playing a Theremin Keyboard. In 1932, the ensemble could be heard on the radio every Monday afternoon at 2:15 over the Columbia Network, KMBC. (2)

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