Electronde

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An Electronde is an electronic musical instrument invented in 1929 by Martin Taubman. It is an early prototype of a theremin. It has an antenna for pitch control, a handheld switch for articulation and a foot pedal for volume control.[1]

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  1. ^ Taubman demonstrates his Electronde. Stills and a downloadable video at British Pathe news archive