Oskar Sala | Oskar Sala’s 112th Birthday - Оскар Сала - 112 години от рождението на Оскар Сала /Oskar Sala / Google Doodle

Oskar Sala | Oskar Sala’s 112th Birthday - Оскар Сала - 112 години от рождението на Оскар Сала /Oskar Sala / Google Doodle
Today’s Doodle celebrates what would have been the 112th birthday of Oskar Sala, an innovative electronic music composer and physicist Recognized for producing sound effects on a musical instrument called a mixture-trautonium, Salas electrified the world of television, radio and film Sala was born in Greiz, Germany, in 1910 and was immersed in music since birth His mother was a singer and his father was an ophthalmologist with musical talent At 14, Sala began creating compositions and songs for instruments like the violin and piano When Sala first heard a device called the trautonium, he became fascinated by the tonal possibilities and the technology the instrument offered His life mission became mastering the trautonium and developing it further which inspired his studies in physics and composition at school This new focus led Sala to develop his own instrument called the mixture-trautonium With his education as a composer and an electro-engineer, he created electronic music that set his style apart from others The mixture-trautonium’s architecture is so unique that it was capable of playing several sounds or voices simultaneously From behind the door of a recording studio, Sala composed musical pieces and sound effects for many television, radio and movie productions, such as Rosemary (1959) and The Birds (1962) The instrument created noises like bird cries, hammering and door and window slams Sala received several awards for his work—he gave many interviews, met numerous artists and was honored in radio broadcasts and movies In 1995, he donated his original mixture-trautonium to the German Museum for Contemporary Technology Sala also built the Quartett-Trautonium, Concert Trautonium and the Volkstrautonium His efforts in electronic music opened the field of subharmonics With his dedication and creative energy, he became a one-man orchestra Happy birthday, Oskar Sala!Explore more about the life and work of German physicist, composer and pioneer of electronic music, Oskar Sala, with Google Arts & Culture Like, Share and Subscribe to Doodle Catalog

Дата на публикация: 18 юли, 2022
Категория: Наука и технология
Ключови думи: Google от На Birthday Години 112 оскар Doodle Рождението Sala Oskar сала /Oskar Sala’s 112th

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