Thereminist Carolina Eyck shared this exquisite arrangement of Debussy’s Clair de Lune for theremin, voice and synthesizers.
Some listeners may hear echoes of the synthesized arrangement of Isao Tomita, from his 1974 album Snowflakes Are Dancing. Nearly 50 years later, Eyck’s version seems simultaneously more restrained and more lyrical.
The track comes from Eyck’s upcoming album Thetis 2086, which is scheduled for release on April 15th, 2022.
3 thoughts on “Debussy’s Clair de Lune, Arranged For Theremin & Voice”
pure magic. one of the most pure and beautiful things i’ve heard in a while. bravo!
debussy kicks ass! nice work carolina!
This is a wonderful rendition. Mesmerizing and beautiful.