Peter Pichler puts to sound live at the Mixture-Trautonium Hitchcock's Classic Thriller "The Birds" (1963).
Hitchcock could not find any natural bird sounds that seemed spooky enough for his taste. Finally he found Oskar Sala in Berlin who could produce artificial electronic bird sounds. The film does not have a normal score at all. All sounds are Trautonium-sounds.
Fotos: Jessen Mordhorst
In the sold out Filmmuseum Potsdam - live with Mixture Trautonium "the Birds" by Alfred Hitchcock.
"A Voyage to the Moon" (1975) by Manfred Durniok at the "Zwickl" - Dokumentare film festival Schwandorf. Peter Pichler at the Mixture Trautonium; Stephan Hofer at the smaller Trautonium and E-Percussion.
"A Voyage to the Moon" in the music instruments collection in city museum of Munich.