In 55 Words FD MC Challenge 2017 – Day 51

Today’s entry is about mind control through music, hands-free orgasms, and mutual satisfaction.

It was inspired by the electronic musical instrument known as the theremin, a very peculiar piece of engineering that’s played without physical contact by the performer, producing a distinct, somewhat eerie sound. Russian names were used throughout the small tale as an homage to the creator of the said instrument, Lev Sergeyevich Termen, or Léon Theremin, as he became known in the United States of America. Fun fact: the instrument was used in many soundtracks, like the 1945 Alfred Hitchcock’s classic, Spellbound, so everything fits perfectly, doesn’t it? The piece lies below.


Symphony

Yekaterina adjusted the frequency, controlled the volume. turned electric signals into sounds and words, amplified by an overactive imagination. Andrei felt the vibrations, reverberations, unyielding conflagrations, twitched, and exploded in a cascade of bubbling bliss.
 “No hands, like I promised,” she purred. “Your turn.”
 His tongue was no theremin, but the symphony was the same.

I hope you enjoyed what you read. The theremin is fascinating, indeed. Allow me to conclude this post with a rendition of a piece of music I very much appreciate, played with it. I hope you like it, too.

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