Google Doodle celebrated the 112th birthday of German electronic music composer and physicist Oskar Sala on July 18, Monday. The music pioneer began creating compositions with instruments like the violin and piano. Born in 1910, Sala had been in music from an early age and was widely credited with producing sound effects on a musical instrument called a melange-traautonium. It was his interest in mastering this unique instrument that led him to study physics. Find out how the search engine giant celebrated its birthday.
Google Doodle by Oskar Sala
Get a beat to celebrate the 112th birthday of German electronic composer Oskar Sala. He developed and performed the trautonium mix, which introduced a unique sound to television, radio and film.
— Google Doodles (@GoogleDoodles) July 17, 2022
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