Google doodle celebrates Oskar Sala; the electronic music composer and German physicist

Google will celebrate the 112th birthday of innovative electronic music composer and German physicist Oskar Sala on July 18 with a special Google Doodle showing him creating music and developing new instruments

Electronic music pioneer Oskar Sala, who was born in Gretz, Germany in 1910, reportedly dabbled in music from birth, as his mother was a singer and his father was a musically gifted ophthalmologist.

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At the age of 14, the musical genius began his career, writing compositions and songs for instruments such as violin and piano.

Celebrating the beat for the 112th birthday of German electronic composer Oskar Sala. He developed and played the Mixture trautonium, which provides a unique sound for television, radio and film.

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