Google Doodle celebrates electronic music composer and German physicist Oskar Sala

Google honoured the ‘one-man orchestra’ Oskar Sala on his 112th birth anniversary.

A special Google Doodle, which showcases him composing music and developing new instruments.

Sala electrified the world of television, radio, and film with musical pieces such as  Rosemary (1959) and  The Birds (1962)

Born in 1910 in Germany to parents who had a natural talent in music, Sala in his adolescent years began creating compositions and songs for instruments like the violin and piano.

Sala also built the Quartett-Trautonium, Concert Trautonium, and the Volkstrautonium.

Sala received several awards for his work — he gave many interviews, met numerous artists and was honoured in radio broadcasts and movies.