In 2001, Zaitsev and a group of Russian teenagers created the "Teen-Age Message to the Stars," which was broadcast in August and September of that year in the direction of six stars between 45 and 70 light years from Earth. The Teen-Age Message notably included greetings in Russian and English, and a 15-minute Theremin symphony for aliens.
The 15-minute performance consisted of following melodies:
- Russian romance "Egress alone I to the ride".
- Beethoven. Finale of 9th Symphony (Anthem of European Union).
- Vivaldi. Seasons. March. Allegro.
- Sean-Sans. Swan.
- Rakhmaninov. Vocalize.
- Gershvin. Summertime.
- "Kalinka-Malinka" – Russian folk.
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