[FROM OUR ARCHIVE] Longitudinal Vibration by Ellen Fullman

Congrats to composer Ellen Fullman on her New York Times article and on the Guggenheim Award that she received this year. Check out an early recording of Longitudinal Vibration, a musical instrument composed of 50 foot wires coupled to a plywood box resonator. Played by the composer and David Weinstein. Recorded on June 17, 1984. Published by Harvestworks on TELLUS, the Audio Cassette Magazine #4.

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