Congrats to composer Ellen Fullman on her New York Times article and on the Guggenheim Award that she received this year (2020). 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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