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Ellen Fullman (born 1957) is a composer known principally for music she has written for an instrument she invented, the long string instrument. Fullman studied sculpture at the Kansas City Art Institute. She has performed with the Deep Listening Band and Paul Panhuysen.

Tuned in just intonation, the long string instrument is played by walking along the length of incredibly long strings and rubbing them with rosined hands.…

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  • Great!!
  • Genius. I can't believe she remains so unknown.
  • New review of "Through Glass Panes": http://www.attnmagazine.co.uk/music/4213
  • wow, i was not expecting it to be this great.
  • En-garde; what avante-experi-Mental choice of inventive instrumentation. Of course, I didn't mean anything by that. ; ) Very interesting. I supposed the c-clamps are for tuning. Get a lot of exercise on the long pieces.
  • Avant-garde and experimental are two terms that don't actually mean anything and are probably harmful to an intelligent discussion of music. That being said, probably the choice of instrument.
  • unique
  • deep listening
  • 'tis good.

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