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         Cage John:     more books (102)
  1. John Cage (Oxford studies of composers) by Paul Griffiths, 1981-10
  2. John Cage Writer: Previously Uncollected Pieces by John Cage, Richard Kostelanetz, 1993-01
  3. John Cage by John Cage, 1962
  4. John Cage at Seventy-Five (Bucknell Review) by Richard Fleming, 1989-12
  5. Extended Play: Sounding Off from John Cage to Dr. Funkenstein by John Corbett, 1994-01-01
  6. Sounds of the Inner Eye: John Cage, Mark Tobey and Morris Graves by John Cage, Mark Tobey, et all 2002-08
  7. Anarchy: New York City-January 1998 by John Cage, 2001-07-15
  8. Silencing The Sounded Self: John Cage and the American Experimental Tradition by Christopher Shultis, 1998-08-14
  9. Malerei und Musik: D. Geschichte d. Verhaltens zweier Kunste zueinander, dargest. nach d. Quellen im Zeitraum von Leonardo da Vinci bis John Cage (Galerie ; Bd. 1) (German Edition) by Franzsepp Wurtenberger, 1978
  10. John Cage, anarchic harmony: Ein Buch der Frankfurt Feste '92/Alte Oper Frankfurt (German Edition)
  11. John Cage, anarchic harmony: Ein Buch der Frankfurt Feste '92/Alte Oper Frankfurt (German Edition)
  12. John Cage Bubblegum/Eloge d'Eros
  13. Hanne Darboven/John Cage (German Edition) by Joachim Kaak, Corinna Thierolf, 1998-01
  14. Die Tradition Des Traditionsbruches: John Cages Amerikanische Asthetik (Beitrage Aus Anglistik Und Amerikanistik) (German Edition) by Stefan Jurging, 2002-08

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63. CD Baby: JOHN CAGE: One4, Four [all Versions], Twenty-Nine / Fong, Krummel, Free
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64. Merce Cunningham Dance Company Musicians
In 1991, the Cunningham Dance Foundation produced cage/Cunningham, a documentary film on the collaboration of Merce Cunningham and john cage, partly funded
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Experiments in the Studio: an MCDC new music series
Up Next: February 4 @ 8:30 PM An Evening with Christian Wolff Exercises 1 and 10 (1974)
Grete (2007) New York premiere
Duo 7 (2007) World premiere Performers:
Robert Black (contrabass)
Timothy Fain (violin)
Larry Polansky (electric guitar)
Robyn Schulkowsky (percussion) Christian Wolff (piano, melodica) Read the review of the Nov. 19 concert in The New York Times, An Evening with Gordon Mumma. All concerts in the series are FREE and will take place in the Merce Cunningham Studio at 55 Bethune Street on Monday nights at 8:30 PM. No reservations required; call 212.255.8240 x14 for more information. Experiments in the Studio is made possible by a generous grant from the American Music Center: Live Music for Dance program, and through public support by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs. Concert Calendar February 4, 2008

65. Heidegger's Hölderlin And John Cage (Michael Eldred)
Available in Italian translation under the title Heidegger, Hölderlin e john cage translated and with a postface by Agostino di Scipio, Semar Publishers,
Collected Writings
John Cage
Michael Eldred
Available in Italian translation under the title: translated and with a postface by Agostino di Scipio , Semar Publishers, Rome 2000, 21x16 cm, ISBN 88-7778-077-0. EUR 11.90. e-mail: A French translation is in preparation. Version 1.0 November 1995
Version 1.1 November 2006 First put on site: Version 1.0, April 1996
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Cologne, Germany
Table of contents
The issue
The other beginning in the Contributions to Philosophy
The New York Fifties
A contingent world, the world as contingency
Cage's artless art
Step back
There is silence and silence
Cage's technological credulity
The issue
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  • 66. An Organ Recital For The Very, Very Patient - New York Times
    Visitors in front of the organ at St. Burchardi Church in Halberstadt, Germany, where a john cage composition is being performed very slowly.
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    An Organ Recital for the Very, Very Patient
    Oliver Hartung for The New York Times Visitors in front of the organ at St. Burchardi Church in Halberstadt, Germany, where a John Cage composition is being performed very slowly.
    By DANIEL J. WAKIN Published: May 5, 2006 HALBERSTADT, Germany, May 4 — If you miss Friday's musical happening at St. Burchardi Church in this eastern German town, no worries. There is always 2008. And the next year. And the one after that. Skip to next paragraph
    Audio Slide Show: Cage's Chord Change
    Forum: Classical Music Enlarge This Image Oliver Hartung for The New York Times In fact, you have about six more centuries to hear developments in the work being performed, a version of a composition by John Cage called "As Slow as Possible." A group of musicians and town boosters has given the title a ridiculously extreme interpretation, by stretching the performance to 639 years.

    67. John Cage - ABT
    john cage was born in Los Angeles in 1912. He studied with Richard Buhlig, Henry Cowell, Adolph Weiss, and Arnold Schoenberg. In 1952, at Black Mountain
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    John Cage was born in Los Angeles in 1912. He studied with Richard Buhlig, Henry Cowell, Adolph Weiss, and Arnold Schoenberg. In 1952, at Black Mountain College, he presented a theatrical event considered by many to have been the first Happening. He was associated with Merce Cunningham from the early 1940's and was Musical Advisor for the Merce Cunningham Dance Company until his death in 1992. Cage and Cunningham were responsible for a number of radical innovations in musical and choreographic compositions, such as the use of chance operations and the independence of dance and music.
    Cage was the recipient of many awards and honors, beginning in 1949 with a Guggenheim Fellowship and an Award from the National Academy of Arts and Letters for having extended the boundaries of music through his work with percussion orchestra and his invention in 1940 of the prepared piano. Cage was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1978, and was inducted into the 50-member American Academy of Arts and Letters in May, 1989. He was

    68. Artnet Magazine
    john cage Chess Pieces Ca. 1944 Courtesy The john cage Trust. 1 2 3 4 5 6 We Are Duchampians by Ben Davis The Imagery of Chess Revisited, Oct. 21,

    69. Composer : John Cage At CD Universe
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    70. Multimedia – From Wagner To Virtual Reality
    john cage discussing collaboration. Billy Klüver Collaboration 1960 . In the late 1950s, the Swedishborn engineer Billy Klüver worked on laser systems
    "The new interface I will define is one in which the artist makes active use of the inventiveness and skills of an engineer to achieve his purpose. The artist could not complete his intentions without the help of an engineer. The artist incorporates the work of the engineer in the painting or the sculpture or the performance." Jean Tinguely, Homage to New York John Cage discussing collaboration
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    71. McSweeney's Internet Tendency: Things Heard During John Cage's Folsom Prison Per
    In honor of The Believer 's 50th issue, every new Believer subscription this week will include a free sheet of temporary tattoos , featuring the work of Raymond Pettibon, Marcel Dzama, the Paper Rad collective, and many other artists of note.
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    AND PASHA MALLA "I shot a man in Reno just to watch him die for this "Sure, he's avant-garde, but I'm the avant-guard. Get it?" "Too bad Quiet got out; he really woulda dug this." Staff member Jack Lawson's surreptitious tap dancing "I wonder how long this song will last." Sodomy (in key of D minor). "He could certainly shave two minutes off and not compromise any of the piece's élan." An insensitive boor unwrapping a Mentos. "If that candy-ass motherfucker doesn't play something soon, I'm going to get up there and stuff the whole piano down his fucking throat." The gentle weeping of Prisoner 128295, who is moved by the commentary the piece makes on both the ability of the composer to control the way a pianist interprets a musical score, and the way we miss the chance encounters with the music of everyday life. And the quiet gurgling of blood in the throat of the same prisoner, shivved for being a dirty snitch. Silent applause.

    72. History Of Experimental Music
    john cage, Silence. History of Experimental Music in the United States. Once when Daisetz Teitaro Suzuki was giving a talk at Columbia University he
    John Cage, Silence History of Experimental Music in the United States Once when Daisetz Teitaro Suzuki was giving a talk at Columbia University he mentioned the name of a Chinese monk who had figured in the history of Chinese Buddhism. Sukuki said, "He lived in the ninth or the tenth century." He added, after a pause, "or the seventh century, or the twelfth or thirteenth century of the fourteenth." About the same time, Willem de Kooning, the New York painter, gave a talk at the Art Alliance in Philadelphia. Afterwards there was a discussion: questions and answers. Someone asked De mooning who the painters of the past were who had influenced him the most. De Kooning said, "The past does not influence me; I influence it." A little over ten years ago I acted as music editor for a magazine called Possibilities. Only one issue of this magazine appeared. However: in it, four American composers (Virgil Thomson, Edgard Varese, Ben Weber, and Alexei Haieff) answered question put to them by twenty other composers. My question to Varese concerned his views of the future of music. His answer that neither the past nor the future interested him; that his concern was with the present. In an article called "new and Electronic Music," Christian Wolff says: What is, or seems to be, new in this music?... One finds a concern for a kind of objectivity, almost anonymity - sound come into its own. The 'music' is a resultant existing simply in the sounds we hear, given no impulse by expressions of self or personality. It is indifferent in motive, originating in no psychology nor in dramatic intentions, nor in literary or pictorial purposes. For at least some of these composers, then, the final intention is to be free of artistry and taste. But his need not make their work 'abstract,' for nothing, in the end, is denied. It is simply that personal expression, drama, psychology, and the like are not part of the composer's initial calculation: they are at best gratuitous.

    73. John Cage Profile And Discography
    john cage (19121992) was a singularly inventive and much beloved American composer, writer, philosopher, and visual artist, whose influence,
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    Roaratorio: An Irish Circus on Finnegans Wake Laughtears : Conversation on Roaratorio (1979); Writing for the Second Time Through Finnegans Wake (1976/79). First CD recording (2-CDs)
    (mode The Text Pieces 1: The Artists Pieces: Series re Morris Graves (1973) ; Art is Either a Complaint or Do Something Else; What You Say (1979) (2-CDs) (mode Works of Calder , movements II and III - film soundtrack with percussion and tape collage (mode From Zero Four films on JOHN CAGE by Frank Scheffer and Andrew Culver 19 Questions with John Cage Fourteen with the Ives Ensemble Paying Attention with John Cage Overpopulation and Art with Ryoanji with John Cage, Isabelle Ganz and Michael Pugliese (mode DVD only The Making of One Cage appears in and is interviewed in this 43-minute documentary on the creative process and realization of the film "One ", made for television by Henning Lohner at that time. With new narration by Joan La Barbara. (mode

    74. 4'33"
    An essay examining the history and creation of the work 4 33 .
    The Sounds of Silence
    John Cage and 4'33"
    ABSTRACT: The purpose of this essay is to examine the aesthetic behind Cage's "silent" composition, 4'33", to trace its history, and to show that it marked a significant change in John Cage's musical thought specifically how it forms a point-of-no-return from the conventional communicative, self-expressive and intentional purpose of music to a radical new aesthetic that informs the field of unintentional sound, interpenetration, chance, and indeterminacy. The compositional process is described, both the writing of 4'33" and its evolution from past thought. Implications for performance are examined, and recommendations are made. Contents A Brief Description and the Historic First Performance
    History and Philosophy

    The Turning Point


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    1. Brief Description and the Historic First Performance
    "Good people of Woodstock, let's run these people out of town" (artist at the premiere performance of 4'33"

    75. John Cage Defined In The 1950s
    john cage is considered by many to be the defining voice of avantgarde music throughout the 20th century. Fusing philosophy with composition, he reinvented
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    "I have nothing to say and I'm saying it...": John Cage Defined in the 1950s
    John Cage is considered by many to be the defining voice of avant-garde music throughout the 20th century. Fusing philosophy with composition, he reinvented the face of modern music, leading composer Arnold Schoenberg to declare, "Of course he's not a composer, but he's an inventor of genius" (Kostelanetz 6). For Cage, the 1950s brought a series of critical events that both refined his message as a composer and brought him great fame, or infamy to some. His interest in Eastern Zen philosophy blossomed throughout the early part of the decade, a subject that is actively pursued and reinforced in all of his following musical works. The 1950s also brought the revelation for Cage that sound is inherently present in all of us when he entered an anechoic chamber at Harvard University. This manifested in his work as the famous "silent" piece . Cage's involvement at Black Mountain College during this period contributed remarkable development to his music and ideas that defined the rest of his works. The 1950s were the defining decade for the career of philosopher and composer, John Cage.

    76. John Cage And The Avant-Garde: The Sounds Of Silence
    I knew john cage only briefly when I was an undergrad at Wesleyan University, whose music department lauded him as a guiding genius while others disparaged
    As the year, decade, century and millennium all draw to a close, every arts writer invariably will succumb to the temptation to announce The List . To avoid the rush, I'll crawl out on my own critical limb a bit early to proclaim (fanfare and drum-roll, please) the greatest classical piece of the century. The long history of classical music has evolved too patiently for a single year or even a decade to have much significance. And yet, too much has happened over the millennium for meaningful comparisons: who can say whether some anonymous monk who first dared to sing a fifth within the monody of Gregorian chant was a more daring and influential innovator than Beethoven? So I'll focus my pretension on our century. In search of its greatest classical work, many would look to Stravinsky, not just for his astounding Rite of Spring but for an amazingly eclectic career that legitimized a melding of disparate influences into a cohesive art. Or perhaps Schoenberg for systematizing the yearning dissonance of the late 19th century into 12-tone expression. Or Stockhausen, for integrating studio electronics into traditional musical timbres and forms. Each was a visionary who pushed music to a new level and irreversibly influenced all that followed. My candidate may not make many other lists. But its ultimate influence over the music of the future may come to tower over all of the more obvious choices. It's John Cage's

    77. Profile Of John Cage
    Organ2/ASLSP The john cage Organ Foundation deemed that john cage s composition; Organ2/ASLSP, be played for 639 years. The performance began on
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    Born: September 5, 1912, his father was the inventor and electrical engineer John Milton Cage. His mother was the founder of the Lincoln Study Club and editor of the LA Times Women's Club. Birthplace: Los Angeles, California Died: August 12, 1992 in New York, USA Also Known As: John Milton Cage Jr. was an American composer of the 20th century known for his innovative, avant-garde ideas of creating and appreciating music. Type of Compositions: He was the pioneer of "indeterminancy", where the composer gives the performer the right to interpret his music. Cage also experimented in musical instruments, for example, he attached objects to a piano's strings to see what sounds it will produce. This he called "prepared piano". Cage also explored electronic music and believed in "chance music" that "everything we do is music".

    78. Anarchist Poem By John Cage
    Anarchist Poem by john cage. We must make the world safe for poverty Without dependence on government. john cage
    "We don't need government
    We need utilities. Air, water, energy
    Travel and communication means
    Food and shelter. We have no need for imaginary mountain ranges
    Between separate nations. We can make tunnels through the real ones. Nor do we have any need for the continuing division of people
    Into those who have what they need
    And those who don't. Both Fuller and Marshal McLuhan
    Knew, furthermore
    That work is now obsolete.
    We have invented machines to do it for us. Now that we have no need to do anything
    What shall we do? Looking at Fuller's geodesic world map We see that the Earth is a single island, Oahu. We must give all the people all they need to live In any way they wish. Our present laws protect the rich from the poor. If there are to be laws, we need ones that Begin with the acceptance of poverty as a way of life. We must make the world safe for poverty Without dependence on government." - John Cage Back to Anarchist Library

    79. ArtLex On Aleatory
    In music, the major exponent of aleatory was john cage (American, 19121992), who sometimes composed by using dice, and also with a randomizing computer
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    a leatory and aleatoric Composition depending upon chance, random accident , or highly improvisational execution, typically hoping to attain freedom from the past, from academic formulas, and the limitations placed on imagination by the conscious mind. There is a tradition of Japanese and Chinese artists employing aleatoric methods, many influenced by Taoism and Zen Buddhism . In the west, precedents can be found among artists of ancient Greece , and later among artists of the Italian Renaissance . Leonardo da Vinci (Italian, 1452-1519) recommended looking at blotches on walls as a means of initiating artistic ideas. Aleatory was also employed by numerous twentieth century avant-garde artists. Followers of the Dada and Surrealism produced numerous examples. Jean Arp (French, 1887-1966) made collages by dropping small pieces of paper onto a larger piece, then adhering paper in the belief that they would discover in those doodles the ghosts of their repressed imaginations. Similarly, Tristan Tzara (Romanian, 1896-1963) created poetry by selecting sentences from newspapers entirely by chance.
    • The artist Protegenes, becoming frustrated with his efforts to paint a dog foaming at the mouth, "finally fell into a rage with his art . . . and dashed a sponge against the place in the picture that offended him . . . and chance produced the effect of nature in the picture!" Pliny the Elder (A.D. 23-79), Roman scholar and naturalist.

    80. Verge Music - John Cage
    This page gives a recent listing of john cage titles carried by Verge. cage, john, A cage of Saxophones The Works for Saxophone I, MODE RECORDS
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    ListArtist Title Company CatalogueNo ListPrice Cage, John A Cage of Saxophones: The Works for Saxophone I MODE RECORDS KO-MOD104-CD ($20.00 CD) Cage, John A Year From Monday WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY PRESS UB-0819560022-BK ($23.00 BK) Anarchic Harmonies WERGO BK-121776-CD ($12.00 CD) Cage, John Anarchy WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY PRESS UB-0819564664-BK ($32.00 BK) Cage, John Atlas Eclipticalis with Winter Music MODE RECORDS KO-MODE3/6-3CD Cage, John Bird Cage ELECTRONIC MUSIC FOUNDATION EZ-EM113-CD ($14.00 CD) Cage, John Cheap Imitation AMPERSAND RUN-AMPERE3-CD ($18.00 CD) Cage, John Complete String Quartets, Vol. 1 MODE RECORDS KO-MOD17-CD ($19.00 CD) Cage, John Daughters of the Lonesome Isle NEW ALBION RECORDS NZ-NA070-CD ($13.00 CD) Cage, John Empty Words (parte III) AMPERSAND RUN-AMPERE6-2CD Cage, John Empty Words: Writings '73-'78 WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY PRESS UB-0819560677-BK ($26.00 BK)

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