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John Cage
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Trying to define what constitutes music is an abstract concept for many people. For the seminal 20th century composer John Cage, the idea of sound composition and defining noise actually led to an inventive and experimental style involving creating canvases of sound. Known best for his 1952 composition 4'33" (a three movement piece performed without a single note being played) and his creation of the prepared piano (a regular piano with objects threaded between the piano strings), Cage is one of the more avant-garde composers to have ever lived.
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Chance Conversations: An Interview with Merce Cunningham and John Cage
Chance Conversations: An Interview with Merce Cunningham and John Cage
Chance Conversations: An Interview with Merce Cunningham and John Cage
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John Cage -'Cartridge Music'
John Cage -'Cartridge Music'
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John Cage: 'Imaginary Landscape No. 4' for 12 radios (1951)
John Cage: 'Imaginary Landscape No. 4' for 12 radios (1951)
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John Cage - Water Walk
John Cage - Water Walk
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John Cage: 'Music for Marcel Duchamp' (1947)
John Cage: 'Music for Marcel Duchamp' (1947)
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