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Oct 20, · John Cage's poetically philosophical treatise's intellectualizations, and verbalizations debunk and dissipate the creatively-stifling so-called academically established methodologies concerning the utilization & organization of sound. Thankfully, Cage desmifies the academically / self-induced misconceptualizations surrounding our concep of gablifurtlecomplseekmisssiwickrenfvadoub.xyzinfos:
John Cage, 79, a Minimalist Enchanted With Sound, Dies By ALLAN KOZINN. John Cage, the prolific and influential composer whose Minimalist works have long been a driving force in the world of music, dance and art, died yesterday at St. Vincent's Hospital in .
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UbuWeb has various sound files, including the complete Norton Lectures. In I wrote about my visit to the Anarchy of Silence exhibition in Barcelona. The pianist David Tudor gave the première of 4'33" at the Maverick Concert Hall in