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  1. The Amores of John Cage (Cms Sourcebooks in American Music) by Thomas DeLio, 2010-01-12
  2. The Roaring Silence: John Cage: A Life by David Revill, 1993-11-05
  3. John Cage: Composed in America
  4. For the Birds: John Cage in Conversation with Daniel Charles by John Cage, Daniel Charles, 2000-07-01
  5. Cage - Cunningham - Johns Dancers on a Plane (Spanish Edition) by John Cage, Merce Cunningham, et all 1999-07
  6. A John Cage Reader: In Celebration of His Seventieth Birthday
  7. A John Cage Reader: In Celebration of His Seventieth Birthday
  8. Musicologia: Musical Knowledge from Plato to John Cage by Robin Maconie, 2010-08-16
  9. Dancers on a Plane: John Cage, Merce Cunningham, Jasper Johns by Susan Sontag, Richard Francis, et all 1989
  10. John Cage: Music, Philosophy, and Intention, 1933-1950
  11. Notations
  12. THEMES & VARIATIONS by John Cage, 1989
  13. John Cage: An Anthology (Da Capo Paperback) by John Cage, 1991-03-21
  14. Hanne Darboven/John Cage by John Cage, Joachim Kaak, et all 2000-03-01

21. Cage, John - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Cage, John
Cage, John (1912–1992) US composer. His interest in Indian classical music led him to the view that the purpose of new music was to change the way people listen., John

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Big Fish Audio - John Cage Prepared Piano (Multiformat)
The Complete John Cage Edition - Volume 2:Atlas Eclipticalis with Winter Music (2007)
The Complete John Cage Edition - Volume 2:Atlas Eclipticalis with Winter Music (2007)
John Cage - Music of Changes - Joseph Kubera (1998)
John Cage - Music of Changes - Joseph Kubera (1998)
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John Cage - The works for Violin Vol 4 (2001)
John Cage - The works for Violin Vol 4 (2001)
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John Cage - Music for Prepared Piano Vol.1 (Boris Berman)

23. Rolywholyover: A Composition For Museum By John Cage
(E-World) Paper by Glenn Elert

24. Cage, John - Definition From Longman English Dictionary Online
Definition of Cage, John from the Longman Online Dictionary of Contemporary English. The Longman English Dictionary provides support and resources for those who want to learn more

25. Dr. Estrella's Incredibly Abridged Dictionary Of Composers
Biographical data, recommended CDs, books and sheet music, bibliography, and links to biographical essays.

26. John Cage- Bio, Albums, Pictures – Naxos Classical Music.
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A leading American avant-garde musician, John Cage won notoriety for his famous silent work, 4'33", for any instrument or instruments. Equally controversial was 0'0", ten years later, performed by the composer and consisting of the slicing of vegetables, then put into a blender, with the performer concluding by drinking the juice. Cage has had a considerable influence on younger composers, with his use of chance and indeterminacy, electronic techniques and every possible experimental device, whether musical or dramatic. He combined his interest in music with considerable knowledge of mushrooms and a fondness for bridge and other card and board games. Compositions Cage's compositions are not easily classified. His early use of percussion was a natural corollary of his work with dance groups. Devices used included the prepared piano, pioneered in his 1938 Bacchanale, and followed by a number of other compositions in which various objects are inserted into the piano to create different effects, largely percussive in quality. An interest in Zen and the I Ching resulted in Music of Changes, where chance dictated the choice of notes. Dramatic actions dominate Water Music, for a pianist, who must empty pots of water and perform other feats, while later music makes considerable use of tapes or calls for undetermined forces.

27. Cage, John (Harper's Magazine)
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28. John Cage
Biography from The Grove Concise Dictionary of Music. Includes pictures.

29. John Cage —
Encyclopedia Cage, John. Cage, John, 1912–92, American composer, b. Los Angeles. A leading figure in the musical avantgarde from the late 1930s, he attended Pomona College

30. John Milton Cage (The Lied And Art Song Texts Page: Texts And Translations To Li
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31. John Cage: An Autobiographical Statement
I once asked Arragon, the historian, how history was written. He said, You have to invent it. When I wish as now to tell of critical incidents, persons, and events that have
John Cage
An Autobiographical Statement
I once asked Arragon, the historian, how history was written. He said, "You have to invent it." When I wish as now to tell of critical incidents, persons, and events that have influenced my life and work, the true answer is all of the incidents were critical, all of the people influenced me, everything that happened and that is still happening influences me. My father was an inventor. He was able to find solutions for problems of various kinds, in the fields of electrical engineering, medicine, submarine travel, seeing through fog, and travel in space without the use of fuel. He told me that if someone says "can't" that shows you what to do. He also told me that my mother was always right even when she was wrong. My mother had a sense of society. She was the founder of the Lincoln Study Club, first in Detroit, then in Los Angeles. She became the Women's Club editor for the Los Angeles Times. She was never happy. When after Dad's death I said, "Why don't you visit the family in Los Angeles? You'll have a good time," she replied, "Now, John, you know perfectly well I've never enjoyed having a good time." When we would go for a Sunday drive, she'd always regret that we hadn't brought so-and-so with us. Sometimes she would leave the house and say she was never coming back. Dad was patient, and always calmed my alarm by saying, "Don't worry, she'll be back in a little while." Neither of my parents went to college. When I did, I dropped out after two years. Thinking I was going to be a writer, I told Mother and Dad I should travel to Europe and have experiences rather than continue in school. I was shocked at college to see one hundred of my classmates in the library all reading copies of the same book. Instead of doing as they did, I went into the stacks and read the first book written by an author whose name began with Z. I received the highest grade in the class. That convinced me that the institution was not being run correctly. I left.

32. John Cage (1912 - 1992) - Find A Grave Memorial
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33. Browse By Artist: CAGE, JOHN
Classic solo piano work, performed by Cage, 3/7/1976 at Mills College. ' to take an interest in Satie,' Cage wrote, 'one must be, first of all, disinterested, letting a
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Artist: CAGE, JOHN Title: Cheap Imitation Label: AMPERSAND Format: CD Price: Catalog #: AMPERE 003CD Classic solo piano work, performed by Cage, 3/7/1976 at Mills College. "' take an interest in Satie,' Cage wrote, 'one must be, first of all, disinterested, letting a sound be a sound and a man a man, abandoning illusions about ideas of order, expression of feeling, and all the other aesthetic sales-talk we have inherited.' Humbly engaged but never over-determined, Cheap Imitation
Artist: CAGE, JOHN Title: Sonatas And Interludes Label: BRIDGE RECORDS Format: Price: Catalog #: BRIDGE 9081CD 1998 release. Aleck Karis, prepared piano. Free bonus disc: John Cage reads his lecture Composition in Retrospect . "This celebratory special edition features Cage's masterpiece, his visionary Sonatas and Interludes performed by pianist Aleck Karis. A free bonus disc brings us to an intimate California living room, where Cage converses and gives a reading of his poem-cum-manifesto, Composition in Retrospect . Aleck Karis is the pianist of Speculum Musicae, and Professor of Piano at The University of California, San Diego."

34. John Cage - IMDb
Filmography with biographical information, composer credits in movies and television, related movie credits, and other works from the Internet Movie Database.
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Shutter Island (2010) John Cage: From Zero (1995) Mr. Hoover and I (1989) Four American Composers (1983)
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35. The Mattress Factory Art Museum
Photos of Cage s installation at the Mattress Factory. (In collaboration with The Carnegie Museum of Art.)

36. Cage, John
This page contains basic and accurate biographical information and links to essays about the Early 20th Century composer Cage.
Cage, John
Cage, John
Period: Early 20th Century
Born: Thursday, September 5, 1912 in Los Angeles, California (USA)
Died: Wednesday, August 12, 1992 in New York, New York (USA)
Nation of Origin: United States
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Orchestral, percussion, electronic, and chamber music Other Information: John Cage was born on 5 September 1912 in Los Angeles. His father was an inventor, and his mother was a founder of Lincoln Study Clubs in Detroit and Los Angeles. After graduating from high school, John Cage attended Pomona College but dropped it after two years. Wanting to become a writer, he went to Europe (Paris, Berlin and Madrid) and studied music, art and architecture. After returning to States in 1933, he met Henry Cowell and attended his classes on contemporary music. At Cowell's suggestion he went to study with Arnold Schoenberg (Schoenberg agreed to teach him free of charge). But the two of them separated rather quickly (in 1935) because of their arguments about harmony. Cage's early pieces were devoted mainly to percussion instruments. Works were based around rhythmic patterns and were more oriented to Eastern that to Western music. Perhaps, the most important works from this period are

37. 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


Lawsuit claiming plagarism of 4'33"

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"

38. Cage, John
John Milton Cage, Jr. (September 5, 1912 – August 12, 1992) was an American composer. He is perhaps best known for his 1952 composition 4'33 , whose three movements are
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New York City, New York, United States Genre(s) Avant-garde, chance, experimental Occupation(s) Composer philosopher printmaker , writer Years active Label(s) Mode John Milton Cage, Jr. (September 5, 1912 – August 12, 1992) was an American composer . He is perhaps best known for his 1952 composition whose three movements are performed without a single note being played. He was a pioneer of chance music, non-standard use of musical instruments, and electronic music . Though he remains a controversial figure, he is generally regarded as one of the most important composers of his era. Cage was a long-term collaborator and romantic partner of choreographer Merce Cunningham. In addition to his composing, Cage was also a philosopher , writer, printmaker , and avid amateur mycologist and mushroom collector. With the many interests of John Cage, he never deviated from serving the specific purposes of new music as well as the larger purposes of the independence of mankind. He made audiences think about themselves and others in an unselfish give and take through new musical ideas. He particularly disdained the European notion of music and the "vogue of profundity" and once proclaimed in a speech that "Beethoven was wrong" and that the traditional compositional rational of "goal-oriented harmonic narratives" as practiced by

39. RIF/T Review
Composed In America edited by Marjorie Perloff and Charles Junkerman. Review by Kenneth Goldsmith
RIF/T: An Electronic Space for Poetry, Prose, and Poetics
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Version 5.1 Summer 1995 RIF/T , e-poetry@ubvm, or the Electronic Poetry Center Responses, submissions, and queries to: E-POETRY@UBVM.CC.BUFFALO.EDU
  • Kenneth Goldsmith on John Cage: Composed in America.
  • Kevin Killian with a Brief, Sketchy Report on: "Recovery of the Public World": A Conference and Poetry Festival in Honour of Robin Blaser
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John Cage : Composed In America Reviewed by Kenneth Goldsmith In early 1992, I went to see John Cage read on a Sunday at a small church in New York City. He read for 45 minutes to an audience of maybe 20 people; the room held more, but there were many empty seats. I felt fortunate to be at this eventan intimate gathering with one of the three or four major 20th-century cultural figures before me. Although at this point Cage was considered "classical" ("classical" meaning that which has been classifiedGertrude Stein), he still did many of these small gigs when the opportunity arose. I looked around againI saw about me a withering, aging congregation, albeit faithful, who came to hear Cage preach. Born in 1961, I must have been the youngest in the room. However, Cage himself never softened. The culture might have moved on, but he kept on his radical edge, continuing his revolution in a quiet way for those who cared not only to listen, but to act on and live by his words. Through the 1980s, Cage's influence was felt in the underground, influencing many of the more interesting cultural movements of that decadethe birth of indy rock, the renewal of Conceptual Art, and the rise of Language Poetry. Many of these artists studied Cage in the 60s and 70s and went on to synthesize newer aesthetic/cultural concerns with older Cageian ideals. While the 80s played out in the media with Wall Street Yuppies and decadent consumerists grabbing the spotlight, many of us spent time on the edge of the culture, sowing the seeds for the more politically charged times in which we now live.

40. Cage, John
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