John cage 4 33

The score for John Cage's famous 4'33" music piece. No further words needed.

cinoh: “likeafieldmouse: The first page of John Cage’s "On a warm summer evening in August 1952 pianist David Tudor approached a piano on stage at the Maverick Concert Hall in Woodstock, New.

What silence taught John Cage: The story of 4′ 33″ : The piano in my life

What silence taught John Cage: The story of - The piano in my life

4′33″ (1952), by John Cage

storia dell'arte moderna e contemporanea: 1952 John Cage 4 33

A performance by William Marx of John Cage's 4'33. Filmed at McCallum Theatre, Palm Desert, CA.

A performance by William Marx of John Cages Filmed at McCallum Theatre, Palm Desert, CA.

John Cage was an avant-garde American composer, regarded as one of the most influential artists of the 20th century and a radical thinker who helped redefine...

John Cage was an avant-garde American composer, regarded as one of the most influential artists of the century and a radical thinker who helped redefine.

John Cage's 4'33" for piano:   Four minutes and 33 seconds of silence was Cage's way of exploring the gaps of in  traditional music compositions, recognizing that they are important to the the auditory understanding of a piece. Rather than looking to conventions for sound, Cage creates a piece that is removed from social norms and allows for the listeners to interpret the sound in their own way, without previous knowledge of music. While it may not be my favorite piece, I appreciated his…

John Cage: for piano . the master's "silent piece" tacet tacet tacet Armin Fuchs - piano

The manuscript score for John Cage's 4'33"—the most infamous piece of musical minimalism.1952/1953

The manuscript score for John Cage's most infamous piece of musical

No Such Thing as Silence: John Cage's 4'33"

Kyle Gann, No Such Thing as Silence: John Cage’s

John Cage -  by David Tudor. 4:33 is a piece in which he sits by the piano and times a stop-watch until 4:33, and then the piece is done.     I think it's an interesting statement, but I don't think it's ART per se. Of course that's only if you define Art as I do: Reflective of God's creativity, Glorifying to God, Displaying skill and practice, and invoking Sublimity.    thoughts?

body ritual among the nacirema essay Reflection on my in-class response to Body Ritual Among the .

MoMA | There Will Never Be Silence: Scoring John Cage's 4'33" kurt schwitters

Kurt Schwitters Plate 1 from Merz Lithograph with collage additions from a portfolio of six lithographs, three with collage additions.

John Cage: 4'33'' for piano (1952) - YouTube

the master's "silent piece" tacet tacet tacet Armin Fuchs - piano

John Cage. 4'33" (In Proportional Notation). 1952/53. Ink on paper, each page: 11 x 8 1/2" (27.9 x 21.6 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Acquired through the generosity of Henry Kravis in honor of Marie-Josée Kravis, 2012. © 2013 John Cage Trust

(In Proportional Notation). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Acquired through the generosity of Henry Kravis in honor of Marie-Josée Kravis, © 2013 John Cage Trust

Ji Liu performs John Cage's 4'33"

Pianist Ji Liu performs the legendary 'silent' piece, John Cage's at the 2014 Bristol Proms.

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