Cage’s personal library, housed at the John Cage Trust, is a reflection of his wide ranging influences and interests. The library, photographed by James Daubney in the Cage/Cunningham loft, has now been carefully catalogued and can be explored here. Delicous Stumble Digg.
John Cage, Marcel Duchamp, & Teeny Duchamp performing Reunion at its premiere in Toronto, 5th March, 1968. Photograph by Shigeko Kubota, courtesy of The John Cage Trust. Reunion is an event without a score; originally performed by playing a game of chess on a chessboard created by Lowell Cross. The game works as an indeterminate structure: as a game of chess is played, the moves of the players on the board activate four compositions and distribute them to eight speakers surrounding the audience.
One of the monolithic names in modern music, it can be a daunting and fairly thankless task trying to apply yourself to the work of John Cage without prior introduction, particularly when many of the best bits are so scarely sighted on vinyl. One such occasion however is The Vinyl Factory’s recent reissue of the landmark electronic music compilation Cybernetic Serendipity Music, and to put this in some kind of context we thought this would be a perfect opportunity to tackle the rest of Cage’s catalogue and asked Chris May to pick out ten essentials for the novice and expert alike.
Album · 2007 · 5 Songs. By John Cage - Juan Hidalgo & Walter Marchetti.
List of all John Cage albums including EPs and some singles - a discography of John Cage CDs and John Cage records. This full John Cage discography is alphabetical, however you can sort John Cage album list by any column. Note that this complete list of John Cage releases is based on official releases and does not always include promotional-only discs, although they are listed when we have data on them
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|1||Music For Marcel Duchamp
Piano – Juan Hidalgo
|2||Music For Amplified Toy Pianos
Piano [Toy] – Gianni-Emilio Simonetti, Juan Hidalgo, Walter Marchetti
Electronics [Radio] – Gianni-Emilio Simonetti, Juan Hidalgo, Walter Marchetti
|4||4'33 (In Tre Parti: 30" / 2'23" / 1'40")
Piano – Gianni-Emilio Simonetti
|5||Sixty-Two Mesostics Re Merce Cunningham (Frammento)
Vocals – Demetrio Stratos
- Recorded At – Fono Roma, Milano
- Composed By – John Cage
Notesnova musicha n.1
Originally released on LP in 1974.
Track 1 composed 1947
Track 2 composed 1960
Track 3 composed 1956
Track 4 composed 1952
Track 5 composed 1971
Recorded at Fono-Roma, Milano
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned): 8388765448926
- Matrix / Runout: || ERA1200693 EASYREPLICA ||
- Rights Society: S.I.A.E.
|CRSLP 6101||John Cage||John Cage (LP, Album, Dis)||Cramps Records||CRSLP 6101||Italy||1974|
|POCE-1205||John Cage||John Cage (CD, Album, RE)||Strange Days Records, Cramps Records||POCE-1205||Japan||2007|
|CRSCD 101||John Cage||John Cage (CD, Album, RE)||Cramps Records||CRSCD 101||Italy||1989|
|CRSLP 6101||John Cage||John Cage (LP, Album, RE, Bab)||Cramps Records||CRSLP 6101||Italy||1975|
|7243 8 57445 2 5, none||John Cage||John Cage (CD, Album, RE)||EMI, Cramps Records||7243 8 57445 2 5, none||Italy||1998|