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Customer Reviews

Fantastic piece, but they should re-release it

It's a fantastic song, but the fidelity suffers from age. I'm holding off purchasing until they come out with a remastered release.

Weehoo till the death of me

Its a good musical statemet but i wouldnt pay money for it

Yes, I heard this in music appreciation, but

I love how it is total silence, but really, listen. What do you hear? Conversations, air conditioning running, maybe if
you're outside, birds singing. It's the music that surrounds us that we never notice. I love this song.

Biography

Born: September 5, 1912 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Classical

Years Active: '30s, '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

The most influential and controversial American experimental composer of the 20th century, John Cage was the father of indeterminism, a Zen-inspired aesthetic which expelled all notions of choice from the creative process. Rejecting the most deeply held compositional principles of the past — logical consequence, vertical sensitivity, and tonality among them — Cage created a groundbreaking alternative to the serialist method, deconstructing traditions established hundreds and even thousands...
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