Greek Ode, for voice and piano (1932). First Chapter of Ecclesiastes (The Preacher), for voice and piano (1932, possibly incomplete). Three Easy Pieces (1. Round in A minor, 2. Duo in G major, 3. Infinite canon in F minor), for piano (1933). Three Songs for voice and piano, (1932–33). Sonata for Clarinet (1933). Sonata for Two Voices, for two instruments with specified ranges (1933).
Music for Carillon, No. 1, 1958. Music for Four (1987, revised 1988). Music for one (1984). Music for Piano 1 (1952). Music for Piano 2 (1953). Music for Piano 20 (1953). Music for Piano 21-36 (1955). Music for Piano 3 (1953). Music for Piano 37-52 (1955). Music for Piano 4-19 (1953). Music for Piano 53-68 (1956). Music for Piano 69-84 (1956). Music for Piano 85 (1962). Music for Six (1984). Double Music (John Cage, Lou Harrison). Metamorphosis (1938). Music for Amplified Toy piano. Music for Marcel Duchamp (1947). Works by Calder, Music for the film.
John Cage: Electronic Music For Piano (feat. Thurston Moore, David Toop, & Jon Leidecker). This heartfelt tribute, organized by the Earle Brown Foundation to commemorate Brown s 80th birthday, brings together musicians and ensembles from rock, jazz and classical backgrounds in exciting and varied realizations of Brown's groundbreaking open form work, Folio and Four Systems. Sample this album Artist (Sample).
Concert For Piano And Orchestra (1957-58). Bass – Jonathan HeilbronBassoon – Isabel DowellCello – Anton – Vicky WrightComposed By – John CageConductor – Jack Sheen (2)Flute – Nancy RufferPiano – Philip Thomas (4)Saxophone – Iain HarrisonTrombone – Andrew DigbyTrumpet – Jonathan ImpettTuba – Melvyn PooreViola – Bridget Carey, Reiad ChibahViolin – Aisha Orazbayeva, Hilary Sturt, Ruth Ehrlich. Recorded at Clothworkers Centenary Concert Hall, School of Music, University of Leeds, 1 July 2017.
CC: John Cage - Concert for Piano and Orchestra; Christian Wolff - Resistance. Clothworkers Centenary Concert Hall, School of Music, University of Leeds. Huddersfield Contemporary Records. Apartment House, Philip Thomas.
John Cage Personal Library. 4′33″ App. Sonatas and Interludes. Manuscript Location Collection Gelbe Musik, Berlin John Cage Trust Kunsthaus, Zurich Library of Congress, Washington . Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Illinois New York Public Library for the Performing Arts Northwestern University Music Library Pierpont Morgan Library Private Collection Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam Unknown.
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John Milton Cage Jr. (September 5, 1912 – August 12, 1992) was an American composer and music theorist. A pioneer of indeterminacy in music, electroacoustic music, and non-standard use of musical instruments, Cage was one of the leading figures of the post-war avant-garde. Critics have lauded him as one of the most influential composers of the 20th century. He was also instrumental in the development of modern dance, mostly through his association with choreographer Merce Cunningham, who was also Cage’s romantic partner for most of their lives. Cage was also a pioneer of the prepared piano (a piano with its sound altered by objects placed between or on its strings or hammers), for which he wrote numerous dance-related works and a few concert pieces. The best known of these is Sonatas and Interludes (1946–48). Popular John Cage songs.