The Music Of John Cage
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📒The Music Of John Cage ✍ James Pritchett
✏The Music of John Cage Book Summary : The first book to examine fully the work of John Cage, leading figure of the post-war musical avant-garde.
📒Musicage ✍ John Cage
✏Musicage Book Summary : The entire range of John Cage's work and thought, explored in three wide-ranging dialogues, which constitute his last unified statement on his art.
📒John Cage S Theatre Pieces ✍ William Fetterman
✏John Cage s Theatre Pieces Book Summary : The experimental composer John Cage (1912-1992) is best known for his works in percussion, prepared piano, and electronic music, but he is also acknowledged to be one of the most significant figures in 20th century theatre. In Cage's work in theatre composition there is a blurring of the distinctions between music, dance, literature, art and everyday life. Here, William Fetterman examines the majority of those compositions by Cage which are audial as well as visual in content, beginning with his first work in this genre in 1952, and continuing through 1992. Much of the information in this study comes from previously undocumented material discovered among the unpublished scores and notes of Cage and his frequent collaborator David Tudor, as well as author's interviews with Cage and with individuals closely associated with his work, including David Tudor, Merce Cunningham, Bonnie Bird, Mary Caroline Richards, and Ellsworth Snyder.
📒The Cambridge Companion To John Cage ✍ David Nicholls
✏The Cambridge Companion to John Cage Book Summary : Celebrates the richness and diversity of Cage's achievements, providing a rounded portrait of an influential composer.
📒The New York Schools Of Music And Visual Arts ✍ Steven Johnson
✏The New York Schools of Music and Visual Arts Book Summary : Explores the influences on the four musicians in the early 50s who, because of their deep interest in art, associated closely with the New York School of painters: Varese, Wolpe, Feldman and Cage.
📒Writings Through John Cage S Music Poetry And Art ✍ David W. Bernstein
✏Writings through John Cage s Music Poetry and Art Book Summary : This volume looks at the creative work of the great avant-gardist John Cage from an exciting interdisciplinary perspective, exploring his activities as a composer, performer, thinker, and artist. The essays in this collection grew out of a pivotal gathering during which a spectrum of participants including composers, music scholars, and visual artists, literary critics, poets, and filmmakers convened to examine Cage's extraordinary artistic legacy. Beginning with David Bernstein's introductory essay on the reception of Cage's music, the volume addresses topics ranging from Cage's reluctance to discuss his homosexuality, to his work as a performer and musician, and his forward-looking, provocative experimentation with electronic and other media. Several of the essays draw upon previously unseen sketches and other source materials. Also included are transcripts of lively panel discussions among some of Cage's former colleagues. Taken together, this collection is a much-needed contribution to the study of one of the most significant American artists of the twentieth century.
📒The Boulez Cage Correspondence ✍ Pierre Boulez
✏The Boulez Cage Correspondence Book Summary : Between May 1949 and August 1954 the composers Pierre Boulez and John Cage exchanged a series of remarkable letters which reflect on their own music and the music and culture of the time. This correspondence, together with a further letter from 1962 and various other relevant documents, have been edited by Jean-Jacques Nattiez and appear here for the first time completely in English. At the time Cage and Boulez were great friends and these amicable letters reflect their differing ideas on the course new music should take. While Boulez was thinking about forms of serialism, Cage was moving in the direction of ever greater compositional freedom and chance procedures. Professor Nattiez has written a full introduction to this collection of documents and the meticulous and detailed annotation of every letter makes this a volume of extraordinary value for our understanding of the development of both Cage and Boulez and the music of their time.
📒No Such Thing As Silence ✍ Kyle Gann
✏No Such Thing as Silence Book Summary : A discussion of John Cage's "4'33"," a mid-twentieth-century musical work composed entirely of silence, providing a cultural context for the piece, and examining the musical, philosophical, and environmental factors that influenced Cage.
📒Silence Lectures And Writings ✍ John Cage
✏Silence Lectures and Writings Book Summary : John Cage is the outstanding composer of avant-garde music today. The Saturday Review said of him: “Cage possesses one of the rarest qualities of the true creator- that of an original mind- and whether that originality pleases, irritates, amuses or outrages is irrelevant.” “He refuses to sermonize or pontificate. What John Cage offers is more refreshing, more spirited, much more fun-a kind of carefree skinny-dipping in the infinite. It’s what’s happening now.” –The American Record Guide “There is no such thing as an empty space or an empty time. There is always something to see, something to hear. In fact, try as we may to make a silence, we cannot. Sounds occur whether intended or not; the psychological turning in direction of those not intended seems at first to be a giving up of everything that belongs to humanity. But one must see that humanity and nature, not separate, are in this world together, that nothing was lost when everything was given away.”
📒Talking Music ✍ William Duckworth
✏Talking music Book Summary :