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  1. / Etudes Australes / CD / / Use code "STEREO" to take 15% OFF orders of $75 or more! Expires 5/31/
  2. Sep 05,  · John Cage's most famous, or infamous, work is "4'33"," in which a musician walks onstage and sits at the piano for 4 minutes and 33 seconds. Music .
  3. Études australes, Book IV: Étude 32, a song by John Cage, Sabine Liebner on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
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  6. John Cage Sonatas and Interludes. John Cage: Sonatas and Interludes for Prepared Piano () New Recording by Nurit Tilles Deluxe 3 LP (45 RPM) Audiophile Box Set. The release of this limited edition ( numbered copies) is in honor of John Cage's Centennial Year. Includes: Archival Material; 40 Page Color Book with Essays; Gram.
  7. In most of the performances of John Cage’s famously silent composition 4’33”, the performer sits in front of what appears to be sheet music (as in the performance below).The audience, generally prepared for what will follow, namely nothing, may sometimes wonder what could be printed on those pages.
  8. Jan 02,  · Études australes is one of several large works Cage wrote during the s by laying starmaps over manuscript paper and using the placement of the stars to determine the pitches. Cage used the I Ching to determine some of the other musical parameters but left the dynamic levels, attacks, and tempos to the discretion of the performer, and this has led to extraordinary diversity in the lengths.