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Performer: John Cage

BIRDCAGE: 73’20.958” FOR A COMPOSER (John Cage) (Review by Art Lange)

electronics 

AUSTIN, LARRY: Beachcombers, for Four Musicians and Computer Music (Review by Mike Silverton)

chanting voice 

CAGE/HARRISON: Double Music (Review by Art Lange)

conductor 

CAGE, JOHN: 45’ for a Speaker. 31’ 57.9864” for a Pianist. 34’ 46.776” for a Pianist . 2’ 1.1499” for a String Player. 27’ 10.544 for a Percussionist (Review by Robert Carl)

speaker 

CAGE, JOHN: 45’ for a Speaker. 31’57.9864” for a pianist. 34’46.776” for a pianist. 26’1.1499” for a string player. 27’10.554” for a percussionist (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

speaker 

CAGE, JOHN: Diary (Review by Art Lange)

speaker 

CAGE, JOHN: Diary (Review by Mike Silverton)

voice 

CAGE, JOHN: James Joyce, Marcel Duchamp, Erik Satie (Review by Art Lange)

English version 

CAGE, JOHN: James Joyce, Marcel Duchamp, Erik Satie (Review by Art Lange)

German version 

CAGE, JOHN: James Joyce, Marcel Duchamp, Erik Satie (Review by Art Lange)

speaker 

CAGE, JOHN: Music for Piano Nos. 52-56 (Review by Mike Silverton)

piano 

CAGE, JOHN: Music for Three Eight Whiskus. Four (Review by Robert Carl)

shocking things 

CAGE, JOHN: Music for Three Eight Whiskus. Four (Review by Robert Carl)

voice 

CAGE, JOHN: Music for Three. Eight Whiskus. Four (Review by Mike Silverton)

shocking things 

CAGE, JOHN: Music for Three. Eight Whiskus. Four (Review by Mike Silverton)

voice 

CAGE, JOHN: Sonata XIII for Prepared Plano. Music for Marcel Duchamp. Song Books l-ll/Empty Words IIP (Review by Mike Silverton)

speaker 

CAGE, JOHN: Sonatas and Interludes. Composition in Retrospect (Review by Art Lange)

speaker 

CAGE, JOHN: The Ten Thousand Things (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

speaker 

CAGE/TUDOR: Indeterminacy (Review by Art Lange)

voice 

CARDEW: Piano Sonata No. 3 (Review by Mike Silverton)

piano 

CURRAN: World Musics Rattlesnake Mountain. Coastline. Mine. Improvisation. Soft Shoulder. From Center of Rainbow, Sounding. Improvisation. Ice, Dew, Food, Crew, Ape. Maritime Rites (Review by Art Lange)

speaker 

EVANGELISTI: Proiezioni sonore (Review by Mike Silverton)

piano 

KEEFE: The Ephemerides, for Harp and Percussion (Review by Mike Silverton)

chanting voice 

MCTEE: Metal Music—Computer Music on Tape (Review by Mike Silverton)

chanting voice 

NILSSON: Quantitäten für Klavier (Review by Mike Silverton)

piano 

PIEKARSKI: Dreamtile, for Computer-Controlled Ensemble. WASCHKA, II (Review by Mike Silverton)

chanting voice 

POUSSEUR: Impromptu et Variations II (Review by Mike Silverton)

piano 

ROGERS, ROWELL: Cenotaph—Computer Music on Tape (Review by Mike Silverton)

chanting voice 

RUSSELL: 3 Dance Movements (Review by Art Lange)

conductor 

TUDOR: Bandoneon! (A Combine). Anima Pepsi. Pespibird. Pespsillator. Mesostics re Merce Cunnngham/Untitled. Wanderings. Phonemes. Rainforest IV. Webwork. Virtual Focus. Neural Network Plus (Review by Robert Carl)

voice 

TUDOR: PIANO AVANT-GARDE. Recordings 1956-60 (Review by Mike Silverton)

piano 

TUDOR/CAGE: Rainforest II. Mureau (Review by Art Lange)

voice 

WINSOR: Anamorphoses, for Trumpet Ensemble (Review by Mike Silverton)

chanting voice 

WOLFF, CHRISTIAN G.: Duo for Pianists f. Duo for Pianists (second version). For Piano with Preparations (Review by Mike Silverton)

piano 

 

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