John Cage - Cage: Number Pieces 5 -ˇˇ album mp3
John Cage was famously disinterested in the conventions of Western tonal harmony because harmonic progressions tend to be predictable and tend to keep the listener from really hearing the sounds, simply eliciting responses to familiar patterns. Later in his life, though, he developed a view of harmony that stood outside tonal conventions, in which the element of predictability and cause-and-effect was eliminated, but in which a complex, organic relationship between harmonic sonorities could exist. In his Number Pieces, he produced work in which the element of harmony was central, though entirely on his own terms. Two2, the 36-movement piece for two pianos recorded here, is a superb example of the composer's ability to bring his unique vision to an aural reality that confirms its aesthetic integrity, and is at the same time very beautiful.
The Number Pieces 6: Five; Seven; Thirteen. JOHN CAGE: One/Seven Performance & John Cage Talks About Cows. John Cage Seven - Quartets I-VIII. John Cage Fourteen - Seven - Ten - Three2. Schlothauer - for seven players. James Tenney Forms 1-4. Eastman Musica Nova Ensemble. John Cage - Two, Five and Seven.
American avant-garde composer John Cage (1912–1992) started composing pieces for solo prepared piano around 1938–40. The majority of early works for this instrument were created to accompany dances by Cage's various collaborators, most frequently Merce Cunningham. In response to frequent criticisms of prepared piano, Cage cited numerous predecessors (such as Henry Cowell).
Volume John Cage Atlas Eclipticalis With Winter Music (4xLP + Box) 1986 2. Volume John Cage, The Arditti Quartet The Complete String Quartets, Vol. 1 (CD, Album) 1989 3. John Cage The Number Pieces 5 - Two2 (CD) 39 1990. Volume John Cage, Michael Bach The Number Pieces 3: One⁸ (CD, Album) 2004 32. Volume John Cage - Margaret Leng Tan The Works For Piano 7 (DVD, Album, NTSC) 2006 34. Volume John Cage - Margaret Leng Tan The Piano Works 7 (CD, Album) 2006 34. Volume John Cage The Works For Saxophone 2 (CD, Album) 2006 35. Volume John Cage One11 And 103 (DVD-V, NTSC, Reg) 2006 36. Number Pieces 4 - Three; Solo With Obbligato.
Composed By – John Cage. Executive-Producer – Antoine Beuger. Layout – Daniel Bechem, Mess Media, Berlin. Piano – Guy Vandromme. recorded: deSingel, Antwerpen (B), november 2013.
The Number Pieces I '1995. 2. John Cage - One. 3. John Cage - Two. Archive content. John Cage - The Number Pieces I/ - . 0. The Number Pieces 5 '2008. Solo For Voice 58 (18 Microtonal Ragas) '2007. Atlas Eclipticalis With Winter Music '2007. Seven - Quartets I-VIII '2007. Early Piano Music (plays Herbert Henck) '2005. A Cage Of Saxophones, Vol. 1 '2002.
Performers: - Ami Flammer. Dominique Alchourroun. In MP3 format In FLAC format. John Cage - The Number Pieces I. 1. Four 3 1991.
John Milton Cage Jr. (September 5, 1912 – August 12, 1992) was an American composer, music theorist, artist, and philosopher. 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.
Title: Cage: Number Pieces 5 -ˇˇ
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