Complete Piano Music Vol. 1-10

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Title: Complete Piano Music Vol. 1-10
Otros títulos: Musica Para Piano Completa
Complete Piano Music Vol. 5/2
Two Pianos - Dos Pianos
Three Dances (1944/45) - Tres Bailes (1944/45)
Intérprete/ Colaborador: John Cage; Steffen Schleiermacher
Código CDU: Cage.01
Forma Musical: Piano music. Piano music (Pianos (2)) Prepared piano music. Piano and electronic music. Aleatory music.
Abstract: Even after his death, John Cage remains a controversial figure. Famously challenging the very notion of what music is, Cage remained on the leading edge of both playful and profound experimentalism for the greater part of his career, collaborating with and influencing generations of composers, writers, dancers, and visual artists. One of his best-known and most sonically intriguing innovations, the prepared piano, had become an almost commonplace compositional resource by the end of the twentieth century. Years before the invention of the synthesizer, he was in the forefront in the exploration of electric and electronic sound sources, using oscillators, turntables, and amplification to musical ends. He pioneered the use of graphic notation and, in employing chance operations to determine musical parameters, was the leading light for one cadre of the avant-garde that included Morton Feldman, Christian Wolff, Earle Brown, and Pauline Oliveros. Cage produced works of "performance art" years ...


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1. Two2 (1989).wav 45:57 463.8Mb WAV audio wav
2. Three Dances (1944-45)- I.mp3 6:20 8.696Mb MPEG Audio mp3
3. Three Dances (1944-45)- II.mp3 7:10 9.833Mb MPEG Audio mp3
4. Three Dances (1944-45)- III.mp3 10:57 15.02Mb MPEG Audio mp3
Three Dances (1944-45)- Completo.wav 24:22 245.8Mb WAV audio wav

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