More albums from John Cage: Sonatas And Interludes For Prepared Piano by John Cage. Indeterminacy: New Aspect Of Form In Instrumental And Electronic Music by John Cage. Electronic Music by John Cage. Circles, Frammento, Aria With Fontana Mix by John Cage. The 25-Year Retrospective Concert Of The Music Of John Cage by John Cage. Variations IV Volume II by John Cage. Variations IV by John Cage. Atlas Eclipticalis, Winter Music, Cartridge Music, Glossolalie by John Cage. View all albums . Fontana Mix-Feed.
John Cage – Fontana Mix. Label: Él – ACMEM194CD. Format: CD, Compilation. Composed By – John Cage (tracks: 1 -4, 6 - 7). Notes. Track 1: Prepared in 1958 at the Studio di Fonologia of the Italian Radio in Milan. Tracks 2 - 4: Town Hall, New York, May 15, 1958. Track 5: May 31, 1942 WBBM radio, Chicago. Tracks 6 - 7: 1953 at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Release includes 12-page booklet.
Fontana Mix - Feed (Solo Recital, Festival ZAJ1, Colegio Major Menéndez Pelayo De La Universidad De Madrid, Madrid, Spain, November 27, 1965). Fontana Mix - Feed (Solo Recital, Carnegie Recital Hall, New York City, December 1, 1966). Fontana Mix - Feed (Columbia Records Studios, New York City, June 1968). Fontana Mix - Feed" is Max Neuhaus' realizations of John Cage's score "Fontana Mix". The materials in John Cage's composition can be combined in various ways so that each performance should be different. - Tracks 1 to 4 originally released on LP on Mass Art (M-133) and later reissued in 2002 on LP on Alga Marghen as Max Neuhaus, John Cage - Fontana Mix-Feed. Track 5 originally released on the LP Max Neuhaus - Electronics & Percussion - Five Realizations By Max Neuhaus in 1968.
Fontana Mix (Orange/Tan). max resolution: 622x480px Source. Create new. Name is required. Fontana Mix (Orange/Tan). Style: Abstract Expressionism, Neo-Dada.
John Cage: Fontana Mix, Solo for Voice 2. Hat Hut Records. John Cage: Fontana Mix, Solo for Voice 2. Hat Hut Records 6125.
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John Cage (disambiguation). John Cage (1912–1992) was an American composer. John Cage may also refer to: John Cage (character), a fictional character from the Ally McBeal television series. Johnny Cage, a fictional character from the Mortal Kombat series of video games. com/John Cage (disambiguation).
John Cage - Concert for Piano, Fontana Mix David Kalhous, piano New Music Collective and guests FSU New Music Ensemble Edward Kawakami, conductor (Florida State University John Cage Festival, October 26, 2012). John Cage - Concert for Piano, Fontana Mix David Kalhous, piano New Music Collective and guests FSU New Music Ensemble Edward Kawakami, conductor (Florida State University John Cage Festival, October 26, 2012).
First Construction in Metal
feat: Manhattan Percussion Ensemble
Music for Carillon No. 1
feat: David Tudor
The City Wears a Slouch Hat
Music of Changes
feat: David Tudor
feat: David Tudor
Cilia Amidon - Percussion Earle Brown - Realization John Cage - Composer, Conductor, Liner Notes, Narrator, Percussion, Preparation, Primary Artist, Realization, Sound Director Xenia Cage - Percussion Merce Cunningham - Piano Assistance Frank Dane - Spoken Word Madelon Grayson - Spoken Word Ruth Hartman - Percussion Jonathan Hole - Spoken Word John Larkin - Spoken Word Amanda LeCorney - Cover Art Forrest Lewis - Spoken Word Stuart Lloyd - Percussion Manhattan Percussion Ensemble - Primary Artist Manhattan Percussion Ensemble - Ensemble Ilhan Mimaroglu - Liner Notes Les Mitchell - Stage Director Claire Oppenheim - Percussion Kenneth Patchen - Text Paul Price - Director Richard Ranger - Technical Assistance David Revill - Quotation Author Louis a. Stevenson Jr. - Technical Assistance Les Tremayne - Spoken Word David Tudor - Carillon, Piano, Primary Artist, Realization