John Cage graphic score

John Cage graphic score I really like this style of illustration which is hand created in a care free way to represent real events and movements. The messy unstructured concept can be used in contrast to more corporate and digital elements i.

John Cage "musical" notation was an American composer, music theorist, writer, philosopher, and artist.

John Cage "musical" notation was an American composer, music theorist, writer, philosopher, and artist.

The score for John Cage's famous 4'33" music piece. No further words needed.

cinoh: “likeafieldmouse: The first page of John Cage’s "On a warm summer evening in August 1952 pianist David Tudor approached a piano on stage at the Maverick Concert Hall in Woodstock, New.

John Cage, Mushroom Book Plate X

John Cage Mushroom Book Plate X 1972 Avant-garde His inventive compositions and unorthodox ideas profoundly influenced music.

i want to feel like this all the time. except with two coffee mug stains

john cage - eninka 22 - burned, smoked and branded Japanese Gampi paper mounted on paper (unique impression), x - collection of Ryo Toyonaga and Alvin Friedman-Kien

"Everything in the world has a spirit released by its sound.” —John Cage to Oskar Fischinger, 1984

Artist Roster, Shows, Schedules, and Releases by Radio Bunker (by Mataloni Promotions) at ReverbNation

John Cage's Graphic Score The innovative and influential American composer John Cage created a graphic score called “49 Waltzes for the Five Boroughs” as a tribute to the ever- changing city of New York. He superimposed 49 triangles on a map of New York City, using chance means to determine the locations of each angle. The listener or recorder was invited go to the apex of each angle and listen to or record the sounds of the city in that place.  *Rolling Stone Magazine, 1977.

John Cage's Graphic Score The innovative and influential American composer John…

Cage preparing a piano, in 1947. good article on Cage

Searching for Silence

John Cage preparing a piano, in 1947 Sprawling and minimalist work Steve Reich is an American composer and a pioneer of late twentieth-century minimalist music.

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