A look at the influencesd of John Cage over the years, both with Merce Cunnoingham, the dancer, with Robert Rauschenberg,the painter, and with his influences in general concerning sound, or lack of sound, and randomness and innovation that deals with ...
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A look at the influences of John Cage over the years, both with Merce Cunningham, the dancer, with Robert Rauschenberg,the painter, and with his influences in general concerning sound, or lack of sound, and randomness and innovation that deals with more than one sensation. Cage's unusual approach refined limits, or lack of them, for modern music and its sounds.
From the Paper:ABOUT JOHN CAGE, HIS COLLABORATORS, HIS INFLUENCES Who was John Cage? Actually, there is more than a single answer to that question. For one thing, he was a major force in music in America in the Twentieth Century. But he was also one of the most important developers and innovators of a concept that there is more to music than just a bunch of notes. Critics say that Cage "pioneered the development of the percussion orchestra; experimented with the use of noise; invented the prepared piano; acted as the earliest American proponent of electronic and taped music; originated the multi-discipline, multi-media `happening'; initiated the use of chance and indeterminate methods in composition; and
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