Manuscript Excerpt: Trio

Second movement incorporated into "Amores"

NYPL catalog record

C.F Peters record

Date [year]: 
1936
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Manuscript Excerpt: ____,____ ____ circus on ____

A means by which to turn a literary work into a performance

NYPL catalog record

C.F Peters record

Date [year]: 
1979
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"Sonata No. 1," interpreted by Pavel Ruminov

Description: 

Instrumentation includes a prepared piano.

Artist Name: 
Pavel Ruminov

Manuscript Excerpt: Williams Mix

Six categories of sounds recorded onto eight tracks of 1/4" magnetic tape; the score indicates the pattern of tape splicing necessary for the realization.

NYPL catalog record

C.F Peters record

Date [year]: 
1953
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Manuscript Excerpt: Four 4

Performers choose their instruments and assign numbers to them. Time brackets indicate the duration of sounds, with each bracket assigned to an instrument.

NYPL catalog record

C.F Peters record

Date [year]: 
1991
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Manuscript Excerpt: Realization Variations VII

Cage scored this piece for any number of performers, whom he instructed to use neither music nor recordings. The performance consists of using any other sounds available at time and place of performance.

NYPL catalog record

Date [year]: 
1978
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1912

Manuscript Excerpt: HPSCHD

Cage composed "HPSCHD" for one to seven harpsichords and on to 51 magnetic tapes. The tapes for the first performance were generated by computer.

NYPL catalog record

Date [year]: 
1969
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1912a

Bio text: 

Born in Los Angeles on September 5

Manuscript Excerpt: Music Walk

"Music Walk" requires performers to use radios, voices, and other available sounds. Its score consists of transparencies from which the performers create their own scores.

NYPL catalog record

C.F Peters record

Date [year]: 
1958
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