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John Cage - Prepared Piano
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John Cage
Prepared Piano

01
John Cage - Mysterious Adventure 07:21 Share
02
John Cage - A Room 02:07 Share
03
John Cage - Tassed as it is Untroubled 03:12 Share
04
John Cage - Primitive 03:51 Share
05
John Cage - Music for Marcel Duchamp 05:54 Share
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John Cage - Totem Ancestor 02:16 Share
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John Cage - A Valentine out of Season 1 02:04 Share
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John Cage - A Valentine out of Season 2 00:59 Share
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John Cage - A Valentine out of Season 3 01:25 Share
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John Cage - Spontaneous Earth 02:45 Share
11
John Cage - Root of an Unfocus 04:54 Share
12
John Cage - The Perilous Night 1 02:29 Share
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John Cage - The Perilous Night 2 00:52 Share
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John Cage - The Perilous Night 3 04:47 Share
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John Cage - The Perilous Night 4 01:23 Share
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John Cage - The Perilous Night 5 00:51 Share
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John Cage - The Perilous Night 6 03:44 Share
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John Cage - Daughters of the lonesome isle 08:38 Share
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John Cage - The unavailable Memory of 02:12 Share
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John Cage - And the Earth shall bear again 03:05 Share
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John Cage - Triple Paced 02:19 Share
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John Cage - Bacchanale 10:51 Share
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John Cage - Prelude for Meditation 01:16 Share
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John Cage - In the Name of the Holocaust 06:10 Share
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John Cage - Our Spring will come 04:22 Share
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John Cage - Two Pastorale I 06:29 Share
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John Cage - Two Pastorale II 07:12 Share
Total Time 01:43:28
Digital Booklet - only with album
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John Cage, Works for Prepared Piano 12,99 €  |  download
01 John Cage - Mysterious Adventure 07:21
02 John Cage - A Room 02:07
03 John Cage - Tassed as it is Untroubled 03:12
04 John Cage - Primitive 03:51
05 John Cage - Music for Marcel Duchamp 05:54
06 John Cage - Totem Ancestor 02:16
07 John Cage - A Valentine out of Season 1 02:04
08 John Cage - A Valentine out of Season 2 00:59
09 John Cage - A Valentine out of Season 3 01:25
10 John Cage - Spontaneous Earth 02:45
11 John Cage - Root of an Unfocus 04:54
12 John Cage - The Perilous Night 1 02:29
13 John Cage - The Perilous Night 2 00:52
14 John Cage - The Perilous Night 3 04:47
15 John Cage - The Perilous Night 4 01:23
16 John Cage - The Perilous Night 5 00:51
17 John Cage - The Perilous Night 6 03:44
01 John Cage - Daughters of the lonesome isle 08:38
02 John Cage - The unavailable Memory of 02:12
03 John Cage - And the Earth shall bear again 03:05
04 John Cage - Triple Paced 02:19
05 John Cage - Bacchanale 10:51
06 John Cage - Prelude for Meditation 01:16
07 John Cage - In the Name of the Holocaust 06:10
08 John Cage - Our Spring will come 04:22
09 John Cage - Two Pastorale I 06:29
10 John Cage - Two Pastorale II 07:12
Total Time 01:43:28
Digital Booklet - only with album
John Cage was a student of Henry Cowell and Arnold Schönberg and made use of innovations of both of his teachers, promptly integrating them into his own creativity – and turning them into something completely different. He adopted Henry Cowell's idea of altering the sound of a piano by interfering with the strings, thereby expanding the instrument's range of expression to a downright undreamed of extent. And as for Schönberg's twelve-tone system, Cage playfully extended it to a 25-tone system, only to eventually throw off all chains, wishing to experiment with numerous other kinds of music. Bacchanale was written in 1938, when Cage was asked to accompany the dancer Syvilla Fort on the piano. With the aim of creating the impression of a percussion ensemble playing, he prepared the instrument accordingly: and that's how it all began. This double album is a compilation of works for prepared piano written between 1938 and 1952, demonstrating an immense range of sound options. And Markus Hinterhäuser knows how to deal with them all, from rhythmically complex pieces to minute sound gradations, handling Cage's music with his innate intensity and enthusiasm.

2CD

Instrumental

Piano

Contemporary

Recommendation
In 1951, after numerous solo compositions, Cage tried his hand at a piano concerto, naturally for the prepared variety. And in marked contrast to the concerto: Sixty-Eight
John Cage never came to a standstill: until the very end he kept on searching for (and finding) hitherto unexplored new forms of artistic expression. 
The master of the prepared piano tackles small musical forms with his accustomed originality in his Sonatas and Interludes. 
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