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Mp3 John Cage / David Tudor - Indeterminacy: New Aspect Of Form In Instrumental And Electronic Music

  • Performer: John Cage / David Tudor
  • Album: Indeterminacy: New Aspect Of Form In Instrumental And Electronic Music
  • Label: Folkways Records
  • Catalog #: FT 3704
  • MP3: 2164 mb | FLAC: 2958 mb
  • Released: 1959
  • Country: US
  • Style: Abstract, Musique Concrète, Experimental
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 608
  • Category: Electronic / Audio Files / Classical
Mp3 John Cage / David Tudor - Indeterminacy: New Aspect Of Form In Instrumental And Electronic Music

Tracklist

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Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FT 3704John Cage / David Tudor John Cage / David Tudor - Indeterminacy: New Aspect Of Form In Instrumental And Electronic Music ‎(2xLP + Box)Folkways RecordsFT 3704US1959
FT 3704John Cage, David Tudor John Cage, David Tudor - Indeterminacy: New Aspect Of Form In Instrumental And Electronic Music ‎(2xLP + Box)Folkways RecordsFT 3704US1959
DOZ406DLPJohn Cage / David Tudor John Cage / David Tudor - Indeterminacy: New Aspect Of Form In Instrumental And Electronic Music ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, Gat)DoxyDOZ406DLPEurope2011
SF40804/5John Cage / David Tudor John Cage / David Tudor - Indeterminacy: New Aspect Of Form In Instrumental And Electronic Music ‎(2xCD, RE, RM)Smithsonian FolkwaysSF40804/5US1992
SF40804/5, SF 40804/5John Cage / David Tudor John Cage / David Tudor - Indeterminacy (New Aspect Of Form In Instrumental And Electronic Music) ‎(2xCD, RE, RM, Dis)Smithsonian Folkways, Smithsonian FolkwaysSF40804/5, SF 40804/5US1992

Credits

  • Design [Cover Design]Ronald Clyne
  • Performer [Music]David Tudor
  • Performer [Reading]John Cage
  • Photography ByDavid Gahr
  • ProducerJohn Cage, Moses Asch

Notes

Includes booklet.

Late in September in 1958 I was in Stockholm in a hotel. I set about writing the present lecture which I was obliged to give a week later at the Brussels Fair. I recalled a remark made years before by David Tudor that I should make a talk that was nothing but stories. The idea was appealing when he gave it to me but I had never acted on it. A few weeks before, in Darmstadt, Karlheinz Stockhausen had said, "I'll publish your Brussels talk in Die Reihe." I replied, "You'd better wait and see what it is I write." He said, "No matter what it is, I'll publish it." My intention in putting 90 stories together in an unplanned way is to suggest that all things, sounds, stories (and, by extension, beings) are related, and that this complexity is more evident when it is not over-simplified by an idea of relationship in one person's mind. Most of the stories are things that happened that stuck in my mind. Others I read in books and remembered, those for instance, from Kwang-Tse and Sri Ramakrishna. The 2nd, 15th, 16th, 46th, and 75th stories are to be found somewhere in the literature surrounding Zen. David Tudor: piano, whistles, tape machines, and amplified slinky.

David Tudor plays material from his part of the Concert for Piano and Orchestra (1957-58), using tracks from the Fontana Mix (1958-59) as noise elements where these are notated in Concert

There are 2 different sets here. One has Blue/Silver record labels and the "INDETERMINACY' on the box front is Red. The other has Red/Black record labels and the word "INDETERMINACY" on the box lid is Grey. (cortical)

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout: side 1 FT3704A Q MK
  • Matrix / Runout: side 2 FT3704B Q MK
  • Matrix / Runout: side 3 FT3704C Q MK
  • Matrix / Runout: side 4 FT3704D Q MK

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Album

Tudor's mastery of the conceptual and practical aspects of Cage's scores are breathtaking. Cage, John. Indeterminacy: New Aspects of Form in Instrumental and Electronic Music. Ninety Stories by John Cage, with Music. John Cage, reading David Tudor, music Cage, Solo for Piano from Concert for Piano and Orchestra, with Fontana Mix. Folkways FT 3704 2 LPs. Reissued 1992 on SmithsonianFolkways CD DF 408045 2 CDs. Indeterminacy New Aspect Of Form In Instrumental & Electronic Music by John Cage & David Tudor is a work created to help Cage to make his stories more. Album 1958 4 Songs. Indeterminacy 3. Indeterminacy 4. 4 Songs, 1 Hour 30 Minutes. Released: 31 Dec 1958. 1992 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings. Listen free to John Cage & David Tudor Indeterminacy: New Aspect. Do you know any background info about this album. Tudor gave the premiere of Cage's Music of Changes, the notorious 4' 33, and Listen free to John Cage & David Tudor Indeterminacy: New Aspect Of Form In Instrumental And Electronic Music Indeterminacy 1, Indeterminacy 2 and more. 4 tracks 90:24. Do you know any background info about this album Start the wiki. Tudor gave the premiere of Cage's Music of Changes, the notorious 4' 33, and read more. Similar Artists. Play all. David Tudor. 10,492 listeners. Christian Wolff. Performer David Tudor Performer John Cage. About this release. Folkways Records FT 3704 US. Thanks to snobb for the addition. More places to buy metal & JOHN CAGE music. CDUniverse - Specializing in the sale of domestic and imported music CDs and Imports. Completa la tua Collezione su John Cage, David Tudor. The college allowed students to record albums onto cassette, so I dubbed this LP and listened to it an indeterminate number of times over the years. The stories are quite pithy, often humorous, and nearly all of it is highly memorable. Cage & Tudor. john cage david tudor indeterminacy klankschap villa bota. John Cage would turn 100 this year. Cage reads us short and amusing or interesting stories, while David Tudor squirts noise all over the place. There are four parts. In the tradition of Cagean philosophy, part 1 is followed by part 3, then part 2 part 4 ends this enchanting listening experience. You can. So we have this pair to thank for Cornelius Cardew's first big reactionary tantrum do we The first recorded showcase for the musical theory of Indeterminacy,as dreamed up, nay made up by avant-garde experimentalist numero uno, John Cage. Which is a composing approach in which some aspects of a musical work are left open to chance or to the interpreter's free choice. John Cage, a pioneer of indeterminacy, defined it as the ability of a piece to be performed in substantially different ways. Not quite 'free' music, but a substantial step in that direct. So here is the last album of the 50's that I'm going to talk about today. From tomorrow I start the 60s. Again a huge thank you for all those who support this list, it's all simply thanks to you The History of the Albums - n 129. Today we're going to talk about Indeterminacy: New Aspect of Form in Instrumental and Electronic Music, a surprising album. read more. 2mo. Or consider a donation More Albums