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4746.085 - John Cage - The Number Pieces 5 - Two2 (CD)

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  1. Voodookazahn
    Cage: The Number Pieces, Vol. 6 by Cage, John on CD. Order from your preferred classical music CD store - ArkivMusic. Great prices. Best service. Fast delivery.
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  2. Gorn
    from the CD The Number Pieces 1 (mode 44) One 5 () for piano solo Stephen Drury, piano from the CD The Piano Works, Volume 1 (mode 47) One 6 Irvine Arditti, violin from the CD Volume The Works for Violin 5 (mode ) One 7 () for any way of producing sounds John Cage, voice from the CD Cage Performs Cage (mode ).
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  3. Malajin
    "The term Number Pieces refers to a body of late compositions (40, or 41 if Seventeen was actually composed) by John Cage. Each piece is named after the number of performers involved: for instance, Seven is a piece for seven performers, One9 (read "One Nine") is the ninth work for one performer, and 1O1 is a piece for an orchestra of musicians.
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  4. Tolabar
    “Of Cage's so-called "Number Pieces", works composed late in his life, 'Two2' () seems to be one of the least frequently recorded. It was written for the piano duo Double Edge (Edmund Niemann and Nurit Tilles) though it appears that the premiere was performed in May by Rob Haskins and Louis Goldstein; it's available to be heard on.
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  5. Samurr
    Buy CDs,DVDs online at nispaiponbestbacrovorkoelectpuddiarhen.coinfo: John Cage: Works for Two Keyboards, Vol. 3: Winter Music; Two2 (); Experiences No. 1 / Xenia Pestova / Pascal Meyer Piano Duo Composers: John Cage ( - ) Label: Naxos (USA) Ensembles: Pestova-Meyer Piano Duo - NXS
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  6. Mazucage
    May 12,  · recordIng revIewS Two2 for two pianos. The Complete John Cage Edition, Vol. rob Haskins, piano 1; Laurel Karlik Sheehan, piano 2. Liner notes by rob Haskins. Mode Between and his death in , John cage completed forty-eight compositions that have come to be known as the number Pieces. The term derives from the fact that the titles of these compositions consist of .
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  7. Targ
    “The interpreter is a very important person indeed in Cage’s piano music, and a top international expert like Steffen Schleiermacher is a must for a complete recording such as this one: he knows the nuts and bolts and all the fine nuances.”.
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  8. Nikokasa
    The term Number Pieces refers to a body of late compositions (40, or 41 if Seventeen was actually composed) by John nispaiponbestbacrovorkoelectpuddiarhen.coinfo piece is named after the number of performers involved: for instance, Seven is a piece for seven performers, One 9 (read "One Nine") is the ninth work for one performer, and 1O1 is a piece for an orchestra of musicians. The vast majority of these works were composed.
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  9. Gami
    Mar 26,  · This absence and the extreme economy of content gives Cage’s Number Pieces a transparency that is always a surprise for those who know the composer’s more extravagant or virtuosic works—27¢² for a Percussionist (), the Concert, HPSCHD (), Roaratorio (), or the Freeman Etudes for violin (–80/–90).
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