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Tim Page nails John Cage

In his first work of criticism since suffering a brain injury 15 months ago, Tim Page shows in a single paragraph why he’s still one of the best. From his review of the John Cage Letters in the NYRB:   If I rarely listen to John Cage, I listen through him constantly. I teach a […]
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