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101 Masterpieces: John Cage's 4'33"

In a world plagued by Muzak, John Cage needed to find a quiet way to make a powerful statement.
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The Original: John Cage, “4’33? (In Proportional Notation)” (1952/1953)

Arts : Hyperallergic

The original version of John Cage's "4'33" (In Proportional Notation)" will go on display at the Museum of Modern Art as part of There Will Never Be Silence: Scoring John Cage’s 4'33" (October 12, 2013–June 22, 2014).

Sheet music for John Cage's 4' 33"

Humor : Boing Boing

The sheet music for John Cage's 4' 33" is available for for $5.95. (For those not hip to this challenging 1952 composition, it is a classic of avant-garde music in which the performer plays nothing for the duration of the piece.) "4...

Nicolas Cage Performing John Cage’s 4’33?

Humor : Neatorama

In 1952, American experimental composer John Cage composed what he considered to be his most important work, 4'33" ("four minutes, thirty-three seconds") which is basically about 4 minutes of silence in 3 movements (Cage's idea is t...

‘Cage Does Cage’, A Collection of Nicolas Cage Clips Paying Tribute To The Silent John Cage Composition 4’33?

Humor : Laughing Squid

In tribute to “4’33?,” the classic silent song by avant-garde composer John Cage, Brooklyn-based graphic designer Adam Lucas has created “Cage Does Cage,” four minutes and 33 seconds of silent mugging from National Treasure star Nic...

John Cage's 4'33"

Humor / odd : Neatorama

In a world plagued by Muzak, John Cage needed to find a quiet way to make a powerful statement. (Image credit: © Jorge Royan / http://www.royan.com.ar / CC-BY-SA-3.0 ) On August 29, 1952, at a rustic outdoor chamber music hall tucke...

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