1. Javier Zabala


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    Vídeo-presentación para la sexta edición del Curso Internacional de Ilustración y Diseño Gráfico de Albarracín (Teruel), junio de 2011. Trabajos del ilustrador Javier Zabala. Música: «Entreferencias» de Fonosträbico, remezclado con el piano extraído de «Cheap Imitation» de John Cage (1969), versión de «Socrate» de Erik Satie (1918). http://fonostrabico.ernestosarasa.com http://www.ernestosarasa.com http://www.javierzabala.com

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    • OPUKA : Talking music


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      OPUKA : Talking music Dedicated to John Cage. We used his voice as a piano player... Source material: http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=2aYT1Pwp30M Done in June 2007. //description in czech// Při své poslední návštěvě Bratislavy Cage pronesl: "Jestli jsme zatím neudělali nic pro své otce, nemáme právo dělat nic pro sebe." Myslel tím své duchovní otce. Talking music prezentuje možnosti pitch analýzy zvukového signálu a jeho převodu do MIDI kódu s možností následné substituce za klasický hudební nástroj. U Talking music se jedná o převod Cageova proslovu na hru na piano. Obraz napomáhá rozehrát tuto substituční hru. Věnováno Johnu Cageovi. Zdrojový materiál: http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=2aYT1Pwp30M

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      • 4'33'' (John Cage) - interpretation by Marian Weger


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        This is an interpretation of the piece 4'33'' by John Cage. Made with PD/GEM. http://www.marianweger.com

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        • Changing the System, part 1: discovering the possibilities


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          This is the first segment of Changing the System (55 mins, 2007), a documentary by Andrew Chesher. In 1973 Christian Wolff, erstwhile student of composer John Cage, wrote the score of Changing the System. It took its title from an interview with the Tom Hayden, a key figure of the 68 student movement. The idea of participatory democracy associated with student activism at that time, was implicit in the sort of indeterminate scores Wolff and other members of his musical milieu were writing. Following the preparations for a recent performance of the piece, this documentary observes the musicians and their discussions during rehearsals, contextualised by their comments on its significance and the process of playing it. This first segment of the documentary introduces Wolff's composition, focusing on first encounters with the score.

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          • "Credo in US", John Cage [rehearsal excerpts]


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            Vasudevan Panicker, piano Fred Trumpy, perc 1 Cory Bracken, perc 2 Amirtha Kidambi, radio/phonograph Join us at the Thalia Cafe on Thursday, July 21st, 7pm for a FREE show featuring Elevator Rose, the BACK Duo, and Kites of Saturn! Visit the facebook page for more info: http://tinyurl.com/5tcss8r

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            • Tone Row Generator for Max for Live


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              This Max for Live patch generates random notes in different scales and tempi and combines composition techniques of Arnold Schoenberg and John Cage. Like in Schoenberg's twelve-tone technique every tone row refers to a non-repetitive ordering of the notes, so no note will be played twice in a row. The Tone Row Generator also transfers the 12-tone-technique to other scales like the western church scales or pentatonic scales. On the other hand John Cage's idea of aleatoric music is incorporated in this plug-in. The randomness of the note output makes the generated music based on chance operations. The Max urn objects realizes both composition techniques - generating numbers randomly and never twice in a row. However you use this midi-device - analytic or intuitive, synchronized or free - you can generate some pretty interesting sequences and even use it as an arpeggiator. Download the patch @nilsnordmann.de and enjoy!

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              • SoundNotion 25: Badassness


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                SoundNotion is the weekly podcast for new music and music news. Topics include what it means to be a badass composer, finding the “American” in American music, writing for piano, and more. Patrick Gullo - http://patrickgullo.com David MacDonald - http://davidmacdonaldmusic.com Sam Merciers - http://sammerciers.com Nate Bliton - http://natebliton.com For more information or to subscribe to this podcast, go to soundnotion.tv/​sn

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                • Benjamin Buchanan performs "4'33"" by John Cage


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                  Benjamin Buchanan, student of Dr. Roger Price at the University of Tulsa, performs John Cages "4'33"." Keith Kirchoff, piano, and Zaque Hutchings, organ, join in this rousing trio rendition of this eternally-fresh classic masterpiece of the twentieth century. Also featuring the acoustics of the University of Tulsa's Sharp Chapel as well as those in attendance on October 21, 2010.

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                  • ROULETTE MUSICIRCUS - 2 Days in 4 Minutes


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                    On June 4th and 5th, 2011, Roulette opened up the doors of its new concert hall in downtown Brooklyn for a massive John Cage MUSICIRCUS. Over 100 performers collided over the course of the 10 hour event, with an audience of well over 1,000! This event was a sneak peek for whats to come at Roulette's new home. Roulette officially opens September 15! Visit www.roulette.org/newroulette to find out more about Roulette's new home. Visit www.roulette.org/specialevents/musicircus2011 Performers include: * Buckminster: Brad Henkel, Nathaniel Morgan, Peter Hanson * Brown Wing Overdrive: Chuck Bettis, Derek Morton, Coralie Lonfat * Margaret Leng Tan * Cori Olinghouse "Ghost line (work-in-progress)" * Ha Yang Kim * Keiko Uenishi (o.blaat) / Melissa Lockwood / Ana Santos "Daily Routines" * Matana Roberts * Michael Vincent Waller - Raga Brooklyn (2011) accompanied by James Ross; Michael Vincent Waller - 4'32" for John Cage (2011) * Miguel Gutierrez * MV Carbon "Stabilimenta" * Natalie Elizabeth Weiss AKA Unicornicopia (DJ SET OF THE FUTURE) * Ashcan Bell Choir * Twisty Cat * Lucas Geronimas * Rowan * Kagel Nacht - the music of Mauricio Kagel * Shiraishi Tamio * Zach Layton * Daniel Fishkin & Tristan Shepherd * Himalayas * Katherine Liberovskaya & Peter Shapiro * Bruce Eisenbeil & Andrew Drury * Anthony Coleman * Michael Evans * Fast Forward * Sally Silvers * Abraham Gomez-Delgado * Alfredo Marin * Hammer of Hathor: Heather Vergotis, Mark Kaylor, Kelvin Pittman, Dann Pell "For Guylene" * Shelley Hirsch & David Watson * Liliana Dirks-Goodman "#8" * Mariana Valencia * Tristan Shepherd w/ guests Eric Silberberg (bass) and John Stanesco (bass clarinet) * Gabrielle Herbst * Katherine Young/Clara Latham * Kenny Wollesen, Nicole Federici & Sonic Smithies * Tristan Perich / Noisebox * Michael Gallope * Sam Mickens * Zach Mangan * Jennifer Monson * Koosil-ja, Geoff Matters, David Or * Dan Joseph * Cori Olinghouse * Elliott Sharp * Justin Frye "Aborted Scraps" * Sasha Welsh/Bradford Reed * Nine11Thesaurus * Greg Fox * Jim Altieri * Lainie Fefferman Aired on rTV: 2011 Performance: June 5-6, 2011

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                    • Cine Qua Non {4} winter/spring '11


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                      Idea and Production | Ana Luísa Valdeira da Silva and Madalena Manzoni Palmeirim www.cinequanon.pt

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