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Folder D-185

 Container

Contains 11 Collections and/or Records:

Folder D-185

 File — Folder: D-185
Identifier: Folder D-185
Scope and Contents John Cage was already established as an influential American composer and important leader of post-World War II avant-garde music when he began his Notations project in the mid-1960s. The previous decade had seen his compositional breakthroughs with uses of silence and chance operations. In the late 1950s and early 1960s, Cage earned increasing public fame through travels and performances abroad, publication of his music by C. F. Peters, and publication of his book ...

Modeller, 1968

 Item — Folder: D-185, Item: 2
Identifier: Item 2
Scope and Contents John Cage was already established as an influential American composer and important leader of post-World War II avant-garde music when he began his Notations project in the mid-1960s. The previous decade had seen his compositional breakthroughs with uses of silence and chance operations. In the late 1950s and early 1960s, Cage earned increasing public fame through travels and performances abroad, publication of his music by C. F. Peters, and publication of his book ...

En rose til Frk. Stein, 1965

 Item — Folder: D-185, Item: 1
Identifier: Item 1
Scope and Contents John Cage was already established as an influential American composer and important leader of post-World War II avant-garde music when he began his Notations project in the mid-1960s. The previous decade had seen his compositional breakthroughs with uses of silence and chance operations. In the late 1950s and early 1960s, Cage earned increasing public fame through travels and performances abroad, publication of his music by C. F. Peters, and publication of his book ...

Perspective constructions, 1966

 Item — Folder: D-185, Item: 3
Identifier: Item 3
Scope and Contents John Cage was already established as an influential American composer and important leader of post-World War II avant-garde music when he began his Notations project in the mid-1960s. The previous decade had seen his compositional breakthroughs with uses of silence and chance operations. In the late 1950s and early 1960s, Cage earned increasing public fame through travels and performances abroad, publication of his music by C. F. Peters, and publication of his book ...

Den rokadiske, 1968

 Item — Folder: D-185, Item: 4
Identifier: Item 4
Scope and Contents John Cage was already established as an influential American composer and important leader of post-World War II avant-garde music when he began his Notations project in the mid-1960s. The previous decade had seen his compositional breakthroughs with uses of silence and chance operations. In the late 1950s and early 1960s, Cage earned increasing public fame through travels and performances abroad, publication of his music by C. F. Peters, and publication of his book ...

2ยบ Modeller, 1965

 Item — Folder: D-185, Item: 5
Identifier: Item 5
Scope and Contents John Cage was already established as an influential American composer and important leader of post-World War II avant-garde music when he began his Notations project in the mid-1960s. The previous decade had seen his compositional breakthroughs with uses of silence and chance operations. In the late 1950s and early 1960s, Cage earned increasing public fame through travels and performances abroad, publication of his music by C. F. Peters, and publication of his book ...

Dialectical evolution V, 1963

 Item — Folder: D-185, Item: 6
Identifier: Item 6
Scope and Contents John Cage was already established as an influential American composer and important leader of post-World War II avant-garde music when he began his Notations project in the mid-1960s. The previous decade had seen his compositional breakthroughs with uses of silence and chance operations. In the late 1950s and early 1960s, Cage earned increasing public fame through travels and performances abroad, publication of his music by C. F. Peters, and publication of his book ...

A rose to Miss Stein, 1965

 Item — Folder: D-185, Item: 7
Identifier: Item 7
Scope and Contents John Cage was already established as an influential American composer and important leader of post-World War II avant-garde music when he began his Notations project in the mid-1960s. The previous decade had seen his compositional breakthroughs with uses of silence and chance operations. In the late 1950s and early 1960s, Cage earned increasing public fame through travels and performances abroad, publication of his music by C. F. Peters, and publication of his book ...

En rose til Frk. Stein, 1965

 Item — Folder: D-185, Item: 8
Identifier: Item 8
Scope and Contents John Cage was already established as an influential American composer and important leader of post-World War II avant-garde music when he began his Notations project in the mid-1960s. The previous decade had seen his compositional breakthroughs with uses of silence and chance operations. In the late 1950s and early 1960s, Cage earned increasing public fame through travels and performances abroad, publication of his music by C. F. Peters, and publication of his book ...

Christiansen, Henning, 1969

 File — Folder: D-185
Identifier: Folder D-185
Scope and Contents John Cage was already established as an influential American composer and important leader of post-World War II avant-garde music when he began his Notations project in the mid-1960s. The previous decade had seen his compositional breakthroughs with uses of silence and chance operations. In the late 1950s and early 1960s, Cage earned increasing public fame through travels and performances abroad, publication of his music by C. F. Peters, and publication of his book ...

Letter from Alison Knowles to Jasper Johns, 1969

 Item — Folder: D-185, Item: 9
Identifier: Item 9
Scope and Contents John Cage was already established as an influential American composer and important leader of post-World War II avant-garde music when he began his Notations project in the mid-1960s. The previous decade had seen his compositional breakthroughs with uses of silence and chance operations. In the late 1950s and early 1960s, Cage earned increasing public fame through travels and performances abroad, publication of his music by C. F. Peters, and publication of his book ...