When composer John Cage wrote 4’33” (Four minutes, thirty-three seconds), it would become his most famous and controversial piece. The audience at the world premiere was prepared to listen to this piece divided into three movements. Pianist David Tudor walked out on stage on August 29, 1952, in Woodstock, NY, sat down at the piano … Continue reading John Cage 4’33” Music or Silence?
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