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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [DB]' started by colcifer, Oct 12, 2010.
Sometimes, after a hard day without a gig, I like to listen to 4'33" while sitting in an empty bathtub.
I just spit my potato chip across Panera. Brilliant.
Conceived around 1947–1948, while the composer was working on Sonatas and Interludes, 4′33″ became for Cage the epitome of his idea that any sounds constitute, or may constitute, music. It was also a reflection of the influence of Zen Buddhism, which Cage studied since the late forties. In a 1982 interview, and on numerous other occasions, Cage stated that 4′33″ was, in his opinion, his most important work.
The musicians 'playing' this make out like bandits on a per note basis.