John Cage

JOHN CAGE (1912–1992)
John Cage (voice, piano, objects)
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`Mureau`/`Rainforest II`
0`00`` (4`33`` No. 2) (1962)
108, Symphony for large orchestra (1991)
27` 10.554``, for percussion
44 Harmonies from Apartment House 1776 (1976)
45` for a Speaker
4`33`` (1952)
`59,5 sec. For a String Player`
A Room, for prepared piano. 1943
A Book of Music (for two pianos) (1944)
A Dip in the Lake: Ten Quicksteps, Sixty-two Waltzes, and Fifty-six Marches for Chicago and Vicinity, any composition (1978)
A Valentine out of Season (1944)
Ad Lib. (1942)
`Amores` for prepared piano and percussion Ensemble.1943
And the Earth Shall Bear Again
ASLSP, for piano (1985)
Atlas Eclipticalis (1961-62)
`Bacchanale` for prepared piano. (1940).
Branches (1976)
Cartridge Music (1960)
Cheap Imitation for piano (1969)
Chess pieces, for Piano (1944)
Child of Tree, for percussionist using plant materials with amplification (1975)
Composed Improvisation for Snare Drum alone
Credo in US
Crete & Dad (1945)
Daughters of the Lonesome Isle, for prepared piano (1945)
Dream (1948)
`Ear for EAR` (Antiphonies) for choir (1983)
Electronic Music for 2 Pianos (1964)
Empty Words (1973-74) with Music for Piano (1952-56)
Etudes Australes (1974) for piano
Etudes Boreales, for cello and/or piano (1978)
Experience 1 (1944)
Experiences No. 2, for voice (1948)
Fads and Fancies in the Academy (1940) for piano and 4 percussion players
`First construction (In Metal)` for an ensemble of percussion instruments. 1939.
Five 3 for trombone and string quartet (1991)
Five, for any five instruments or voices (January 1988)
Five2, for English horn, 2 clarinets, bass clarinet and timpani (May 1991)
Five5, for flute, 2 clarinets, bass clarinet and percussion (October 1991)
Fontana Mix + Aria
For 3
`Four` for 2 violins, viola and cello. 10 - minute version (1989)
Four 6, for four performers with any means of producing sounds (March 1992)
Four Walls, for Piano and Voice (in one of the movements. 1944)
Four 3, for one or two pianos, twelve rainsticks and violin/oscillator, all operated by four performers (May 1991)
`Fourteen` for instrumental ensemble of 14 performers 1990.
`Freeman Etudes` for violin 1990.
Furniture music etcetera
Haikai, for flute and zoomoozofon (or gamelan solo) 1984-91
HPSCHD (1967-1969)
Hymnkus, for chamber ensemble (1986)
Imaginary Landscape No. 1 (1939)
Imaginary Landscape No. 2 (March) (1942)
Imaginary Landscape No. 3 (1942)
Imaginary Landscape No. 4 (March No. 2) (1951)
Imaginary Landscape No. 5 (1952)
Imitations II for clarinet solo (1976)
`in a Landscape` 1948.
In the Name of the Holocaust
Inlets (Improvisation II), for four performers with sea shells and the sound of fire (1977)
James Joyce / Marcel Duchamp / Erik Satie: An Alphabet, radioplay (1982)
Litany for the Whale (1980)
Living Room Music, for percussion quartet and quartet of readers with an instrumental solo or without (1940)
Muoyce (1992)
Music for 2 Pianos I
Music for 2 Pianos II
Music for 3 Pianos
Music for 4 Pianos (1954)
Music for 5 pianos
Music for Carillon, No. 1, 1958
Music for Five
Music for Four (1987, revised 1988)
Music for one (1984)
Music for Piano 1 (1952)
Music for Piano 2 (1953)
Music for Piano 20 (1953)
Music for Piano 21-36 (1955)
Music for Piano 3 (1953)
Music for Piano 37-52 (1955)
Music for Piano 4-19 (1953)
Music for Piano 53-68 (1956)
Music for Piano 69-84 (1956)
Music for Piano 85 (1962)
Music for Six (1984)
Music for Two (1984/87)
Music for ________, for any composition (1984-87)
`Music of Changes` for the pianos. 1951
Music walk (1958)
Musicircus, (1967)
Mysterious Adventure for prepared piano (1945)
No Tempo Indication
No Tempo Indication (2)
No Tempo Indication (3)
No Tempo Indication (4)
Nowth upon Nacht, for voice and piano (1984)
One (1987)
One 7, for any way of producing sounds (1991)
One4, for percussion (1990)
One5, for piano (May 1990)
One8, for Cello (April, 1991)
Opening Dance
Our Spring Will Come
Pastorale No. 1
Pastorale No. 2
Perpetual Tango (1984)
Prelude for Meditation for prepared piano
Primitive, for prepared piano (1942)
Quartet I (1976) for 24 instruments
Quartet II (1976) for 24 instruments
Quartet III (1976) for 24 instruments
Quartet IV (1976) for 24 instruments
Quartet V (1976) for 24 instruments
Quartet VI (1976) for 24 instruments
Quartet VII (1976) for 24 instruments
Quartet VIII (1976) for 24 instruments
Quest - second movement (1935)
Radio music (1956)
Roaratorio, an Irish circus on Finnegans Wake, for record (1979)
Root of an Unfocus for prepared piano (1944)
`Ryoanji` for voice, strings and percussion (1985)
Second construction for ensemble of percussion (1940)
Seven (1988) for Flute, Clarinet, Percussion, Piano, Violin, Viola and Cello
Seven2, for bass flute, bass clarinet, bass trombone, two percussionists with unspecified instruments, cello and contrabass (1990)
Seventy-four for orchestra
She Is Asleep, in two parts for different compositions (1943, not finished)
Sixty-Two Mesostics Re Merce Cunningham (Frammento) 1971
Soliloquy (1945)
Sonata for Two Voices, for two instruments with specified ranges (1933)
Song Books (Solos for Voice 392), for one or more voices (August October 1970)
Sonnekus2 for Voice solo
Sonnekus2, songs by Erik Satie (1985)
`Souvenir` for organ. 1983.
Spontaneous Earth
Swinging (1989)
Ten (1991)
The First Meeting of the Satie Society (1984-1985)
The Perilous Night, for Prepared Piano (1944)
The Unavailable Memory Of
Third Construction for Percussion Quartet (1941)
Thirty Pieces for String Quartet (1983)
Tossed as It Is Untroubled
Totem Ancestor, for prepared piano. 1942
Tripled Paced - first version (1943)
Tripled Paced for prepared piano
Two (for two pianos) (1989)
Two3, for sho and shells (1991)
Two4, for violin and piano or sho (July 1991)
Two5, for piano and tenor trombone (1991)
Variations I, for any composition (1958)
Variations II, for any composition (1961)
Variations III, for any composition (1962)
Variations VIII
Water music for pianist (1952)
Williams Mix, for record (1951-53)
Winter Music, for piano (1957)
Works of Calder, for prepared piano (1949)
Writing for the Second Time Through Finnegans Wake (1978)
Aria for voice of any range (1958)
The Seasons, ballet (1947)
Two Pieces for Harp (A room & In a Landscape)
Two Pieces for Piano (1935)
Two Pieces for Piano (1946)
Double Music (John Cage, Lou Harrison)
Jazz Study (1942)
Concerto for prepared piano and orchestra (1950 - 51)
Piano Concerto. 1957-58.
Lecture on Nothing (1949)
Metamorphosis (1938)
Music for Amplified Toy piano
Music for Marcel Duchamp (1947)
Works by Calder, Music for the film
Nocturne for Violin and Piano (1947)
The song `A flower` for low voice and closed piano (blows the lid of the piano) 1950
Nowth upon Nacht, for a voice and closed piano (1984)
The song `The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs` for low voice. 1942
Seven Haikus for piano (1951-52)
For Solo Cello (1958)
Sonata for Clarinet (1933)
Sonatas and Interludes for prepared piano (1946-48)
String Quartet in Four Parts (1950)
The Suite for a Toy-Piano, 1948
Three Easy Pieces (1933)
Three easy pieces for piano (1933)
Three Dances
Three Dances for two prepared pianos (1944-45)
Trio-Suite for three percussion (1936)
Haiku for piano (1950-51)
Four Dances for tenor, the prepared piano and percussion (1943)
Sixteen Dances for flute, trumpet, four percussionists, piano, violin and cello (1950-51)
Six melodies for violin and keyboard instrument (1950)
`Four` (1989)
Four, for String Quartet, 20 minutes version (1989)
Ophelia, for Piano, 1946
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