John Cage: Early Electronic and Tape Music

Sub Rosa

Format: LP

 

Although John Cage occasionally worked in large, sophisticated studios, his approach to electronic and tape music was often uncomplicated, makeshift, and pragmatic, employing simple tabletop devices: tape machines, phonograph cartridges, contact microphones, record players and portable radios. For this record, the Langham Research Centre worked with rigorous fidelity to Cage's scores whilst carefully utilizing resources that would have been used by Cage in their original performances.

 

LP tracklist:

Side A

Fontana Mix with Aria,1958 / 13'36

Imaginary Landscape n°.5,1952 / 3'00

WBAI, 1960 / 7'00

 

Side B

Cartridge Music, 1960 / 10'00

0'00'', 1962 / 2'36

Variations I,1960 / 10'00

Tags: Music, Record

£16.95

  • John Cage: Early Electronic and Tape Music
  • John Cage: Early Electronic and Tape Music