John cage - hildegard kleeb - roland dahinden - prelude for meditation - John Cage: Prelude for Meditation - Hildegard Kleeb.


Together with Cunningham and Rauschenberg at Black Mountain College , Cage began to create sound for performances and to investigate the ways music composed through chance procedures could become something beautiful. Many of Cage’s ideas about what music could be were inspired by Marcel Duchamp, who revolutionized twentieth-century art by presenting everyday, unadulterated objects in museum settings as finished works of art, which were called “found art,” or ready-mades by later scholars. Like Duchamp, Cage found music around him and did not necessarily rely on expressing something from within.


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