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John Cage: Piano Music
Boston, Massachusetts
Monday, 6 February 2012 - 8:00 PM
Composer John Cage (1912–1992) paid attention to the 99% of sound that was not previously called "music." This even led him to explore what was previously thought of as "silence." Because he challenged existing notions of music in such a fundamental way, his ideas still provoke and inspire.

Cage visited New England Conservatory for a festival of his music in 1991. In 2012, we celebrate his centennial with performances by NEC's
musicians here and around Boston.


Under the rubric of "Cage.88@100," NEC's piano department chair Bruce Brubaker and project director Stephen Drury bring together piano students from the entire spectrum of NEC's teaching studios for tonight's concert and concerts on February 22 and 27.
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Cage: Suite for Toy Piano
Available Recordings
Suite for Toy Piano
Composer: John Cage
Cage: Two Pieces for Piano (1946)
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Two Pieces 1946
Composer: John Cage
Cage: Etudes Australes
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Etude Austral VIII
Composer: John Cage
Cage: A Room
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A Room
Composer: John Cage
Cage: Two
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Music for Two
Composer: John Cage
Cage: Haiku (1951)
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Five Haiku
Composer: John Cage
Cage: Water Music
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Water Music
Composer: John Cage
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