Few composers of the 20th century left as indelible a mark on modern classical music as John Cage. This collection of Cage's work from 1934 to 1958 was recorded in New York city on May 15, 1958. The concert was organized by artist Jasper Johns and Robert Rauschenberg and includes some of Cage's most significant and controversial pieces. His interest in technology, Eastern philosophies, and the concept of "silence" and "chance" as related to composition is fully on display. Released by Modern Silence on 180 gram double vinyl housed in a numbered limited edition box with a 12 page booklet.
- 180 gram double vinyl pressing
- 12 page booklet
- numbered limited edition boxset
- music label: Modern Silence 2016