John Cage | 108, 109, 110

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108, 109, 110

by John Cage

1st recordings of a symphony & 2 concertos
Genre: Classical: Symphony
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1. 108 A + silence (1991) Chance Philharmonic
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16:29 $0.99
2. 108 B + silence (1991) Chance Philharmonic
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3. 108 C + silence (1991) Chance Philharmonic
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4. 108 D + silence (1991) Chance Philharmonic
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5. One8 and 108 (1991) anonymous, Chance Philharmonic
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43:30 album only
6. Two3 and 108 (1991) Tamami Tono, Glenn Freeman, Chance Philharmonic
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Seventeenth in a series with previously unreleased works by well-known composers, this 131-minute 96kHz|24bit Audio DVD features the world premiere recordings of John Cage's 108, One8 and 108 [109] & Two3 and 108 [110].


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Count it in 6/12 and you have a dance company dancing. Love the work - alway have.