The 2nd century of John Milton Cage, composer, philosopher, humorist, and passionate mushroom enthusiast, is here now, everywhere-at-once, and dwelling unshakably within the moving spirit of our own era. With the wit and intensity of John Cage’s inspired attempts to open the Ears of Perception, are six present-day dreamquesters–Patrick Clancy, Ellen Zweig, Cliff Baldwin, Jeffrey Ruckman, Ed Herrmann, and Dwight Frizzell. John Cage 2nd Century features new works celebrating the second hundred years of artist/composer/philosopher John Cage’s music and influence.

Credits:

Introduction by Jay Mandeville; Cage voice cut-up by Ed Herrmann; “Meeting Cage” story and music by Jeffrey Ruckman; Chance Operations by Ellen Zweig; Word Cloud by Patrick Clancy; On Chalk by Dwight Frizzell; Cage Mix outro by Cliff Baldwin.

This program was directed/produced by Dwight Frizzell for the From Ark to Microchip series.

ON From Ark to Microchip | September 4, 2013 | 11:30 pm

John Cage 2nd Century

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The 2nd century of John Milton Cage, composer, philosopher, humorist, and passionate mushroom enthusiast, is here now, everywhere-at-once, and dwelling unshakably within the moving spirit of our own era. With the wit and intensity of John Cage’s inspired attempts to open the Ears of Perception, are six present-day dreamquesters–Patrick Clancy, Ellen Zweig, Cliff Baldwin, Jeffrey Ruckman, Ed Herrmann, and Dwight Frizzell. John Cage 2nd Century features new works celebrating the second hundred years of artist/composer/philosopher John Cage’s music and influence.

Credits:

Introduction by Jay Mandeville; Cage voice cut-up by Ed Herrmann; “Meeting Cage” story and music by Jeffrey Ruckman; Chance Operations by Ellen Zweig; Word Cloud by Patrick Clancy; On Chalk by Dwight Frizzell; Cage Mix outro by Cliff Baldwin.

This program was directed/produced by Dwight Frizzell for the From Ark to Microchip series.

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