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Opening Dance For Sue Laub : For Piano Solo (1942).

Publisher: C. F. Peters

Peters became aware of this piece in the early 2000s. Cage composed the music while accompanying dances at Mills College. This is the first published edition. With a publisher's note.

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In A Landscape : For Solo Percussionist (Crotales, Vibraphone and Marimba) / arr. by Thad Anderson.

Publisher: C. F. Peters

In one movement. With program and biographical notes. Cage originally composed this work for piano in 1948, for choreographer Louise Lippold. The music is in a flowing 3/4 meter.

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Six Melodies : For Violin and Guitar / arranged by Aaron Larget-Caplan.

Publisher: C. F. Peters

With an introduction in English, and biographical note in English and German. Cage originally composed these pieces for violin and piano. The violin part is unchanged, while some practical changes were made in adapting the piano part for guitar. This arrangement was premiered in Boston, February…

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Indeterminacy : Ninety Stories - Performance Edition.

Publisher: C. F. Peters

Ninety numbered stories, each printed on its own card. Includes a pamphlet with program, performance and historical notes --a bibliography --and an index. The stories are to be read aloud, with or without accompaniment. The stories were originally selected for a 1959 recording by Cage.

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Piano Works, 1935-1948 - Vol. 3.

Publisher: C. F. Peters
Series: Cage, John - Piano Works
, Vol. 3

Contains: Quest, Two Pieces (1935), Metamorphosis, A room, Ophelia, Two Pieces (1946), In a landscape, Dream. With preface by Laura Kuhn, Executive Director of the John Cage Trust.

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Piano Music arranged For Guitar / arr. Aaron Larget-Caplan.

Publisher: C. F. Peters

Contents: Three Easy Pieces (1933) 1. Round, II. Duo, III. Infinite Canon -- A Room (1943) -- Chess Pieces (1944) -- Dream (1948) -- In A Landscape (1948). Includes biographies of Aaron Larget-Caplan and John Cage. Dedicated to Catherine Larget-Caplan and Caroline Larget.

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The City Wears A Slouch Hat - A Radio Play by Kenneth Patchen : For Percussion and Sound Effects (1942).

Publisher: C. F. Peters

Edited by John Kennedy. With an introduction in English and German. Cage asked Patchen to provide a script for a play after being commissioned byCBS Radio. Patchen provided a surreal script about the wanderings of a person through an urban landscape. The play premiered in 1942. Cage aimed to…

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One13 : For Cello With Curved Bow (1992).

Publisher: C. F. Peters

With a preface in English, German and French. Six plates. This work consists of eight parts; each part is devoted to a single pitch and its reiterations. This edition contains Cage's notation and notation by cellist Michael Bach Bachtischa, who premiered the work.

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