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John Cage / Merce Cunningham Dance Company / Gordon Mumma / David Tudor - John Cage: Variations V album download
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John Cage / Merce Cunningham Dance Company / Gordon Mumma / David Tudor - John Cage: Variations V album download

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John Cage / Merce Cunningham Dance Company / Gordon Mumma / David Tudor
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John Cage: Variations V
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Performer – David Tudor, Gordon Mumma, John Cage. Producer – Hansjörg Pauli. Technician – Peter Sonntag. VHS comes in white slipcase. Variations V was composed in 1965 by John Cage and choreographed by Merce Cunningham. Filmed by Stan Van Der Beek in 1966. The Merce Cunningham Dance Company were at the time of this film: Merce Cunningham Carolyn Brown Barbara Lloyd Sandra Neels Albert Reid Peter Saul Gus Salomons JR. Total time: 50 Minutes.

David Tudor - Part I. Нашлось 30 композиций. Part I - John Cage feat. Part II - John Cage feat. Oliveros: In Memoriam: Nikola Tesla, Cosmic Engineer (1969) (Excerpt) - John Cage, Gordon Mumma, Jean Rigg, David Tudor. Mesotircs re Merce Cunningham/Untitled (1972) (feat. John Cage) - David Tudor. John Cage: Variations II, 1961 - David Tudor. Winter Music (1957) - John Cage. Indeterminacy - Part 3 - John Cage & David Tudor. Appearance, Featuring – David Tudor, John Cage - Toshi Ichiyanagi. Indeterminacy: New Aspect Of Form In Instrumental And Electronic Music (Part 2) - John Cage, David Tudor.

John Cage made Variations V in 1965 for the Merce Cunningham Dance Company. He and David Tudor settled on two systems for the sound to be affected by movement. For the first, Billy Klüver and his colleagues set up a system of directional photocells aimed at the stage lights, so that the dancers triggered sounds as they cut the light beams with their movements. A second system used a series of antennas. The photocells were located at the base of the five-foot antennas placed around the stage. Cage, Tudor, and Gordon Mumma operate equipment to modify and determine the final sounds. The project was also presented at the Philharmonic Hall in New York, 1965.

PCM Audio: 1966 Performance of Variations V. Interview: David Vaughan, Merce Cunningham Dance Company Archivist with Dancers. John Cage David Tudor Gordon Mumma Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Merce Cunningham Mode 258 DVD Region 0 NTSC 4:3/16:9. Cage's work in the 1960s recognized the vital new role that technology was already playing (and would come to play) in artistic expression in general, and music in particular

Merce Cunningham Dance Company, John Cage & David Tudor. Two revealing, recently recorded interviews conducted by The Merce Cunningham Dance Company’s archivist David Vaughan with some of the dancers from the 1960s production: Carolyn Brown (founding member/dancer of The Merce Cunningham Dance Company), and Sandra Neels with Gus Solomons. The dancers reminisce over working with Cage and Cunningham, what touring was like at that time, the actual television shoot, etc. Complete, restored, audio recording of the Paris 1966 performance (in stereo, no video).

Mercier Philip "Merce" Cunningham (April 16, 1919 – July 26, 2009) was an American dancer and choreographer who was at the forefront of American modern dance for more than 50 years. He is also notable for his frequent collaborations with artists of other disciplines, including musicians John Cage, David Tudor, Brian Eno, Radiohead, artists Robert Rauschenberg, Bruce Nauman, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Frank Stella, Jasper Johns, and costume designer Rei Kawakubo.