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Review: The Roaring Silence - John Cage: A Life by David Revill
Reviewed Works: The Roaring Silence - John Cage: A Life by David Revill; I - VI by John Cage; Cage: Diary: How to Improve the World (You Will Only Make Matters Worse) by John Cage; Cage: Empty Words (Part III) by John Cage; Cage: Empty Words (Part IV) by John Cage, Michael F. Bauer; Cage: 62 Mesostics re Merce Cunningham by Eberhard Blum, John Cage; Cage: Works for Cello; Lecture on Nothing by Frances-Marie Uitti, John Cage; Cage: Chorals; Cheap Imitation; Freeman Etudes by Paul Zukofsky, John Cage; Cage: Works for Percussion (1939-1943) by Quatuor Helios, John Cage; Cage: Works for Piano, Toy Piano and Prepared Piano, Vol.3 by Joshua Pierce, Maro Ajemian, Marilyn Crispell, Joe Kubera, John Cage; Cage: The Perilous Night; Four Walls by Margaret Leng Tan, Joan la Barbara, John Cage
Review by: Nicolas Hodges
New Series, No. 183 (Dec., 1992), pp. 27-30
Published by: Cambridge University Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/945863
Page Count: 4
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