Algebra, imbibition, and what have you.
left to right: David Tudor, Cornelius Cardew (behind double bass), Benjamin Patterson, Christian Wolff, Nam June Paik (?) (looking at Wolff), John Cage, ? (Hans G. Helms, Mauricio Kagel, Kurt Schwertsik?)
October 6, 1960. Cologne, Atelier Mary Bauermeister. Cage performed Solo for Voice 2 with Cartridge Music (premiere), performed by Cornelius Cardew, Hans G Helms, Mauricio Kagel, Benjamin Patterson, Kurt Schwertsik, David Tudor and Christian Wolff; Tudor performed Music for Amplified Toy Pianos; Nam June Paik performed Etude for Piano Forte (involving cutting Cage’s necktie and shampooing him without advance warning); performance of La Monte Young, Poem; Karlheinz Stockhausen in attendance.
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St Vincent.schiksalgemeinschaft wrote:should we just guess who she is?rolandtravy wrote:
She's great, for what I've listened to really good pop songwriting...I've also found a beautiful interview to her done by studio q.....check it out
Look at the name of the file.
here http://www.flickr.com/photos/91353040@N ... 042974695/, some of the names here http://experimentalmusic.co.uk/wp/?p=891; according to Bryn Harris ‘(...) the location was the swimming pool adjacent to our camp site at Solbad Hall, Tirol, to which we moved straight after Munich in summer 1972′. Others from the same week http://www.flickr.com/photos/52867549@N ... 951184085/.jon abbey wrote:are you sure? where is that from? this is Tilbury in 1971 also (?), much more recognizable to me:
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