Pierre Schaeffer - "Cinq Atudes De Bruits: Atude Aux Chemins De Fer" - (2:54) 70 BPM.
John Cage (born September 5, 1912, Los Angeles, California, USA - died August 12, 1992, New York City, New York, USA) was an American composer, music theorist, writer, philosopher, and artist. He is best known and lauded as a pioneer of post-war avant-garde composition. He left Pomona College early to travel in Europe (1930-31), then studied with Henry Cowell in New York (1933-4) and Arnold Schoenberg in Los Angeles (1934): his first published compositions, in a rigorous atonal system of his own, date from this period. The later output is various, including indeterminate works, others fully notated within a very limited range of material, and pieces for natural resources (plants, shells). Cage appeared widely in Europe and the USA as a lecturer and performer, having an enormous influence on younger musicians and artists. He was married to Xenia Cage from 1935 until their divorce in 1945.
Format: MP3 MusicVerified Purchase. One the standout parts of the recent Luke Cage show on Netflix is the music. In fact, the music so represents the larger culture and atmosphere of the series that it's almost it's own character. Though several popular songs from the soul, blues, R&B, and hip-hop genres feature in several episodes, the music collected for this soundtrack largely features the original, instrumental music composed for the series. Luke Cage: Season 2 (Original Soundtrack Album).
Despite the rather fair cost of the disc, John Cage: Number Pieces 4 will prove a premium for Cageans who decide to take the plunge.
Album · 1987 · 25 Songs. John Cage Excerpt, .
The soundtrack from Coco, a 2017 Pixar Film, tracklist, listen to all the 60 full soundtrack songs, play 38 full OST music & 17 banda sonora en Espanol. Listen to full songs Original music composed by Various Artists. 1. Recuérdame (Interpretada por Ernesto De la Cruz) – Marco Antonio Solís. 2. Dueto a Través del Tiempo – Marco Antonio Solís. 3. Juanita – Gael García Bernal. 4. Un Poco Loco – Luis Ángel Gómez Jaramillo & Gael García Bernal. 5. Jálale (Instrumental) – Mexican Institute Of Sound.