As always, Tim Rutherford-Johnson of The Rambler comes through with the goods. Another example of his perceptive and brilliant writing on music is up at NewMusicBox: an essay on the continuing influence of Cage’s 4’33”, including discussion of Ekmeles favorites Aaron Cassidy and Peter Ablinger. He also touches on the Catskills setting of the seminal work’s premiere, critical—I think—to understanding what the piece is all about.
Read the full post over at NewMusicBox.
Tags: 4'33", Aaron Cassidy, John Cage, NewMusicBox, Peter Ablinger, Tim Rutherford-Johnson