John Cage at Seventy-Five
FLEMING, Richard; DUCKWORTH, William (eds.)

John Cage at Seventy-Five

Lewisburg [PA] ... London, Toronto: Bucknell University Press ... Associated University Presses, ©1989.

Octavo. 1f. (recto half-title, verso blank), 1f. (recto title, verso copyright information), 1f. (contents), 1f. (recto "Recent Issues of Bucknell Review," verso blank), 1f. (recto bust-length portrait of Cage from a photograph by Gene Bagnato, verso blank), 9-305, [i] (blank) pp. With 9ff. illustrations on coated stock + 2ff. (rectos printed in dark gold, versos blank) prefatory to illustrations. In dustjacket.

With contributions by Cage, Richard Fleming, Richard Winslow, William Duckworth, Margaret Leng Tan, William Brooks, Arthur J. Sabatini, Norman O. Brown, Neil Anderson, Deborah Campana, James Pritchett, Tom Johnson, and Richard Kostelanetz, and a photo essay compiled and edited by Duckworth and Fleming, "with the assitance of John Cage and Mimi Johnson."

Dustjacket slightly worn, with horizontal cut to upper.

Cage was "one of the leading figures of the postwar avant garde. The influence of his compositions, writings and personality has been felt by a wide range of composers around the world. He had a greater impact on music in the 20th century than any other American composer." James Pritchett, Laura Kuhn and Charles Hiroshi Garrett in Grove Music Online.

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