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Album: Etudes Australes For Piano
Released: 1979
Style: Modern
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Etudes Australes For Piano (2 x cassette) Contents.

cage, john etudes australes, book i i. Violin, Cello, And Piano - Moderato john cage the seasons, ballet in one act (1947), version for orchestra american composers orchestra. dennis russell davies, conductor prelude ii spring Baby Bears, Sleepy John, Sleep Baby Sleep Relaxing Piano Music for your Baby John Cage(Herbert Henck) The Seasons - Summer John Cage, Dennis Russell Davies, American Composers Orchestra.

The sound of the piano in Liebner's four-disc set is clean but warm and the recording is realistic, spacious, and nicely ambient. Track Listing - Disc 1. Sample.

American avant-garde composer John Cage (1912–1992) started composing pieces for solo prepared piano around 1938–40. The majority of early works for this instrument were created to accompany dances by Cage's various collaborators, most frequently Merce Cunningham. In response to frequent criticisms of prepared piano, Cage cited numerous predecessors (such as Henry Cowell).

The Etudes Australes consist of 32 pieces. Cage obtained his material from star charts of the southern hemisphere that he traced and manipulated to obtain the parameters of the piano writing, though rhythms and durations are not specified

Etudes Australes is a set of etudes for piano solo by John Cage, composed in 1974–75 for Grete Sultan. It comprises 32 indeterminate pieces written using star charts as source material. The etudes, conceived as duets for two independent hands, are extremely difficult to play. They were followed by two more collections of similarly difficult works: Freeman Etudes for violin (1977–90) and Etudes Boreales (1978) for cello, piano, or both together.