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John Cage's "As Slow as Possible" will be played in a former church in Germany for a very, very long time. Ursula Sautter | May 2009 issue “One need not fear about the future of music,” American experimental composer John Cage once wrote. Well, the future of Cage’s own music … [Read more...] about Avant-garde organ song to last 631 years
A former church in Halberstadt has specially designed an organ to play John Cage's experimental composition. The Editors | May 2009 issue … [Read more...] about Videos: John Cage's 'As Slow as Possible'