C.D. 1963. “Komponist klemmte einst Radiergummi und Schrauben zwischen Klaviersaiten.” Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung (June 7).

 

C.H. [presumably Carter Harman] 1947. “Anahid Ajemian Plays New Violin Works in Her Second Appearance at Town Hall.” New York Times (October 24).

 

C.R. 1954. “Festival du C.D.M.I. (Huitieme concert, Salle Gaveau, musique experimentale).” Table Ronde (December).

 

Cadenbach, Rainer 1998. “‘That Entertainment Called a Discussion’: Zeit, Bedeutung und Nichts in John Cages Lecture on Nothing.” In Musikwissenschaft zwischen Kunst, Ästhetik und Experiment: Festschrift für Helga de la Motte-Haber zum 60. Geburtstag. Ed. Reinhard Kopiez et al. Würzburg: Königshausen und Neumann, 63-74.

 

Cadenbach, Rainer 2005. “Musik zwischen den Zeilen: Beobachtungen am Text und beim Hören von John Cages String Quartet in Four Parts.” In Zwischen Komposition und Hermeneutik: Festschrift für Hartmut Fladt. Ed. by Ariane Jeßulat, Andreas Ickstadt and Martin Ullrich. Würzburg: Königshausen und Neumann, 347-363.

 

Cadence 1989. “Video Critique: ‘Sound’.” Cadence 15 (January), 68.

 

Cadence 1999. “Hodgepodge & Shorties.” Cadence 25 (March), 24.

 

Cadieu, Martine 1970a. “Da Parigi.” Trans. Luigi Bonino Savarino. Nuova Rivista Musicale Italiana 4, 753-756.

 

Cadieu, Martine 1970b. “Da Parigi.” Trans. Luigi Bonino Savarino. Nuova Rivista Musicale Italiana 4, 1148-1153.

 

Cadieu, Martine 1970c. “John Cage, un doux anarchiste.” Les Saisons de la Danse [Paris] (Summer).

 

Cadieu, Martine 1970d. “Les journées de musique contemporaine ą Paris (II).” Lettres Franćaises no. 1358 (November 4-10), 8-9.

 

Caen, Herb 1941. [Announcement], San Francisco Chronicle (date unknown).

 

Caen, Herb 1964. “A Monday Kind of Things.” San Francisco Chronicle (November 30), 33.

 

Cage, Allen M. and Tom C. Cage 1923. The Cage Family. San Antonio, Texas: Naylor Co.

 

Cage, John 1929. “Song Ghosts.” Manuscript [Claremont, California] (April), 37.

 

Cage, John 1930. “The Immaculate Medawewing.” Manuscript [Clarement, California] (January), 11-15.

 

Cage, John 1934. “Counterpoint.” Dune Forum [Oceano, California] 1, no. 2 (February 15), 42-44; repr. in Kostelanetz 1993f, 15-17.

 

Cage, John 1939. “Goal: New Music, New Dance.” Dance Observer 6 (December), 296-297; repr. in Cage 1961h, 87-88; Dutch as “Doel: Nieuwe muziek, nieuwe dans.” Trans. Henk van der Meulen. Notes [Amsterdam] 4, no. 10 (October 1989), 27-28; Italian as “Scopo: Musica nuova, danza nuova.” In Cage 1971e, 98-99.

 

Cage, John 1941-1942a. “Chavez and the Chicago Drouth.” Modern Music 19, 185-187; repr. in Kostelanetz 1970d, 62-64; German as “Chavez und die Dürre von Chicago.” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 90-91; Spanish as “Chávez y la aridez de Chicago.” Trans. Dionisia Urtubees. Pauta 3, no. 9 (January-March 1984), 42-44.

 

Cage, John 1941-1942b. “For More New Sounds.” Modern Music 19, 243-245; repr. in Kostelanetz 1970d, 64-66; repr. in Lederman 1983, 183-184; German as “Für mehr neue Klänge.” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 92-94.

 

Cage, John 1941-1942c. “South Winds in Chicago.” Modern Music 19, 260-263; repr. in Kostelanetz 1970d, 67-69; German as “Südwind in Chicago.” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 95-97.

 

Cage, John 1942a. “Sylvia Streetor Recitalist.” New York Herald Tribune (November 14).

 

Cage, John 1942b. “Welsh Women’s Chorus in 5th Annual Concert.” New York Herald Tribune (November 21).

 

Cage, John 1944. “Grace and Clarity.” Dance Observer 11, no. 9 (November), 108-109; repr. in Cage 1961h, 89-93; Dutch as “Gratie en helderheid.” Trans. Henk van der Meulen. Notes [Amsterdam] 4, no. 10 (October 1989), 29-30; Italian as “Grazia e chiarezza.” In Cage 1971e, 100-103.

 

Cage, John 1944-1945. “Summer Music: The Parks.” Modern Music 22, 38-40; repr. in Kostelanetz 1970d, 69-71; German as “Sommer-Musik: die Parks.” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 98-99.

 

Cage, John 1946a. “The East in the West.” Modern Music 23, no. 2 (April), 111-115; repr. Asian Music [New York] 1, no. 1 (Winter 1968-1969), 15-18; repr. in Cage 1993d, 21-25; Japanese trans. Kuniharu Akiyama, The Symphony [Japan] (February 1955), 8-9.

 

Cage, John 1946b. “Recent Books: the Dreams and Dedications of George Antheil [review of George Antheil, Bad Boy of Music. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1945].” Modern Music 23, no. 1 (January), 78-79; repr. as “The Dreams and Dedications of George Antheil.” In Kostelanetz 1970d, 73-74; excerpt repr. in Lederman 1983, 18-19; French as “Les rźves et dédicaces de George Antheil.” Trans. Daniel Charles. In Charles 1987-1988, 65-66; German as “Die Träume und Dedikationen des George Antheil.” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 103-104.

 

Cage, John 1947a. [Untitled/The Seasons (program note for the first performance)]. In [***title]. New York: ***; repr. [Untitled] in Merce Cunningham, Changes: Notes on Choreography. Ed. by Frances Starr. New York [etc.]: Something Else Press, 1968, [11]-[12].

 

Cage, John 1947b. [Untitled] (Program note for a piano recital by William Masselos on the music of Alban Berg, Arnold Schoenberg, Ben Weber, and Anton Webern). November 22, 1947, New York, Carnegie Hall.

 

Cage, John 1948. [Title unknown]. B.M.C. Bulletin [Black Mountain, North Carolina] 6, no. 4 (May).

 

Cage, John 1949a. “Contemporary Music Festival: A Report.” New York Herald Tribune (May 15), Section 5, 5.

 

Cage, John 1949b. “Contemporary Music Festivals Are Held in Italy.” Musical America 69, no. 8 (June), 3, 32-33; repr. in Cage 1993d, 45-50.

 

Cage, John 1949c. “Forerunners of Modern Music.” The Tiger’s Eye 1, no. 7 (March), 52-56; repr. in Cage 1961h, 62-66; repr. in Twentieth-Century Music. Ed. Ellen Rosand. New York [etc.]: Garland Publishing, 1985, 136-140 (The Garland Library of the History of Western Music; 10); repr. in Ann Eden Gibson, Issues in Abstract Expressionism: The Artists-Run Periodicals, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1990; French as “Raison d’źtre de la musique moderne.” Trans. Frederick Goldbeck. Contrepoints [Paris] no. 6 (1949), 55-61; repr. La revue musicale no. 306-307 (1977), 41-46; Hungarian as “A modern zene előhírnökei.” In Cage 1994a, 31-35; Italian as “Precursori della musica moderna.” In Cage 1971e, 37-41; Spanish as “Precursores de la música [moderna].” Included in Cage 1971f, 420-427.

 

Cage, John 1949d. “Music in Aix.” New York Herald Tribune (August 13).

 

Cage, John 1950a. “Satie Controversy.” Musical America 70 (December 15), 12; repr. in Kostelanetz 1970d, 89-90; German as “Kontroverse um Satie.” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 118-119; Italian as “Polemica su Satie.” Trans. Giordano Falzoni. Lo Spettatore Musicale no. 5 (September-October 1971), 7-8.

 

Cage, John 1950b. [Untitled]. Included in “Program Notes,” Program leaf of concert, December 17. New York: David W. Rubin Concert Management.

 

Cage, John 1951a. “A Few Ideas about Music and Films.” Film Music Notes [New York] 10, no. 3 (January-February), 12-15; repr. Film Culture [New York] no. 29 (Summer 1963), 35-37; repr. as “A Few Ideas about Music and Film.” In Cage 1993d, 63-65; Hungarian as “Néhány gondolat zenéről és filmekről.” Trans. András Wilheim. In Kenedi 1978, 407-409.

 

Cage, John 1951b. “More Satie.” Musical America 71 (April 1), 26; repr. in Kostelanetz 1970d, 92-94; German as “Noch mehr über Satie.” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 122-124; Italian as “Ancora Satie.” Trans. Giordano Falzoni. Lo Spettatore Musicale no. 5 (September-October 1971), 9-10.

 

Cage, John 1951c. “Unfortunate Comment on Our Musical “Life,” That Everybody’s Interested in.” In Motherwell 1951, xvi; repr. in Motherwell 1951/1981, xxii.

 

Cage, John 1952a. [Untitled], included in Feldman et al. 1952, 171-172; repr. as “To Describe the Process of Composition Used in Music of Changes and Imaginary Landscape No. 4.” In Cage 1961h, 57-59; Italian as “Descrizione del processo compositivo impiegato in Music of Changes e Imaginary Landscape No. 4.” In Cage 1971e, 64-66.

 

Cage, John 1952b. [Untitled], in [***title] (program). New York: Living Theatre; repr. as “Manifesto.” In Cage 1961h, xii; repr. [untitled], in Kostelanetz 1970d, 131; German trans. [untitled], in Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 185; Italian [untitled] in Cage 1971e, 15.

 

Cage, John 1953a. “Letter to Peter Yates.” Included in Yates 1953[MUSIC-NOVEMBER], 30.

 

Cage, John 1953b. [Untitled]. Included in Emily Genauer, “Stable Gallery: Musings on Miscellany.” New York Herald Tribune (December 27); repr. in [unidentified publication], 78; repr. as [Manifesto on Painting of Bob Rauschenberg]. In Kostelanetz 1970d, 111-112; German as “Robert Rauschenberg.” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 162.

 

Cage, John 1954a. “Music Lovers’ Field Companion.” United States Lines Paris Review; repr. in Cage 1961h, 274-276; Italian as “Guida miceto-logica del musicofilo.” In Cage 1971e, 21-23.

 

Cage, John 1954b. [Title unknown] (program notes for the first performance of 34'46.776" for a Pianist and 31'57.9864" for a Pianist). In Donaueschinger Musiktage 1954 (program October 17).

 

Cage, John 1955a. “Experimental Music.” The Score and I.M.A. Magazine no. 12 (June), 65-68; repr. as “Experimental Music: Doctrine.” In Cage 1961h, 13-17; repr. in The American Composer Speaks: A Historical Anthology, 1770-1965. Ed. by Gilbert Chase. Baton Rouge, Louisiana: Louisiana State University Press, 1966; repr. The Composer [Redondo Beach, California] 1, no. 1 (June 1969), 43-47; excerpt included in Cage 1987a, 1-2; Italian as “Musica sperimentale: Dottrina.” In Cage 1971e, 32-36; Serbo-Croatian as “Eksperimentalna muzika: Doktrina.” In Cage 1981i, 27-30; Spanish as “La música experimental: Doctrina.” Included in Cage 1971f, 412-419.

 

Cage, John 1955b. “Problem.” The Symphony [Japan] (February), 10-12.

 

Cage, John 1957a. “Beschreibung der in Music for Piano 21-52 angewandten Kompositionsmethode.” Trans. Christian Wolff. Die Reihe [Wien] no. 3, 43-45; repr. in Kommentare 1961, 176-180; repr. in Lenz Meierott and Hans-Bernd Schmitz, Materialien zur Musikgeschichte für die Sekundarstufe II, Band 1: Texte. München: Bayerischer Schulbuch-Verlag, 1980, 195-197; original English text as “To Describe the Process of Composition Used in ‘Music for Piano 21-52’.” Die Reihe [Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania] no. 3 (1959), 41-43; repr. in Cage 1961h, 60-61; Italian as “A descrizione del processo compositivo impiegato in ‘Music for Piano 21-52’.” In Cage 1971e, 67-69.

 

Cage, John 1957b. “In This Day…” Dance Observer 24, no. 1 (January), 10; repr. in Cage 1961h, 94-95; repr. Ear 15, no. 6 (October 1990), 66; Dutch as “In deze dagen.” Trans. Henk van der Meulen. Notes [Amsterdam] 4, no. 10 (October 1989), 30; German (slightly abridged) as “Programm-Notiz.” Trans. Hans G Helms (program October 5, 1960, Friedrich-Wilhelm-Gymnasium Köln); repr. in Die 60er Jahre: Kölns Weg zur Kunstmetropole, vom Happening zum Kunstmarkt. Ed. by Wulf Herzogenrath and Gabriele Lueg. Köln: Kölnischer Kunstverein, 1986, 158; Italian as “Oggi…” In Cage 1971e, 104-105.

 

Cage, John 1957c. “Morris Graves.” In Museum of Art of Ogunquit, Maine, Fifth Annual Exhibition Catalogue (June 29-September 9, 1957). Ogunquit, Maine: Museum of Art; repr. in Kostelanetz 1970d, 124-126; German in Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 175-176.

 

Cage, John 1957d. “2 Pages, 122 Words on Music and Dance.” Dance Magazine 31, no. 11 (November), 18-19; repr. in Cage 1961h, 96-97; Dutch as “2 pagina’s, 122 woorden over muziek en dans.” Trans. Henk van der Meulen. Notes [Amsterdam] 4, no. 10 (October 1989), 31; Finnish included in Cage/Tiensuu 1983, 11; Italian as “2 pagine, 122 parole sulla musica e la danza.” In Cage 1971e, 106-107; Swedish as “2 sidor, 122 ord om musik och dans.” In Cage 1966e, 116-117.

 

Cage, John 1958a. “On Erik Satie.” Art News Annual 27, 74-81; repr. as “Erik Satie” in Cage 1961h, 76-82; Dutch in Bernlef and Schippers 1967, 56-61; French trans. Monique Fong Les Lettres Nouvelles (May-June 1970), 11-22; German (trans. Heinz-Klaus Metzger) in Metzger, H.-K. and Riehn 1980, 29-36; Italian in Cage 1971e, 42-47; Serbo-Croatian in Cage 1981i, 139-144.

 

Cage, John 1958b. “45 Questions.” Village Voice (April); repr. in The Village Voice Reader: A Mixed Bag from the Greenwich Village Newspaper. Ed. Daniel Wolf and Edwin Fancher. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1962, 280-281; repr. New York: Grove Press, 1963, 280-281 (Black Cat Edition); revised and enlarged repr. as “Communication.” In Cage 1961h, 41-56; German included in Cage 1999b; Serbo-Croatian as “Komunikacija.” In Cage 1981i, 48-59; Swedish as “Kommunikation.” In Cage 1966e, 20-36; Hungarian as “A kommunikáció.” In Cage 1994a, 51-64; Italian as “Comunicazione.” Trans. Franco Masotti. In Bonomo and Furghieri 1998, 80-93.

 

Cage, John 1958c. “Über Komposition, deren Aufführung nicht festgelegt ist.” Neues Forvm [Wien] 8, no. 1, 4, 6, 8; original English text as “Indeterminacy.” In Cage 1961h, 35-40; Serbo-Croatian as “Neodređenost.” In Cage 1981i, 43-47.

 

Cage, John 1958-1959. “Röster om VarŹse.” Nutida Musik 2, no. 4, 12-13; original English text as “Edgard Varese.” In Cage 1961h, 83-84; Dutch trans. Babet Mossel, Janneke van der Meer and Elmer Schönberger as [untitled], in De bevrijding van de klank: Teksten van en over VarŹse. Ed. by Elmer Schönberger. Amsterdam: Stichting ASKO, 1984, 35-36; Italian as “Edgard VarŹse.” In Cage 1971e, 56-57.

 

Cage, John 1959DAVID. “David Tudor,” In Program, La Maison Francaise at New York University, March 19, 1959.

 

Cage, John 1959a. “Experimental Music.” Liner notes for record KO8Y 1499-1504 (in enclosed booklet, [6]-[8]). New York: George Avakian; repr. (slightly abridged and without the footnote), in Cage 1961h, 7-12; repr. in The American Experience: A Radical Reader. Ed. by Harold Jaffe and John Tytell. New York: Harper and Row, 1970, 327-331; repr. in I. van Emmerik, van Groningen ą Stuling and Selie 1992a, 42-47; repr. in Kostelanetz and Darby 1996, 202-206; repr. in Source Readings in Music History. Ed. by Oliver Strunk, rev. ed. by Leo Treitler. New York [etc.]: Norton, 1998, 1300-1305; repr. in The Twentieth Century. Ed. by Robert P. Morgan. New York [etc.]: Norton, 1998, 30-35 (Source Readings in Music History; 7); Hungarian as “Az experimentális zene.” In Cage 1994a, 36-40; Italian as “Musica sperimentale.” In Cage 1971e, 27-31; Russian excerpt as “Ėksperimental’naja muzyka: Fragment.” Trans. Elena Dubinets and Svetlana Zavrazhnova. Muzykal’naya Akademiya no. 2 (1997), 211; Serbo-Croatian as “Eksperimentalna muzika.” In Cage 1981i, 22-26; Spanish trans. as “La música experimental.” Included in Cage 1971f, 404-411; Swedish as “Experimentell musik.” In Cage 1966e, 14-19.

 

Cage, John 1959b. “The Future of Music: Credo.” Liner notes for phonodisc KO8Y 1499-1504 (in encl. booklet, [2]-[4]). New York: George Avakian; repr. in Cage 1961h, 3-6; repr. Music Journal 20 (January 1962), 44-46, 80-83; repr. in Kostelanetz 1970d, 54-57; repr. (excerpt), in Benoist 1978, [4]; repr. in Lander and Lexier 1990, 15-19; repr. in I. van Emmerik, van Groningen ą Stuling and Selie 1992a, 35-37; repr. as liner notes for compact disc WER 6247-2. Mainz: Wergo, 1994; repr. in Cox, C. and Warner 2004, 25-28; German as “Die Zukunft der Musik - Credo.” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 83-85; repr. in Baecker 1975b, 13-14; repr. in Block, R. et al. 1980, 174-175; repr. in Dahlhaus and Zimmermann 1984, 395-398; Hungarian as “A zene jövője: Credo.” In Cage 1994a, 7-9; Italian as “Il futuro della musica: Credo.” In Cage 1971e, 24-26; Russian as “Budushcheye muzyki: Credo.” Trans. Elena Dubinets and Svetlana Zavrazhnova. Muzykal’naya Akademiya no. 2 (1997), 210-211; Serbo-Croatian as “Budućnost muzike: Credo.” in Cage 1981i, 19-21; Spanish as “El futuro de la música: Credo.” In Kostelanetz 1973, 65-70; Spanish as “El futuro de la música: Credo.” Included in Cage 1971f, 398-402; Swedish as “Musikens framtid: Credo.” In Cage 1966e, 9-12.

 

Cage, John 1959c. “Lecture on Nothing.” Incontri Musicali [Milano] no. 3 (August), 128-149; repr. in Cage 1961h, 109-126; excerpts in Jones, J.C. 1982; German as “Vortrag über nichts.” In Cage 1969b, 5-23; repr. 1987, 6-35; Hungarian as “Előadás a semmiről.” Trans. Kata Weber. Jelenkor 10 (1992), 799-813; repr. in Cage 1994a, 65-80; Italian as “Conferenza su niente.” In Cage 1971e, 70-84; Serbo-Croatian as “Predavanje o ničemu.” In Cage 1981i, 60-71; Swedish as “Föredrag om ingenting.” In Cage 1966e, 38-63.

 

Cage, John 1959d. “Lecture on Something.” It Is [New York] no. 4 (Fall), 73-78; repr. in Cage 1961h, 128-145; German as “Vortrag über etwas.” In Cage 1969b, 24-41; repr. 1987, 36-62; Hungarian as “Előadas valamiről.” In Cage 1994a, 81-95; Serbo-Croatian as “Predavanje o nečemu.” In Cage 1981i, 72-83.

 

Cage, John 1959e. “Notes.” Liner notes for phonodisc KO8Y 1499-1504 (in enclosed booklet, [9]-[11]). New York: George Avakian; repr. as liner notes for compact disc WER 6247-2. Mainz: Wergo, 1994; enl. repr. as [On Earlier Pieces]. In Kostelanetz 1970d, 127-131; German as “Über frühere Stücke.” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 178-185.

 

Cage, John 1959f. “Unbestimmtheit.” Trans. Iris Schnebel, Hans G Helms, Christian Wolff. Die Reihe [Wien] no. 5, 85-115; original English text ibid., 116-120; repr. Die Reihe [Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania] no. 5 (1961), 84-114 [German], 115-120 [English]; repr. included in Cage 1967f, 133-138; German repr. in Kommentare 1961, 155+; repr. in Zeller 1979a, 28-33.

 

Cage, John 1959g. [Untitled]. Liner notes for phonodisc FT 3704. New York: Folkways Records; repr. in Cage 1993d, 75-79.

 

Cage, John 1959h. Liner notes for phonodisc KO8Y 1499-1504, on twelve separate double leaves, unpaginated. New York: George Avakian; partial repr. as [Sonatas and Interludes] and [Williams Mix]. In Kostelanetz 1970d, 74-76, 109-111; German as “Sonatas and Interludes” and “Williams Mix.” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 106-107, 159-161.

 

Cage, John 1959i. “Virgil Thomson: His Music.” In Hoover and Cage 1959, 115-252; French as “Virgil Thomson: Sa musique.” In Hoover and Cage 1959/1962.

 

Cage, John 1959j. “Zur Geschichte der experimentellen Musik in den Vereinigten Staaten.” Trans. Heinz-Klaus Metzger. In Darmstädter Beiträge zur Neuen Musik 2, 46-53; repr. in Danuser, Kämper, and Terse 1987, 267-274; original English as “History of Experimental Music in the United States.” In Cage 1961h, 67-75; repr. in Simms 1999, 160-167; excerpt repr. in Weiss, P. and Taruskin 1984, 522-525; Italian as “Storia della musica sperimentale negli Stati Uniti.” In Cage 1971e, 48-55; Russian as “Istoriya eksperimental’noy muzyki v SShA.” Trans. Elena Dubinets and Svetlana Zavrazhnova. Muzykal’naja Akademija no. 2 (1997), 205-210; Spanish as “Historia de la música experimental en los Estados Unidos.” Included in Cage 1971f, 429-441.

 

Cage, John 1960a. “Remarks on Theater Song and Ikon.” Cardinal [Middletown, Connecticut] (Winter), 52-54; repr. in Cage 1993d, 87-89.

 

Cage, John 1960b. [Untitled statement on musical notation]. Art News 59, no. 2 (April), 35 (included in “Form is a Language,” Ibid., 34-35, 62, with Kenneth Rexroth, Frederick Kiesler, and Julian Beck); repr. as “Form Is a Language” in Kostelanetz 1970d, 135; German as “Form ist eine Sprache.” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 188.

 

Cage, John 1961a. “Changes.” In Cage 1961h, 18-34; German included in Cage 1999b; Hungarian as “A változások.” In Cage 1994a, 41-50; Italian as “Mutamenti.” Trans. Franco Masotti. In Bonomo and Furghieri 1998, 59-71; Serbo-Croatian as “Promene.” In Cage 1981i, 31-42.

 

Cage, John 1961b.

 

Cage, John 1961d. “Foreword.” In Cage 1961h, ix-xi; partly identical with Cage 1959[UNTITLED-FOLKWAYS]; German (excerpt) as “Nachwort.” In Cage 1969b, 90-91; repr. 1987, 158-160; Italian excerpt included in “Prefazione.” In Cage 1971e, 17-18.

 

Cage, John 1961e. “45' for a Speaker.” In Cage 1961h, 146-192; excerpt repr. in Young, L.M. 1963, [27]; repr. in Young, L.M. 1963/1970, [27]; German as “45' für einen Sprecher.” In Cage 1969b, 42-89; repr. 1987, 63-157; Hungarian as “A szónok 45 perce.” In Cage 1994a, 111-157; Swedish excerpt as “4' ur 45' för en talare.” In Cage 1966e, 108-115.

 

Cage, John 1961G. “Indeterminacy.” In Cage 1961h, 35-40; repr. in Cox, C. and Warner 2004, 176-186; German included in Cage 1999b; Italian as “Indetermiazione.” Trans. Franco Nasi. In Bonomo and Furghieri 1998, 72-79.

 

Cage, John 1961GG. “Indeterminacy.” In Cage 1961h, 6, 12, 40, 56, 66, 84-85, 88, 93, 95, 108, 127, 193, 260-273; Italian [Untitled]. In Cage 1971e, 26-129, passim; Spanish as “Indeterminación.” Trans. Alfredo Garbes. Cultura Universitaria [Caracas] no. 76-77 (July-September 1961), 80-87; Spanish excerpts [untitled] included in Cage 1971f, 402-403, 411, 427-428; Swedish as “Det obestämda.” Trans. Torsten Ekbom. Rondo [Stockholm] 1, no. 4 (1961), 25-32; repr. in Cage 1966e, 96-107.

 

Cage, John 1961g. “On Robert Rauschenberg, Artist, and His Work.” Metro [Milano] no. 2 (May), 36-51; repr. in Cage 1961h, 98-108; Italian as “Su Robert Rauschenberg, artista, e la sua opera.” In Cage 1971e, 120-129; Swedish as “Rauschenberg.” In Cage 1966e, 64-76.

 

Cage, John 1961G. [CHECK] 1991. “Über Rauschenberg.” in Bischoff 1991b, 188.

 

Cage, John 1961h. Silence. Middletown, Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press; repr. Toronto: Burns & MacEachern, 1961; repr. Cambridge, Massachusetts [etc.]: M.I.T. Press, 1966; repr. London: Calder & Boyars, 1968; repr. 1986; Czech trans. Cage 2010; partial French trans. Cage 1970m; partial German trans. Cage 1969b; partial Italian trans. Cage 1971e (reviews: Allen, T. 1973; Annotated Bibliography 1979b; Bannon 1966; Barry, E. 1961; Beltaire 1967; Book Review Digest 1962; Boretz 1962; Boston Sunday Globe 1961; Breuer 1962; Crnković 1994; Dennis 1968-1969; Dickinson 1968; Eco 1964; Ekbom 1962; Frankenstein 1961; Franklyn 1962; Goldman, A. 1962; Guschlbauer 1962; Hambrĺus 1962-1963a; Helm 1969; Henry, B.D. 1968; Hiller 1962; Hollander 1963; Holmes 1981a; Johnston, J. 1962; Kasemets 1962; Kesting 1972; Lieb 1962; McGary 1962; Miller, C.K. 1962; Monaco 1967; Morris, E. 1966-1967; Music in Education 1973; Music Magazine 1962; Music Teacher and Piano Student 1973; Musical Events 1973; Pan Pipes 1963; Reichenfeld, J. 1968; Richart 1962; Small 1973; Smalley 1968; Slonimsky 1961; Sorell 1962; Thomson 1970b; Williamson 1968; Woodham 1969; Yates 1961-1962; Yates 1962c).

 

Cage, John 1961i. “Where Are We Going? And What Are We Doing? [excerpt].” Ring des Arts [Zürich] (Summer); full text in Cage 1961h, 194-259; Serbo-Croatian as “Kuda idemo? I šta radimo?” In Cage 1981i, 84-133.

 

Cage, John 1962a. “Geijutsu wa mattaku henka shita.” Trans. Yoko Ono. Yomiuri Shinbum (October 22) [evening edition], 7.

 

Cage, John 1962b. “Foreword.” In Dunn 1962, 5-6; German as “Vorwort.” [ii]-[1], ibidem.

 

Cage, John 1962c. “Remarks before a Visit to Japan.” In English with parallel Japanese trans. by Toshi Ichiyanagi. Sōgetsu Art Center Journal no. 27 (October), 3-5.

 

Cage, John 1962d. [Untitled]. Liner notes for phonodiscs Series 2000 58009 and S/8009. New York: Time Records; repr. in Kostelanetz 1970d, 144-145; German in Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 200-201.

 

Cage, John 1962e. [Untitled] (notes on various pieces written between 1933-1962), in Dunn 1962, 7-43, passim.

 

Cage, John 1963a. “26 Statements re Duchamp.” Mizue [Tokyo] (September); repr. Art and Literature [Lausanne] no. 3 (Fall-Winter 1964), 9-10; repr. in Cage 1967o, 70-72; repr. in D’Harnoncourt and McShine 1973, 188-189; repr. in Masheck 1975, 67-69; Dutch as “26 Statements over Duchamp.” Barbarber [Amsterdam] no. 46 (May 1966), 9-10; repr. in Bernlef and Schippers 1967, 22-23; French in Cage 1970m, 163-165; Italian as “26 tesi in merito a Duchamp.” In Cage 1971e, 130-132; Portuguese as “26 proposićões sobre Duchamp.” In Cage 1967o/1985, 70-72; Serbo-Croatian as “26 iskaza o Duchampu.” In Cage 1981i, 177-178; Spanish as “26 tesis en honorar a Marcel Duchamp.” Included in Encinar 1974, 39-41; Spanish as “26 textos sobre Duchamp.” In Cage 1967o/1974, 91-93; Swedish as “Marcel Duchamp.” In Cage 1966e, 93-95.

 

Cage, John 1963b. “Contemporary Japanese Music: A Lecture.” Ed. Fredric Lieberman. Points of Contact [Honolulu, Hawaii] 2, no. 5 (February 5), unpag.; repr. in Locating East Asia in Western Art Music. Ed. by Yayoi Uno Everett and Frederick Lau. Middletown, Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press, 2004, 193-198.

 

Cage, John 1963MOVEMENT. “A Movement, A Sound, A Change of Light.” In various programs of the Merce Cunningham Dance Company throughout the 1970s; repr. in program, March 14-19, 1978 and March 21-26, 1978. New York, Roundabout Theater, [13]-[14]; repr. in Cage 1993d, 91-92.

 

Cage, John 1963c. [Untitled]. Dance Perspectives no. 16, 39-41; repr. as “Where Do We Go from Here?” In Cage 1967o, 91-94; Italian as “E da qui, dove andiamo?” In Cage 1971e, 94-97; Portuguese as “Daqui, para onde vamos?” In Cage 1967o/1985, 91-94; Spanish as “ņY ahora a donde vamos?” In Cage 1967o/1974, 114-118.

 

Cage, John 1964a. “Jasper Johns: Stories and Ideas.” In Jasper Johns. Ed. by Alan R. Solomon. New York: October House; Jewish Museum, 1964; repr. in Jasper Johns. London: Whitechapel Gallery, 1964; repr. in The New Art: A Critical Anthology. Ed. by Gregory Battcock. New York: E. P. Dutton, 1966, 29-45; repr. in Cage 1967o, 73-84; Dutch as “Jasper Johns: Verhalen en ideeĎn.” Barbarber [Amsterdam] no. 81 (July 1970), 38-47; German excerpts as “Über Johns.” In Bischoff 1991b, 160; Italian as “Jasper Johns: Storie e idee.” In Cage 1971e, 133-143; Portuguese as “Jasper Johns: Estórias e idéias.” In Cage 1967o/1985, 73-84; Serbo-Croatian as “Jasper Johns: Priče i ideje.” In Cage 1981i, 150-158; Spanish as “Jasper Johns: Historias e ideas.” In Cage 1967o/1974, 94-107; Swedish as “Jasper Johns: Historier och ideer.” In Cage 1966e, 77-93.

 

Cage, John 1964b. [***original title] (program notes), in [CHECK title] (program February 6). New York: New York Philharmonic Orchestra; repr. included in Downes 1970, 143-144.

 

Cage, John 1964c. [CHECK original title] (in Japanese), in [CHECK title]. Tōkyō: Sogetsu Art Center; original English text included in Cage 1967[HAPPY], 30-33.

 

Cage, John 1964d. [CHECK original title] (in Japanese), in [CHECK title]. Tōkyō: Sogetsu Art Center; original English text included in Cage 1967[HAPPY], 33-34.

 

Cage, John 1965a. “Mosaic [review of Arnold Schoenberg, Letters. Selected and ed. Erwin Stein. Trans. Eithne Wilkins and Ernst Kaiser. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1965].” Kenyon Review [Gambier, Ohio] 27, no. 3 (Summer), 535-540; rev. repr. in Cage 1967o, 43-49; Italian as “Mosaico.” in Cage 1971e, 58-63; Portuguese as “Mosaico.” In Cage 1967o/1985, 43-49; Serbo-Croatian as “Mozaik.” In Cage 1981i, 134-138; Spanish as “Mosaico.” In Cage 1967o/1974, 61-68.

 

Cage, John 1965b. “Nam June Paik: A Diary.” In Nam June Paik: Electronic Art [catalog of exhibition, November 23-December 11, brochure, designed by Cage]. New York: Galeria Bonino, 1965; repr. in Cage 1967o, 89-90; German as “Nam June Paik: Ein Tagebuch.” Trans. Marlis Grüterich. In Herzogenrath 1976, 139-140; Portuguese as “Nam June Paik: Um diário.” In Cage 1967o/1985, 89-90; Serbo-Croatian as “Nam June Paik: Dnevnik.” In Cage 1981i, 159-160; Spanish as “Nam June Paik: Un diario.” In Cage 1967o/1974, 111-113.

 

Cage, John 1965c. [Quotation]. In Edward Downes, “Notes on the Program,” in New York Philharmonic French-American Festival [program brochure] (July 23), pp. B-E.

 

Cage, John 1966a. “Diary: Audience 1966.” Included in Cage et al. 1966, 24-25; repr. in Cage 1967o, 50-51; Italian as “Diario: (A)uditorio 1966.” In Cage 1971e, 85-86; Portuguese as “Diário: Audiźncia 1966.” In Cage 1967o/1985, 50-51; Serbo-Croatian as “Dnevnik: Publika 1966.” In Cage 1981i, 165-166; Spanish as “Diario: Público 1966.” In Cage 1967o/1974, 69-71.

 

Cage, John 1966b. “Diary: Emma Lake Music Workshop 1965.” Canadian Art (January); repr. in Cage 1967o, 21-25; Portuguese as “Diário: Seminário de música de Emma Lake, 1965.” In Cage 1967o/1985, 21-25; Spanish as “Diario: Taller de composición musical, Emma Lake, 1965.” In Cage 1967o/1974, 34-39.

 

Cage, John 1966c. “Diary: How to Improve the World (You Will Only Make Matters Worse) 1965.” Joglars [Providence, Rhode Island] 1, no. 3 (1966); repr. Link (September-October 1966); repr. Aspen [New York] 1, no. 4 (Spring 1967); repr. Cage 1967o, 3-20; repr. in Possibilities of Poetry. Ed. by Richard Kostelanetz. New York: Dell, 1970; French as “1966.” In Cage 1983c, 3-17; Italian as “Diario: Come migliorare il mondo (non farete che peggiorare le cose).” Che: Studi sull’uso e sui significati dell’architectura no. 5-6 (March 1977); repr. (trans. ed. Gabriele Bonomo), in Bonomo and Furghieri 1998, 94-108; Portuguese as “Diário: Como melhorar o mundo (vocź só tornará as coisas piores) 1965.” In Cage 1967o/1985, 3-20; Spanish as “Diario: Como mejorar el mundo (solo se conseguira empeorarlo) 1965.” In Cage 1967o/1974, 15-33.

 

Cage, John 1966d. “Letters to the Editor: Electronic Souls.” Village Voice (January 20); repr. in Kostelanetz 1970d, 167; German Jazz Podium [Wien] 16, no. 9 (September 1967), 244; German as “Elektronische Seelen.” Trans. Iris Schnebel. In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 228.

 

Cage, John 1966e. Om ingenting: Texter, selected and trans. Torsten Ekbom, Leif Nylén. Stockholm: Albert Bonniers (BLM-biblioteket) (Fant 1966-1967).

 

Cage, John 1966f. “Rhythm Etc.” In Module, Proportion, Symmetry, Rhythm. Ed. by Gyorgy Kepes. New York: George Braziller, 194-203 (Vision + Value); repr. London: Studio Vista, 1966; repr. in Cage 1967o, 120-132; German trans. in Modul, Proportion, Symmetrie, Rhythmus. Ed. by Gyorgy Kepes. Brüssel: La Connaissance, 194-203 (Sehen und Werten); Paris: Weber, 1969 (Sehen und Werten); Hungarian as “Ritmus stb.” In Cage 1994a, 158-169; Italian as “Ritmo, ecc.” In Cage 1971e, 108-119; Portuguese as “Ritmo, etc.” In Cage 1967o/1985, 120-132; Serbo-Croatian as “Ritam itd.” In Cage 1981i, 167-176; Spanish as “Ritmo, etc.” In Cage 1967o/1974, 155-168.

 

Cage, John 1966g. “Seriously Comma.” Preuves [Paris] no. 181 (March), 37-38; repr. in Cage 1967o, 26-29; Portuguese as “Seriamente vírgula!” In Cage 1967o/1985, 26-29; Spanish as “Seriamente coma.” In Cage 1967o/1974, 40-43.

 

Cage, John 1966h. [Untitled], included in Cage et al. 1966; repr. as [Memoir]. In Kostelanetz 1970d, 76-77; German as “Bericht.” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 105; repr. in Benoist 1978, [9].

 

Cage, John 1967a. “Afterword.” In Cage 1967o, 163-167; Portuguese as “Fim de papo.” In Cage 1967o/1985, 163-167; Spanish as “Epílogo.” In Cage 1967o/1974, 205-210.

 

Cage, John 1967b. “Diary: How to Improve the World (You Will Only Make Matters Worse) Continued 1966.” Paris Review [Paris] 10, no. 40 (Winter-Spring), 52-68; repr. in Cage 1967o, 52-69; French as “1966 (suite).” In Cage 1983c, 22-37; Portuguese as “Diário: Como melhorar o mundo (vocź só tornará as coisas piores) continuado em 1966.” In Cage 1967o/1985, 52-69; Spanish as “Diario: Como mejorar el mundo (solo se conseguira empeorarlo) continuación, 1966.” In Cage 1967o/1974, 72-90; Swedish as “Dagbok: Hur man förbättrar världen (du gör bara sakerna värre) fortsatt 1966.” Nutida Musik 10, no. 3-4 (1966-1967), enclosure.

 

Cage, John 1967c. Diary: How to Improve the World (You Will Only Make Matters Worse) Continued Part Three (1967). West Glover, Vermont: Something Else Press (A Great Bear Pamphlet); repr. as “Diary: How to Improve the World (You Will Only Make Matters Worse) Continued 1967.” In Cage 1967o, 145-162; French as “1967.” In Cage 1983c, 44-59; Italian (excerpt) as “Diario: Come migliorare il mondo (non farete che peggiorare le cose) continuazione 1967.” In Cage 1971e, 147-154; Portuguese as “Diário: Como melhorar o mundo (vocź só tornará as coisas piores) continuado em 1967.” In Cage 1967o/1985, 145-162; Spanish as “Diario: Como mejorar el mundo (solo se conseguira empeorarlo) continuación, 1967.” In Cage 1967o/1974, 186-204.

 

Cage, John 1967d. “Foreword.” In Cage 1967o, ix-x; Italian (excerpt) included in “Prefazione.” In Cage 1971e, 18-20; Portuguese as “Antepapo.” In Cage 1967o/1985, xxv-xxvi; Spanish as “Prólogo.” In Cage 1967o/1974, 11-13.

 

Cage, John 1967e. “Happy New Ears!” In Cage 1967o, 30-34; Portuguese in Cage 1967o/1985, 30-34; Serbo-Croatian as “Srećne nove uši!” In Cage 1981i, 161-164; Spanish as “ŃFeliz oído nuevo!” In Cage 1967o/1974, 44-49.

 

Cage, John 1967f. “How to Pass, Kick, Fall and Run.” In Cage 1967o, 20, 25, 34-35, 49, 69, 72, 84, 88, 111, 132, 133-140, 162; repr. as “Stories and Sayings: Excerpts from A Year from Monday.” Dance Magazine 41 (December), 34-36; Italian as “Come uno passa, picchia, casca e scappa.” In Cage 1971e, 87-93 and 63-146, passim; Portuguese as “Como passar, chutar, cair e correr.” In Cage 1967o/1985, 20, 25, 34-35, 49, 69, 72, 84, 88, 111, 132, 133-140, 162; Serbo-Croatian excerpt as “Kako proći, udariti, pasti i potrčati.” In Cage 1981i, 179-186; Spanish as “Como pasar, patear, caer y correr.” In Cage 1967o/1974, 33, 49, 68, 71, 90, 93, 107, 113, 118-119, 154, 169-180, 204.

 

Cage, John 1967g. “Juilliard Lecture.” In Cage 1967o, 95-111; Hungarian as “Juilliard előadás.” In Cage 1994a, 96-110; Portuguese as “Conferźncia no Juilliard.” In Cage 1967o/1985, 95-111; Spanish as “Conferencia en Juilliard.” In Cage 1967o/1974, 120-145.

 

Cage, John 1967h. “Lecture on Commitment.” In Cage 1967o, 112-119; Portuguese as “Conferźncia sobre o compromisso.” In Cage 1967o/1985, 112-119; Spanish as “Conferencia sobre el compromiso.” In Cage 1967o/1974, 146-154.

 

Cage, John 1967i. [Letter (in facsimile) to J. Bernlef, December 4, 1965]. In Bernlef and Schippers 1967, 61; repr. as “Brief über die Uraufführung von ‘Vexations’.” In Metzger, H.-K. and Riehn 1980a, 47.

 

Cage, John 1967j. “Miró in the Third Person: 8 Statements.” In Cage 1967o, 85-88; Italian as “Miró in terza persona: 8 blocchi.” In Cage 1971e, 144-146; Portuguese as “Miró na terceira pessoa: 8 proposićões.” In Cage 1967o/1985, 85-88; Spanish as “Joan Miró en tercera persona: 8 textos.” In Cage 1967o/1974, 108-110.

 

Cage, John 1967l. “Talk I.” In Cage 1967o, 141-144; Portuguese as “Papo no. I.” In Cage 1967o/1985, 141-144; Spanish as “Primera plática.” In Cage 1967o/1974, 181-185.

 

Cage, John 1967m. “Ten Years before Sixty-seven.” In Leo Castelli: Ten Years. Ed. by David Whitney. New York: Leo Castelli Gallery, 1967; repr. included in Cage 1973k, 95.

 

Cage, John 1967n. “Two Statements on Ives.” In Cage 1967o, 36-42; Dutch (second statement only) as “John Cage.” Trans. J. Bernlef. In Bernlef and Leeuw 1969, 128-130; Portuguese as “Duas proposićões sobre Ives.” In Cage 1967o/1985, 36-42 [trans. between 40-41, 42-43]; Spanish as “Dos textos sobre Ives.” In Cage 1967o/1974, 50-60 [51-60 facsimile, 57-60 trans.].

 

Cage, John 1967o. A Year from Monday: New Lectures and Writings. Middletown, Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press, 1967; repr. London: Calder and Boyars, 1968; repr. London: Marion Boyars, 1975; repr. 1985; excerpt repr. as Cage 1967STORIES; excerpt repr. in Cybernetic Serendiptity. Ed. by Jasia Reichardt. London: MacKay, 1968; repr. New York: Praeger; repr. Greenwich, Connecticut: New York Graphic Society, 1971; partial Italian trans. Cage 1971e; Portuguese as De segunda a um ano: Novas conferźncias e escritos. Trans. Rogério Duprat. Ed. Augusto de Campos. Sčo Paolo: Hucitec, 1985; Spanish as Del lunes en un aĖo. Trans. Isabel Fraire. México, D.F.: Ediciones Era, 1974 (Biblioteca Era) (reviews: Alloway 1969; American Review Guide 1968; Balakian 1967; Book Review Digest 1968; Cork Examiner 1967; Dennis 1968-1969; Dickinson 1968; Dickinson 1969; Green 1968-1969; Helm 1969; Henry, B.D. 1968; High Fidelity/Musical America 1968; Holmes 1981a; Inter-American Institute 1967; Junker 1968; Kirby, M. 1967-1968; Kirkus Reviews 1967; Kostelanetz 1968-1969; Maren 1968; Mellers 1968; National Catholic Reporter 1967; Newsweek 1967; Publishers Weekly 1967; Ringo 1967-1968; Roxburgh 1968-1969; Small 1973; Smalley 1968; Snyder, E.J. 1968-1969; Souster 1968; Thomson 1970b; Times Literary Supplement 1969; Tomkins 1968b; Urmson 1967; Weiss, Paul 1967-1968; Williamson 1968; Woodham 1969; Yates 1968; Yorkshire Life 1968).

 

Cage, John 1968a. Diary: Part IV. Ed. by William Copley. New York: S.M.S. Press, 1968 (S.M.S.; no. 4); rev. repr. as “Diary: How to Improve the World (You Will Only Make Matters Worse) Continued 1968 (Revised 1969).” Triquarterly [Evanston, Illinois] no. 18 (Spring 1970), 94-111; repr. as “Diary: How to Improve the World (You Will Only Make Matters Worse) Continued 1968 (Revised).” In Cage 1973h, 3-25, passim; French as “1968.” In Cage 1983c, 66-80.

 

Cage, John 1968b. “On Nam June Paik’s ‘Zen for Film’ (1962-64).” Cinema Now [Cincinnati, Ohio] no. 1 (1968); repr. in Paik-Abe: Video Synthesizer with Charlotte Moorman [exhibition catalogue]. New York: Galeria Bonino, 1971, 1; German as “Über ‘Zen for Film’ (1962-1964).” In Stooss and Kellein 1991.

 

Cage, John 1968c. [Untitled]. Dance Perspectives no. 34 (Summer), 8-9, 13, 22, 27, 40; repr. as [Cunningham Stories]. In Kostelanetz 1970d, 180-183; French as “Seize histoires de Cunningham.” Trans. Mireille Davidovici. In Lartigue 1982b, 74-77; German as “Cunningham-Geschichten.” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 242-245.

 

Cage, John 1969a, comp. Notations. In collab. with Alison Knowles. New York: Something Else Press (Ames, V.M. 1969-1970; Austin, L. 1969; Book Review Digest 1970; Bosseur, J.-Y. 1970b; Cardew 1969; Chase 1970a; Clavier 1969; Ekbom 1969; Gelles 1969; Henahan 1969b; Henry, B.D. 1969; Holmes 1981a; Huybens 1974-1976; Ingle 1969; International Musician 1970; Karkoschka 1969; Kondracki 1970; Mam 1969; Mangelsdorf 1969; Moore, Ca. 1969; Music and Musicians 1969; Nichol 1969; Piano Quarterly 1970-1971; Publishers Weekly 1968; Schnebel 1969a; Singer 1975; Smith, P.J. 1969; Souster 1969; Thomson 1970b; Times Literary Supplement 1970; Yates 1969).

 

Cage, John 1969b. Silence: Vortrag über nichts, Vortrag über etwas, 45' für einen Sprecher. Trans. Ernst Jandl. Ed. Helmut Heißenbüttel. Neuwied [etc.]: Hermann Luchterhand; repr. as Silence. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, 1987, repr. 1989, repr. 1990, repr. 1992 (1477; Neue Folge Band 477); repr. as Silence. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, 1995 (Bibliothek Suhrkamp; 1193). Includes Cage 1959c; Cage 1959d; Cage 1961d; Cage 1961e; excerpts from Cage 1961h (reviews: Kaiser, A. 1989; Widmer 1969; Wilson, P.N. 1989).

 

Cage, John 1969c. To Describe the Process of Composition Used in Not Wanting to Say Anything about Marcel: Plexigrams I-VIII; Lithographs A and B; together with a Glossary. Cincinnati, Ohio: Eye Editions.

 

Cage, John 1970a. [The Arts in Dialogue]. In Kostelanetz 1970d, 149-150; German as “Die Künste im Gespräch.” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 207.

 

Cage, John 1970b. “Defense of Satie.” In Kostelanetz 1970d, 77-84; German as “Plädoyer für Satie.” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 108-114; Hungarian as “Satie védelmében.” In Cage 1994a, 25-30; Italian as “Difesa di Satie.” Trans. Giordano Falzoni. Lo Spettatore Musicale no. 5 (September-October 1971), 3-7; Serbo-Croatian as “Odbrana Satiea.” In Cage 1981i, 145-149.

 

Cage, John 1970c. “Ladies of the Monday Club and Gentlemen of the Faculty.” In Kostelanetz 1970d, 135-138; German as “Meine Damen vom Montagsklub, meine Herren von der Fakultät!” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 189-191.

 

Cage, John 1970d. [Letter to Paul Henry Lang, May 22, 1956]. In Kostelanetz 1970d, 116-118; German as “Brief an Paul Henry Lang.” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 166-167.

 

Cage, John 1970e. “List No. 2.” In Kostelanetz 1970d, 138-139; German as “Liste Nr. 2.” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 192-193.

 

Cage, John 1970f. “McLuhan’s Influence.” In Kostelanetz 1970d, 170-171; German as “McLuhans Einfluß.” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 231-232.

 

Cage, John 1970g. [The New School]. In Kostelanetz 1970d, 118-120; German as “Die New School.” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 168-169.

 

Cage, John 1970h. “New York Mycological Society.” In Kostelanetz 1970d, 151-153; German as “Neue Mykologische Gesellschaft New York.” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 210-212.

 

Cage, John 1970i. “On Film.” In Kostelanetz 1970d, 115-116; German as “Über Film.” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 164-165; excerpt repr. in Metzger, H.-K. 1992b, 41-43; Hungarian as “A filmről.” Trans. Ágnes Erdélyi. In Kenedi 1978, 349-350.

 

Cage, John 1970j. “Other People Think.” In Kostelanetz 1970d, 45-49; German as “Andere Völker denken.” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 72-76.

 

Cage, John 1970k. [Poem for Edwin Denby]. In Kostelanetz 1970d, 149; repr. (with slightly changed typography) as “Present.” Included in Cage 1973k, 94; German as “Gedicht für Edwin Denby.” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 206.

 

Cage, John 1970l. “Re Musicircus.” In Kostelanetz 1970d, 171-172; repr. as “John Cage.” In Scenarios: Scripts to Perform. Ed. by Richard Kostelanetz. New York: Assembling Press, 1980, 194; German as “Über Musicircus.” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 233.

 

Cage, John 1970m. Silence: Discours et écrits [anthology from Cage 1961h and Cage 1967o]. Trans. Monique Fong-Wust. Paris: DenoĎl (Dossiers des Lettres nouvelles; 17) (Bosseur, J.-Y. 1970b).

 

Cage, John 1970n. “These Days.” In Kostelanetz 1970d, 177-180; repr. in Human Alternatives. Ed. by Richard Kostelanetz. New York: William Morrow & Co., 1971; German as “In diesen Tagen.” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 239-241.

 

Cage, John 1970o. “36 Acrostics re and not re Marcel Duchamp.” In Kubota 1970, passim; repr. as “36 Mesostics re and not re Marcel Duchamp.” Vogue [London] (1972); repr. in Cage 1973h, 26-28, 30-34.

 

Cage, John 1970p. [Untitled]. Liner notes for records Columbia MS 7416 and MS 7417. New York: Columbia Records; repr. as liner notes for records CBS Collectors’ Series CMS 7416 and 7417. New York: CBS.

 

Cage, John 1971a. “Comments.” Art in America 59, no. 5 (September-October), 79. Included in Nancy Foote, “Who Was Sonia Sekula?” Ibid., 73-80.

 

Cage, John 1971b. “Diary: How to Improve the World (You Will Only Make Matters Worse) Continued 1969 (part V).” In Liberations: New Essays on the Humanities in Revolution. Ed. by Ihab Hassan. Middletown, Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press, 3-21; repr. in Cage 1973h, 57-84, passim; repr. (with parallel German trans. as “Tagebuch: wie sich die Welt verbessern läßt (du wirst alles nur noch schlimmer machen); Fortsetzung 1969 (Teil V)”) in Experimentelle amerikanische Prosa. Ed. by Brigitte Scheer-Schäzler. Trans. Trans. Johann Aschenberger. Stuttgart: Reclam, 1977, 166-217 (Universal-Bibliothek; 9849); French as “1969.” In Cage 1983c, 88-104.

 

Cage, John 1971c. “Diary: How to Improve the World (You Will Only Make Matters Worse) Continued, 1970-71.” New Literary History: A Journal of Theory and Interpretation 3, no. 1 (Fall), 201-214; repr. in Cage 1973h, 96-116, passim; French as “1970-71.” In Cage 1983c, 110-124.

 

Cage, John 1971FONT. “Fontana Mix [facsimile].” Revista de Letras [Mayagüez] 3, no. 11 (September 1971), 333-339.

 

Cage, John 1971d. “Mueau [first part].” Synthesis: An Electronic Music Quarterly [Minneapolis, Minnesota] (January), 16-21; full text as “Mureau.” Neue Musik [München] special issue, “Musik/Film/Dia/Licht-Festival” (1972), 13-33; repr. in Cage 1973h, 35-38, 40-52, 54-56; repr. in Cage 1981i, 187-197 (Karkoschka 1973).

 

Cage, John 1971e. Silenzio: Antologia da Silence e A Year from Monday. Trans. Renato Pedio. Milano: Feltrinelli (Materiali; 31); repr. 1980 (Cresti 1980; Napolitano 1972).

 

Cage, John 1971f. “Varios escritos.” Trans. Pilar Gómez Bedate. Revista de Letras [Mayagüez] 3, no. 11 (September), 398-441. Includes Cage 1949c; Cage 1955a; Cage 1959a; Cage 1959b; Cage 1959f; Cage 1959j.

 

Cage, John 1972a. [Untitled] [three letters, dated February 11, April 29 and July 27 1971, to Hans Otte, in facs.]. In Programm: Pro musica nova/5. bis 8. Mai 1972. Bremen: Radio Bremen, [26]-[27], [28], [30].

 

Cage, John 1972b. “Mesostics re Merce Cunningham.” In Music 1972, [3].

 

Cage, John 1972c. “Mureau.” in Music 1972, [2]-[3].

 

Cage, John 1972d. Mushroom Book, in collab. with Lois A. Long and Alexander H. Smith. New York: Hollanders Workshop, limited ed. of 75 copies; text published separately in Cage 1973h, 117-183, passim; French as “Le livre des champignons.” Trans. Pierre Lartigue. In Cage 1983d, 37-93; Italian excerpt as “Funghi.” Trans. Nanni Balestrini. Alfabeta new series vol. 5, no. 46 (March 1983), 9; another excerpt as “Mushroom Book = Il libro dei funghi.” Trans. Gigliola Nocera. In Costa, L. et al. 1993, 799-803; both excerpts combined as “Funghi.” In Bonomo and Furghieri 1998, 109-118.

 

Cage, John 1972e. “Re and not re Fuller and Mao.” Arts in Society 9, no. 2 (Summer-Fall), 270-274.

 

Cage, John 1973a. [Review of Mary Caroline Richards, The Crossing Point: Selected Talks and Writings. Middletown, Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press, 1973]. Village Voice (December 27), Literary Supplement; repr. included in Cage, Troy and Merritt 1974.

 

Cage, John 1973b. “Diary: How to Improve the World (You Will Only Make Matters Worse) Continued 1971-72.” In Cage 1973h, 195-217, passim; French as “1971-72.” In Cage 1983c, 125-140.

 

Cage, John 1973c. “For A.C. on His 70th Birthday.” Included in Cage 1973k, 95.

 

Cage, John 1973d. “Foreword.” In Bunger 1973, [v]-[vii]; repr. in Bunger 1973/1981, 5-6; repr. in Cage 1993d, 117-119; rev. repr. as “How the Piano Came to be Prepared.” In Cage 1979c, 7-9; French as “Comment le piano fut préparé.” Trans. Marc Dachy. Luna-Park [Paris] no. 7 (March 1981), 19-21; Japanese as “Hashigaki.” Trans. Jô Kondô and Joaquím M. Benítez. In Bunger 1973/1978, 4-8.

 

Cage, John 1973e. “Foreword.” In Cage 1973h, ix-xvi; repr. in excerpt in Smith, S.S. and DeLio 1989, 51-54; French (excerpt) [untitled] in Cage 1983c, 158.

 

Cage, John 1973GRAND. “Grand Street and Monroe (for R.L. Twenty Years After).” On the inivitation for an exhibition of the work of Richard Lippold, April 17-May 12, 1973, at the Willard Gallery, New York.

 

Cage, John 1973f. “In memoriam S.W.” Included in Cage 1973k, 94.

 

Cage, John 1973g. “July 13, 1972.” Included in Cage 1973k, 95.

 

Cage, John 1973h. M: Writings ’67-’72. Middletown, Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press; London: Calder and Boyars; excerpts repr. as “Some Words from M.” In Words and Spaces: An Anthology of Twentieth-Century Musical Experiments in Language and Sonic Environments. Ed. Stuart Saunders Smith and Thomas DeLio. Lanham, Maryland [etc.]: University Press of America, 1989, 49-72 (reviews: Antioch Review 1979; Benig 1973; Book Review Digest 1973; Chocrón 1973; Dickinson 1975; Duckworth 1973; Gidal 1974; Henahan 1973b; Holmes 1981a; Nyman 1973b; Publishers Weekly 1973; Publishers Weekly 1974; Small 1974; Smalley 1973; Times Literary Supplement 1974; Village Voice 1973; Washington Post 1973; Waugh 1973).

 

Cage, John 1973i. “Note re Recent Texts.” Thoreau Society Bulletin no. 124 (Fall), 1.

 

Cage, John 1973j. “On the windshield of a new Fiat for James K. (who had not made up his mind where to go) and Carolyn Brown.” In Cage 1973h, 94.

 

Cage, John 1973k. “Six Mesostics.” In Cage 1973h, 94-95.

 

Cage, John 1973l. “62 Mesostics re Merce Cunningham [originally appeared as score with directions for its performance as music].” In Cage 1973h, 4-214, passim; repr. in Klosty 1975.

 

Cage, John 1973m. “Song.” In Cage 1973h, 86, 88, 90-91.

 

Cage, John 1973n. “25 Mesostics re and not re Mark Tobey.” In Cage 1973h, 186-188, 190, 192.

 

Cage, John 1973o. [Untitled] [mesostic on ‘Marcel’]. In D’Harnoncourt and McShine 1973, 189.

 

Cage, John 1974a. “Books = Livres = Bücher [review of Louise VarŹse, VarŹse: A Looking-Glass Diary. New York: Norton, 1972, in English, French, German].” The World of Music = Le Monde de la Musique = Die Welt der Musik 16, no. 2, 73-74.

 

Cage, John 1974b. “Design ‘Diary: How to Improve the World (You Will Only Make Matters Worse)’.” In R. Banham, The Aspen Papers: Twenty Years of Design Theory from the International Design Conference in Aspen. New York: Praeger, 162-169.

 

Cage, John 1974c. “Empty Words [Part I].” In An Active Anthology. Ed. by George Quasha and Susan Quasha. Fremont, Michigan: Sumac Press, 1974; repr. included in Cage 1979EW, 11-31.

 

Cage, John 1974d. [Empty Words Part II]. Interstate 2; repr. included in Cage 1979EW, 33-49.

 

Cage, John 1974e. [Excerpts from a letter to Dieter Schnebel]. Included in Schnebel 1974.

 

Cage, John 1974f. “The Future of Music.” Numus-West [Mercer Island, Washington] no. 5 (1974), 6-15; repr. in Kostelanetz 1978c, 288-300; rev. repr. in Cage 1979c, 177-187; Danish as “Musikkens fremtid.” Trans. Paul Borum. Dansk Musiktidsskrift 50, no. 2 (1975-1976), 57-65; Hungarian as “A zene jövője.” In Cage 1994a, 170-181; Italian as “L’avvenire della musica.” Trans. Gigliola Nocera. L’Illustrazione Italiana new series 4, no. 17 (June 1984), 84-88; Italian as “Il futuro della musica.” Trans. Giovanni Iannaccio. In Bonomo and Furghieri 1998, 119-131; Serbo-Croatian as “Budućnost muzike.” In Cage 1981i, 201-210; Spanish (original version) as “El futuro de la música.” Trans. Manuel NúĖez Nava. Talea [México, D. F.] no. 1 (September-December 1975), 7-24; repr. Pauta 5, no. 18 (1986), 6-27.

 

Cage, John 1974g. “Series re Morris Graves.” In The Drawings of Morris Graves: With Comments by the Artist. Ed. by Ida E. Rubin. Boston: New York Graphic Society for the Drawing Society, New York, 1974, 9-32; repr. in Cage 1979c, 99-121; French as “Série au sujet de Morris Graves.” Trans. Christophe Marchand-Kiss. Java [Paris] no. 18-19 (Spring 1999), 3-12 (part I) and Java [Paris] no. 21-22 (Spring 2001), 174-188 (part II).

 

Cage, John 1975A. [Abstract of M]. RILM Abstracts of Music Literature 7 (1975), 53 [no. 724].

 

Cage, John 1975b. [Empty Words Part III]. Big Deal no. 3 (Spring); repr. included in Cage 1979EW, 51-63; repr. in Text-Sound Texts. Ed. by Richard Kostelanetz. New York: William Morrow & Co., 1980, 398-411; repr. as Empty Words: Parte III. Cuenca: Ediciones +-491, 1992.

 

Cage, John 1975c. “Empty Words [PART IV; INTRODUCTIONS-TO-I, II, III].” Wch Way 2, no. 1 (May-September), unpag.; repr. included in Cage 1979EW, 65-77; repr. as liner notes for phonodisc MFB 003-004. Frankfurt am Main: Edition Michael Frauenlob Bauer, 1987.

 

Cage, John 1975d. “Etudes Australes I, II, and VIII.” Stagebill [New York] 2, no. 5 (January), 22-24; excerpt repr. in Clarke 1977, 186-187.

 

Cage, John 1975e. “‘I’m the happiest person I know’ (S.W.).” Minneapolis Star (April 3); repr. in Cage 1979c, 122.

 

Cage, John 1975f. “Part of a letter from Jackson Mac Low and an answer to his old letters together with ‘Nine Mesostics re Jackson Mac Low’s Tree* Movie’.” Vort: Twenty-first Century Pre-views no. 8, 64-72.

 

Cage, John 1975g. [Untitled]. In Edition Peters: Contemporary Music Catalogue. New York: C. F. Peters, 14; repr. 1979, 9; repr. 1980; repr. 1982; repr. in Cage 1993d, 125.

 

Cage, John 1975h. “Where Are We Eating? and What Are We Eating? (38 Variations on a Theme by Alison Knowles).” In Klosty 1975, 54-62; repr. in Cage 1979c, 79-97; French as “OĚ mangeons-nous? et que mangeons-nous?” Trans. Pierre Lartigue. In Lartigue 1982b, 78-85; repr. in Cage 1983d, 9-35.

 

Cage, John 1976a. “Avertissement II.” In Cage/Charles 1976, 59; English as “Foreword II.” In Cage/Charles 1976/1981, 65; German as “Vorwort II.” In Cage/Charles 1976/1984, 69; Italian in Cage/Charles 1976/1977; Japanese in Cage/Charles 1976/1982; Spanish in Cage/Charles 1976/1981, 65.

 

Cage, John 1976b. “Notes on the Program.” [Lincoln Center] Stagebill 4, no. 3 (November), 18-19.

 

Cage, John 1976b2. [Untitled] (program note on “Renga” with “Apartment house 1776”), in ISCM World Music Days 1976 (program, October 24-30). Boston: International Society for Contemporary Music, 73 [?].

 

Cage, John 1976c. “Postface.” In Cage/Charles 1976, 243-244; English as “Afterword to the French Edition.” In Cage/Charles 1976/1981, 239; German as “Nachwort zur französischen Ausgabe.” In Cage/Charles 1976/1984, 313-314; Italian in Cage/Charles 1976/1977; Japanese in Cage/Charles 1976/1982; Spanish as “Nota final.” In Cage/Charles 1976/1981, 303-304.

 

Cage, John 1976d. [Untitled]. Included in Nyman 1976b; German as “Rede an ein Orchester.” Trans. Rainer Riehn. In Metzger, H.-K. and Riehn 1978b, 56-61; Spanish as “Ensayo de orquesta.” In Barber, L. 1985, 95-99.

 

Cage, John 1977a. “7 out of 23.” Triquarterly [Evanston, Illinois] no. 38 (Winter), 174-178; repr. in Hayman, D. and Anderson 1978, 174-178; repr. in Cage 1993d, 127-130.

 

Cage, John 1977b. “If there isn’t any, why do you wear them?” Unmuzzled Ox 4, no. 3 <15>, 11; repr. in Cage 1993d, 131.

 

Cage, John 1977c. “A Long Letter.” In Conlon Nancarrow, Selected Studies for Player Piano. Ed. by Peter Garland. Berkeley, California: Soundings Press (Soundings; 4), unpag.?, [25?]; repr. in Cage 1979c, 6; repr. in Block, R. et al. 1980, 106; repr. in Nies, Marx and Berger 1982, 1.

 

Cage, John 1977d. [Untitled mesostic for Joan La Barbara]. Liner notes for phonodisc CR 196. New York: Chiaroscuro Records; repr. as liner notes for phonodisc Wizard 196, 1983; repr. as liner notes for compact disc NA 035. San Francisco, California: New Albion Records, 1990.

 

Cage, John 1977Q. “Quartets I & II for 24 Instruments.” In concert program, Brooklyn Philharmonia, February 22, 1977, New York, Brooklyn Academy of Music, unpaginated, [10].

 

Cage, John 1977e. [Untitled] [in English and Italian]. Liner notes for phonodisc CRSLP 6117. Milan: Cramps Records; French as “Cheap Imitation.” Included in Sassi 1978b, 27-28.

 

Cage, John 1978a. “Emptywords [sic] [includes ‘Syntax: ‘-preface, nieuwe toelichting op MS facs SEE BELOW, and also includes (p. 170) note on Music of Changes].” Semiotext(e) 3, no. 2, 165-174.

 

Cage, John 1978b. “Empty Words with Relevant Material.” Talking Poetics from Naropa Institute. Ed. by Anne Waldman and Marilya Webb. Boulder, Colorado [etc.]: Shambala, 195-220 (Annals of the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics; 1).

 

Cage, John 1978c. “Etudes Australes.” Ear [New York] 4, no. 1 (February).

 

Cage, John 1978X. “Programme Notes [on Etudes Australes and Cheap Imitation (Violin)].” in program of concert, June 13, London, Queen Elizabeth Hall, by Grete Sultan and Paul Zukofsky.

 

Cage, John 1978d. “Two Mesostics.” Big Sky [Bolinas, California] no. 11-12 (April); repr. in Berkson and LeSueur 1980, 182.

 

Cage, John 1978e. [Untitled] (program notes on Etudes Australes and Freeman Etudes), in Benoist 1978, [14]-[15].

 

Cage, John 1978f. [Untitled] [program note on Henry David Thoreau]. In Benoist 1978, [52]; repr. as [part (headnote) of repr. of Preface to Lecture on the Weather].

 

Cage, John 1978g. [Untitled], In Benoist 1978, [2].

 

Cage, John 1978h. “Writing for the Second Time through Finnegans Wake.” In Cage 1978j; repr. (with rev. introduction) in Cage 1979c, 133-176; repr. in Schöning 1980, [51]-[95]; repr. in Cage 1982k, 29-68; excerpt repr. in Etrog and Cage 1982, 82-91.

 

Cage, John 1978i. “Writing through Finnegans Wake.” James Joyce Quarterly 15, Special Supplement, unpag. (University of Tulsa Monograph Series; 16); repr. in Cage 1978j; French (excerpt) as “Écriture ą travers Finnegans wake.” Cahiers du collectif Change no. 41 (March 1982), 96-98 (review: Kostelanetz 1979).

 

Cage, John 1978j. Writings through Finnegans Wake [includes untitled introduction]. West Glover, Vermont: Printed Editions (review: Kostelanetz 1979).

 

Cage, John 1978k. “Zu den 7 Radierungen (1978) [in English].” In Metzger, H.-K. and Riehn 1978b, 66; repr. as “Seven Day Diary (Not Knowing), 1978.” In Diamond and Hicks 1982, 36.

 

Cage, John 1979a. “Caro Tito Gotti [in Italian, French, English].” In Monastra 1979, 23-31; Spanish as “El tren de Cage.” In Barber, L. 1985, 99-101.

 

Cage, John 1979b. “Ben Weber, 1916-1979.” Proceedings of the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters 2, no. 30, 90-92; repr. as “B.W. 1916-1979.” In Cage 1983j, 119-122.

 

Cage, John 1979c. Empty Words: Writings ’73-’78. Middletown, Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press; repr. London [etc.]: Marion Boyars, 1980 (reviews: Aldan 1980; Annotated Bibliography 1979a; Antioch Review 1979; Bedient 1980; Campos 1979; Cargas 1981; Choice 1980; Cresti 1983; Griffiths 1980b; Holmes 1981a; Johnson, Tom 1979-1980; Keller, H. 1980; Kostelanetz 1979; Leavis and Blom 1980; McGahan 1979; Mellers 1980; Newlin 1979; Plath 1979; Publishers Weekly 1979; Rapoport 1982; Rhodes, J. 1980; Schmitt, N. C. 1981-1982; WH 1979; Whittall 1981).

 

Cage, John 1979d. “For S. Fort, Dancer.” In Cage 1979c, 10.

 

Cage, John 1979e. “For William Mc N. Who Studied with Ezra Pound.” In Cage 1979c, 78.

 

Cage, John 1979EW. “Empty Words.” In Cage 1979c, 11-77; excerpts [with comics added by Dave Morcie] repr. Poetry Comics [Iowa City, Iowa] no. 12 (November 1980), [3]-[9].

 

Cage, John 1979f. “Foreword.” In Cage 1979c, ix; French as “1979.” In Cage 1983c, 141.

 

Cage, John 1979g. “Jasper Johns.” In Poets & Painters [exhibition catalogue]. Denver: Denver Art Museum, 46.

 

Cage, John 1979h. “Listing through Finnegans Wake.” In Pieces 4. Ed. by Michael Byron. New York: Michael Byron.

 

Cage, John 1979i. “Many Happy Returns.” In Cage 1979c, 6; repr. in Garland 1987a, 107.

 

Cage, John 1979j. “Mushrooms.” In The Poets’ Encyclopedia. Ed. by Michael Andre and Erika Rothenberg. New York: Unmuzzled Ox Editions, repr. 1980, 185-190; repr. in Cage 1993d, 143-146.

 

Cage, John 1979k. “Musical Manuscripts – An Introduction to Notation.” Ear 5, no. 3 (November-December), 12.

 

Cage, John 1979l. “Preface to Lecture on the Weather.” In Cage 1979c, 3-5; German as “Vorwort.” In Krüger 1980, 55; Serbo-Croatian as “Predgovor ‘Predavanju o vrenemu’.” In Cage 1981i, 198-200.

 

Cage, John 1979m. “Robert Rauschenberg.” In Poets & Painters (exhibition catalogue). Denver: Denver Art Museum, 48.

 

Cage, John 1979n. “Sixty-one Mesostics re and not re Norman O. Brown.” In Cage 1979c, 123-132.

 

Cage, John 1979o. “Song.” In Cage 1979c, 10.

 

Cage, John 1979p. “‘There is not much difference between the two.’ (Suzuki Daisetz).” Misuzi 1979. Tōkyō; repr. included in Cage 1980i, 117; repr. in Cage 1983j, 51.

 

Cage, John 1979q. [Untitled] (mesostic on “train”). In Monastra 1979, 33; repr. in Charles 1979, 8.

 

Cage, John 1979r. [Untitled]. In Du silence. Trois-RiviŹres, Québec: Atelier de Production Littéraire de la Mauricie, 33 (A.P.L.M.; 8); repr. as “Correction.” Included in Cage 1980i, 119; untitled repr. in Cage 1983j, 117; repr. with French trans. as “Untitled.” Trans. Carol Richards. In Charles 1987-1988, 543.

 

Cage, John 1979s. “Wright’s Oberlin House Restored by E. Johnson.” In Cage 1979c, 78.

 

Cage, John 1980a. “The Beginning of a Connection between Satie and Thoreau.” In Metzger, H.-K. and Riehn 1980, 37.

 

Cage, John 1980b. “Concerto grosso für 4 Fernsehgeräte und 12 Radios - Uraufführung.” Trans. Sabine Gabriel, John Gabriel. In Block, R. et al. 1980, 172.

 

Cage, John 1980d. “Music and Particularly Silence in the Work of Jackson Mac Low.” Paper Air [Blue Bell, Pennsylvania] 2, no. 3 (1980), 36-39; repr. in Cage 1993d, 147-152; German as “‘There is Never Any Silence’: Musik und insbesondere Stille im Werk von Jackson Mac Low.” MusikTexte no. 49 (May 1993), 40-42.

 

Cage, John 1980e. “On Having Received the Karl-Sczuka-Prize for ‘Roaratorio’, Donaueschingen 10/20/79.” The Composer 10-11, no. 1, 23-28; slightly changed repr. as “About Roaratorio: An Irish Circus on Finnegans wake.” In Etrog and Cage 1982, 73-81; slightly enlarged repr. as “On Having Received the Karl-Sczuka-Price [sic] for ‘Roaratorio’.” In Cage 1982k, 155, 157, 159, 161, 163, 165; French [untitled]. Trans. Jean-Claude Emery. In John 1981CHECK, 2-7; German as “Rede nach der Überreichung des Karl-Sczuka-Preises für ‘Roaratorio’.” In Cage 1982k, 154, 156, 158, 160, 162, 164; Italian as “Su ‘Roaratorio’.” Trans. Alessandro Carrera. In Bonomo and Furghieri 1998, 132-137.

 

Cage, John 1980f. “Package from Switzerland.” Included in Cage 1980i, 118.

 

Cage, John 1980g. “Reunion (1968).” Trans. Sabine Gabriel, John Gabriel. In Block, R. et al. 1980, 172.

 

Cage, John 1980h. “Silent Environment.” Trans. Sabine Gabriel, John Gabriel. In Block, R. et al. 1980, 172.

 

Cage, John 1980i. “Three Mesostics.” Chelsea no. 39, 117-119.

 

Cage, John 1980j. “Two Performance Dreams.” Dreamworks [New York] 1, no. 3 (Fall), 202.

 

Cage, John 1980k. “White on ‘Blanco’ for O.P.” Kosmos no. 5-6 (Spring-Summer-Fall-Winter), 96-98.

 

Cage, John 1981a. “Another Song.” In Barron and Cage 1981, 2-3, 12, 20, 43; repr. in Cage 1983j, 103-107.

 

Cage, John 1981b. “‘Apropos of’ (marcel duchamp 1961).” In Shigeko Kubota: Video Sculptures. Ed. Zdenek Felix. Essen: Museum Folkwang; Berlin: Berliner Kunstprogramm des Deutschen Akademischen Austauschdienstes (DAAD); Zürich: Kunsthaus Zürich [exhibition catalogue], 2.

 

Cage, John 1981c. “Dodatak [facsimile with Serbo-Croatian trans. of letter to Nikša Gligo, September 21, 1981].” In Cage 1981i, 211.

 

Cage, John 1981d. “An Introduction.” In Cage/Charles 1976/1981, 11-12; German as “Eine Einleitung.” In Cage/Charles 1976/1984, 9-10; Japanese in Cage/Charles 1976/1982; Spanish in Cage/Charles 1976/1981, 9.

 

Cage, John 1981e. “James Joyce, Marcel Duchamp, Erik Satie: An Alphabet [first part, including the preface].” Zero [Los Angeles, California]; full text in Cage 1983j, 53-101; French as “James Joyce, Marcel Duchamp, Erik Satie: Un alphabet.” Trans. Carol Richards. In Charles 1987-1988, 11-50; German as “James Joyce, Marcel Duchamp, Erik Satie: Ein Alphabet.” Trans. Klaus Reichert. Neuland 5 (1984-1985), 339-363; Norwegian (preface only) as “Joyce, Duchamp, Satie: En introduksjon.” Ballade [Oslo] 8, no. 1 (1984), 6-7.

 

Cage, John 1981f. “Letters [letter to Jonathan Brent].” Triquarterly [Evanston, Illinois] no. 52 (Fall), 279.

 

Cage, John 1981g. “Marcel Duchamp and Suzuki Daisetz.” In Marcel Duchamp (exhibition catalogue of the Duchamp Exhibition of the Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, August 1-September 6). Tōkyō: Seibu Takawara, 121-122.

 

Cage, John 1981h. “On the Surface [in French].” In DixiŹmes rencontres internationales de musique contemporaine: Metz 19-22 novembre 1981. Metz: Centre européen pour la recherche musicale, [41].

 

Cage, John 1981i. Radovi/tekstovi 1939-1979 izbor. Trans. Filip Filipović. Ed. by Miša Savić and Filip Filipović. Beograd: Studentski Izdavački Centar.

 

Cage, John 1981j. Sound on Paper: Musical Notations in Japan. New York: Japan House Gallery, 6-8.

 

Cage, John 1981k. [Untitled] (two letters to M. William Karlins). Included in Karlins 1981, 250-251.

 

Cage, John 1981l. [Untitled]. Liner notes for phonodisc Cp2/7. Port Jefferson, New York: Musical Observations; repr. as liner notes for compact disc Cp2 103. CHECK PLACE: Musical Observations, 1991.

 

Cage, John 1982a. “Collecting the Sounds.” In Cage 1982k, 119; German as “Auf der Suche nach den Klängen.” Ibidem, 118.

 

Cage, John 1982b. “Composition in Retrospect.” In Diamond and Hicks 1982, 39-57; slightly changed repr. in Cage 1982c, [4]-[58], lefthand pages; repr. in Cage 1983j, 123-152; repr. in Cage 1993b, 5-51 [with new introduction]; German as “Komponieren: ein Rückblick.” Trans. Robert Schnorr. In Cage 1982c, [5]-[59], righthand pages; Japanese in Seibu Music Festival (program, June 1982). Tokyo: CHECK publisher; English with parallel Spanish [text] as “Composición en retrospectiva.” Trans. Rafael Vargas. Pauta 1, no. 2 (April-June 1982), i-xxiii (English), xxiv-xlviii (Spanish).

 

Cage, John 1982c. Composition in Retrospect: Vortrag gehalten anläßlich der Veranstaltungen zum 70. Geburtstag des Komponisten. Ed. by Wilfried Brennecke. Köln: Pressestelle des Westdeutschen Rundfunks.

 

Cage, John 1982d. “Dance/4 Orchestras.” In Cabrillo Music Festival 20. Aptos, California: Cabrillo Music Festival, [35]; Dutch as [CHECK] (trans. Frans van Rossum), in van Rossum 1988[ENIGE], 93.

 

Cage, John 1982f. “For her first exhibition with love.” In Fanny “nach Straßburg” Collagen 1980-82 (exhibition catalogue). Frankfurt am Main: CHECK publisher; repr. in Cage 1983j, 153; repr. in Fanny Schoening: Papierlandschaften = Paperlandscapes = Papierpaysages 1983-1989 [exhibition catalogue, June 2-30, 1989]. Köln: Galerie Schüppenhauer, 1989, 19.

 

Cage, John 1982h. “Introduction to an Unpresented Text - Oral Poetry, Themes and Variation.” Via: The Journal of the Graduate School of Fine Arts no. 5, 44-51; repr. as “Introduction.” In Cage 1982m, [7]-[18]; repr. in Cox, C. and Warner 2004, 221-225; German (exc.) as “Themes and variations.” In For 1983, 4; German (different excerpt) as “Empty Mind.” Trans. Klaus Reichert. In Schöning and Becker-Carsten 1987b, 83-86; German (different trans.) as “Themen & Variationen.” In Schädler and Zimmermann 1992b, 9-147, passim; Hungarian as “Üres értelem.” In Cage 1994a, 199-204; Serbo-Croatian trans. (excerpt) in [CHECK title] (program). Zagreb: Music Biennale, 1985, [8]-[12]; Spanish as “Temas y variaciones: Introducción.” Trans. Rafael Vargas. Pauta 5, no. 18 (April-June 1986), 41-59.

 

Cage, John 1982i. [Letter to Eberhard Blum] (in facs.), in 32. 1982[KRÜGER], [6]-[7].

 

Cage, John 1982LETTER. [Letter to Paul Claudel, May 19, 1982]. In Program, Maison de la Culture Grenoble, Saison 1982-1983. Grenoble: Maison de la Culture, 25.

 

Cage, John 1982j. [Muoyce] (excerpt), Eigo seinen (1982); full text as “Muoyce: Writing for the Fifth Time through Finnegans Wake.” MusikTexte no. 1 (October 1983), 17-22; repr. in Cage 1983j, 173-187; excerpt repr. as “Writing for the Fifth Time through Finnegans Wake.” In Charles 1987-1988, 257-260.

 

Cage, John 1982k. Roaratorio: Ein irischer Circus über Finnegans wake = An Irish circus on Finnegans wake. Ed. by Klaus Schöning. Königstein/Taunus: Athenäum (reviews: Beyenburg 1982; Brooks, W. 1983; Fröhlich 1983; Kipphoff 1982; Vormweg 1983).

 

Cage, John 1982l. “Themes and Variations.” In Cage 1982m, [19]-[97].

 

Cage, John 1982m. Themes & Variations. Barrytown, New York: Station Hill Press; repr. in Cage 1993b, 53-171; Serbo-Croatian trans. (excerpt) in Cage (program). Zagreb: publisher?***, 1985, [5] p. (reviews: Knowles 1982; Newlin 1982; Parisi 1982; Radano 1982-1983; Small Press Review 1983).

 

Cage, John 1982n. “Toyama 1982.” In [CHECK title]. Toyama, Japan: Museum of Modern Art; repr. in Cage 1983j, 51.

 

Cage, John 1982o. [Untitled] (excerpt of letter). In Cage 1982k, inside cover.

 

Cage, John 1982p. [Untitled] (mesostic on ‘Klaus Schoning’ [sic]), included in Schöning 1982[NICHI], 16, 17.

 

Cage, John 1982q. [Untitled] (mesostic on ‘Muzički Salon’), in [CHECK title] (program of the Cage concerts of the Muzički Salon of the Studentski Centar Sveučilišta, Zagreb, May 17-19). Zagreb: CHECK publisher.

 

Cage, John 1982r. [Untitled] (program notes on various works; trans. Wilfried Brennecke), in Brennecke 1982c, 26-28.

 

Cage, John 1982s. [Untitled] (statement concerning Party Pieces). New York [etc.]: C.F. Peters Corporation (Peters; 66500).

 

Cage, John 1983a. “Diary: How to Improve the World (You Will Only Make Matters Worse) Continued 1973-1982.” In Cage 1983j, 155-169; French as “1973-1982.” In Cage 1983c, 143-157.

 

Cage, John 1983b. “Foreword.” In Cage 1983j, ix-x.

 

Cage, John 1983c. Journal: Comment rendre le monde meilleur (on ne fait qu’aggraver les choses). Trans. Monique Fong. S.l. [Paris]: Maurice Nadeau; Papyrus.

 

Cage, John 1983d. Le livre des champignons. Trans. Pierre Lartigue. Marseille: Editions Ryôan-ji (Tarting 1987).

 

Cage, John 1983e. “Muoyce [program notes, in German trans.].” In For 1983, 5.

 

Cage, John 1983MUSIC. “Music and Dance.” Program of the Merce Cunningham Annual Season in City Center, New York, March 15-27, 1983, p. 1.

 

Cage, John 1983f. [Untitled]. Exquisite Corpse 1, no. 2 (February-March), 1.

 

Cage, John 1983U. [Untitled] [facsimile of letter, October 23, 1966, to Jocy de Oliveira]. In Oliveira 1983, [9]-10].

 

Cage, John 1983g. “Wishful Thinking.” In Cage 1983j, 171.

 

Cage, John 1983h. “Writing for the Fourth Time through Finnegans Wake.” In Cage 1983j, 1-49.

 

Cage, John 1983i. “Writing through the Cantos.” In Cage 1983j, 109-115.

 

Cage, John 1983j. X: Writings ’79-’82. Middletown, Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press; repr. 1986; repr. London: Marion Boyars, 1987 (reviews: Gronemeyer 1984a; Oja 1987; Routh 1987).

 

Cage, John 1983-1984. “For Your 50th.” Nutida Musik 27, no. 1 (1983-1984), 51.

 

Cage, John 1984a. “10 mesosticas de ‘Mushrooms et variationes’ sobre Duchamp [in English].” In Moure 1984, 28-29; repr. as “Anagrame aus ‘Mushrooms et Variationes’ zu ‘Duchamp’.” In Duchamp: Eine Ausstellung im Museum Ludwig, Köln. 27. 6-19. 8. 1984. Köln: Museen der Stadt Köln, 1984, 32-33.

 

Cage, John 1984b. “Ryoanji [program notes, in English with parallel French trans.].” In ISCM World Music Days 1984 (program). Toronto [etc.]: International Society for Contemporary Music, 75.

 

Cage, John 1984c. [Thirty Pieces for String Quartet] (program notes for the first performance) [IN SCORE?***]. Darmstadt: Internationale Ferienkurse für Neue Musik, mimeographed, [2]; repr. as liner notes for compact disc Mode 17. Kew Gardens, New York: Mode Records, 1989.

 

Cage, John 1985a. h2 WDR, trans. Klaus Reichert. Köln: Westdeutscher Rundfunk (xerox copy), 2 pp.; rev. as “h2 WDR (2).” trans. Klaus Reichert, in Schöning and Becker-Carsten 1987b, 130-132.

 

Cage, John 1985b. “How many years ago [in facsimile].” In Cage 1985[PROGRAM], suppl., unpag., [1] p.

 

Cage, John 1985c. [Letter to Léon Schoenmakers, January 29, 1985] (HH: IN EXC. CHECK; in facs.), in Musique sans sauce/Workshop Erik Satie. Bonn: Tage Neuer Musik, 26.

 

Cage, John 1985d. “Mushrooms et Variationes [excerpt].” In Raum 1985, 3-23; repr. (excerpt) in Cage 1985[PROGRAM], suppl. (mimeographed OR xerox copies, CHECK); full text in Sumner, Burch, and Sumner 1986, 29-96.

 

Cage, John 1985DD. “Music and Art.” In Vom Klang der Bilder; repr. in Cage 1993d, 161-163; French as “Musique et art.” Trans. Daniel Charles. In Charles 1987-1988, 345-347.

 

Cage, John 1985e. “The Satie Society - first meeting” OR*** “Die erste Veranstaltung der Satie Society der Socie Satiety der Sozi Sattiität.” Trans. Klaus Reichert. Bonn: ***publisher (program March 31, mimeographed); repr. [with orig. English text] as liner notes for phonodisc MFB 014-015. Frankfurt am Main: Edition Michael Frauenlob Bauer, 1988.

 

Cage, John 1985f. “Sonnekus2.” MusikTexte no. 10 (July), 31-34.

 

Cage, John 1985g. “Theme and Variations.” Antigonish Review no. 62-63 (Summer-Fall), 126-132.

 

Cage, John 1985h. [Untitled] (quotations in exc. from earlier writings. Ed. by Tetsuo Iwasa). Gendai Shi Techō [Tōkyō] 28, no. 5 (April), passim.

 

Cage, John 1985i. Liner notes for phonodisc Mode 1-2. Kew Gardens, New York: Mode Records.

 

Cage, John 1985j. Liner notes for phonodisc Mode 2. Kew Gardens, New York: Mode Records; Swedish as “Ryoanji.” Nutida Musik 30, no. 1 (1986-1987), 73.

 

Cage, John 1985k. “Notes on the Program.” Carnegie Hall Stagebill 8, no. 3 (November), 11.

 

Cage, John 1985U. [Untitled]. Included in “Meet the Artists.” Carnegie Hall Stagebill (March 1985), 11.

 

Cage, John 1985m. [Untitled] [mesostic on ‘Artics’]. Ártics no. 1 (September-November), 2.

 

Cage, John 1985-1986. “Songs for C.W.” Ex Tempore 3, no. 2 (Fall-Winter), 17-23; repr. MusikTexte no. 15 (July 1986), 26-33; repr. included in Cage 1988c, 18-25; French (trans. Carol Richards) in Charles 1987-1988, 511-518.

 

Cage, John 1986a. “For the S.S.O.” Hungarian Music News [Budapest] new series 3, no. 3-4, 10; repr. as liner notes for record SLPD 12893. Budapest: Hungaroton, 1987.

 

Cage, John 1986b. “Foreword.” In Von Gunden 1986, v.

 

Cage, John 1986c. “Introduction to Mushrooms et Variationes.” In Sumner, Burch, and Sumner 1986, 28.

 

Cage, John 1986RELA. “Relakus2.” Introduction [of The First Meeting of the Satie Society] trans. Elizabeth Brockmann. In Gohr and Jablonka 1986, 205-208.

 

Cage, John 1986d. “Thoroughness like Water.” In Ohne die Rose tun wir’s nicht: Für Joseph Beuys. Ed. by Klaus Staeck. Heidelberg: Edition Staeck, 330-331.

 

Cage, John 1986e. Liner notes for phonodisc Mode 3-6. Kew Gardens, New York: Mode Records.

 

Cage, John 1986f. “Writing through Howl.” In Best Minds: A Tribute to Allen Ginsberg. Ed. by Bill Morgan and Bob Rosenthal. New York: Lospecchio Press, 42-51; repr. in Cage 1993d, 165-176.

 

Cage, John 1986X. [Untitled]. Included in “Lavorando con Marino Zuccheri.” In Nuova Atlantide: Il continente della musica elettronica 1900-1986. Ed. by Roberto Doati and Alvise Vidolin. Venezia: Biennale di Venezia, 174.

 

Cage, John 1986Y. [Untitled] (on the subject of avant-garde). In Seiichi Tanaka (photographs), The Avant-Gardes in New York. Ed. by Tadanori Itakura. Osaka: Tanaka Studio, [15].

 

Cage, John 1987a. “ASLSP.” In program, 10 February 1987, New York, Grace Church, Brian Schober, [3]-[4].

 

Cage, John 1987a. “Extract from ‘Silence’, Now, Sculpture musicale.” Contemporary Music Review 1, no. 2 (May), 1-8.

 

Cage, John 1987b. “For n.” In Niki at Nassau: Fantastic Vision: Works by Niki de Saint Phalle, 27 September 1987-3 January 1988, Nassau County Museum of Fine Art, Roslyn, New York: Writings by David Bourdon, John Cage, Harry Mathews [exhibition catalogue]. Roslyn, New York: Nassau County Museum of Fine Art, 25-29.

 

Cage, John 1987HA. “Haikai.” In program of first performance, April 5, 1987. Toronto, Ontario: Evergreen Club, [9].

 

Cage, John 1987c. “Handlung [in English with parallel German trans.; twelve different editions].” In John 1987[EUROPERAS], [2]-[3]; repr. (English only) in Cage 1993d, 213-218.

 

Cage, John 1987d. “Mesostic.” In Kurt Schwitters Almanach 1987. Ed. by Michael Erlhoff and Klaus Stadtmüller. Hannover: Postskriptum, 11-13.

 

Cage, John 1987e. “Music for Thirteen (1987) [in English with parallel German trans.].” In IGNM Weltmusiktage ’87: Programm Köln Bonn Frankfurt 23.10.-1.11.1987. Ed. by Gisela Gronemeyer. Köln [etc.]: Internationale Gesellschaft für Neue Musik, 235; repr. as “Music for Five.” Liner notes for compact disc Hat Art CD 60702. Therwil: Hat Hut Records, 1991.

 

Cage, John 1987f. “Now.” Included in Cage 1987a, 3.

 

Cage, John 1987g. “Ratschläge für meine Freunde über makrobiotische Diät.” Trans. Robert Schnorr. In Schöning and Becker-Carsten 1987b, 102-6.

 

Cage, John 1987h. “Scenario for M. F. (with Numbers in Celebration of his 60th Birthday).” MusikTexte no. 22 (December), 5-7; repr. in The Music of Morton Feldman. Ed. by Thomas DeLio. Westport, Connecticut [etc.]: Greenwood Press, 1996, 1-6 (Contributions to the Study of Music and Dance; 36); French as “Scénario pour M. F. (dont les nombres célŹbrent le 60e anniversaire).” Trans. Carol Richards. In Charles 1987-1988, 193-198.

 

Cage, John 1987i. “Sculpture musicale.” Included in Cage 1987a, 4-8; repr. included in Cage 1988c, 12-15; repr. as liner notes for compact disc EB 202. Berlin: Edition Block, 1991; repr. as Sculpture Musicale. Madrid: Estampa, 1991.

 

Cage, John 1987j. “Storia dell’opera [in English with parallel German trans.].” In John 1987[EUROPERAS].

 

Cage, John 1987k. [CHECK title]. La Vanguardia [Barcelona] (28 March), supplement.

 

Cage, John 1987l. “‘They Come’: A Fifty Percent Mesostic.” In Review of Contemporary Fiction 7, no. 2 (Summer 1987), 85-91.

 

Cage, John 1987m. [Untitled] [in English with parallel German trans.]. In John 1987EUROPERAS, unpag.

 

Cage, John 1987n. [Untitled], included in “Voor Carter, Cage en Nancarrow.” In Van en voor Nancarrow, Carter, Cage, Crawford (program June 27). Ed. by Music Research Center, De IJsbreker and Holland Festival. Amsterdam: Holland Festival, 13.

 

Cage, John 1987o. “What You Say….” Formations 4, no. 1 (Spring-Summer), 52-67; repr. in Foirades/Fizzles: Echo and Allusion in the Art of Jasper Johns [exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with the exhibition held at the Wight Art Gallery, University of California, Los Angeles, September 20-November 15, 1987]. Los Angeles: Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts, Wight Art Gallery, University of California, 1987, 16-29; repr. included in Cage 1990h, 267-277.

 

Cage, John 1987-1988a. “‘Les chants de Maldoror’ pulvérisés par l’assistence mźme.” in Charles 1987-1988, 319.

 

Cage, John 1987-1988b. “Europeras 1 et 2.” Trans. Daniel Charles. In Charles 1987-1988, 187-189.

 

Cage, John 1987-1988c. “I See a Boy.” In Charles 1987-1988, 73.

 

Cage, John 1987-1988d. “Lettre ą Scott Kenney.” Trans. Carol Richards. In Charles 1987-1988, 262-263.

 

Cage, John 1987-1988f. “Run Little Girl.” In Charles 1987-1988, 72.

 

Cage, John 1988a. “Furniture Music.” Ballade [Oslo] 12, no. 2-3 (1988), 123-124.

 

Cage, John 1988X. [Untitled]. In 19th Suntory Music Award Commemorative Concert 1988: Hiroyuki Iwaki [program], 14.

 

Cage, John 1988b. “Repertoire.” In The Boston Musica Viva at Twenty. Boston: Boston Musica Viva, [1], 26.

 

Cage, John 1988R. “Ryoanji.” In Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival. Ed. by Tim Sledge and Richard Steinitz [program brochure, November 18-27]. Huddersfield: Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, 15.

 

Cage, John 1988c. “Tokyo Lecture and Three Mesostics.” Perspectives of New Music 26, no. 1 (Winter), 6-25; repr. in Cage 1993d, 177-194; repr. in Perspectives on Musical Aesthetics. Ed. by John Rahn. New York: Norton, 1994, 152-157; Hungarian (without the poems) as “A tokiói előadás.” Trans. Kata Weber. Jelenkor no. 3 (1994), 253-257; repr. as “Ji King (Tokiói előadás).” In Cage 1994a, 192-196.

 

Cage, John 1988d. [Untitled], included in Cage 1988c, 16-17.

 

Cage, John 1988e. [Untitled]. In Eleven Paintings by Dorothea Tanning: Introduction by Pontus Hulten; with Mesostics by John Cage; 18 May through 18 June 1988. New York: Kent, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24.

 

Cage, John 1988f. [Untitled]. Life [New York] new series 11, no. 14 (December), 83; repr. in The Meaning of Life: Reflections in Words and Pictures on Why We Are Here. Ed. by David Friend et al. Boston, Massachusetts [etc.]: Little, Brown, and Co., 1991, 211.

 

Cage, John 1988-1989. [Untitled] (program note on 1O1, taken from individual parts of the composition). In Boston Symphony Orchestra Program Book [108th Season, 1988-1989, Week 22, Thursday, April 6, 1989]. Boston: Boston Symphony Orchestra, 27; repr. in Cage 1993d, 197-199.

 

Cage, John 1989a. “!” In Gerd Zacher zum 60. Geburtstag: 6. Juli 1989. Essen-Rellinghausen: Evangelische Kirche, 13.

 

Cage, John 1989b. “Anarchy.” In Fleming and Duckworth 1989, 119-208; excerpt repr. in Ferguson and Schottlaender 1993; repr. as Anarchy. Middletown, Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press, 2001 (Brooks, W. 2003).

 

Cage, John 1989c. “By way of an Introduction.” In Satie 1989, 9-10; Dutch as “Bij wijze van inleiding.” In Satie 1989/1992, 9-10.

 

Cage, John 1989d. “Centering.” Santa Monica Review 2, no. 1 (Fall), 58-61.

 

Cage, John 1989e. “Introduction.” In Sanderson and Macdonald 1989, xi-xii; repr. as “Marshall McLuhan.” In Cage 1993d, 227-228.

 

Cage, John 1989f. “The Meadows Award 1989.” In Algur M. Meadows Award for Excellence in the Arts: Presentation to Robert Rauschenberg, November 5, 1989, Caruth Auditorium, Meadows School of the Arts, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas [program]. Dallas, Texas: Southern Methodist University, 11.

 

Cage, John 1989g. “Painting Relates to Any Moment.” Talisman [Hoboken, New Jersey] no. 3 (Fall), 10-15.

 

Cage, John 1989PREF. “Prefazione [in English and Italian].” In Guido Facchin, Le percussioni. Ed. by Giovanni Gioanola. Torino: Edizioni di Torino; Societą Italiana di Musicologia, xi-xiii (Biblioteca di cultura musicale; I manuali EDT/SIdM); included in Cage 1991b.

 

Cage, John 1989h. “Der Preis für den Preis.” MusikTexte no. 32 (December), 61.

 

Cage, John 1989j. “Sports.” New Observations no. 66 (April), 2-7.

 

Cage, John 1989k. “Stufen: An Autoku for Siegfried Unseld.” In Siegfried Unselds Geburtstag am 28. September 1989, comp. by Wolfgang Schneider. [Frankfurt am Main]: privately printed, 12-36.

 

Cage, John 1989UNTITLEDCOMM. [Untitled] (commentary on the art of Fanny Schoening). In Fanny Schoening: Papierlandschaften = Paperlandscapes = Papierpaysages 1983-1989 [exhibition catalogue, June 2-30, 1989]. Köln: Galerie Schüppenhauer, 1989, 18.

 

Cage, John 1989l. [Untitled] [mesostic on the name of Andy Warhol]. In Andy Warhol: A Retrospective. Ed. by Kynaston McShine. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 427 .

 

Cage, John 1989m. [Untitled] [mesostic on ‘De Kooning’]. Art Journal 48, no. 3 (Fall), 228.

 

Cage, John 1989n. [Untitled]. On back cover of Jackson Mac Low, Words nd Ends from Ez. Bolinas, California: Avenue B.

 

Cage, John 1990a. “Congratulations and Love.” In Grünzweig, Schröder, and Supper 1990, 5.

 

Cage, John 1990b. “Für Luigi Nono [in English].” MusikTexte no. 35 (July), 44.

 

Cage, John 1990c. Mirage verbal: Writings through Marcel Duchamp, Notes. PlombiŹres-les-Dijon: Ulysse, fin de siŹcle (Cahier Ulysse, fin de siŹcle; 25).

 

Cage, John 1990d. “Mirage verbal: Writings through Marcel Duchamp, Notes.” In Cage 1990c, 13-47.

 

Cage, John 1990e. “Mirakus2.” In Cage 1990c, 49-62.

 

Cage, John 1990f. I-VI: MethodStructureIntentionDisciplineNotationIndeterminacy- InterpenetrationImitationDevotionCircumstancesVariableStructureNonunderstanding- ContingencyInconsistencyPerformance. Cambridge, Massachusetts [etc.]: Harvard University Press (Charles Eliot Norton Lectures; 1988-1989); repr. Hanover, New Hampshire: University Press of New England, 1997 (reviews: Baker, K. 1990; Chernilla 1991; Ekbom 1990; Gann 1990b; Gray, L. 1990; Griffiths 1990; Herwitz 1991; Hitchcock 1990; Hodges 1992; Kaaij 1991; Kostelanetz 1990c; Leonard 1990-1991; Lipkis 1990; Pasler 1990-1991; Perloff, M. 1990-1991; Revill 1990; Rich 1990; Roca 1990; Rockwell 1990; Rothstein 1990; Scholz 1992; Schwartz, E. 1990; Smoliar 1990; Sweeney Turner 1991; Umbrella 1990; Wians 1990).

 

Cage, John 1990P. Percussion Music: Seattle ’38-NYC ’90.” In Made in America: The Music of William Russell. Program of concert, February 24, 1990. New York: Essential Music, 2.

 

Cage, John 1990g. “Selkus2.” In Cage 1990c, 63-77.

 

Cage, John 1990h. “Time (Three Autokus).” In Metzger, H.-K. and Riehn 1990, 264-304.

 

Cage, John 1990i. [Untitled] [letter, dated 6 May 1990]. Twenty-six: A Journal about Type and Typography from AGFA 1, no. 1, 32.

 

Cage, John 1990U. [Untitled]. Blurb on cover of Sieden 1990.

 

Cage, John 1990j. “Writing through ‘Die Verwandlung I’.” In Metzger, H.-K. and Riehn 1990, 3-4.

 

Cage, John 1991. PROCESS: Mesostics on ‘Samuel Beckett’. In [program Nederlandse Opera. Ed. by Klaus Bertisch].

 

Cage, John 1991a. “Art is Either a Complaint or Do Something Else.” Aerial [Washington, D.C.] no. 6-7 (1991), 1-35; repr. in Cage/Retallack 1996, 3-42.

 

Cage, John 1991AUF. “Auf entgegengesetzten Seiten: An die Orchestermusiker der Zürcher Oper.” MusikTexte no. 40-41 (August), 111.

 

Cage, John 1991b. “An Autobiographical Statement.” Southwest Review 76, no. 1 (Winter), 59-76; repr. in Cage 1993d, 237-247; repr. in Ferguson and Schottlaender 1993; German as “Autobiographische Selbst(er)findung im echolosen Raum: Vorlesung beim ‘Commemorative Lecture Meeting’ (1989).” Trans. Klaus Reichert. Neue Zeitschrift für Musik 152, no. 5 (May 1991), 6-13; abr. repr. as “Vorlesung beim Commemorative Lecture Meeting.” Du [Zürich] no. 5 (May 1991), 18-22; German as “Eine autobiographische Skizze.” In Schädler and Zimmermann 1992b, 23-29; German as “‘From Where’m’Now’: Eine autobiographische Skizze.” Trans. Gisela Gronemeyer. MusikTexte no. 106 (August 2005), 21-26; Hungarian as “Önéletrajzi beszámoló.” In Cage 1994a, 182-191; Spanish as “Una declaración autobiográfica.” Trans. Anamaría Ashwell. Pauta 11, no. 43 (July-September 1992), 5-23.

 

Cage, John 1991c. “A Composer’s Confessions = Bekenntnisse eines Komponisten.” Trans. Gisela Gronemeyer. MusikTexte no. 40-41 (August), 55-68; repr. Musicworks no. 52 (Spring 1992), 6-15; repr. in Cage 1993d, 27-44; Hungarian as “Egy zeneszerző vallomása.” In Cage 1994a, 10-24; Italian as “Confessioni di un compositore.” Trans. Franco Nasi. In Bonomo and Furghieri 1998, 43-58.

 

Cage, John 1991d. “Dickins.” In Innovations 1: Contemporary Literature & the Arts. Ed. by David Detrich. Maple City, Michigan: Innovations Press, 71.

 

Cage, John 1991e. “Einführung.” Trans. Gisela Gronemeyer. Positionen no. 6-7 (1991), 20-23; repr. as “Nichtdualistisches Denken: Einführung” and “Mesosticha.” MusikTexte no. 40-41 (August 1991), 22-27; orig. English text [without introduction] as “Mesostics.” In I. van Emmerik, van Groningen ą Stuling and Selie 1992a, 55-58; repr. [with introduction] as “Mesostics = Mesosticha.” Parallel German trans. of the introduction Heinz-Klaus Metzger. In Ästhetik und Komposition: Zur Aktualität der Darmstädter Ferienkursarbeit. Ed. Internationales Musikinstitut Darmstadt, Gianmario Borio, Ulrich Mosch. Mainz [etc.]: Schott, 1994, 7-13 (Darmstädter Beiträge zur Neuen Musik; 20); repr. (introduction in German only) as “Mesosticha.” Neue Zeitschrift für Musik 155, no. 5 (September 1994), 6-9; Hungarian as “Bevezetés [introduction only].” In Cage 1994a, 197-198 (Hesse 1995).

 

Cage, John 1991f. “Macrobiotic Cooking.” Aerial [Washington, D.C.] no. 6-7 (1991), 131-137; repr. in Ferguson and Schottlaender 1993; repr. in Cage 1993d, 257-265.

 

Cage, John 1991g. “Note-O-Gram.” In Kagel /1991. Ed. by Werner Klüppelholz. Köln: DuMont, 96-97 (DuMont Dokumente); repr. in Mauricio Kagel: Homme: age 60. Ed. by Werner Klüppelholz. Köln: Westdeutscher Rundfunk, 1992, 44-45.

 

Cage, John 1991h. “Stanzas for T. T. [in English with parallel trans. in Japanese].” Polyphone: Biannual Series of Music Criticism [Tokyo] 8, 175-185.

 

Cage, John 1991hX. “theater ist raum-zeit.” Trans. Alexander Schmitz. In Zeit-Räume: Zeiträume-Raumzeiten-Zeitträume. Ed. by Martin Bergelt and Hortensia Völckers. München [etc.]: Carl Hanser, 280-281.

 

Cage, John 1991i. “Unfinished Music.” In Susumu Shôno, Poetics of Listening. CHECK place: CHECK publisher.

 

Cage, John 1991k. [Untitled] (mesostics on Swift), included in Ree 1991.

 

Cage, John 1991l. “Zum Werk von Nam June Paik.” In Stooss and Kellein 1991.

 

Cage, John 1991W. “Writings Through the Essay: On the Duty of Civil Disobedience [excerpt].” New Observations no. 82 (February 15-May 14), 20-21.

 

Cage, John 1992a. “Cinco cartas.” Trans. and ann. Luis Ignacio Helguera. Pauta 11, no. 43 (July-September), 26-30.

 

Cage, John 1992b. “Composition in Retrospect.” Slovak Music 2, 14-27.

 

Cage, John 1992c. “Drehbuchausschnitt aus One11.” In Metzger, H.-K. 1992b, 31-40.

 

Cage, John 1992d. “Erläuterungen zu 103 in den Orchesterstimmen.” In Metzger, H.-K. 1992b, 19-22.

 

Cage, John 1992e. “Muoyce II (Writing through ‘Ulysses’).” In Schädler and Zimmermann 1992b, 151-173.

 

Cage, John 1992f. “One11 und 103.” In Metzger, H.-K. 1992b, 17.

 

Cage, John 1992g. “Overpopulation and Art.” In Cage and Sterneck 1992, 74-93; rev. repr. in Perloff, M. and Junkerman 1994b, 14-38.

 

Cage, John 1992h. [Unidentified essay***]. In Kostelanetz 1992, Merce Cunningham: Dancing in Space and Time.

 

Cage, John 1992i. [Untitled] (mesostic on “Večery novej hudby”). Slovak Music 2, 8.

 

Cage, John 1992j. [Untitled] (mesostic on “Bratislava”). Slovak Music 2, 30.

 

Cage, John 1993a. “Art and Technology.” In Cage 1993d, 111-112.

 

Cage, John 1993b. Composition in Retrospect. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Exact Change (review: Nicholls 1995).

 

Cage, John 1993c. “Foreword.” In Colin C. Sterne, Arnold Schoenberg: The Composer as Numerologist. Lewiston, New York: E. Mellen Press.

 

Cage, John 1993dD. “I’ve never heard any sound that I didn’t enjoy: the only trouble with sounds is the music.” Ed. Gabriele Bonomo. Temporale: Rivista d’arte e di cultura 8, no. 29-30, 12-15; French as Je n’ai jamais écouté aucun son sans l’aimer: Le seul problŹme avec les sons, c’est la musique. Trans. Daniel Charles. La Souterraine: La main courante, 1994 (Collection La main courante; 47); 2nd ed. 1998.

 

Cage, John 1993d. John Cage: Writer: Previously Uncollected Pieces. Selected and introd. Richard Kostelanetz. New York: Limelight (reviews: Higgins 1994; Patterson, D.W. 1997).

 

Cage, John 1993dA. “Letter to Zurich.” In Cage 1993d, 255-256.

 

Cage, John 1993e. “Listening to Music.” In Cage 1993d, 15-19.

 

Cage, John 1993f. “Mesostichon.” MusikTexte no. 49 (May), 47.

 

Cage, John 1993g. “Remarks before a David Tudor Recital.” In Cage 1993d, 71-73.

 

Cage, John 1993h. “Three Asides on the Dance.” In Cage 1993d, 83-85.

 

Cage, John 1993i. “Writing through ‘The Agenbite of Outwit’.” In Ferguson and Schottlaender 1993.

 

Cage, John 1994a. A csend: Válogatott írások. Ed. András Wilheim. Trans. Kata Weber. Pécs: Jelenkor (Ars Longa).

 

Cage, John 1994b. The First Meeting of the Satie Society. New York: Osiris.

 

Cage, John 1994c. “Meister Duchamp or Living on Water [includes facsimile].” In Charles 1994d, 159-161; German as “Meister Duchamp oder Leben auf dem Wasser.” Ibid., 162.

 

Cage, John 1997. “Canada, November 1989, Montreal.” Circuit [Montréal, Québec] 8, no. 2 (1997), 18-19.

 

Cage, John 1998a. Essay. Bremen: Kunsthalle Bremen [exhibition catalogue].

 

Cage, John 1998b. “Mesostico per Demetrio Stratos [in English and Italian. Trans. Gabriele Bonomo].” In Bonomo and Furghieri 1998, 141-143.

 

Cage, John 1998c. “Writings through the Essay: On the Duty of Civil Disobedience.” In Cage 1998a.

 

Cage, John 1999a. Escritos al oído. Ed. by Carmen Pardo Salgado. Murcia: Colegio Oficial de Aparejadores y Arquitectos Técnicos (Colección de Arquilectura; 38).

 

Cage, John 1999b. “Komposition als Prozeß (1958): Drei Studios.” Trans. Heinz-Klaus Metzger, Hans Günter Helms, and Wolf Rosenberg. In Metzger, H.-K. and Riehn 1999, 137-174.

 

Cage, John 2010. Silence: Přednášky a texty. Trans. Jaroslav Šťastný, Radoslav Tejkal and Matěj Kratochvíl. Praha: Tranzit (Navigace; 6).

 

Cage, John 2012*ANNOUNCED. Empty Mind.

Ed. by Marie Luise Knott and Walter Zimmermann. Berlin: Suhrkamp (Bibliothek Suhrkamp; 1472).

 

Cage, John/Acquafredda, Pietro 1978. “Cosa fa stasera John Cage?” Paese Sera [Roma] (July 6).

 

Cage, John/Alcaraz, José Antonio 1976. “Interview with John Cage.” Excelsior/Plural no. 56 (May).

 

Cage, John/Alcaraz, José Antonio s.a. [Interview]. In Hablar de musica: Conversaciones con compositores del continente Americano. México, D.F.: Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Coordinación de Extensión Universitaria (review: Heterofonía 1982).

 

Cage, John/Alcaraz, José Antonio 1991. “John Cage a los 79 aĖos de edad: ‘preferiría que la religión nos ofreciera más el disfrute de la vida que del paraíso’.” Proceso [México] no. 783 (November 4), 58-59.

 

Cage, John/Anonymous 1967. “Questions.” Perspecta [New Haven, Connecticut] no. 11, 65-71; French excerpt as “Extraits d’un échange publié dans Perspects [sic], revue des étudiants en architecture de Yale (1966).” In Cage 1983c, 81-87.

 

Cage, John/Anonymous 1969. “Interview med John Cage.” A + B: Arkitektur og Billedkunst [KŅbenhavn], 32-33.

 

Cage, John/Anonymous 1970a. “Interview.” Coast FM & Fine Arts (March), 25-31.

 

Cage, John/Anonymous 1970b. John Cage. Stuttgart: Reflection Press.

 

Cage, John/Anonymous 1972. “John Cage: Intrapresa & caos.” King Kong International [Milano] 1, no. 1 (January), 3-4.

 

Cage, John/Anonymous 1973. “Long Birthday.” New Yorker (February 24), 32.

 

Cage, John/Anonymous 1974. “Život koji postaje umjetnost: Interview s Johnem Cageom.” Prolog 6, 129-138 (review: Nest’ev 1973).

 

Cage, John/Anonymous 1975. “Empty Words: John Cage Talks Back.” Loka: a Journal from Naropa Institute [Garden City, New York] no. 1 (1975), 96-97; repr. included in Cage 1978b, 217-220; German trans. Zweitschrift [Gießen] no. 2 (September 1976), 29-30; repr. Feedback Papers no. 15 (January 1978), 1-2; repr. Feedback Papers Reprint no. 1-16 (1980), 383-384.

 

Cage, John/Anonymous 1977. “‘Utilizzando la musica dei treni si possono fare ottimi concerti’.” L’Unitą (December 13).

 

Cage, John/Anonymous 1978. “Cagean Esthetics.” In Kostelanetz 1978c, 290-301.

 

Cage, John/Anonymous 1979. “Kurzinterview mit John Cage.” Neue Hoffnung [Mörfelden-Walldorf] 2, no. 7 (July), 18.

 

Cage, John/Anonymous 1981. “‘Ich bin wie ein Huhn, dem man den Kopf abgeschlagen hat’: EXIT-Interview mit dem Avantgarde-Künstler.” Exit [Mainz] (1981), 47-58.

 

Cage, John/Anonymous 1982. “Composer John Cage interviewed after Manhattan concert.” Christian Science Monitor (May 4), 19.

 

Cage, John/Anonymous 1985. “An Interview with John Cage.” Pratt Journal of Architecture 1 (Fall), 50-53.

 

Cage, John/Anonymous 1987c. “John Cage.” Preface by Laura Kuhn. High Performance [Los Angeles, California] 10, no. 2 <no. 38> (Summer), 20-29.

 

Cage, John/Anonymous 1987d. “John Cage at 75.” Los Angeles Festival Program.

 

Cage, John/Anonymous 1987e. “Wir müssen dankbar sein: Für das Leben und den Tod.” MusikTexte no. 22 (December), 4.

 

Cage, John/Anonymous 1988d. “John Cage: ‘An Ocean of Possibilities’.” MOMA no. 48 (Summer).

 

Cage, John/Anonymous 1988e. “Réponses.” Trans. Claudia Mendez. Hexagrammes [Paris] no. 3, 117-118.

 

Cage, John/Anonymous 1988f. “Work in Progress.” Trans. Claudia Mendez. Hexagrammes [Paris] no. 3, 123-125.

 

Cage, John/Anonymous 1989. “Sports: Mesostics on his name, a translation from the French of Erik Satie’s ‘Sports et divertissements’.” New Observations no. 66 (April), 2-7.

 

Cage, John/Anonymous 1989J. “John Cage on Pedagogy: An Ur-Conversation Produced by Richard Kostelanetz.” Social Anarchism nr. 14 (1989); repr. in Conversing, 239-255; German as “2 + 2 = 5: John Cage über Musikerziehung, Kunst und die Welt.” Trafik 10, nr. 34 (August 1991), 61-80; Spanish as “Conversando con Cage: Pedagogía.” Arte [Valencia] no. 0 (1992).

 

Cage, John/Anonymous 1990. [Untitled], in Cage 1990f, 9-420, passim.

 

Cage, John/Anonymous 1993a. “Correspondence.” Comp. Julie Lazar. Grand Street 12, no. 1 <no. 45> (Fall), 101-131.

 

Cage, John/Anonymous 1993b. “La semplicitą e il caos.” Trans. Caterina Frizgerald. In Brand and Bianchi 1993, 31-38.

 

Cage, John/Anonymous 1991. “Mein Lieblingsgeräusch: Kleine Umfrage unter Prominenten im Musikgeschäft.” In Kuhn, R. and Kreutz 1991, 159.

 

Cage, John/Anonymous 1995. Liner notes for compact disc CRI CD 700. New York: Composers Recordings.

 

Cage, John/Asche, Gerhart 1972. “‘Ich finde die Tragödie schön bescheuert’.” Bremer Nachrichten (May 10). On May 4-9, 1972.

 

Cage, John/Bakewell, Joan 1972. “Music and Mushrooms: John Cage Talks about His Recipes to Joan Bakewell.” The Listener 87, no. 2255 (June 15), 800-802.

 

Cage, John/Barnard, Geoffrey 1980. Conversation without Feldman: A Talk between John Cage & Geoffrey Barnard. Darlinghurst, New South Wales: Black Ram Books; Serbo-Croatian excerpt as “Konverzacija bez Feldmana: Razvogor izmedju Johna Cagea i Geoffreya Barnarda.” In Cage 1981i, 212-218. On December 2, 1977.

 

Cage, John/Beacco, Enzo 1977. “John Cage anti-gabbie.” La Repubblica (December 2), 23.

 

Cage, John/Bell, Eleanor 1967. “Cage Not To Be Sneezed At.” [Cincinnati?] Post (18 January).

 

Cage, John/Bergh, Gerhard van den 1992. “Aleatorisches Interview mit John Cage.” Dissonanz = Dissonance no. 32 (May), 26-28.

 

Cage, John/Berrigan, Ted 1966. “An Interview with John Cage [fictive, but published with Cage’s consent].” Mother [Dallas, Texas] no. 7 (May); repr. in The American Literary Anthology 1: The First Annual Collection of the Best from the Literary Magazines. Ed. by John Hawkes. New York: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 1968. http://epc.buffalo.edu/authors/berrigan/cage.html (accessed September 28, 2010).

 

Cage, John/Birkelund, Olivia and Alex Sichel 1984. “Music Without Bars: An Interview with John Cage.” Issues 15, no. 5 (November), 5-7.

 

Cage, John/Bither, David 1980. “John Cage on Beethoven, Mozart and Bach.” Included in Bither 1980, 54.

 

Cage, John/Bodin, Lars-Gunnar and Bengt Emil Johnson 1965. “Bandintervju med Cage.” Ord och Bild 74, no. 2.

 

Cage, John/Bodin, Lars-Gunnar and Bengt Emil Johnson 1966. “Semikolon; Musical Pleasure.” Dansk Musiktidsskrift 41, no. 2 (1966), 36-43.

 

Cage, John/Boenders, Frans 1980. “Gesprek met John Cage: De cultuur als delta.” In Frans Boenders, Sprekend gedacht. Bussum: Het Wereldvenster, 205-224.

 

Cage, John/Bonami, Francesco 1991. “John Cage: Il significato Ź nel respiro possiamo dire ciė che va detto senza comprenderlo.” Flash Art 24, no. 163 (Summer), 65-69.

 

Cage, John/Bongiorno, Mike 1975. “Il profeta e il burattinaio.” Ed. Carlo Bertocci. Gong no. 10 (October); repr. as “Lascia o raddoppia la sua musica strambissima?” In Mogni 1978, 51-55.

 

Cage, John/Bosseur, Jean-Yves 1971. “Une ouverture sur le théČtre: John Cage.” Le ThéČtre 71, no. 1; repr. as “A Paris, juin 1970.” In Bosseur, J.-Y. 1993, 137-146 (Quillet 1972).

 

Cage, John/Bosseur, Jean-Yves 1973. “John Cage: ‘Il faut forger un nouveau mode de communication orale’.” La Quinzaine Littéraire no. 176 (December 1-15), 31-32; enlarged repr. as “Autour de John Cage.” Les Lettres Nouvelles no. 1 (February-March 1974), 161-176; repr. as “A Paris, janvier 1973 [sic, recte November].” In Bosseur, J.-Y. 1993, 153-160.

 

Cage, John/Bosseur, Jean-Yves 1981. “John Cage: Bruxelles, juin 1979: Entretien avec Jean-Yves Bosseur.” Alternatives ThéČtrales [Bruxelles] no. 6-7 (January), 100-105; repr. as “A Bruxelles, 13 juni 1979.” In Bosseur, J.-Y. 1993, 161-166.

 

Cage, John/Boswinkel, W. 1970. “John Cage, componist en idealist: ‘Leren leven met een muggebeet’.” Algemeen Handelsblad (June 22).

 

Cage, John/Brizzi, Aldo 1985. “Dapprima non era il caso: Intervista a Cage sui suoi anni di apprendistato.” 1985 La Musica [Roma] 1, no. 5 (May), 12-13.

 

Cage, John/Bronzell, Sean and Ann Suchomski 1983. “Inter-view with John Cage.” Catch Magazine [Galesburg, Illinois], 17-25; repr. in Sumner, Burch, and Sumner 1986, 20-27.

 

Cage, John/Brown, Anthony 1974. “An Interview with John Cage.” Asterisk [Ann Arbor, Michigan] 1, no. 1 (December), 26-32.

 

Cage, John/Brunel, Lise 1982. “Avec John Cage.” In Lartigue 1982b, 66-73.

 

Cage, John/Carreton Cano, Vicente 1992. “Entrevista con Cage: Murmullos que anhelan el silencio.” Atlántica [Las Palmas] no. 4.

 

Cage, John/Caux, Daniel 1990. “John Cage en harmonie avec les bruits.” Art Press [Paris] no. 150 (September); repr. as “A Londres, 17 juin 1990.” In Bosseur, J.-Y. 1993, 177-180.

 

Cage, John/Caux, Daniel 1993. “A Paris, 26 janvier 1986.” In Bosseur, J.-Y. 1993, 167-175.

 

Cage, John/Caux, Daniel and Jacqueline Caux 1972. “La Monte Young.” Chroniques de l’Art Vivant [Paris] no. 30 (May), 24-30; repr. as “A Paris, 2 juillet 1970.” In Bosseur, J.-Y. 1993, 147-151.

 

Cage, John/Charles, Daniel 1968. “Soixante réponses ą trente questions de Daniel Charles.” Trans. Patricia Revault d’Allonnes. Revue d’Esthétique 21, no. 2-4 (April-December), 9-21; repr. in Cage/Charles 1976, 9-21; English as “Sixty Answers to Thirty-three Questions from Daniel Charles.” In Cage/Charles 1976/1981, 13-27; German as “Sechzig Antworten auf dreiunddreissig Fragen von Daniel Charles.” In Cage/Charles 1976/1984, 11-25; Italian in Cage/Charles 1976/1977; Japanese in Cage/Charles 1976/1982; Spanish as “Sesenta respuestas a treinta y tres preguntas de Daniel Charles.” In Cage/Charles 1976/1981, 11-25.

 

Cage, John/Charles, Daniel 1976. Pour les oiseaux: Entretiens. Paris: Pierre Belfond (Les bČtisseurs du XXe siŹcle); English excerpt [Title unknown]. Semiotext(e) 3, no. 1 <no. 7> (1978), 24-35; English as For the Birds: John Cage in Conversation with Daniel Charles. Trans. Richard Gardner. Ed. Tom Gora and John Cage. Boston [etc.]: Marion Boyars, 1981; repr. 1982; German as Für die Vögel: Gespräche mit Daniel Charles. Trans. Birger Ollrogge. Berlin: Merve, 1984 (Internationaler Merve-Diskurs; 122); Hungarian (first interview only) as “Beszélgetés John Cage-dzsel.” Trans. Márta Grabócz. Muzsika 29, no. 7 (July 1986), 12-17; Italian as Per gli uccelli: Conversazioni con Daniel Charles. Trans. Walter Marchetti. Milano: Multhipla, 1977; Japanese as Jon Keiji and Danieru Sharuru, Kotoritachi no tame ni. Trans. Mami Aoyama. Tōkyō: Seidosha, 1982; Spanish as Para los pájaros: Conversaciones con Daniel Charles. Trans. Luis Justo. Caracas: Monte Avila, 1981 (Colección Documentos) (reviews: Āstrand 1977-1978; Bosseur, J.-Y. 1977; Dickinson 1982; Gablik 1983; Harmonie 1977; Henahan 1981; Keyboard 1982; Martin, V. 1981; Mila 1978; Publishers Weekly 1981; Rapoport 1982; Rothstein 1981b; Routh 1981; Sala 1978; Sandow 1981-1982; Washington Post 1981; Whittall 1982).

 

Cage, John/Commanday, Robert 1968. “Composing with the Camera.” San Francisco Chronicle (November 10), This World.

 

Cage, John/Conforti, Mario and Veniero Rizzardi 1991. “Cage il guru.” Il Giornale della Musica 7, no. 59 (March), 16-17.

 

Cage, John/Cope, David H. 1980. “An Interview with John Cage.” The Composer 10-11, no. 1, 6-22.

 

Cage, John/Corber, Mitch and Arleen Schloss 1990. “Interview with John Cage.” Pitch [New York] 1, no. 4 (Spring), 10-15.

 

Cage, John/Corbett, John ca. 1992-1994. “The Conversation Game: John Cage.” New Art Examiner (between 1992-1994); repr. in Corbett 1994, 181-191.

 

Cage, John/Cordier, Robert 1973. “Etcetera pour Un jour ou deux.” Had [Paris].

 

Cage, John/Daney, Serge and Fargier, Jean-Paul 1982. “John Cage: Concerto pour radio, télévision et orchestre.” Trans. Serge Daney. Cahiers du cinéma no. 334-335 (April), v-vi.

 

Cage, John/Darter, Tom 1982. “John Cage.” Keyboard 8, no. 9 (September), 18-22, 26-29; repr. Gaudeamus Informatie no. 183 (December 1982), 8-10 and no. 184 (January 1983), 8-11 (Krueger, Blumenfeld, and Hannigan 1982).

 

Cage, John/De Laiglesia, Juan Carlos 1984. “John Cage: El espectador como artista.” Diario 16 no. 175 (May 6), Disidencias.

 

Cage, John/De Vree, Freddy 1980. “John Cage veroorzaakt enthousiasme en ontgoocheling.” NRC Handelsblad (August 16), 6.

 

Cage, John/Degli Esposti, Gianluigi 1977. “La vita Ź suono.” Il Resto del Carlino (December 3), 4.

 

Cage, John/Diliberto, John 1988. “Conversations with Cage.” Electronic Musician [Nashville, Tennessee] 4, no. 3 (March); repr. Electronic Musician [Emeryville, California] (January 17, 2005) http://emusician.com/mag/Conversations_With_Cage/ (accessed September 5, 2010); German as “Gespräche mit Cage.” Keyboards [Ulm] no. 7 (July 1988), 16-24 (Krause 1988).

 

Cage, John/Du Vignal, Philippe 1972-1973. “Le repas vietnamien de M. Cage.” Art Press [Paris] no. 1 (December-January), 24.

 

Cage, John/Duckworth, William 1989. “Anything I Say Will Be Misunderstood: An Interview with John Cage.” In Fleming and Duckworth 1989, 15-33; repr. as “John Cage.” In Duckworth 1999, 3-28; Italian as “Conversazione con William Duckworth: Tutto quello che dico verrą frainteso.” Trans. Andrea Cortellessa. In Bonomo and Furghieri 1998, 216-232.

 

Cage, John/Dufallo, Richard 1989. “John Cage.” In Dufallo 1989, 221-233.

 

Cage, John/Dumm, Robert 1962. “Piano Hammers and Silence.” The Music Magazine 165 (July), 17-18.

 

Cage, John/Emmerik, Paul van 1991. “‘Ich habe das Gefühl, ständig zuzuhören’.” MusikTexte no. 40-41 (August), 75-83; corrections as “Schwere Fehler.” MusikTexte no. 42 (November), 68.

 

Cage, John/Feldman, Morton 1992. “‘… tief in Gedanken’: Radiogespräch vom 9. Juli 1966.” Trans. Gisela Gronemeyer. MusikTexte no. 45 (July), 15-19.

 

Cage, John/Feldman, Morton 1993. Radio Happenings I-V, trans. Gisela Gronemeyer. Köln: MusikTexte (Edition MusikTexte; 1) (Gerlich 1994; Hodges 1994; Sanio 1994b).

 

Cage, John/Feldman, Morton, Bunita Marcus and Francesco Pellizzi 1983. “Conversation with Morton Feldman (Bunita Marcus and Francesco Pellizzi).” Res [Cambridge, Massachusetts] no. 6 (Fall), 112-135; German excerpt as “Conversation with Morton Feldman, John Cage: Nov. 19/83: Ein Gespräch zwischen John Cage, Morton Feldman, Francesco Pellizzi und Bunita Marcus.” Trans. Gisela Gronemeyer. MusikTexte no. 5 (July 1984), 21-27; Italian as “Conversazione con Morton Feldman (Bunita Marcus e Francesco Pellizzi).” Trans. Franco Nasi. In Bonomo and Furghieri 1998, 188-215.

 

Cage, John/Filliou, Robert 1970. “John Cage [in German trans. with orig. English text].” In Filliou 1970, 105-111 and 113-118.

 

Cage, John/Finegan, Don, Ralph Koppel, and Ralph Haskell 1969a. “Choosing Abundance.” North American Review [Boston, Massachusetts] 6 <254, no. 3> (Fall), 9-17; French excerpt as “Choisir l’abondance.” In Cage 1983c, 105-109.

 

Cage, John/Finegan, Don, Ralph Koppel, and Ralph Haskell 1969b. “Things to Do.” North American Review [Boston, Massachusetts] 6 <254, no. 4> (Winter), 12-16.

 

Cage, John/Flamm, Matthew 1992. “And Zen I Wrote...” New York Post (9 July), 21.

 

Cage, John/Fletcher, Laura and Thomas Moore 1983. “An Interview with John Cage.” Sonus 3, no. 2 (Spring), 16-23.

 

Cage, John/Ford, Andrew 1993. “Illegal Harmony.” In Ford, A. 1993, 172-184.

 

Cage, John, Foss, Lukas and Iannis Xenakis 1970. “Short Answers to Difficult Questions.” The Composer 2, no. 2, 39-42.

 

Cage, John/Fousnaquer, Jacques-Emmanuel 1990. “L’opéra en cage.” L’Humanité [Paris] (July 4).

 

Cage, John/Freedman, Guy 1976. “An Hour & 4'30" with John Cage: Interview.” Music Journal 34, no. 10 (December), 6-8, 10. Review: Gefen 1977.

 

Cage, John/Frey, T. 1985. “Was ist wirkliche Kunst?” Du [Zürich] no. 7, 80-83.

 

Cage, John/Fuhrmann, Wolfgang 1991. “Anwalt der mißhandelten Dinge.” Der Standard (June 5), 11.

 

Cage, John/Furlong, William 1983?. [CHECK title], Audio arts (1983?).

 

Cage, John/Furman, Maureen and Sherman Goldman 1979. “Zen Composition: An Interview with John Cage.” East West Journal 9, no. 5 (May), 42-46.

 

Cage, John/Gagne, Cole and Tracy Caras 1976. “An Interview with John Cage.” New York Arts Journal 1, no. 1 (May).

 

Cage, John/Gagne, Cole and Tracy Caras 1982. “John Cage.” In Cole Gagne and Tracy Caras, Soundpieces: Interviews with American Composers. Metuchen, New Jersey [etc.]: Scarecrow Press, 69-86.

 

Cage, John/Gena, Peter 1982. “After Antiquity: John Cage in Conversation with Peter Gena.” In Mayor Byrne’s New Music America ’82, July 5-11. Chicago: CHECK publisher, 7, 9-16; repr. in Gena and Brent 1982, 167-183; Danish (trans. Svend Ravnkilde), Dansk Musiktidsskrift 57, no. 2 (1982-1983), 56-63, 65-66.

 

Cage, John/Giannď, Emanuelita and Lieselotte Longato 1980. “L’eresia musicale.” Spirali [Milano] 3, no.11 <no. 25> (December), 9-10.

 

Cage, John/Gibson, Anne 1989. “CBC Interview re Bach.” In Smith, S. S. and DeLio 1989, 55-71; repr. in catalogue Wiener Klassik [1991]; repr. in Cage 1993d, 267-281.

 

Cage, John/Gillmor, Alan 1976. “Interview with John Cage.” Contact no. 14 (Fall), 18-25; Swedish as “Intervju med John Cage.” Nutida Musik 21, no. 1 (1977-1978), 13-16.

 

Cage, John/Gingras, Claude 1961. “2e concert de musique actuelle et conversation avec John Cage.” La Presse [Montréal] (August 5), 13.

 

Cage, John/Gligo, Nikša 1973. “Ich traf John Cage in Bremen.” Trans. Ken W. Bartlett. Melos 40, 23-29 (Nest’yev 1973).

 

Cage, John/Goldberg, Jeff 1974. “John Cage Interview: Cage on Everything.” SoHo Weekly News [New York] 1 (September 12), 14.

 

Cage, John/Goldberg, Jeff 1976. “John Cage: Interviewed by Jeff Goldberg.” Transatlantic Review [London and New York] no. 55-56 (May), 103-110.

 

Cage, John/Gonzalez, Juan Carlos 1992. “Conversation with John Cage.” In Gonzalez 1992, 72-79.

 

Cage, John/Gresham, Mark 1991. “When More Than One Voice Sings: A Conversation with John Cage.” Chorus! [Duluth, Georgia] 3, no. 9 (September), 3-5.

 

Cage, John/Grimes, Ev 1986. “Conversations with American Composers: John Cage.” Music Educators Journal 73 (November), 47-49+.

 

Cage, John/Haddad, Yoktan 1990. “An Afternoon with Cage.” Aphorism [Middletown, Connecticut] (Winter), 8-10, 21.

 

Cage, John/Hamel, Peter Michael 1988. “Peter Michael Hamel im Gespräch mit John Cage.” Musica [Kassel] 42 (1988), 268-270.

 

Cage, John/Harrison, Joshua 1980. “John Cage: Interview.” Community Arts Newsletter [San Diego, California] 2, no. 2 (February), 1, 6.

 

Cage, John/Hayman, R(ichard) I. P. 1980. “Correspondence with John Cage.” Ear [New York] 6, no. 1 (November-December), 8.

 

Cage, John/Helms, Hans G(ünter) 1972. “Conversations with John Cage - Christian Wolff [in English with German trans.? CHECK].” Liner notes for phonodiscs EMI 1 C 165-28954-57 Y. Köln: EMI Electrola; enlarged repr. as “John Cage: Gedanken eines progressiven Musikers über die beschädigte Gesellschaft [in English].” Protokolle [Wien] 73, no. 1 (January 30, 1974), 70-93; repr. in Metzger, H.-K. and Riehn 1978b, 18-40; repr. as “John Cage: Reflections of a Progressive Composer on a Damaged Society.” Trans. Ian Pepper. October [Cambridge, Massachusetts] no. 82 (Fall 1997), 77-93; French excerpt as “Enfin, Cage vint.” Trans. BenoĒt Lapouge. La Quinzaine Littéraire no. 284 (August 1978), 12-13 (complete text published as a recording).

 

Cage, John/Hensel, Bert 1990. “Wer, wann, was.” Darmstädter Echo (26 July), 10.

 

Cage, John/Hersh, Paul S. 1977. “An Interview with John Cage.” Centerstage [Santa Cruz, California] 1, no. 5 (September), 11-13.

 

Cage, John/Hertelendy, Paul 1982. “John Cage rolls dice at Cabrillo Music Festival.” San Jose Mercury News (August 19).

 

Cage, John/Hiu, Pay-uun 1988. “Ik word ziek van unisono boem.” Volkskrant (June 24), Kunst en cultuur, 7.

 

Cage, John/Holmes, Thom 1981. “The Cage Interview.” Recordings 3, no. 3, 2-5.

 

Cage, John/Hotta, Yoshie 1962. “Zen’ei geijutsu wa doko e iku.” Asahi Jānaru [Tōkyō] (October 14).

 

Cage, John/Hw 1983. “Maestro knobelt die Noten aus.” Express [Köln] (May 17).

 

Cage, John/Iimura, Takahiko 1985. “Jon Keiji to no kaiwa.” Gendai Shi Techō [Tōkyō] 28, no. 5 (April), 221-229.

 

Cage, John/Isenberg, Barbara 1993. “Becoming John Cage.” Los Angeles Times (September 5), Calendar, 4, 89.

 

Cage, John/Job, Pierre 1978. “Interview aléatoire et dérisoire de John  Cage.” Libération (May 18), 17.

 

Cage, John/Jotterand, Franck 1971. “Leben ist Theater.” Die Weltwoche (January 22), 31.

 

Cage, John/Jouffroy, Alain and Robert Cordier 1974. “Entendre John Cage, entendre Duchamp.” Opus International [Paris] no. 49 (March), 58-67; German excerpts included in “A propos Marcel Duchamp: Aus der Sicht von 17 Künstlern.” Trans. Caroline Nathusius-Priebe and Friedemann Malsch. In Fischer and Daniels 1988, 282.

 

Cage, John/Kaczyńsky, Tadeusz 1963. “Wywiad z Johnem Cagem.” Ruch Muzyczny [Kraków] 7, no. 13 (July 1-15), 17.

 

Cage, John/Kirby, Michael and Richard Schechner 1965. “An Interview with John Cage.” Drama Review 10, no. 2 (Winter), 50-72; repr. in Sandford 1995, 51-71; Dutch as “Een interview met John Cage.” Barbarber [Amsterdam] no. 51 (March 1967), 1-24; partial French trans. as “John Cage converse.” Identités no. 13-14 (Winter-Spring 1966); repr. as “La salive.” Le théČtre no. 1 (1968), 205-215; Italian as “Conversazione con Michael Kirby e Richard Schechner.” Trans. Elena Baruchello. In Bonomo and Furghieri 1998, 171-187 (Anderson, Jack 1966; Rockwood 1966).

 

Cage, John/Kostelanetz, Richard 1968. “‘We Don’t Any Longer Know Who I Was’.” New York Times (March 17), section 2, D9; enl. repr. as “John Cage.” In Kostelanetz 1968b, 50-63.

 

Cage, John/Kostelanetz, Richard 1970. “Conversation with John Cage.” In Kostelanetz 1970d, 6-35; French exc. as “Entretiens avec Richard Kostelanetz (1966).” In Cage 1983c, 18-21, 38-43, 60-65; German as “Gespräch mit John Cage.” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 27-65; Italian as “Conversazione con John Cage.” Trans. Giordano Falzoni. Lo Spettatore Musicale no. 3 (May-June 1971), 2-19; Spanish as “Entrevista a John Cage.” In Kostelanetz 1973, 11-64; excerpts repr. as “Conversación con John Cage.” Figura [Sevilla] no. 2 (Summer 1984), 6-7.

 

Cage, John/Kostelanetz, Richard 1980. “John Cage.” New York Arts Journal; repr. in Kostelanetz 1981a, 247-273; repr. as “Empty Words.” In Kostelanetz 1996f, 115-132; repr. as “Conversation about Empty Words.” In Kostelanetz 1997g, 136-157; German as “John Cage.” In Kostelanetz 1983, 53-86.

 

Cage, John/Kostelanetz, Richard 1982. “Talking about ‘Writings through Finnegans Wake’.” Triquarterly [Evanston, Illinois] no. 54 (Spring), 208-216; repr. in Gena and Brent 1982, 142-150; German as “Gespräch über ‘Writings through Finnegans Wake’.” In Kostelanetz 1983, 87-102; repr. in Kostelanetz 1989e, 273-281; repr. in Kostelanetz 1997g, 162-172.

 

Cage, John/Kostelanetz, Richard 1986. “A Conversation about Radio.” Musical Quarterly 72, no. 2 (1986), 216-227; repr. as “A Conversation about Radio in Twelve Parts.” In Fleming and Duckworth 1989, 270-302; repr. in Kostelanetz 1997g, 193-226; excerpt repr. as “A Conversation about Early Works for Radio and Tape.” In Kostelanetz 1996f, 58-78.

 

Cage, John/Kostelanetz, Richard 1990-1991. [Untitled]. In William Anastasi, Dove Bradshaw, John Cage, Tom Marioni, Robert Rauschenberg, Mark Tobey [exhibition catalog, December 8, 1990-January 19, 1991]. New York: Sandra Gering Gallery, [5]-[8]; repr. as Non-Intention in Visual Art.” In Kostelanetz 1997g, 234-237.

 

Cage, John/Kozinn, Allan 1992. “A Musical Anarchist (or Liberator) Turns 80.” New York Times (July 2), B3.

 

Cage, John/Kraglund, John 1982. “John Cage: Musical Pioneer Ready for Roaratorio.” Globe and Mail (January 29), 15.

 

Cage, John/Kumpf, Hans 1975. “Werkstattgespräch mit John Cage.” Included in Kumpf 1975, 8-9; repr. included in Kumpf 1975/1976, 91-93; repr. included in Kumpf 1975/1981, 91-93.

 

Cage, John/Kurtz, Bruce 1983. “Otsego Sounds Good to ‘Controversial’ Composer.” Freeman’s Journal (August 31), 7.

 

Cage, John/Kvaal, Steven A. 1985. “Interview.” City Pages (October 23).

 

Cage, John/Lange, Art 1978. “Interview with John Cage 10/4/77.” Brilliant Corners no. 8 (Winter).

 

Cage, John/Lanza, Alcides 1971. “ … We Need a Good Deal of Silence …” Revista de Letras [Mayagüez] 3, no. 11 (September), 319-332.

 

Cage, John/Lartigue, Pierre 1978. “Le printemps de Cage.” L’Humanité [Paris] (May 24).

 

Cage, John/Lebeer, Irmeline 1995. “La vie peut źtre tellement excellente: Entretien avec John Cage.” Cahiers du Musée National d’Art Moderne no. 52 (Summer), 115-135.

 

Cage, John/Lee, Ton van der 1988. “John Cage, die zoiets als ‘stilte’ voorkeur en afkeer, … .” Oor [Amsterdam] no. 12 (June 18), 16-19.

 

Cage, John/Littler, William 1982. “Music’s First Liberator of Noise Hits 70, Still Excited by Random Din.” Toronto Star (January 27), B1, B4.

 

Cage, John/Lohner, Henning 1989. “John Cage ‘22708 Types’.” Interface 18, 243-256.

 

Cage, John/Low, Lisa 1985. “Free Association.” Boston Review (July).

 

Cage, John/Macadams, Lewis 1987. “Composer John Cage’s Chance Encounter with the Big Mind.” L.A. Weekly (August 28-September 3), 46-47, 49.

 

Cage, John/Malina, János 1986. “Beszélgetés John Cage amerikai zeneszerzővel.” Magyar Hírlap (August 8); extended English version as “An Interview with John Cage.” New Hungarian Quarterly 28, no. 105 (Spring 1987), 214-217.

 

Cage, John/Mallofré, Albert 1991. “‘La clave está en una tecnología al servicio del hombre’.” La Vanguardia [Barcelona] (January 17), 47.

 

Cage, John/Martinengo, Luciano 1978. “(La ricetta del) pane quotidiano.” In Mogni 1978, 13-49.

 

Cage, John/Martino, Daniele A. and Gianfranco Vinay 1987. “Cage, inventore perpetuo.” Il Giornale della Musica 3, no. 20 (September), 2.

 

Cage, John/Masson, Georges 1981. “John Cage: ‘Les épines du cactus produisent de la musique comme un piano!’.” Le Républicain Lorrain (November 18), Grande Région, p. B.

 

Cage, John/Mattioni, Gloria 1979. “Intervista con John Cage.” Almanacco Musica [Milano] 1, no. 2, 34-35.

 

Cage, John/Mazo, Joseph H. 1983. “John Cage Quietly Speaks His Piece.” Bergen Sunday Record (March 13).

 

Cage, John/McElhearn, Kirk 1988. “‘Lettre’ aux inconnus.” Trans. Claudia Mendez. Hexagrammes [Paris] no. 3, 119-122.

 

Cage, John/McEvilley, Thomas 1992. “In the Form of a Thistle: A Conversation between John Cage and Thomas McEvilley.” Artforum 31, no. 2 (October), 97-101.

 

Cage, John/McEvilley, Thomas 2003. [Conversation about Dove Bradshaw’s work]. In McEvilley 2003.

 

Cage, John/McGuire, Eddie and Stephen Arnold 1985. “John Cage in Conversation.” Cencrastus [Edinburgh] no. 21 (Summer), 5-9.

 

Cage, John/McLane, John 1980. “Interview with John Cage.” Washington Post (September 18).

 

Cage, John/Metzger, Heinz-Klaus 1987. “John Cage.” Die Opernzeitung Frankfurt no. 1-2 (October-November), 11.

 

Cage, John/Metzger, Heinz-Klaus and Rainer Riehn 1987a. [CHECK title], [9], [11], [12], [13], [17], [19]; repr. as “Fragen – Antworten.” In Metzger, H.-K. and Riehn 1990, 132-137.

 

Cage, John/Metzger, Heinz-Klaus and Rainer Riehn 1987b. “Zu Europeras 1 & 2.” Die Opernzeitung Frankfurt no. 3 (December), 3-5.

 

Cage, John/Meyer, Peter R. 1992. “Med öppet sinne för nya upptäckter.” Svenska Dagbladet (January 14); repr. as “John Cage.” In Peter R. Meyer, Ljudkonst: En bok om radion som skapande medium. Stockholm: Proprius, 103-108.

 

Cage, John/Meyer, Thomas 1991. “Über Joyce mit uns selber kommunizieren: John Cage in Zürich in Gespräch.” MusikTexte no. 40-41 (August), 112-113.

 

Cage, John/Meyer, Thomas 1992. “Der Komponist John Cage in Gespräch mit Thomas Meyer.” Die Bühne [Wien] (September), 65-68.

 

Cage, John/Mimaroğlu, Ilhan 1965. “John Cage ile.” Varlűk [Istanbul] (July 15); Italian (slightly abbreviated) as “John Cage.” Discoteca alta fedeltą [Milano] (November 1965), 29-30.

 

Cage, John/Mo, Ettore 1977. “E adesso Cage suonerą con un treno.” Corriere della Sera (December 2), 3.

 

Cage, John/Montague, Stephen 1982a. “Cage Interview.” Contact no. 25 (Fall), 30.

 

Cage, John/Montague, Stephen 1982b. “Significant Silences of a Musical Anarchist.” Classical Music (May 22), 11.

 

Cage, John/Montague, Stephen 1983. “El compositor a los setenta.” Trans. José Rafael Calva. Pauta 2, no. 5 (January-March 1983), 40-51; original English as “John Cage at Seventy: An Interview.” American Music 3, no. 2 (Summer 1985), 205-216.

 

Cage, John/Morera, Daniela 1976. “John Cage: I souni della vita.” Vogue L’Uomo [Milano] no. 45 (March), [140]-[143]; English as “John Cage: The Sounds of Life.” Ibid., insert.

 

Cage, John/Mottram, Eric 1974. [Interview]. Spanner 1 (1974).

 

Cage, John/Moulis, Michel 1982. “Comme un oracle…” Les Nouvelles d’Orléans (October 29), 29.

 

Cage, John/Murphy, Jay 1985. “Red Bass Interview: John Cage: The Gospel According to John Cage.” Red Bass [Tallahassee, Florida] no. 8-9 (August), 7.

 

Cage, John/Nellhaus, Arlynn 1968. “‘New’ Music a Wirey Maze.” Denver Post (July 5).

 

Cage, John/Nicholson, George 1997. “‘Cage par lui-mźme’: Entrevue avec John Cage.” Circuit [Montréal, Québec] 8, no. 2 (1997), 7-17.

 

Cage, John/Nieminen, Risto 1983. “John Cage marraskuussa 1982: Taide on itsensä työllistämistä.” Synkooppi [Helsinki] 13, no. 2 (June 15), 54-56.

 

Cage, John/Nocera, Gigliola 1978. “Alla ricerca del silenzio perduto.” Scena [Milano] 3, no. 2 (April), 21-23.

 

Cage, John/Nocera, Gigliola 1988. “Cage, l’esploratore della musica.” La Sicilia (August 13), 3.

 

Cage, John/Norton, Michael 1985. “Starteck: John Cage.” Computing the Magazine [London] (June 6), 25.

 

Cage, John/Nyffeler, Max 1970. “Interview mit John Cage [in English].” Dissonanz: Kritische Zeitschrift für Musik [Zürich] no. 6 (September), 2-7; Italian as “Intervista con John Cage.” Trans. Fulvia Ketoff. Lo spettatore musicale no. 3 (May-June 1971), 19-22.

 

Cage, John/Page, Tim 1981. “Conversation on Nothing.” Zone: A Magazine on Contemporary Arts for the Postliterate Consumer (1981); repr. in Tim Page, Music from the Road: Views and Reviews 1978-1991. New York [etc.]: Oxford University Press, 1992.

 

Cage, John/Page, Tom 1986. “A Conversation with John Cage.” Boulevard 1, no. 3 (Fall), 43-47.

 

Cage, John/Parfitt, Matthew 1982. “The Discipline of Disorder.” Mike [Toronto, Ontario] 36, no. 9 (January 28), 5.

 

Cage, John/Petazzi, Paolo 1977. “‘Ogni suono Ź musica’.” L’Unitą (December 2).

 

Cage, John/Peter, Charlotte 1991. “‘Für Béjart könnte ich nicht komponieren’.” Züri-Woche (June 13).

 

Cage, John/Pinard-Legry, Jean-Luc 1982. “‘Chaque chose est centre de toute la création’.” La Quinzaine Littéraire no. 382 (November 16-30), 5-6.

 

Cage, John/Polakovičová, Viera and Daniel Matej 1992. “Interview with John Cage.” Slovak Music 2, 43-44.

 

Cage, John/Polling, Kees 1987. “John Cage: De ongeremde vernieuwingsdrang van een controversieel componist.” Avenue [Amsterdam] 22, no. 11 (November), 167-170, 172.

 

Cage, John/Postma, Henk 1988. “John Cage waarschuwt Nederlandse muzikant.” Provinciale Zeeuwse Courant (June 24), 20.

 

Cage, John/Rasmussen, Karl Aage 1984-1985. “En samtale med John Cage - maj 1984.” Dansk Musiktidsskrift 59, no. 1, 4-15.

 

Cage, John/Raymond, Silvy Panet and John Roberts 1980. “Some Empty Words with Mr. Cage and Mr. Cunningham.” Performance Magazine [London] no. 7 (August), 4-9. On June 28-July 5, 1980; July 14-18, 1980.

 

Cage, John/Reinert, Detlev 1992. “Schweigen in drei Sätzen.” Süddeutsche Zeitung (August 28), Magazin, 16-19.

 

Cage, John/Retallack, Joan 1991. “Conversation with Joan Retallack.” Aerial [Washington, D.C.] no. 6-7 (1991), 97-130.

 

Cage, John/Retallack, Joan 1996. Musicage: Cage Muses on Words, Art, Music. Ed. by Joan Retallack. Hanover, New Hampshire: University Press of New England (reviews: Davies, S. 1999; Knox 1998; Kostelanetz 1996h; Patterson, D.W. 1997; Shultis 1998a).

 

Cage, John/Reynolds, Roger 1962. “An Interview with John Cage on the Occasion of the Publication of Silence.” Generation [Ann Arbor, Michigan] (January), 39-51; repr. as “Interview with Roger Reynolds.” In Dunn 1962, 45-52; repr. in Contemporary Composers on Contemporary Music. Ed. by Elliott Schwartz and Barney Childs. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1967, 336-348; expanded ed. New York: Da Capo Press, 1988, 336-348; French as “Entretien (1961).” Trans. Madeleine Chantoiseau. In Charles 1987-1988, 393-401; German (trans. E. Rahn). In Wolf Vostell, Happenings und Demonstrationen seit 1965. Reinbek: Rowohlt, 1970, 157-164; Italian included in “Conversazioni con Roger Reynolds.” Trans. Elio Grazioli. In Bonomo and Furghieri 1998, 145-156; Swedish as “Ett samtal.” In Cage 1966e, 118-138.

 

Cage, John/Reynolds, Roger 1979. “A Conversation.” Musical Quarterly 65, 573-594; French as “Une conversation (1977).” Trans. Madeleine Chantoiseau. In Charles 1987-1988, 403-413; Italian included in “Conversazioni con Roger Reynolds.” Trans. Elio Grazioli. In Bonomo and Furghieri 1998, 156-170.

 

Cage, John/Rolland, Alain 1981. “Entretien avec John Cage.” Tel Quel no. 90 (Winter), 76-80.

 

Cage, John/Roth, Moira and William Roth 1973. “John Cage on Marcel Duchamp: An Interview.” Art in America 61, no. 6 (November-December), 72-79; repr. (without footnotes) in Masheck 1975, 151-161; German excerpts included in “A propos Marcel Duchamp: Aus der Sicht von 17 Künstlern.” Trans. Caroline Nathusius-Priebe, Friedemann Malsch. In Fischer and Daniels 1988, 277-282.

 

Cage, John/Samama, Leo 1988. “John Cage: Ik maak geen muziek maar geluiden.” NRC Handelsblad (June 23), 6.

 

Cage, John/Sanderson, George and Frank Macdonald 1989. “John Cage [statement].” Included in “A McLuhan Symposium.” In Sanderson and Macdonald 1989, p. 120.

 

Cage, John/Schaak, Martina 1991. “‘Wir leben in einer magischen Welt’.” Musik & Theater 11, no. 6 (June), 10-13, 15.

 

Cage, John/Schaardenburg, Lieneke van 1970. “De belangrijkheid van het weer.” Haagse Post (July 14), 51-53.

 

Cage, John/Schindler, Pauline 1996. “Letters: The Brief Love of John Cage for Pauline Schindler.” Ed. Maureen Mary. Ex Tempore 8, no. 1 (Summer), 1-26.

 

Cage, John/Schloss, Arleen 1990. “Etwas wie das Wetter.” Trans. Elke Schmitter and Christiane Peitz. Die Tageszeitung [Berlin] (June 25), 17.

 

Cage, John/Schmidt, Felix 1988. “‘Ich möchte dort leben, wo es die Neue Musik nicht gibt’.” Die Welt (February 22), 9.

 

Cage, John/Schönberger, Elmer 1978. “‘Ik componeer arme muziek voor arme mensen’: De toevalsmanipulaties van John Cage.” Vrij Nederland (June 3), 17, 19; repr. as “Nonsense and Silence.” In Elmer Schönberger, De wellustige tandarts & andere componisten. Amsterdam: De Bezige Bij, 1985, 132-144.

 

Cage, John/Schöning, Klaus 1982. “Laughtears: Gespräch über ‘Roaratorio’ = Laughtears: conversation on ‘Roaratorio’ [parallel German and English texts; German trans. Klaus Schöning, Christine Hazlehurst and Peter Behrendsen].” In Cage 1982k, 72-114; excerpts (German only) repr. in Bischoff 1991b, 83-87.

 

Cage, John/Schöning, Klaus 1983. [Untitled] (excerpts from different interviews), included in Schöning 1983c, passim.

 

Cage, John/Schöning, Klaus 1984-1985a. “Aus dem Briefwechsel zwischen John Cage und Klaus Schöning zum ‘Alphabet’ (1979/81/82) [in English].” Neuland 5, 374. On James Joyce, Marcel Duchamp, Erik Satie: Ein Alphabet.

 

Cage, John/Schöning, Klaus 1984-1985b. “Gespräch über ‘James Joyce, Marcel Duchamp, Erik Satie: ein Alphabet’.” Neuland 5, 375-381.

 

Cage, John/Sears, David 1981. “Talking with John Cage: The Other Side.” Dance News (March).

 

Cage, John/Serizawa, Takashi, Rumiko Kanesaka, and Michiko Takagishi 1989. “Interview between John Cage and P3.”

 

Cage, John/Shapiro, David [and Cynthia McCabe, Lindsay Stamm Shapiro] 1985. “On Collaboration in Art.” Res [Cambridge, Massachusetts] no. 10 (Fall), 103-116.

 

Cage, John/Shoemaker, Bill 1984. “The Age of Cage.” Down Beat 51, no. 12 (December), 26-29.

 

Cage, John/Shōno, Susumu 1985. “Nyū Yōku no mori no naka de: Keiji to no ni jikan.” Gendai Shi Techō [Tōkyō] 28, no. 5 (April), 277-284, 286-288.

 

Cage, John/Smalley, Roger and David Sylvester 1972. “John Cage talks to Roger Smalley and David Sylvester.” In Music 1972, [7]-[14].

 

Cage, John/Smith, Geoff and Nicola Walker-Smith 1993. “John Cage.” Music Technology (April), 62-64, 66, 68; repr. in Geoff Smith and Nicola Walker Smith, American Originals: Interviews with 25 Contemporary Composers. London [etc.]: Faber and Faber, 1994, 71-84.

 

Cage, John/Smith, Stuart Saunders 1983. “Interview with John Cage.” Percussive Notes 21, no. 3 (March), Research Edition, 3-7.

 

Cage, John/Smith, Stuart Saunders 1992. “Having Words with John Cage.” Percussive Notes 30, no. 3 (February), 48, 50-52.

 

Cage, John/Snyder, Ellsworth J. 1993. “An Interview with John Cage.” In Fluxus: Today and Yesterday. London: Academy Editions (Art & Design Profile; 28 [part of Art & Design 8, no. 1-3]).

 

Cage, John/Sommers, Scott 1986. [Original title unknown]. Public News [Houston, Texas] no. 210 (April 10), 1, 8-9; German as “‘I’d like to be surprised’: John Cage im Gespräch.” Trans. Gisela Gronemeyer. MusikTexte no. 15 (July 1986), 23-26; excerpt repr. as “‘Meine Kunst der Absichtlosigkeit’.” Süddeutsche Zeitung (September 5-6, 1987), 16.

 

Cage, John/Spiegel, Laurie 1989. “Klang und Stille.” MusikTexte no. 31 (October), 63.

 

Cage, John/Stanton, David 1985. “John Cage: A Composer of Personal Vision.” Daily Trojan: Southern California Magazine no. 61 (19 April).

 

Cage, John/Stein, Jean 1982. “John Cage.” In Stein, J. 1982, 235; repr. 1983, 191-192.

 

Cage, John/Sterritt, David 1982. “Composer John Cage, master of notes - and sounds.” Christian Science Monitor (5 April).

 

Cage, John/Sumner, Melody, Kathleen Burch, and Michael Sumner 1986. “Interview with John Cage.” In Sumner, Burch, and Sumner 1986, 15-20.

 

Cage, John/Suzuki, Daisetsu 1962. “Zen’ei geijutsu no hassō to tenkai.” Trans. Toshi Ichiyanagi. Geijutsu Shinchō (November), 106-111.

 

Cage, John/Sweeney-Turner, Steve 1990. “John Cage’s Practical Utopias.” Musical Times 131, 469-472; rev. repr. as “Cage-Interview Nr. 1 = No. 1.” Frankfurter Zeitschrift für Musikwissenschaft 4 (2001), TM 3, 1-19. http://www.fzmw.de/2001/2001T3.htm (accessed March 21, 2008); http://www.fzmw.de/2001/2001T3.pdf (accessed March 21, 2008).

 

Cage, John/Sweeney-Turner, Steve 1991. “John Cage and the Glaswegian Circus: An Interview around Musica Nova 1990.” Tempo no. 177 (June), 2-6, 8; differently ed. as “Cage-Interview Nr. 2 = No. 2.” Frankfurter Zeitschrift für Musikwissenschaft 5, TM 1, 1-12. http://www.fzmw.de/2002/2002T1.htm (accessed March 21, 2008); http://www.fzmw.de/2002/2002T1.pdf (accessed March 21, 2008).

 

Cage, John/Sweeney-Turner, Steve 2003. “Cage-Interview Nr. 3 = No. 3.” Frankfurter Zeitschrift für Musikwissenschaft 6, TM 1, 1-9. http://www.fzmw.de/2003/2003T1.htm (accessed March 21, 2008); http://www.fzmw.de/2003/2003T1.pdf (accessed March 21, 2008).

 

Cage, John/Szántó, Ted 1978. [Untitled] (excerpts from an interview held in Cologne, December 1977). In Benoist 1978, [48], [92].

 

Cage, John/Taguiev, Pierre 1970-1971. “Une interview de John Cage par Pierre Taguiev.” VH 101 [Paris] no. 4 (Winter), 30-33.

 

Cage, John/Takemitsu, Tōru 1982. “Subete no inshū kara nogareru tame ni.” Sōgetsu no. 143 <8> (August); repr. Gendai Shi Techō [Tōkyō] 28, no. 5 (April 1985), 90-97; repr. in Takemitsu Tōru taidanshū. Ed. by Tōru Takemitsu. Tōkyō: TBS Buritanika, 1993.

 

Cage, John/Tarting, Christian and André Jaume 1980. “Entretiens avec John Cage.” Jazz Magazine [Paris] no. 282 (January), 48-51+.

 

Cage, John/Teirstein, Alice 1974. “Dance and Music: Interviews at the Keyboard.” Dance Scope no. 8 (Spring-Summer), 18-31.

 

Cage, John/Terra, Vera 1985. “O profeta do acaso.” Tempos Modernos no. 4 (November), 11.

 

Cage, John/Tiensuu, Jukka 1983. “Cage toi musiikin piirin koko elävän maailman.” Viitasaaren Seutu (June 22), 10-11.

 

Cage, John/Timar, Andrew, Miguel Frasconi, and Vid Ingelevics 1981. “A Conversation with John Cage.” Musicworks no. 17 (Fall), 10-15.

 

Cage, John/Torrealta, Luca and Toni Veritą 1978. “I rumori della revoluzione.” Lotta Continua (August 8); repr. in Mogni 1978, 57-67.

 

Cage, John/Tuomisto, Matti 1983. “John Cage: Musiikki syntyy rakkaudesta ääneen.” Aamulehti (July 30).

 

Cage, John/Varga, Bálint András 1979. [CHECK title]. In Bálint András Varga, Muzsikusportrék. Budapest: Zeneműkiadó.

 

Cage, John/Varga, Bálint András 1993. “Tri otázky J. Cageovi.” Trans. Astrid Rajterová. Slovenská hudba 19, no. 1, 106-122.

 

Cage, John/Vater, Regina 1982. “A contestacčo musical de John Cage.” Interview [Sčo Paulo] no. 49 (May), 40-41.

 

Cage, John/Villa, Massimo 1977. “Cage contro le gabbie.” Il Re Nudo [Milano] (December), 58-61.

 

Cage, John/Volkov [Wolkow], Solomon 1982. “‘Mit Tönen darf alles gemacht werden’.” Die Welt (September 4); differently ed. Dutch as “Gesprek tussen Solomon Volkov (biograaf van Sjostakovitsj) en de componist John Cage.” Vrij Nederland (November 27, 1982), 23.

 

Cage, John/Von Rhein, John 1982. “John Cage Takes a New Music ‘Dip’.” Chicago Tribune (July 4), sec. 6, Arts & Books, p. 5-7.

 

Cage, John/Wallace, Mike 1958. “How’s That Again?” New York Post (June 10), 47.

 

Cage, John/Wentz, Brooke 1983. “John Cage.” Upstart (1983), 48-51, 54.

 

Cage, John/White, Michael John 1982. “King of the Avant-Garde.” Observer (September 26), Colour Supplement, 24-25.

 

Cage, John/White, Robin 1978. “John Cage: Interview by Robin White at Crown Point Press, Oakland, California, 1978.” View [Oakland, California] 1, no. 1 (April), 2-15.

 

Cage, John/Wicke, Peter 1988. “John Cage: Musik als Prozeß.” Positionen no. 2 (1988), 3-6; repr. as “Stille als Klangform des Dunkels.” In Partitur der Träume: Über Musik und Klänge. Ed. by Andrea Hoffmann and Kim Riemann. Tübingen: Konkursbuchverlag Claudia Gehrke, 1990, 182-187 (Konkursbuch; 25).

 

Cage, John/Wijers, Louwrien 1990. “Interview with John Cage.” In Art Meets Science and Spirituality. Ed. by Andreas C. Papadakis. London: Academy Editions, 49-53 (Art & design profile; 21).

 

Cage, John/WikshĆland, StĆle 1984. “Jeg har ikke holdt pĆ noen hemmeligheter: Interview ved StĆle WikshĆland.” Ballade [Oslo] 8, no. 1 (1984), 14-19.

 

Cage, John/Williams, Barry Michael 1993. “The Percussion Music of John Cage, 1935-1943.” Percussive Notes 31, no. 6 (August), 60-67.

 

Cage, John/Wolff, Helen 2005. “‘Es wird niemals Stille geben…’: Ein bisher unveröffentlichter Briefwechsel zwischen Helen Wolff und John Cage.” Trans. Gisela Gronemeyer. MusikTexte no. 106 (August), 47-50.

 

Cage, John/Womack, Bill 1979. “The Music of Contingency: An Interview [introduction Alvin Lucier].” Zero [Los Angeles, California] 3, 66-74.

 

Cage, John/Wördehoff, Thomas 1991. “‘Ich höre alles – aber mit Vergnügen’.” Weltwoche (May 30).

 

Cage, John/Wulffen, Thomas 1984. “An Interview with John Cage.” New York Berlin 1, no. 1; German Zitty (March 1985).

 

Cage, John/Žečević, Božidar 1972. “Planeta urlajućih motora.” Telegram no. 52 (September 29).

 

Cage, John/Zimmermann, Walter 1976. “John Cage.” In Zimmermann, W. 1976, 47-68; repr. in Zimmermann, W. 1981, 285-292; German (trans. Gabriele Schreimel), in Zimmermann, W. 1981, 293-298; excerpt repr. as “Aus einem Gespräch mit John Cage.” In Zeller 1979a, 15-20.

 

Cage, John/Zurbrugg, Nicholas 1987. “John Cage Interviewed by Nicholas Zurbrugg.” Eyeline [West End, Queensland, Australia] no. 1 (May), 6-7.

 

Cage, John/Zwerin, Michael 1966. “A Lethal Measurement.” Village Voice (January 6), 13, 19; repr. in Kostelanetz 1970d, 161-167; German as “Das tödliche Maß: Ein Interview mit dem amerikanischen Komponisten John Cage.” Trans. Manfred Miller. Jazz Podium 16, no. 9 (September 1967), 244-245; German as “Das tödliche Gleichmaß.” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 220-225, 227.

 

Cage, John and Luciano Berio/Sinigaglia, Alberto 1987. “Ai confini dello spazio, ecco la musica.” La Stampa (May 5), 27.

 

Cage, John and Merce Cunningham/Lartigue, Pierre 1983. “Inlets II.” Opéra de Paris no. 13 (December), 29.

 

Cage, John and Merce Cunningham/Sarraute, Claude 1973. “Cage et Cunningham ą l’Opéra.” Le Monde (November 2); repr. included in Michel 1982.

 

Cage, John and Merce Cunningham/Todd, George and Cockrell, Dale 1981. “Questions Answered and Unanswered.” Middlebury College News Letter [Middlebury, Vermont] 55, no. 2 (Winter), 17-22.

 

Cage, John and Merce Cunningham/Tōno, Yoshiaki 1976. [Interview]. Ryoko Tsushin (July).

 

Cage, John and Dennis Russell Davies/Brown, Anthony 1974. “An Interview with Dennis Russell Davies and John Cage.” Asterisk: A Journal of New Music 1, no. 1 (December), 20-25.

 

Cage, John and Teeny Duchamp/Bailey, David 1972. “Madame Duchamp.” In Andy Warhol: Transcript of David Bailey’s ATV Documentary. London: Bailey Lichtfield; Mathews Miller Dunbar, [54]-[56].

 

Cage, John and Brian Eno/Tannenbaum, Rob 1985. “A Meeting of Sound Minds: John Cage + Brian Eno.” Musician [Marion, Ohio] no. 83 (September), 64-70, 72, 106; Spanish as “John Cage y Brian Eno: Las notas de dos mentes.” Pauta 5, no. 18 (April-June 1986), 28-40.

 

Cage, John and Morton Feldman/Varga, Bálint András 1986. “These, Antithese, Synthese: Ein Doppelgespräch mit John Cage und Morton Feldman.” Trans. Sigfried Schibli. Neue Zeitschrift für Musik 147, no. 1 (January), 25-27.

 

Cage, John, Richard Foreman and Richard Kostelanetz/Anonymous 1979. “Art in the Culture.” Performing Arts Journal 4, no. 1-2 <no. 10-11> (May); repr. in Kostelanetz 1997g, 111-124; German excerpt as “Das ganze leben mit Kunst durchdringen.” Trans. Marina Spinn. Theater heute 21, no. 1 (January 1980), 20-24.

 

Cage, John and John Fullemann 1982. “Montestella d’Ivrea [in Italian and English].” In Masotti, Franco et al. 1982, 34-35.

 

Cage, John and Gary Goldstein 1992h. That’s Not the Way. Jerusalem: Shalom Yehuda Press.

 

Cage, John and Lejaren Hiller/Austin, Larry 1968. “HPSCHD.” Source [Sacramento, California] 2, no. 2 <no. 4> (July), 10-19; repr. (preceded by reminiscences by Larry Austin) as “An Interview with John Cage and Lejaren Hiller.” Computer Music Journal 16, no. 4 (Winter 1992), 15-29; Swedish Nutida Musik 13, no. 4 (1969-70), 16-25.

 

Cage, John, Irwin Kremen, and David Tudor/Austin, Larry 1967. “Correspondence and Telephone Conversation with the Editor.” Source [Sacramento, California] 1, no. 2 <no. 2> (July), 55.

 

Cage, John and Lois A. Long 1982. Mud Book: How to Make Pies and Cakes. New York: Callaway Editions; London: 12 Duke Street Gallery and David Grob Editions [554 signed and numbered copies]; repr. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1988.

 

Cage, John and Paul Stephen Miller 1994. “Unabstracted.” Poetry New York no. 7 (Winter), 65-66.

 

Cage, John and Conlon Nancarrow/Amirkhanian, Charles 1989. “‘Das Universum sollte wie Bach sein, aber es ist wie Mozart’: John Cage und Conlon Nancarrow im Gespräch.” MusikTexte no. 31 (October), 35-45; orig. English text as “‘The Universe Should Be like Bach, But It Is like Mozart’: John Cage and Conlon Nancarrow in Conversation.” World New Music Magazine [Cologne] no. 2 (May 1992), 47-70; Spanish as “‘El universo deberiá ser como Bach, pero es como Mozart’: Conversación.” Pauta 13, no. 50-51 (April-September 1994), 114-139.

 

Cage, John and Conlon Nancarrow/Soltes, Eva 1982. [Untitled] (excerpts from interview), in Eva Soltes, ‘Conlon Nancarrow: eine audio-visuelle Präsentation produziert von Eva Soltes: fotografiert von Philip Makanna’. Unpublished.

 

Cage, John and M.C. Richards/Slivka, Rose C. S. 1978. “Lifecraft: John Cage and M. C. Richards Talk on Work and Worth: A Taped Interview by Rose Slivka.” Craft Horizons 38, no. 8 (December), 28-31.

 

Cage, John and M.C. Richards/Slivka, Rose C. S. 1979. “Lifecraft: John Cage and M. C. Richards Talk on Work and Worth: A Taped Interview by Rose Slivka.” Craft Horizons 39, no. 1 (January).

 

Cage, John and William Russell 1939. “Percussion Music and Its Relation to the Modern Dance.” Dance Observer (October), 266, 274.

 

Cage, John and Klaus Schöning 1982. [Untitled] [mesostic on the name of James Joyce]. In Cage 1982k, 115 (also on back cover).

 

Cage, John, Roger Shattuck and Alan Gillmor 1982. “Erik Satie: A Conversation.” Contact no. 25 (Fall), 21-26.

 

Cage, John, Jack Troy and Francis Merritt 1974. “A Cross Section on ‘The Crossing Point’.” Craft Horizons [New York] 34, no. 2 (April), 33, 64-65.

 

Cage, John and Wolfgang Sterneck 1992. Stille, Bewußtsein und Veränderung. Maintal: KomistA.

 

Cage, John and Karlheinz Stockhausen/Paik, Nam June 1961. [Conversation]. Ongaku Geijutsu 19; excerpt repr. in Cage 1969a, p. [Bodin]-[Boulez].

 

Cage, John and Calvin Sumsion 1970. “Not Wanting to Say Anything about Marcel: Plexigram IV.” Source [Sacramento, California] 4, no. 1 <no. 7> (January), 1-17.

 

Cage, John et al. 1966. “The Changing Audience for the Changing Arts: Panel.” In The Arts: Planning for Change: Twelfth National Conference Associated Councils of the Arts (formerly Arts Councils of America), May 19-21, 1966, New York, New York. New York: Associated Councils of the Arts, 23-52 and passim.

 

Cage, John et al. 1968 [Stan Brakhage, Jonas Mekas, Stan Vanderbeek]. “Symposium.” Cinema Now [Cincinnati, Ohio] no. 1 (1968), 5-21.

 

Cage, John et al. 1970. [Two Short Poems]. In Kostelanetz 1970d, 120; repr. with German trans. as “Zwei kurze Gedichte.” In Kostelanetz 1970d/1973, 170.

 

Cage, John et al. 1972. [Biology and the History of the Future]. In Waddington 1972, passim.

 

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Cage, John et al./Everett, Tom 1980. “10 Questions: 270 Answers [response to questionnaire].” The Composer 10-11, 57-103.

 

Cage, John et al. [William Burroughs, Michael Kustow, Richard Wollheim, Julia Kristeva]/Kermode, Frank 1970. “Is an Elite Necessary?” The Listener 84, no. 2171 (November 5), 619-623.

 

Cage, John et al./Nancarrow, Conlon 1994. “Del archivo epistolar de Conln Nancarrow.” Pauta 13, no. 50-51 (April-September), 140-147.

 

Cage, John et al./Sers, Philippe 1977. “Faut-il vraiment vénérer Duchamp?” Connaissance des arts no. 229 (January), 46-65.

 

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Charles, Daniel 1967. “Ouverture et indétermination.” La Pensée [Paris] new series no. 135 (October); repr. in Charles 1978c, 19-36.

 

Charles, Daniel 1968. “L’esthétique du ‘non finito’ chez John Cage.” Revue d’Esthétique 21, no. 2-4 (April-December), 23-26; repr. in Actes du cinquiŹme congres international d’esthétique, Amsterdam, 24-28 aoět 1964. Ed. by J. Aler. ’s-Gravenhage [etc.]: Mouton, 219-255; repr. in Charles 1978c, 9-13.

 

Charles, Daniel 1970a. “Cinq oeuvres superposées.” Cahiers de musique de tous les temps no. 52 (December), supplement 2; repr. in Charles 1978c, 121-230.

 

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Charles, Daniel 1970e. “Sonates et Interludes pour piano préparé.” Cahiers de musique de tous les temps no. 52 (December), supplement 2, 6-9; repr. in Charles 1978c, 113-120.

 

Charles, Daniel 1970-1971. “L’empirisme de John Cage.” VH 101 no. 4 (Winter), 20-29; repr. in Charles 1978c, 71-89.

 

Charles, Daniel 1971a. “Cage et l’expérience du non-vouloir.” La revue musicale 52, no. 276-277, 19-25; repr. as “L’expérience du non-vouloir.” In Charles 1978c, 49-58.

 

Charles, Daniel 1971b. “L’interprŹte et le hasard.” Musique en jeu no. 3 (June), 45-51; repr. in Charles 1978c, 37-47.

 

Charles, Daniel 1971c. “Musique et an-archie.” Bulletin de la Société franćaise de philosophie 65, no. 3 (July-September); repr. in Charles 1978c, 91-109.

 

Charles, Daniel 1971-1972. “John Cage: La question du silence.” In Bosseur, J.-Y. et al. 1971-1972, 30-38; repr. as “La question du silence.” In Charles 1978c, 59-70.

 

Charles, Daniel 1972. “A propos des ‘Encuentros de Pamplona’ 1972.” Revue d’Esthétique 25, no. 4, 474-480.

 

Charles, Daniel 1973a. “L’écriture et le silence: Notes sur Pampelune.” Musique en jeu no. 11 (June), 99-108; repr. in Charles 1978c, 167-182; German as “Über Schrift und Stille: Über Pamplona.” In Charles 1979, 99-120.

 

Charles, Daniel 1973b. “Etcetera.” Programme de l’Opéra de Paris (October). Paris: l’Opéra de Paris; repr. in Charles 1978c, 157-164.

 

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Charles, Daniel 1975a. “Le présent d’Octavio Paz.” Gradiva [Bruxelles] no. 6-7 (February), 77-93; repr. in Charles 1978c, 197-215.

 

Charles, Daniel 1975b. “La voix symbole du temps.” L’Autre ScŹne no. 10; repr. in Charles 1978c, 217-236.

 

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Charles, Daniel 1976d. “Gloses sur le Ryoan-ji.” Traverses [Paris] no. 5-6 (September); repr. in Charles 1978c, 269-288; German as “Glossen über den Ryoan-ji.” In Charles 1979, 45-74; Japanese as “Ryōanji sekitei no tame no chūkai.” Trans. Kōzō Watanabe. Gendai Shi Techō [Tōkyō] 28, no. 5 (April 1985), 135-145.

 

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Charles, Daniel 1976f. “Situation de John Cage.” In Journées John Cage La Rochelle (program July); repr. in Charles 1978c, 245-249; German as “Das Los des John Cage.” In Charles 1979, 39-44; Italian as “Musica per omissione.” Trans. Stefania Colpi. In Mogni 1978, 153-157.

 

Charles, Daniel 1977. “New Music: Utopia and Oblivion.” In Benamou and Caramello 1977, 113-119.

 

Charles, Daniel 1978a. “Alla ricerca del silenzio perduto: Notes sur le ‘train de John Cage’, 26-28 juin 1978.” Traverses no. 13 (December), 72-84; repr. in Charles 1987-1988, 111-121; German as “Alla ricerca del silenzio perduto: Bemerkungen zum ‘Zug von John Cage’, 26.-28. Juni 1978.” In Charles 1979, 9-38.

 

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Charles, Daniel 1978d. “La paume (de) la dent: Aufzeichnungen über Cage und das Vergessen.” Trans. Heinz-Klaus Metzger. In Metzger, H.-K. and Riehn 1978b, 41-50.

 

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Charles, Daniel 1980b. “Le retour éternel du timbre.” Revue d’Esthétique new series no. 1-2, 163-170.

 

Charles, Daniel 1981. “Le timbre, la voix, le temps.” In Pontbriand 1981, 110-117.

 

Charles, Daniel 1982a. “Au delą de l’aléa.” Traverses no. 24 (February); German as “Jenseits der Aleatorik.” In Charles 1984a, 97-125.

 

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Charles, Daniel 1987b. “Poetik der Gleichzeitigkeit.” Trans. Marc Moser. In Poetik der Gleichzeitigkeit. Ed. by Gerhard Johann Lischka. Bern: Benteli; original French text as “Poétique de la simultanéité.” In Charles 1987-1988, 123-138.

 

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Charles, Daniel 1990a. “About John Cage’s ‘Prepared Piano’.” In Ubi Fluxus. Milan: Mazzotti; repr. in Kostelanetz 1993f, 46-54.

 

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Charles, Daniel 1991b. “Figuration and Prefiguration: Notes on Some New Graphic Notions.” Trans. Susan Park. In Video Independents. Geneva: Swiss Independent Video; repr. in Kostelanetz 1993f, 248-263.

 

Charles, Daniel 1991c. “Jô Kondô e John Cage.” Trans. Giovanni Morelli. Rivista Italiana di Musicologia 26, 95-115.

 

Charles, Daniel 1992. “L’héritage de Erik Satie.” Les Cahiers du CIREM [Rouen] no. 24-25 (June-September), 59-68; German as “Meister des Nicht-Werks: Das Erbe von Erik Satie.” Trans. Susanne Winterfeldt. MusikTexte no. 48 (February 1993), 30-35.

 

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