11 West Records/Smith Publications (CD). c C/omposed Improvisation. Jason Baker.

1750 Arch Records S-1752 (record). Sixty-two Mesostics re Merce Cunningham (nos. 33-37). Jack Briece (reviews: Holmes 1980b; Johnson, Tom 1976c; Kostelanetz 1977).

1750 Arch Records S-1787 (record). In a Landscape (harp). Susan Allen (review: La Barbara 1983).

Accord 205722 (CD). A Flower. The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Cathy Berberian, mezzo soprano; Bruno Canino, piano.

Acta Records 2 (cassette). Primitive. Chris Burn.

Adda 581043 (CD). A Flower. The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Jolle Landre, voice and contrabass (review: Coulter 1989).

Ads 14.122-2 (CD, in four-CD set with 14.123-2, 14.124-2, 14.125-2). Daughters of the Lonesome Isle. Grard Frmy.

Advance FGR-4 (record). Sonata for Clarinet. Phillip Rehfeldt.

Advance Recordings FGC-22S (cassette). Music for Wind Instruments. University of Redlands Faculty Wind Quintet (review: Kearns 1991).

Agora AGO 275.1 (CD). Two. Roberto Fabbriciani, flute; Massimiliano Damerini, piano.

Albany Troy 197 (CD). Four Walls. In the Name of the Holocaust. Ophelia. Our Spring Will Come. Primitive. Quest (second movement). Joshua Pierce, piano; Robert White, tenor (review: Lange 1996b).

Albedo ALBCD 021 (CD). Amores. Aria. Credo in Us. A Flower. Forever and Sunsmell. Imaginary Landscape No. 4. Trio. The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Hilde Torgersen, mezzo-soprano; Cikada Duo: Kenneth Karlsson, piano; Bjrn Rabben, percussion; SISU: Tomas Nilsson, Marius Sbye, Bjrn Skansen, percussion.

Albin Michel/CIRM/Paris Muses L.L. 11.01 (CD). Lullaby.

Alga Marghen Plana-VA 11NMN.031 (CD). Concert for Piano and Orchestra (Duo for Flute and Viola). Franco Carabelli, flute; Pina Lercari, viola. Music for Piano 69-84 (nos. 77-78, 83-84). John Cage. Morton Feldman, Three Pieces for Piano (I and II). John Cage.

Alga Marghen ALGA 044 LP (record). Fontana Mix (four performances). Max Neuhaus, percussion and electronics.

Alga Marghen Plana-N 18NMN.044 (CD). Fontana Mix (six performances). Max Neuhaus.

Alga Marghen Plana-N 22NMN.052 (CD). 27'10.554" (three performances). Max Neuhaus, percussion and electronics.

Alice ALCD 004 (CD). Dream (arrangement). Peter Sderberg, archlute; Leif Henriksson, bass viol.

Alice ALCD 026 (CD). Five. Low Dynamic Orchestra.

ALM Records AL-14 (record). Cheap Imitation (excerpt). Metamorphosis. The Seasons. Yuji Takahashi.

ALM Records ALCD-55 (CD). Ryoanji. Kiyonori Sokabe, trumpet.

Ampersand Ampere 3 (CD). Cheap Imitation (piano). John Cage.

Ampersand Ampere 6 (two CDs). Empty Words (Part III). John Cage.

Analekta Fleur de Lys FL 23111 (CD). Daughters of the Lonesome Isle. Louise-Andre Baril.

Angel EAC 60154 (record). Winter Music. Aki Takahashi.

Angel EAA 85013-85105 (three-record set). Winter Music. Aki Takahashi.

Angel EMI CDC 754155-2 (CD). The Beatles 1962-1970. Aki Takahashi, piano.

Angel S-36059 (record). Three Dances. Ralph Grierson, Michael Tilson Thomas (reviews: Diapason 1974; Holmes 1979; Rockwell 1973c; San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle 1974; Stereo Review 1974).

Another Timbre AT10 (CD). Electronic Music for Piano. John Tilbury, piano; Sebastian Lexer, electronics (reviews: Clark, P. 2010a; Clark, P. 2010b; Eyles 2010; Kirkpatrick 2010; Olewnick 2010; Pinnell 2010).

Another Timbre AT18 (CD). Four6. Tom Chant, saxophones and bass clarinet; Angharad Davies, violin; Benedict Drew, electronics; John Edwards, contrabass (reviews: Eyles 2009; Margasak 2009; Medwin 2009; Morton 2009; Olewnick 2009; Pinnell 2009; Ricci 2010; Waxman 2009).

Anthology Records ANT 18.11 (CD). Radio Music. Performers unknown.

Antilles AN-7031 (record). Experiences No. 1. Experiences No. 2. Forever and Sunsmell. In a Landscape. The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Carla Bley, Robert Wyatt, voice; Richard Bernas, piano (also multitrack), percussion.

Ants Records AG 06 (two CDs). Four Walls. In the Name of the Holocaust. Music for Marcel Duchamp. Ophelia. Our Spring Will Come. Prelude for Six Instruments in A Minor. Primitive. Quest (second movement). Sonatas and Interludes. Spontaneous Earth. Three Easy Pieces. Three Songs. Two Pieces for Piano (ca. 1935). Two Pieces for Piano (1946). The Unavailable Memory of. Joshua Pierce, piano; Robert White, tenor; American Festival of Microtonal Music Ensemble.

Arabesque Records Z 6744 (CD). Dream. A Room (piano). Bruce Brubaker.

Ars Harmonica AH 108 (CD). Living Room Music (Story only). Babo Lemil Musdeveus and Mercedes Delcls.

Ars Moderno 01 (CD). Amores. Living Room Music (Story only). Percussion Group Cincinnati.

Ars Musici AM 1229 (CD). Living Room Music (Story). Singer Pur.

Arthaus 102 041 (DVD). First Construction (excerpt). City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. Simon Rattle.

Arthaus Musik (seven DVDs). First Construction (excerpt). City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. Simon Rattle.

Artifact ART-021 (CD). Haikai (1986). Evergreen Club.

Artis Records ARCD 010 (CD). Trio. Tmmittam Percussion Ensemble.

Artis Records ARCD 021 (CD). Amores (II and III). Double Music. First Construction. Third Construction. Ensemble Percussione Ricerca (Aurelio Corradini, Eddy De Fanti, Gottardo Paganin, Guido Vianello, Paolo Zanella); Carlo Rebeschin, piano.

Arts Music 47558-2 (CD). Cartridge Music. Jonathan Faralli, percussion.

Arts Music 47558-6 (dvd). Cartridge Music. Jonathan Faralli, percussion.

Artworks AW 036 (CD). In a Landscape (harp). Marshall McGuire.

Aspen 5-6 (record). Fontana Mix. Max Neuhaus, percussion and electronics.

Asphodel 2000 (four CDs). 103. Atlas Eclipticalis. Winter Music. Janacek Philharmonic Orchestra; Orchestra of the S.E.M. Ensemble; Kammerensemble Neue Musik Berlin; Petr Kotik, conductor; David Tudor, piano.

Athena Records 231 (CD). 59 1/2" for a String Player. Michael Cameron, contrabass.

Athenum 3-7610-8185-5 (cassette issued with Cage 1982k). __, _ __ Circus on _ (realization as Roaratorio, an Irish circus on Finnegans Wake). John Cage, voice; Joe Heaney, singer; Samus Ennis, uillean pipes; Paddy Glackin, fiddle; Matt Malloy, flute; Peadher Mercier, Mell Mercier, bodhran; John Cage, John David Fullemann, realization of tapes. John Cage in conversation with Klaus Schning (review: Uske 1987b).

Attacca Babel 8949-2 (CD). Three Dances. Gerard Bouwhuis, Cees van Zeeland (review: Samama 1989).

Attacca Babel 9477 (CD). Hymnkus. James Fulkerson, trombone, synthesized tape.

Audio Art Gallery (cassette). She Is Asleep (Quartet). Wrzburger Percussions Quartett.

Audio Arts (cassette). Audio Scene 79, Modern Art Gallery, Vienna no. 1. Arleen Schloss, Joachim Diederichs performing John Cage (6-8 June 1979, Schloss Lenenfeld, Krems).

Audio Arts 6, no. 3 (cassette). New York Report (Cage talks about Ear for Ear, 8 April 1983).

Audio Arts Supplement (cassette). Art is Either a Complaint or Do Something Else [text]. John Cage.

Audio Ego 01 (CD). Variations I. Agon Orchestra; Petr Kofron; Martin Smolka.

Australian Broadcasting Corporation ABC Classics 8.770020 (CD). Amores. Synergy.

Australian Broadcasting Corporation ABC Classics 465 260-2 (two CDs, CD 2). 4'33". Various musicians.

Australian Broadcasting Corporation ABC Classics 456 668-2 (CD). Music of Changes (excerpt). Stephanie McCallum.

Australian Broadcasting Corporation ABC Classics 465 701-2 (CD). c C/omposed Improvisation. Geoffrey Morris, bass guitar.

Auvidis Montaigne MO 782010 (CD). Four. Arditti String Quartet (Hodges 1994).

Auvidis Montaigne MO 782048 (CD). Five4 (two performances). Ensemble Recherche.

Auvidis Montaigne MO 782076 (CD). 59 1/2" for a String Player. A Flower. Ryoanji. The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Jolle Landre, voice and contrabass; L Quan Ninh, percussion.

Avant Garde Records S 36059 (record). Three Dances. Ralph Grierson, Michael Tilson Thomas.

Avant Records AV 1008 (record). The Perilous Night. TV Kln. Richard Bunger.

Avi-Music 4260085530335 (sixth of ten CD set). One2 (excerpt). Margaret Leng Tan.

Bayer-Records Cadenza CAD 800 894 (CD; part of ten-CD-set CAD 800 901). Song Books. Schola Cantorum Stuttgart; Clytus Gottwald, conductor.

BIS LP-232 (record). Second Construction. Kroumata Percussion Ensemble (reviews: Einemann 1984; Kozinn 1984; Siwe 1985; Suzuki, Dean 1985; Uske 1987b).

BIS LP-272 (record). Amores. Richard Pilat, prepared piano; Kroumata Percussion Ensemble (review: Uske 1987b).

BIS CD-52 (CD). Second Construction. Kroumata Percussion Ensemble.

BIS CD-232 (CD). Second Construction. Kroumata Percussion Ensemble (reviews: Kozinn 1984; Uske 1987b).

BIS CD-272 (CD). Amores. Richard Pilat, prepared piano; Kroumata Percussion Ensemble.

BIS CD-388 (CD). Concert for Piano and Orchestra (Solo for Sliding Trombone). Christian Lindberg, trombone.

BIS LD-558 (laser disc). Concert for Piano and Orchestra (Solo for Sliding Trombone). Christian Lindberg, trombone.

BIS CD-510 (CD). Some of The Harmony of Maine. Hans-Ola Ericsson, organ; Kerstin Johansson, Karin Andersson, Gabriella Sjstrm, Bengt Tribukait, Per Grundberg, Karl Magnus Jansson, assistants.

BIS CD-932 (CD). Third Construction. Kroumata Percussion Ensemble.

BIS-2149 SACD (SACD). Aria. A Chant with Claps. Eight Whiskus. Experiences No. 2. A Flower. Fontana Mix. Nowth Upon Nacht. Sonnekus2. The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Nicholas Isherwood, bass-baritone, piano and percussion. Gianluca Verlingieri, tape realization.

Black Box Recordings (cassette). Cage interviewed by Hans G Helms.

Blue Labor Records (record). Daughters of the Lonesome Isle. Mysterious Adventure. Unknown perfomer.

Bridge BCD 9041 (CD). Dream (arrangement). In a Landscape (harp). John Schneider, guitar; Amy Shulman, harp.

Bridge 9081A and 9081B (two CDs). Sonatas and Interludes. Aleck Karis. Composition in Retrospect. John Cage (reviews: Kavanaugh 1999; Lange 1999).

Brigadoon Vocal SP 002 (CD). The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Jasperina de Jong, soprano; Tan Crone, piano.

Brilliant Classics 8189 (three CDs). Amores. And the Earth Shall Bear Again. Bacchanale. Concerto for Prepared Piano and Chamber Orchestra. Daughters of the Lonesome Isle. In the Name of the Holocaust. Music for Marcel Duchamp. Mysterious Adventure. Our Spring Will Come. The Perilous Night. Prelude for Meditation. Primitive. A Room (prepared piano). Root of an Unfocus. Sonatas and Interludes. Spontaneous Earth. Tossed As It Is Untroubled. Totem Ancestor. Tripled-Paced No. 2. Two Pastorales. The Unavailable Memory of. A Valentine out of Season. Works of Calder. Giancarlo Simonacci, prepared piano. Ars Ludi, percussion. Antonio Caggiano, conductor. Orchestra Vincenzo Galilei. Nicola Paszkowski, conductor.

Brilliant Classics 8551 (CD 4 of nine CDs). In a Landscape (piano). Jeroen van Veen.

Brilliant Classics 8850 (three CDs). Five Songs. A Flower. Forever and Sunsmell. Four Dances. Four Walls. Nocturne. Nowth upon Nacht. The Seasons (piano). She Is Asleep (Quartet and Duet). Six Melodies. Three Songs. Two4. Two6. The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Giancarlo Simonacci, prepared piano. David Simonacci, violin. Lorna Windsor, voice. Ars Ludi, percussion.

Brilliant Classics 9176 (three CDs). Ad Lib. Cheap Imitation. Dream. Etudes Boreales (three versions: piano, violoncello, and both). For M.C. and D.T. In a Landscape. Jazz Study. Metamorphosis. Ophelia. Quest. Seven Haiku. Soliloquy. Suite for Toy Piano (piano version). Three Easy Pieces. Triple-Paced (First Version). Two Pieces for Piano (1946). Waiting. Erik Satie, Socrate (transcription for two pianos by Cage). Giancarlo Simonacci, piano; Gabriela Morelli, 2nd piano; Marco Simonacci, violoncello.

Budapest Music Center BMC Records CD 100 (CD). Erik Satie, Socrate [arrangement for two pianos by Cage]. Deszo" Rnki, Edit Klukon.

BV Haast 0503 (CD). Child of Tree. Arnold Marinissen.

BV Haast 1004 (in two CD-set 0904-1004). Living Room Music (Story). Arnold Marinissen (multitrack).

Caipirinha Productions CAI 2027 (CD). Imaginary Landscape No. 1. John Cage, Xenia Cage, Doris Dennison, Margaret Jansen (presumably).

Cala United CACD 88088 (CD). 4'33". Wayne Marshall, piano.

Calig CAL 30492 (record). Double Music. Percussion-Ensemble der Hochschule fr Musik Wrzburg; Siegfried Fink, conductor (reviews: Del 1981; Spe 1986).

Calliope CAL 9354 (CD). Sonata for Clarinet. Aurelian Octav Popa.

Cambria Records 8806 (two CDs, also in twelve CD-set 8800). Atlas Eclipticalis. Southwest Chamber Music Society; Stephen L. Mosko, conductor. Song Books. Phyllis Bryn-Julson, soprano; Michael Ingham, baritone. Winter Music. Gayle Blankenburg, piano. Lecture on the Weather. Southwest Chamber Music Society.

Cambria Records (CD). Atlas Eclipticalis (excerpt). Southwest Chamber Music Society; Stephen L. Mosko, conductor.

Camerata CMCD-28027 (CD). Four Walls. Aki Takahashi, piano; Megumi Hashiramoto, soprano.

Cantate C 58009 (CD). Souvenir. Klaus Martin Ziegler.

Caprice CAP 1071 (record). Concert for Piano and Orchestra (Solo for Piano). Mats Persson, piano.

Caprice CAP 1226 (record). A Book of Music. Mats Persson, Kristine Scholz (Budweg 1983).

Caprice CAP 1265 (record). Credo in Us. Malm Percussion Ensemble (review: Uske 1987b).

Capstone CPS 8628 (CD). Music for _ (Music for Two). Ombretta Macchi, voice; Corrado Canonici, contrabass.

Capstone CPS 8636 (CD). Four5. John Sampen.

Carivari Press (CD). 45' for a Speaker [German version]. 34'46.776" for a Pianist. Steffen Schleiermacher.

Catalyst 09026 61980-2 (CD). Bacchanale. Dream. In a Landscape. Music for Marcel Duchamp. Prelude for Meditation. Souvenir. Suite for Toy Piano. A Valentine out of Season. Stephen Drury (reviews: Janssen 1995a; Khn, G.-F. 1995; Stereo Review 1995).

Catalyst 09026 68751-2 (CD). Credo in Us. The Seasons. Eos Ensemble; Jonathan Sheffer, conductor.

CBS S 34-61063 (record). Fontana Mix. Max Neuhaus, percussion and electronics (review: Humpert 1970).

CBS S 34-61064 (record). Variations II. David Tudor, piano and electronics (review: Humpert 1970).

CBS Music of Our Time S 34-61169 (record). Bacchanale. Metamorphosis. The Perilous Night. Two Pieces for Piano (ca. 1935). Jeanne Kirstein (reviews: Degens 1971a; Koch, G.R. 1972c).

CBS Music of Our Time S 34-61225 (record). Dream. Music for Marcel Duchamp. Prelude for Meditation. Root of an Unfocus. Suite for Toy Piano. Tossed As It Is Untroubled. Two Pieces for Piano (1946). A Valentine out of Season. Jeanne Kirstein (review: Degens 1971c).

CBS Collectors Series CMS 7416 and 7417 (two records, in set CBS CM2S 819). Bacchanale. Dream. Metamorphosis. Music for Marcel Duchamp. The Perilous Night. Prelude for Meditation. Root of an Unfocus. Suite for Toy Piano. Tossed As It Is Untroubled. Two Pieces for Piano (1935). Two Pieces for Piano (1946). A Valentine out of Season. Jeanne Kirstein (review: Page, T. 1981).

CBS Odyssey 32 16 0155 (record). Solo for Voice 2. Brandeis University Chamber Chorus; Alvin Lucier, conductor; Gordon Mumma, David Tudor, electronic realization (review: Cohn, A. 1967-1968).

CBS Odyssey 32 16 0156 (record). Solo for Voice 2. Brandeis University Chamber Chorus; Alvin Lucier, conductor; Gordon Mumma, David Tudor, electronic realization (reviews: Cohn, A. 1967-1968; Hanson 1968-1969).

Celestial Harmonies Records 13087-2 (CD, also in three CD-set Celestial Harmonies 19910-2). Dream (arrangement). Maria Newman and John Schaeffer, violas (multitrack).

Centaur CRC 2078 (CD). Larry Austin, Beachcombers. John Cage, chanting voice (CDCM Computer Music Series; 9).

Centaur CRC 3137 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes. Susan Svr_ek.

Challenge Classics CC 72005 (CD). Four5. Aurelia Saxophone Quartet.

Challenge Classics CC 72165 (CD). Dream (arrangement for four violas and piano). Esther Apituley, viola.

Chambersound CSCD 95014 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes (excerpts). Per Tengstrand.

Channel Classics Records CCS 12898 (CD and cassette). Sonatas and Interludes (excerpts). Unknown performer.

Chant du Monde LDC 278.1067 (CD). In a Landscape (piano). Nol Lee (North 1992).

Chiaroscuro CR-196 (record). Song Books (Solo for Voice 45). Joan La Barbara (multitrack).

Civic Classics 0001 (CD). In a Landscape (harp). Katie Kirkpatrick (review: Cohn, S. 1995).

Classic Produktion Osnabrck CPO 999 227-2 (CD). Thirteen (two performances). Ensemble 13; Manfred Reichert, director (reviews: Ashby 1994; Fono-Forum 1994; Kirchberg 1994).

Classic Produktion Osnabrck CPO 999 344-2 (CD). Second Construction. Cabaza Percussion Quartet (review: Janssen 1996b).

Classic Records DAD-1002 (digital audio disc). Double Music. Second Construction. Third Construction. New Music Consort.

Classical Record International 180 491 (record). Double Music. Living Room Music. Percussion Group The Hague.

Classico 262 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes. John Damgaard.

Classico 270 (CD). In a Landscape (piano). Elisabeth Klein.

Col legno WWe 1CD 20001 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes. Markus Hinterhuser.

Col legno WWe 1CD 20015 (CD). Credo in Us. Quartet. Second Construction. She Is Asleep (Quartet). Third Construction. Percussion Ensemble Mainz; Markus Hauke, conductor.

Col legno WWe 2CD 20027 (two CDs). And the Earth Shall Bear Again. Bacchanale. Daughters of the Lonesome Isle. In the Name of the Holocaust. Music for Marcel Duchamp. Mysterious Adventure. Our Spring Will Come. The Perilous Night. Prelude for Meditation. Primitive. A Room. Root of an Unfocus. Spontaneous Earth. Tossed As It Is Untroubled. Totem Ancestor. Triple-Paced No. 2. Two Pastorales. The Unavailable Memory of. A Valentine out of Season. Markus Hinterhuser.

Col legno WWe 2CD 20055 (two CDs). Ryoanji (arrangement). Satoru Yaotani, hichiriki; Sukeyasu Shiba and Takeshi Sasamota, ryteki; Isao Nakamura, percussion.

Col legno WWe 1CD 20088 (CD). Concerto for Prepared Piano and Chamber Orchestra. Sixty-eight. Rbert Regs, piano; Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks; Lucas Vis, conductor.

Col legno WWe 1CD 20292 (CD). Apartment House 1776 (Thirteen Harmonies). Six Melodies. Annelie Gahl, violin; Klaus Lang, keyboard (review: Vogels 2011).

Col legno WWe 1CD 20512 (CD). 34'46.776" for a Pianist. 31'57.9864" for a Pianist. David Tudor, John Cage. Organ2/ASLSP. Gerd Zacher.

Col legno AU 31834 CD (CD in five-CD set AU 31830 CD). Organ2/ASLSP. Gerd Zacher.

Col legno WWE 3CD 31882 (three CDs). Ryoanji (excerpts). Michael Bach, violoncello; David Revill, percussion.

Col legno WWE 1CD 31895 (CD). Variations I. John Cage, David Tudor, pianos, radios.

Col legno WWE 1CD 31896 (CD). Souvenir. Yvar Mikhashoff, piano.

Col legno WWE 31899 (CD from set of twelve). 34'46.776" for a Pianist. 31'57.9864" for a Pianist. David Tudor, John Cage (review: Koch, G.R. 1996).

Columbia ML 4495 (record). String Quartet in Four Parts. New Music String Quartet (reviews: Daniel 1953; Kupferberg 1953).

Columbia MS 7051 (record). Variations II. David Tudor, piano and electronics (reviews: Daniel 1969; Frankenstein 1968).

Columbia ML 7139 (record). Fontana Mix. Max Neuhaus, percussion and electronics.

Columbia MS 7139 (record). Fontana Mix. Max Neuhaus, percussion and electronics.

Columbia MS 7416-MS 7417 (two records, in set M2S-819). Bacchanale. Dream. Metamorphosis. Music for Marcel Duchamp. The Perilous Night. Prelude for Meditation. Root of an Unfocus. Suite for Toy Piano. Tossed As It Is Untroubled. Two Pieces for Piano (1935). Two Pieces for Piano (1946). A Valentine out of Season. Jeanne Kirstein (reviews: Mayer, M. 1970; Frankenstein 1970a; Henahan 1970b; Trimble 1970; Willis 1971).

Columbia S 34-61066 (record). Solo for Voice 2. Brandeis University Chamber Chorus; Alvin Lucier, conductor; Gordon Mumma, David Tudor, electronic realization (review: Cohn, A. 1967-1968).

Composers Recordings CRI SD 199 (record). Sonatas and Interludes. Maro Ajemian (review: Strongin 1965).

Composers Recordings CRI SD 410 (record). The Seasons. American Composers Orchestra; Dennis Russell Davies, conductor (recorded 1978) (reviews: A.H. 1981; Audio 1980; Chattanooga Times 1980; Down Beat 1980; Durkee 1981; Grueninger 1980; Jones, R. 1980; Kastlemusick Monthly Bulletin 1980; Lake Charles 1980; Los Alamos Monitor 1980; Monson 1980; Salzman 1980; Shere 1987a; Tyrmand 1981; Ward 1979; Wierzbicki 1980).

Composers Recordings CRI CD 680 (CD). Ryoanji. Jeffrey Krieger, electronic violoncello, voice, percussion.

Composers Recordings CRI CD 700 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes. Maro Ajemian (review: Hudicek 1999).

Composers Recordings CRI CD 732 (CD). Experiences No. 1. Three Dances. Two2. Double Edge (review: 20th-Century Music 1999).

Composers Recordings CRI CD 750 (CD). Ryoanji (excerpt). Jeffrey Krieger, electronic violoncello, voice, percussion (taken from Composers Recordings CRI CD 680). Sonatas and Interludes (Sonata XIII only). Maro Ajemian (recorded 1950, taken from Composers Recordings CRI CD 700).

Composers Recordings CRI CD 772 (CD). Music for _ (Music for Four). New Millennium Ensemble: Marianne Gythfeldt, clarinet; Gregory Hesselink, violoncello; Sunghae Anna Lim, violin; Tara Helen OConnor, flute.

Concord Concerto CCD-42030 (two CDs). Music of Changes (Book I). The Perilous Night. Grete Sultan.

Confido SACD 270604 (CD). Seven. Pro Nova Ensemble der Duisburger Philharmoniker; Michael Denhoff, director; Susanne Kessel, piano.

Contedisc 208 CD 2 (two CDs). Daughters of the Lonesome Isle. Giorgio Morozzi.

Content SAK 4610-3 (CD). Chorals. One10. Anna Lindal.

CordAria CACD 528 (CD). Amores (excerpt). Credo in Us. Sonatas and Interludes (Sonata II, First Interlude). Kalamazoo Percussion-Trio; Tim Ovens, piano.

CordAria CACD 566 (CD with cd-rom). Sonatas and Interludes. Tim Ovens.

Cramps CRSLP 6101 (record). 4'33". Music for Amplified Toy Pianos. Music for Marcel Duchamp. Radio Music. Sixty-two Mesostics re Merce Cunningham. Juan Hidalgo, Walter Marchetti, Gianni-Emilio Simonetti, Demetrio Stratos (reviews: De Gregori 1974; Nocera 1980).

Cramps CRSLP 6117 (record). Cheap Imitation (piano). John Cage.

Cramps Records CRSCD 037-038 (two CDs). Empty Words (Part III). John Cage (review: Hodges 1992).

Cramps CRSCD 097 (CD). Five Songs for Contralto (no. 3). Debbie Harry, voice; Joe McGinty, synthesizers. Indeterminacy: New Aspect of Form in Instrumental and Electronic Music (excerpts). John Cage. Indeterminacy: New Aspect of Form in Instrumental and Electronic Music (excerpt). David Byrne. Overpopulation and Art (excerpts). Jello Biafra. Silence (book, various excerpts). John Cage. The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Joey Ramone, voice; Don Yallach, percussion. A Year from Monday (book, various excerpts). John Cage.

Cramps CRSCD 101 (CD). 4'33". Music for Amplified Toy Pianos. Music for Marcel Duchamp. Radio Music. Sixty-two Mesostics re Merce Cunningham. Juan Hidalgo, Walter Marchetti, Gianni-Emilio Simonetti, Demetrio Stratos.

Cramps CRSCD 117 (CD). Cheap Imitation (piano). John Cage.

Crown Point Press 37327 AL (record). Themes and Variations (excerpt). John Cage, voice.

Crystal Records CD 317 (CD). Three Pieces for Flute Duet. Leone Buyse, Fenwick Smith.

Da Camera Magna DaCa SM 93237 (record). Variations I. Zsigmond Szathmry, organ (review: Uske 1987b).

Dacapo EGM 001 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes (Sonatas V-XII). Joan Schneider.

Danacord Records DACOCD 539 (CD). In a Landscape (piano). Alexei Ljubimov.

Darpro RS 953-0013 (two CDs). Etudes Australes. Claudio Crismani.

Das Projekt DP 1101 (CD). One5. Andreas Huber.

DCC Compact Classics 135 (four CDs). Sixteen Dances (excerpts: no. 8, no. 12). Ensemble Modern; Ingo Metzmacher, conductor.

Decca Argo 436 925-2 (CD). Bacchanale. Alan Feinberg.

Decca Argo 455 590-2 (CD). Double Music. California Symphony; Barry Jekowsky, conductor.

Decca Head 9 (record). Sonatas and Interludes. John Tilbury (review: Vermeulen 1976a).

Denon OX-7059-ND (record). Sonatas and Interludes. Yuji Takahashi.

Denon C37-7673 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes. Yuji Takahashi (review: Shere 1987a).

Denon CO-18069 (CD). Apartment House 1776 (Harmonies 3, 12, 15, 18, 21, 29, 35). Dream. In a Landscape. Souvenir. Two3 (excerpt: no. 5). Stefan Hussong, accordion; Hiroyuki Okano, shells.

Denon CO-78841 (CD). Sports (Perpetual Tango). Stefan Hussong, accordion.

Desto DC 6435 (record in three-record set with DC 6436-DC 6437). Nocturne. Paul Zukofsky, violin; Gilbert Kalish, piano.

Deutsche Grammophon SLPM 137 009 (record). Atlas Eclipticalis. Ensemble Musica Negativa; Rainer Riehn, conductor. Cartridge Music. Fred van der Kooy. Winter Music. Lissa Bauer, Chaia Gerstein, Heinz-Klaus Metzger, Gertrud Meyer-Denkmann, Mario Venzago (reviews: Cox 1972; Erickson, R. 1975; Frankenstein 1970b; Gockel 1985).

Deutsche Grammophon SLPM 139 442 (record). Variations III. Gerd Zacher, Juan Allende-Blin, organ, percussion, wind instruments (reviews: Bosseur, J.-Y. 1970a; Cox 1972; Holmes 1981c; Smalley 1971b).

Deutsche Grammophon 643 543 (record, part of six-lp set). Atlas Eclipticalis. Ensemble Musica Negativa; Rainer Riehn, conductor. Cartridge Music. Fred van der Kooy, assistant to the conductor. Winter Music. Lissa Bauer, Chaia Gerstein, Heinz-Klaus Metzger, Gertrud Meyer-Denkmann, Mario Venzago (reviews: Bosseur, J.-Y. 1970a; Degens 1970a; Englert 1970; Gockel 1985).

Deutsche Grammophon 2530 735 (record). String Quartet in Four Parts. LaSalle Quartet: Walter Levin, Henry Meyer, violins; Peter Kamnitzer, viola; Jack Kirstein, violoncello (reviews: Frankenstein 1978; JH 1978b; Rapoport 1978; Shere 1987a).

Deutsche Grammophon 2536 018 (record). Atlas Eclipticalis. Ensemble Musica Negativa; Rainer Riehn, conductor. Cartridge Music. Fred van der Kooy. Winter Music. Lissa Bauer, Chaia Gerstein, Heinz-Klaus Metzger, Gertrud Meyer-Denkmann, Mario Venzago (review: Gockel 1985).

Deutsche Grammophon 423 245-2 (CD). String Quartet in Four Parts. LaSalle Quartet (review: Golding, R. 1988).

Deutsche Grammophon 431 698-2 (CD). Atlas Eclipticalis. Chicago Symphony Orchestra; James Levine, conductor (reviews: Carl, R. 1995; Lehman 1994).

Deutsche Grammophon MG 1048 (record). String Quartet in Four Parts. LaSalle Quartet: Walter Levin, Henry Meyer, violins; Peter Kamnitzer, viola; Jack Kirstein, violoncello.

Dial Records 19-20 (two records). Sonatas and Interludes. Maro Ajemian (recorded 1950).

Dirter DPROMEP79 (25 cm record, limited edition of 500 copies). Radio Music (four performances). Jean-Herve Peron, Zappi Diermaier, and Steve Pittis.

Disc Company of America 607 (3058A) (shellac record). Amores (I and IV). Maro Ajemian (review: Time 1947).

Disc Company of America 643-648 (three mono 78 rpm shellac phonodiscs). Three Dances. Maro Ajemian, William Masselos.

Disc Company of America 675 (one of two shellac records). Amores (I and IV). Maro Ajemian (reviews: Bohm 1947b; New York Times 1947).

Disc Company of America 875 (two mono 78 rpm shellac records, one side). Amores (I and IV). Maro Ajemian (reviews: List 1947a; List 1947b).

Disc Company of America 877 3TWA (three mono 78 rpm shellac phonodiscs). Three Dances. Maro Ajemian, William Masselos.

Dischi dellIppopotamo 5380 671-1 (two records). Etudes Australes (I-VIII). Bruno Canino.

Diskos LPD-930 (two records). Music for Marcel Duchamp. Sonatas and Interludes. Nada Kolundzija.

Disques Concord/Vandoeuvre 9304 (CD). Sonata for Clarinet. Pierre-Stphane Meug.

Disques Concord/Vandoeuvre 9813 (CD). Variations II. Jean-Charles Franois, percussion.

DMP Records CD 485 (CD). Third Construction. Robert Hohner Percussion Ensemble.

Documents 600262 (three-CD set). Indeterminacy: New Aspect of Form in Instrumental and Electronic Music (text). John Cage. Concert for Piano and Orchestra (piano). David Tudor. Fontana Mix. John Cage, Marino Zuccheri, tape recordings. Sonatas and Interludes. Maro Ajemian. String Quartet in Four Parts. New Music String Quartet.

Dog W/A Bone DWAB01 (CD). Sculpture musicale (text). John Cage.

Dog W/A Bone DWAB05 (CD). Empty Words (Part IV, excerpt). John Cage.

Dolor del Estomago CASA 1 (record). Credo in Us. William Winant, Ward Spangler, Daniel Kennedy, Julie Steinberg, Steed Cowart, John Cage.

Doron DRC 3002 (CD). Bacchanale. Music for Marcel Duchamp. The Perilous Night. William Grant Nabor.

Doron DRC 3014 (CD). Sonata for Clarinet. Steven Kanoff.

Dresdner Zentrum fr Zeitgenssische Musik 221293 (two CDs, CD1). Aria. Munich Art Ensemble. Renga with Apartment House 1776. Rundfunksinfonieorchester Saarbrcken. Hans Zender. Jeanne Lee, Helen Schneyer, Nico Castel, Matoaka Little Eagle, Powhatan Swift Eagle, voices. Sonatas and Interludes [Sonatas I-IV, First Interlude]. Darryl Rosenberg.

Ear-Rational ECD 1039 (CD). Concert for Piano and Orchestra (Solo for piano). David Tudor, piano and electronics (review: Cadence 1999).

ECM New Series 1696 (CD). Concerto for Prepared Piano and Chamber Orchestra. The Seasons. Seventy-four (two performances). Suite for Toy Piano. Margaret Leng Tan, prepared piano, toy piano; American Composers Orchestra; Dennis Russell Davies, conductor (review: Voermans 2001).

ECM New Series 1799 (CD). String Quartet in Four Parts. Cikada String Quartet.

ECM New Series 1842 (CD in two CD-set 1842-1843). Sonatas and Interludes. Herbert Henck.

ECM New Series 1844 (CD). In a Landscape. Metamorphosis. Ophelia. Quest (second movement). The Seasons (piano). Two Pieces for Piano (ca. 1935). Two Pieces for Piano (1946). Herbert Henck (review: Fiumara 2006).

ECM New Series 2268 (CD). Dream (two performances). Experiences No. 2. Five Songs for Contralto. A Flower. Music for Marcel Duchamp. Nowth upon Nacht. Prelude for Meditation. A Room (prepared piano). She Is Asleep (Duet). Three Songs. Two Pieces for Piano (1946). The Unavailable Memory of. The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Natalia Pschenitschnikova, voice; Alexei Lubimov, piano (review: Clarke, Colin 2013).

Edigsa AZ 70/06 (record). Amores. Siegfried Fink Percussion Group.

Edigsa AZ 70/11 (record). Two Pastorales. Carles Santos.

Edition Block EB 202 (CD). Sculpture musicale (text). John Cage (review: De Visscher 1991b).

Edition Michael Frauenlob Bauer MFB 003-004 (two records). Empty Words (part IV). John Cage (reviews: Barrett, R. 1989; De Visscher 1990b; Schreiber, W. 1987a; Schulz 1987-1988; Uske 1987a; Uske 1987b).

Edition Michael Frauenlob Bauer MFB 2CD 003-004 (two CDs). Empty Words (part IV). John Cage (review: Hodges 1992).

Edition Michael Frauenlob Bauer MFB 014-015 (two records). The First Meeting of the Satie Society. John Cage, voice; Klaus Schning, voice; Amy Leverenz, voice; Grete Wehmeyer, piano; Bonner Ensemble fr Neue Musik, Toni Roeder, conductor (reviews: Barrett, R. 1989; De Visscher 1990b; Neue Musikzeitung 1988; Uske 1989).

Edition Michael Frauenlob Bauer MFB CD 018 (CD). Apartment House 1776 (Harmonies 5, 11, 14, 15, 18, 19, 21, 26, 28, 35, 38, 42, 44). Six Melodies. Irvine Arditti, violin; Stefan Hussong, accordion.

Edition Michael Frauenlob Bauer MFB 030-031 (two CDs, forthcoming). Music for Piano 1. Music for Piano 2. Music for Piano 3. Music for Piano 4-19. Music for Piano 20. Music for Piano 21-36/37-52. Music for Piano 53-68. Music for Piano 69-84. Herbert Henck.

Edition RZ 1002 (record). Cartridge Music. Mario Bertoncini (review: Suzuki, Dean 1991).

Edition RZ 1018-1019 (two CD set). Music for Piano 21-36/37-52 (Music for Piano 22, 21, 26, 36, Music for Piano 27, 21, 32, 36, Music for Piano 27, 21, 32, 35, 36, Music for Piano 21, 22, 26, 29, 34, 36). Variations II. David Tudor, piano and electronics. Music for Piano 21-36/37-52 (Music for Piano 27). Variations I. Winter Music. Christian Wolff, Duo for Pianists I (three performances). John Cage and David Tudor, pianos. John Cage and David Tudor in conversation with Mogens Andersen.

Edition RZ 4004 (CD). Music for Piano 53-68 (nos. 55-63). Music for Piano 69-84 (nos. 78-84). Herbert Henck.

Edition RZ 9006 (record, in 2 LP set RZ 9006-9007). Mureau (text). John Cage.

Edition RZ 20001 (Parallele 20001) (CD). Sonatas and Interludes. Mario Bertoncini.

Edition RZ 20006 (CD). In a Landscape. Gabriele Emde, harp.

Edition Wandelweiser Records EWR 9601 (CD, in two CD-set 9601-9602). Cheap Imitation (arrangement). Edwin Alexander Buchholz, accordion.

Edition Wandelweiser Records EWR 9607 (CD). Music for _ (Music for One). Jrg Frey, clarinet.

Edition Wandelweiser Records EWR 9901 (CD). Branches. Ensemble Daswirdas.

Edition Wandelweiser Records EWR 0401 (CD). Music for _ (Music for One). Kathryn Gleasman Pisaro, oboe.

Edition Wandelweiser Records EWR 0403-0404 (two CDs). One9 (arrangement). Edwin Alexander Buchholz, accordion.

Edition Wandelweiser Records EWR 0406 (CD). Cartridge Music. Ensemble Daswirdas.

Edition Wandelweiser Records EWR 0604 (CD). Seven. Ulrich Krieger, clarinet; Normisa Pereira da Silva, alto flute; Guy Vandromme, piano; Tobias Liebezeit, percussion; Burkhard Schlothauer, violin; Julia Eckhardt, viola; Marcus Kaiser, violoncello.

Edizioni Musicali Edi Pan PRC S20-08 (record). Music for Marcel Duchamp. A Valentine out of Season. Daniele Lombardi.

EigenArt 10220 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes (excerpts). Christoph Ulrich. Texts by Cage. Moritz Stoepel (review: Maier, T.M. 2000).

Electronic Music Foundation EMF CD 012 (CD). Voiceless Essay (excerpt). Issued with Leonardo Music Journal 8 (1999).

Electronic Music Foundation EMF CD 013 (CD). Bird Cage. William Blakeney. Includes conversation with Cage, Joel Chadabe, David Tudor, and several students of the State University of New York at Albany.

Electronic Music Foundation EMF CD 020 (CD). Double Music. University of Massachusetts, Lowell Percussion Ensemble. Jeffrey Fischer, conductor.

Electronic Music Foundation EMF CD 021 (CD). Reunion (two excerpts). David Behrman, John Cage, Lowell Cross, Marcel Duchamp, Teeny Duchamp, Gordon Mumma, David Tudor.

Electronic Music Foundation EMF Media CD 038 (CD). HPSCHD. Robert Conant, harpsichord. Joel Chadabe, realization (reference: Chadabe 2007).

Electronic Music Foundation EMF Media CD 039 (CD). Williams Mix. Larry Austin, realization.

Ellipsis Arts CD 3610 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes (Sonata XIV). Maro Ajemian.

Ellipsis Arts CD 3670 (first of three CDs). Williams Mix. Earle Brown, John Cage, David Tudor, realization.

Ellipsis Arts CD 3690 (first of three CDs [and DVD]). Williams Mix. Earle Brown, John Cage, David Tudor, realization.

EM Records EM1104CD (CD). Variations II. John Cage and David Tudor, piano and electronics.

EM Records EM1105CD (CD). Aria, Concert for Piano and Orchestra (Solo for Piano), and Fontana Mix (performed simultaneously). Yoko Ono, voice; David Tudor, piano; John Cage, electronics.

EM Records EM1106CD (CD). 0'00". John Cage.

EMI QIAG-50035-50037 (three CD set). Winter Music. Aki Takahashi.

EMI Electrola 1C 065-02 469 (record). Music for Amplified Toy Pianos. Gentle Fire. Music for Carillon No. 1. Music for Carillon No. 2. Music for Carillon No. 3. Graham Hearn.

EMI Electrola 1C 165-28 954 Y (record, in four-record set 28 954-28 957). Concert for Piano and Orchestra. Hermann Danuser, piano; Ensemble Musica Negativa; Rainer Riehn, conductor. Solo for Voice 1. Bell Imhoff. Solo for Voice 2. Doris Sandrock. Credo in Us. Imaginary Landscape No. 1. Ensemble Musica Negativa; Rainer Riehn, conductor. Rozart Mix. Ensemble Musica Negativa (review: Stahmer 1973).

EMI Electrola 1C 165-28 957 Y (record, in set 28954-28957). Cage interviewed by Hans G Helms (excerpts) (review: Stahmer 1973).

EMI Records His Masters Voice EL 2704521 (record). Hymns and Variations. Electric Phoenix (review: Samama 1987).

EMI Records His Masters Voice EL 2704524 (cassette). Hymns and Variations. Electric Phoenix.

Ensemble Artifex Collection 1 (CD). Six Melodies. Ensemble Artifex.

Ensemble Laborintus LABO 2001 (CD). Living Room Music. Ensemble Laborintus.

Equilibrium Recordings CD 03 (CD). Imaginary Landscape No. 3. University of Michigan Percussion Ensemble; Michael Udow, conductor.

Equilibrium Recordings CD 53 (CD). Music for _ (Music for Two). Jessica Johson, flute; Payton MacDonald, percussion.

Erato 4509-96386-2 (CD). Bacchanale. Michel Legrand.

Erol Records 7019 (CD). Four5. Ensemble de Saxophones Modulable Xasax.

Esperia E 008 (CD). A Flower. The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Sandro Naglia, tenor; Franco Pavan, lute and chitarrone.

Etcetera KTC 1137 (CD). Concert for Piano and Orchestra (Solo for Sliding Trombone). Fontana Mix. Ryoanji. Two5. James Fulkerson, trombone, bass trombone; Frank Denyer, piano, percussion (reviews: Silverton 1993a; Wilson, P.N. 1996).

Etcetera KTC 1229 (CD). Second Construction. Amsterdam Percussion Group.

Etcetera KTC 1429 (2 CDs). String Quartet in Four Parts (arrangement for baroque orchestra by Frank Agsteribbe, two performances). BRock.

Etcetera ETC 2001 (two records). Sonatas and Interludes. Grard Frmy (Baucke 1984).

Etcetera XTC 2001 (cassette). Sonatas and Interludes. Grard Frmy.

Etcetera KTC 2001 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes. Grard Frmy (reviews: Dickinson 1988; Gann 1988b; Holland 1987; Tarting 1988a).

Etcetera KTC 2016 (two CDs). 26'1.1499" for a String Player. Concert for Piano and Orchestra. A Dip in the Lake. Etudes Boreales. Lecture on Nothing. Variations I. Variations II. Variations III. Frances-Marie Uitti, violoncello, toy instruments, voice (reviews: Hodges 1992; Rossum 1994).

Etcetera KTC 3002 (three CDs). Apartment House 1776 (Imitation II). Atlas Eclipticalis. Concert for Piano and Orchestra. Five. Hymnkus. Music for _ (Music for Six). Seven2. Song Books (Solos for Voice 22, 79). Sonata for Clarinet. Sonata for Two Voices. Totem Ancestor. A Valentine out of Season. Marianne Schroeder, piano; Barton Workshop.

Ethos Percussion Group (CD). Third Construction. Ethos Percussion Group.

Everest LPBR 6132 (mono record). Variations IV. John Cage, David Tudor (reviews: Daniel 1966; Discus 1966).

Everest SDBR 3132 (record). Variations IV. John Cage, David Tudor (reviews: Daniel 1966; Discus 1966; Holmes 1980a).

Everest SDBR 3230 (record). Variations IV. John Cage, David Tudor (reviews: Daniel 1966; Frankenstein 1969; Holmes 1980a; Kolodin 1968b; Salzman 1969b; Salzman 1969d).

Evva 33011 (CD). Dream (arrangement). Guy Klucevsek, accordions.

Experiments in Art and Technology and ARTPIX (DVD). Variations VII. David Behrman, John Cage, Lowell Cross, Anthony Gnazzo, David Tudor.

Explore Records EXP0004 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes. John Tilbury.

Extraplatte EX 251-2 (CD). Sonata for Two Voices. Variations I. Klaus Obermaier, guitar; Robert Spour, piano.

Ewald Liska Soundrel DRE 90102 (CD). Some of The Harmony of Maine (excerpt). Exvoco, voices and electronics. Suite for Toy Piano (excerpts). Urs Liska. The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Theophil Maier, tenor; Ewald Liska, piano.

Fabbri GSdM 019 (record). Music Walk. Bruno Canino, Antonio Ballista.

Finnadar QD 9006 (quadraphonic record). Winter Music. George Flynn (review: R.C.M. 1975).

Finnadar SR 9007 (record). Dream (arrangement). Karen Phillips, viola (multitrack) (review: Pan Pipes of Sigma Alpha Iota 1976).

Finnadar SR 9017 (record). 27'10.554" for a Percussionist. Donald Knaack (review: Down Beat 1977).

Finnadar 90023-1 (record). Six Melodies. Eugene Gratovich, violin; George Flynn, piano.

Floating Earth FCD 004 (CD). 4'33". Wayne Marshall, piano.

Folkways FT 3704 (two mono records). Indeterminacy: New Aspect of Form in Instrumental and Electronic Music (text). John Cage. Concert for Piano and Orchestra (piano). David Tudor. Fontana Mix. John Cage, Marino Zuccheri, tape recordings (reviews: Kupferberg 1960; Masters 1959; Salzman 1960b; Time 1959; Yates 1960b).

Folkways FX 6160 (record, cassette or CD). Three Dances (no. 1). Henry Jacobs and unknown pianist (but probably Maro Ajemian, William Masselos).

Fontec FOCD 3494 (CD). Etudes Australes (Etude VIII). Experiences No. 1. Music of Changes (excerpt, part 1). Music Walk. Suite for Toy Piano. Tossed As It Is Untroubled. Water Music. Winter Music. Aki Takahashi, Yuji Takahashi.

Frame CD FR0138-2 (CD). Music of Changes (Book 1). Paolo Wolfgango Cremonte.

Fratelli Fabbri Editori La Musica Moderna MM 102 (25 cm record). String Quartet in Four Parts. Winter Music. Enzo Porta, Umberto Oliveti, violins; Emilio Poggioni, viola; Ida Gomez, violoncello. Bruno Canino, Antonio Ballista, pianos.

Fratelli Fabbri Editori La Musica Moderna MM 103 (25 cm record). Fontana Mix (magnetic tape). John Cage, realization.

Fratelli Fabbri Editori La Musica Moderna MM 109 (25 cm record). Music Walk. Bruno Canino, Antonio Ballista.

Free Music Production FMP CD 83 (CD). Aria. Fontana Mix. Franoise Kubler, voice; Accroche Note (review: Leeuwen 1997).

Furiant Records FMDC 4628-2 (CD). Music for Marcel Duchamp. Prelude for Meditation. Two2. Water Music. Erik Satie, Embryons desschs. Jack Behrens, piano (partly multitrack); John Cage, voice (in Satie).

Furore Verlag CD 7006 (CD). Variations II. Susanne Ehlers, violoncello and voice.

Future Music Records FMRCD 95C0602 (CD). In a Landscape (piano). Leon Michener.

Fylkingen FYLP X101-2 (two mono records). Sonatas and Interludes. Yuji Takahashi.

Fylkingen FYCD 1010 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes. Yuji Takahashi.

Galerie Rupert Walser (CD). Four6. Ulrike Brand, violoncello (multitrack). One12. John Cage.

Gamelan Pacifica (cassette). In a Landscape (arrangement). Gamelan Pacifica; Jarrad Powell.

Gasparo Records GSCD-346 (CD). Double Music. Third Construction. Meadows Percussion Ensemble; Robert Stroker, conductor.

Gaudeamus Foundation 71001 (record). Sonatas and Interludes (Sonatas V and XIII). Doris Hays.

Gaudeamus Foundation 571.308-2 (CD 2 in three-CD set). 59 1/2" for a String Player. Michael Bach, violoncello.

Gelbe Musik (record [pirate recording]). The City Wears a Slouch Hat (Columbia Radio Workshop in Chicago, 31 May 1942). Imaginary Landscape No. 2. Imaginary Landscape No. 3. Percussion Ensemble The Hague. Primitive. Richard Bunger.

Gerling 01158AA9 (CD). Living Room Music (Story). Singer Pur.

George Avakian KO8Y-1499-1504 (three records). Concert for Piano and Orchestra. David Tudor, piano; Andrew Lolya, alto flute, flute, piccolo; Albert Kaufman, clarinet in B flat; Sy Schwartzberg, bassoon, baritone saxophone; Melvyn Broiles, trumpets in F, E flat, D, C, and B flat; Frank Rehak, trombone; Don Butterfield, tubas in F and B flat; Anahid Ajemian, Allan Martin, Isadore Cohen, violins; Burton Fisch, William Gromko, violas; Joan Brockway, violoncello; Jesse Teiko, contrabass; Merce Cunningham, conductor. First Construction (in Metal). Manhattan Percussion Ensemble; David Tudor, piano; Merce Cunningham, assistant; Paul Price, conductor. Imaginary Landscape No. 1. John Cage, Xenia Cage, Doris Dennison, Margaret Jansen. Music for Carillon No. 1. David Tudor. She Is Asleep (Quartet and Duet). The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Manhattan Percussion Ensemble; Arline Carmen, contralto; John Cage, piano. Six Short Inventions. Andrew Lolya, alto flute; Albert Kaufman, clarinet; Melvyn Broiles, trumpet; Anahid Ajemian, violin; Burton Fisch, William Gromko, violas; Joan Brockway, violoncello; John Cage, conductor. Sonatas and Interludes (Sonatas I-VIII, First and Second Interlude). Maro Ajemian. Williams Mix. Earle Brown, John Cage, David Tudor, realization (reviews: Cohn, A. 1959-1960; Frankenstein 1960b; Goldman, A. 1962; Grunfeld 1960; Hambrus 1960-1961; Kupferberg 1960; Palmer, R. 1981; Roy 1960; Salzman 1960b; Thomson 1960a; Wilson, M. 1960; Yates 1960c).

Gertraud Scholz Verlag GSV CD 002 (CD). Composition in Retrospect (text, excerpt). John Cage.

Get Back GET 411 (two records). A Book of Music. Maro Ajemian, Joshua Pierce. Sonatas and Interludes. Joshua Pierce.

Get Back GET 412 (record). And the Earth Shall Bear Again. A Room (piano and prepared piano). Seven Haiku. She Is Asleep (Quartet and Duet). Totem Ancestor. Two Pastorales. Paul Price Percussion Ensemble; Jay Clayton, voice; Joshua Pierce, prepared piano, conductor.

Get Back GET 419 (two records). Etudes Australes (I-XVI). Grete Sultan.

Get Back GET 421 (three records). Empty Words (Part III). John Cage.

Get Back GET 5201 (record). 4'33". Music for Amplified Toy Pianos. Music for Marcel Duchamp. Radio Music. Sixty-two Mesostics re Merce Cunningham. Juan Hidalgo, Walter Marchetti, Gianni-Emilio Simonetti, Demetrio Stratos.

Get Back GET 5301 (record). Five Songs for Contralto (no. 3). Debbie Harry, voice; Joe McGinty, synthesizers. Indeterminacy: New Aspect of Form in Instrumental and Electronic Music (excerpts). John Cage. Indeterminacy: New Aspect of Form in Instrumental and Electronic Music (excerpt). David Byrne. Overpopulation and Art (excerpts). Jello Biafra. Silence (book, various excerpts). John Cage. The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Joey Ramone, voice; Don Yallach, percussion. A Year from Monday (book, various excerpts). John Cage.

Get Back GET 6117 (record). Cheap Imitation (piano). John Cage.

Giorno Poetry Systems Records GPS 001 (record and cassette, in two-record set GPS 001-002). Mushroom Haiku (text). Silence (book, excerpt). John Cage.

Giorno Poetry Systems Records GPS 003 (record and cassette, in two-record set GPS 003-004). Diary: How to Improve the World (You Will Only Make Matters Worse) Continued 1967 (excerpt). John Cage.

Giorno Poetry Systems Records GPS 005 (record and cassette). Mureau (text, excerpt). John Cage.

Giorno Poetry Systems Records GPS 009 (record and cassette, in two-record set GPS 008-009). Song (1970, text). John Cage.

Giorno Poetry Systems Records GPS 015 (record and cassette, in two-record set GPS 014-015). Writing through Finnegans Wake (text, excerpt). John Cage.

Giorno Poetry Systems Records GPS 018 (record and cassette, in two-record set GPS 018-019). Indeterminacy: New Aspect of Form in Instrumental and Electronic Music (excerpts). John Cage.

Globe GLO 5072 (CD). Quartet (first, third and fourth movements). Percussion Group The Hague.

Globe GLO 5086 (CD). First Construction (in Metal). Percussion Group The Hague.

Goddess Records GO-002 (record). In a Landscape (harp). Victoria Looseleaf.

Grafis & Fylkingen (cassette issued with Monastra 1979). Alla ricerca del silenzio perduto (excerpts). Various participants.

Gramavision Records GR 7006 (record). Party Pieces. Brooklyn Philharmonic; Lukas Foss, conductor (review: DuPree 1987b).

Greensye Music 4794 (CD). Dream. Sonatas and Interludes. Louis Goldstein (review: Carlson, El. 1997).

Gutingi GUT 506 (CD). 0'00". Dream. Etudes Australes (no. 1). Experiences No. 1. Five. In a Landscape (piano). Music for Amplified Toy Pianos. Music for Marcel Duchamp. Music of Changes (Part III). Mysterious Adventure. The Perilous Night (no. 1, 2, 5, 6). Two Pieces (ca. 1935). Water Music. Darln Bakke, Martin Drrie, Bernd Goetzke, Christoph Keymer, Tim Ovens, Tatjana Prelevic, Gerrit Zitterbart, pianos.

Halcyon HP-30104 (CD). Sonata for Clarinet. Charles Stier.

Harmonia Mundi France HM 730 (record). Sonatas and Interludes. Maro Ajemian (review: Dallas 1982a).

Harmonia Mundi France HM 40-730 (cassette). Sonatas and Interludes. Maro Ajemian.

Harmonia Mundi USA HMU 907187 (CD). 36 Acrostics re and not re Marcel Duchamp. Aria. Experiences No. 2. Five. Litany for the Whale. Music Walk. Song Books (Solos for Voice 22, 49, 52, 91). The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Theatre of Voices; Paul Hillier; Terry Riley (review: Dickinson 1998a).

Harmonia Mundi USA HMU 907279 (CD). 36 Acrostics re and not re Marcel Duchamp. Aria. Experiences No. 2. Five. Litany for the Whale. Music Walk. Song Books (Solos for Voice 22, 49, 52, 91). The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Theatre of Voices; Paul Hillier; Terry Riley.

Harmonia Mundi USA HMX 2907264 (CD). Song Books (Solo 49). Theatre of Voices.

Harmonia Mundi HMX2908182 (CD) or Harmonia Mundi HMX2908173.82 (10 CDs). Song Books (Solo for Voice 22). Theatre of Voices; Paul Hillier.

Harriton Carved Wax HCW 031 (CD). Apartment House 1776 (arrangement). Aria (arrangement). Song Books (solos 12, 17, 27, 43, 72, arrangements). Katharine Cartwright, voice; Richard Oppenheim, saxophone; Cameron Brown, bass; Bill Goodwin, drums; James Weidman, piano.

Harvard University Press (two cassettes and CD) [cassettes issued with Cage 1990f; CD issued with paperback edition of Cage 1990f, 1997]. I-VI (excerpt: Part IV). John Cage. Cage answering questions of students at Harvard University, first seminar, 1988 (review: Hodges 1992).

Harvestworks CM1788 (Tellus; 22) (cassette). Stratified Essay (excerpt). John Cage.

Hat Art CD 2-6071 and 2-6072 (two CDs in set 2-6070). 0'00". Peter Pfister, electronics. 26'1.1499" for a String Player. 27'10.554" for a Percussionist. 31'57.9864" for a Pianist. 34'46.776" for a Pianist. 45' for a Speaker. Two. Marianne Schroeder, Nils Vigeland, pianos; Robyn Schulkowsky, percussion; Frances-Marie Uitti, violoncello, voice; Eberhard Blum, flute. 26'1.1499" for a String Player. 27'10.554" for a Percussionist. 31'57.9864" for a Pianist. 34'46.776" for a Pianist. 45' for a Speaker (in German). Music for _ (as Music for Five). Eberhard Blum, flute, voice; Marianne Schroeder, Nils Vigeland, pianos; Robyn Schulkowsky, percussion; Frances-Marie Uitti, violoncello (reviews: Buholzer 1991; Coss 1991; Hinke 1992; Marttila 1992; Oehlschlgel 1992a; Sanio 1992b).

Hat Art CD 2-6095 (two CDs). Sixty-two Mesostics re Merce Cunningham. Eberhard Blum (reviews: Hodges 1992; Sanio 1992b; Silverton 1992; Wilson, P.N. 1996).

Hat Art CD 6101 (CD). Concert for Piano and Orchestra (Solo for Flute, Alto Flute, and Piccolo). Seven Haiku. Variations I. Eberhard Blum, piccolo, flute, alto flute, bass flute; Nils Vigeland, piano (reviews: Silverton 1993b; Wilson, P.N. 1996).

Hat Art CD 6111 (CD). Atlas Eclipticalis. Eberhard Blum, piccolo, flute and alto flute (reviews: Silverton and Ross 1992; Wilson, P.N. 1996).

Hat Art CD 6125 (CD). Fontana Mix. Solo for Voice 2. Eberhard Blum, voice, flute (reviews: Silverton 1993c; Wilson, P.N. 1996).

Hat Art CD 6129 (CD). Dream. Prelude for Meditation. Ryoanji. Two5. Ronald Dahinden, trombone; Hildegard Kleeb, piano, percussion.

Hat Art CD 6135 (CD). Fifty-eight. Pannonisches Blasorchester; Wim van Zutphen, director.

Hat Art CD 6141 (CD). Atlas Eclipticalis. Winter Music. Eberhard Blum, piccolo, flute and alto flute. Mats Persson, Steffen Schleiermacher, Kristine Scholz, Nils Vigeland.

Hat Art CD 6146 (CD). c C/omposed Improvisation. Jan Williams, snare drum. Variations II. Eberhard Blum, flute, sound objects (reviews: Allinson 1995; Janssen 1995c).

Hat Art CD 6159 (CD). Fourteen. Ryoanji. Ten. Ives Ensemble (reviews: Cazaban 1995; Fox, C. 1995; Janssen 1995c; Zimmerlin 1997).

Hat Art CD 6168 (CD). Quartets I-VIII (ninety-three instruments). Sixty-eight. Radio-Sinfonie-Orchester Frankfurt; Lucas Vis, conductor (reviews: Brandt 1996; Roth, Ma. 1996).

Hat Art CD 6176 (CD). Variations III (two performances). Eberhard Blum, flute and sound objects. Jan Williams, percussion.

Hat Art CD 6178 (CD). Five4. Four5. Marcus Weiss, Pierre-Stphane Meug, Jean-Michel Goury, Serge Bertocchi, saxophones; Christian Dierstein, Thomas Oesterdiekhoff, Bjrn Wilker, percussion (review: Zimmerlin 1997).

Hat Art CD 6179 (CD). But What about the Noise. Imaginary Landscape No. 1. Imaginary Landscape No. 2. Imaginary Landscape No. 3. Imaginary Landscape No. 4. Imaginary Landscape No. 5. Maelstrm Percussion Ensemble; Craig Bitterman; Eberhard Blum; Patti Cudd; Thomas Furminger; Erik Oa; Peter Pfister; Christopher Swist; Amy Williams; Jan Williams, conductor (reviews: Silverton 1996; Zimmerlin 1997).

Hat Art CD 6181 (CD). Music for Piano 21-36/37-52 (no. 52). Music for Piano 53-68 (nos. 53-56). David Tudor.

Hat Art CD 6183 (CD). Ryoanji. John Patrick Thomas, voice; Eberhard Blum, flute; Gudrun Reschke, oboe; Iven Hausmann, trombone; Robert Black, contrabass; Jan Williams, percussion (review: Zimmerlin 1997).

Hat Art CD 2-6192 (two CDs). Five2. Five5. Seven. Seven2. Two4. Two6. Ives Ensemble; Mayumi Miyata, sh (review: Zimmerlin 1997).

Hat[now]ART 133 (CD). Music of Changes. David Tudor.

Hat[now]ART 152 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes. James Tenney.

Heffleyrecords HR014 (CD). Ryoanji. Mike Heffley, trombone. Molly Sturges, voice. Chris Miller, rebab.

Heliodor 2549 009 (record). Variations I. Gerd Zacher, organ. Variations III. Gerd Zacher, Juan Allende-Blin, organ, percussion, wind instruments (review: Holmes 1981c).

Hendrik Niehoff HNB 890524/P + O - Pallas 3640-A (CD). One (arrangement). Souvenir. Huub ten Hacken, organ.

Hungaroton SLPX 12569 (record). Sonatas and Interludes (Sonatas V, XIII, XI, XIV-XV). Klra Krmendi.

Hungaroton HCD 12569-2 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes (Sonatas V, XIII, XI, XIV-XV). Klra Krmendi (review: Gann 1987a).

Hungaroton SLPD 12800 (record). Second Construction. Amadinda Percussion Group.

Hungaroton MK 12800 (cassette). Second Construction. Amadinda Percussion Group.

Hungaroton HCD 12855 (CD). Second Construction. Amadinda Percussion Group.

Hungaroton SLPD 12893 (record). Music for Piano 4-19. Zoltn Jeney. Music for Piano 21-36/37-52. Andrs Wilheim, Lszl Vidovszky. Music for Piano 53-68. Lszl Sry. Music for Piano 69-84. Barnabs Dukay. Thirty Pieces for Five Orchestras. Szombatelyi Szimfonikus Zenekar; Lszl Tihanyi, Dieter Kempe, Zsolt Serei, Katalin Doman, Mark Foster, conductors; Pter Etvs, director (reviews: Ear 1988; Gann 1988b; Griffiths, P. 1988; Leukert 1989; Suzuki, Dean 1988; Uske 1989).

Hungaroton HCD 12893 (CD). Music for Piano 4-19. Zoltn Jeney. Music for Piano 21-36/37-52. Andrs Wilheim, Lszl Vidovszky. Music for Piano 53-68. Lszl Sry. Music for Piano 69-84. Barnabs Dukay. Thirty Pieces for Five Orchestras. Szombatelyi Szimfonikus Zenekar; Lszl Tihanyi, Dieter Kempe, Zsolt Serei, Katalin Doman, Mark Foster, conductors; Pter Etvs, director.

Hungaroton SLPD 12991 (record). 4'33". Amores. Double Music. Third Construction. Amadinda Percussion Group; Zoltn Kocsis, prepared piano (review: Stewart 1989).

Hungaroton MK 12991 (cassette). 4'33". Amores. Double Music. Third Construction. Amadinda Percussion Group; Zoltn Kocsis, prepared piano.

Hungaroton HCD 12991 (CD). 4'33". Amores. Double Music. Third Construction. Amadinda Percussion Group; Zoltn Kocsis, prepared piano (review: Devereaux 1990a).

Hungaroton HCD 31844 (CD). Double Music. First Construction (in Metal). Imaginary Landscape No. 1. Living Room Music. Quartet. Second Construction. Trio. Amadinda Percussion Group.

Hungaroton HCD 31845 (CD). Amores. Credo in Us. A Flower. Forever and Sunsmell. Imaginary Landscape No. 2. Imaginary Landscape No. 3. She Is Asleep (Quartet and Duet). Third Construction. The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Amadinda Percussion Group; Katalin Krolyi, voice; Aurl Holl, piano; Zoltn Kocsis, prepared piano.

Hungaroton HCD 31846 (CD). Four4. Amadinda Percussion Group (review: Percussive Notes 2001).

Hungaroton HCD 31847 (CD). 27'10.554 for a Percussionist. Fads and Fancies in the Academy. Four Dances. Amadinda Percussion Group. Zoltn Kocsis, piano. Zoltn Gavodi, tenor.

Hungaroton HCD 31848 (CD). Dance Music for Elfrid Ide. One4. Quartet. Six. Three2. Amadinda Percussion Group. Zoltn Kocsis, piano (review: Haskins 2008a).

Hungaroton HCD 31849 (CD). Branches. But What About the Noise. Child of Tree. c C/omposed Improvisation (version for bass guitar and snare drum). c C/omposed Improvisation (version for snare drum and one-sided drums with or without jangles). Five4. Haikai (1986). Amadinda Percussion Group (Zoltn Rcz, Kroly Bojtos, Aurl Holl, Zoltn Vczi); New Music Studio (Barnabs Dukay, Zoltn Jeney, Lszl Sry, Lszl Vidovszky, Andrs Wilheim), percussion; Kornl H. Magyar, Pter Ndori, Mtys Szab, Lszl Tmskzi, percussion; Gergely Ittzs, suling; Tams Barabs, bass guitar; Lszl Ds, soprano saxophone; Mihly Borbly, alto saxophone (review: Haskins 2011a; Rhring 2012).

Hungaroton HCD 32090 (CD, in three CD-set 32088-32090). Sonatas and Interludes (Sonata V). Klra Krmendi.

IB Office 3 (cassette). 4'33". Aldo Orvieto, piano.

ICA 02 (record). Cartridge Music (excerpt). John Cage, David Tudor (multitrack).

Ictus N0022 (record). Amores (II and III). Double Music. First Construction. Third Construction. Ensemble Percussione Ricerca (Aurelio Corradini, Eddy De Fanti, Gottardo Paganin, Guido Vianello, Paolo Zanella); Carlo Rebeschin, piano.

IMC Vision IMC319D (DVD and VHS video). Imaginary Landscape No. 1. Musicircus (excerpts). Unknown musicians.

In Situ IS 190 (CD). In A Landscape (harp). Hlne Breschand.

ITM 950008 (CD). Concert for Piano and Orchestra (solo for piano). Music for Piano 4-19. Music for Piano 20. Music for Piano 21-36/37-52. Variations I. Steffen Schleiermacher.

ITM 950030 (CD). Aria. The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Sigune von Osten, soprano; Armin Fuchs, piano.

ITM 950031 (CD). One (two performances). Two2. Josef Christof, Steffen Schleiermacher (review: Meyer-Hoffmann 1995).

Janice Jackson JJ 00452 (CD). Seven Haiku. Simon Docking.

Jasrac R-240129 (CD). Winter Music. Hiroyuki Abe, Seiji Akasaka, Keiko Fujishima, Chikako Fukuoka, Uki Iwasaki, Yuko Katsumata, Kiyo Kinugawa, Yasuhiko Komuro, Naojiro Marutani, Yoji Matsuzono, Yayoi Minamikawa, Kiyotaka Miyoshi, Masami Noda, Tatsuo Okamoto, Masakazu Otani, Chizuru Tani, Akemi Yamagami, Kaoru Yamamoto, Kumiko Yamauchi, Kayoko Yokoyama.

Jecklin D-537 (record). She Is Asleep (Duet). Erika Radermacher, voice; Urs Peter Schneider, prepared piano.

Jecklin D-538 (record). Variations II. Erika Radermacher, Urs Peter Schneider, studio equipment and record.

John Cage Trust JC 433-2012 (three 45 rpm records, limited edition of 433 copies). Sonatas and Interludes. Nurit Tilles.

Jornadas de Msica Experimental JME-ME 2 (in two record set JME-ME 1 and JME ME 2). Variations II. Pedro Echarte, Horacio Vaggione, percussion, tapes and live electronics. Variations II. Gerardo Gandini, Antonio Tauriello, pianos and various sound sources.

JVC Classics WEA 6510 (CD). Experiences No. 1. Ishiro Nodaira, Yumiko Meguri.

K&K Verlagsanstalt KuK 98 (CD). Five. Song Books. Singer Pur. Go Guitars.

Karlrecords KR029 (two records, limited edition of 500 copies, WAV, FLAC, MP3 downloads). Song Books (complete). Reinhold Friedl, voice and various objects. Rashad Becker, feedback cabinet, live electronics.

Karnatic Lab Records KLR 015 (CD). Third Construction. Ear Massage.

Kingrecords KIBM 1031 (DVD). Ryoanji. Kojun Arai, Koshin Ebihara, Yusho Kojima, voices. Yasunori Yamaguchi, percussion.

Kingrecords KKCC 4292 (CD). _, _ _ Circus on _ [Roaratorio].

KK Records KK 115 (CD). 4'33". Lassigue Bendthaus, electronics.

Klett 92 422 (record). Williams Mix. Earle Brown, John Cage, David Tudor, realization.

Koch International Classics 3-7104-2H1 (CD). ASLSP. In a Landscape. Nowth upon Nacht. Ophelia. Primitive. A Room. Root of an Unfocus. Tossed As It Is Untroubled. Two Pieces for Piano (1935). The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Anthony De Mare, piano, prepared piano, and voice (reviews: L. 1993; Schwarz, K. R. 1992).

Koch International Classics 3-7130-2 H1 (CD). Apartment House 1776 (Thirteen Harmonies, XVIII, XXV or XLII, V, XI, XIV, XV, XIX, XXI, XXVI, XXVIII, XXXV, XXXVIII, XLIV; two performances). Roger Zahab, violin; Eric Moe, piano, harpsichord, portative organ.

Koch International Classics 3-7238-2 Y6x2 (two CDs). 4'33". Frank Zappa, piano. Aria. Meredith Monk. Concert for Piano and Orchestra (three performances). Earle Brown, trumpet. Living Room Music. David Van Tieghem. Thirty Pieces for String Quartet (excerpt). Kronos Quartet. Three Dances (first movement). Patrick Moraz, Charles Tumer. Time to Walk in Space (text, excerpts). Laurie Anderson, voice and electronics (reviews: Fricke, D. 1994; Richards, D. 1994).

Koch Schwann 3-1153-2 (CD). Music for Wind Instruments. Aulos-Blserquintett.

Koch Schwann K 3-6714-2-G (CD). Music for _. Werner Brtschi, piano; Martin Mumelter, violin; Wen-sin Yang, violoncello (reviews: Smith, K. 1999).

KomistA KR-4 (record issued with Cage and Sterneck 1992). Five Hanau Silence. Wolfgang Sterneck, KomistA, realization.

Kontrapunkt KON 32002 (CD). Music for Wind Instruments. Esbjerg Ensemble.

Korm Plastics KP 3005 (CD). 4'33". Pauline Oliveros; Deep Listening Band; Abel-Steinberg-Winant Trio; The Hub; thirteen guest artists. 4'33". Clive Graham. 4'33". Toshiya Tsunoda. 4'33". Alignment (Radboud Mens, Mark Poysden).

Labor Records LRS 7004-LRS 7005 (two records). A Book of Music. Maro Ajemian, Joshua Pierce. Sonatas and Interludes. Joshua Pierce.

Labor Records LAB 7037 (two CDs, CD 1). Music of Changes (Book I). The Perilous Night. Grete Sultan.

Labor Records LAB 7038 (two CDs, CD 2). Etudes Australes (excerpts, no. 6, 8, 12, 32). Grete Sultan.

Largo 5132 (CD). Four Walls. John McAlpine, piano; Beth Griffiths, voice (Lange 1996a).

Laska Records (CD). Cheap Imitation (piano, first movement). Tomone Yazaki.

Legacy International CD 439 (CD). Variations IV. John Cage, David Tudor.

Limen LIM 02 (CD). Sonata for Clarinet. Crescenzo Langella.

Long Arms Records CDLA 02048 (CD). Four Walls. Alexei Lubimov, piano; Marianne Pousseur, soprano.

Lovely Music VR 2051-VR 2052 (two records). Freeman Etudes (I-XVI). Jnos Ngyesy (reviews: Hahn, S. 1985; Uske 1987b).

Lovely Music CD 2051-CD 2052 (two CDs). Freeman Etudes (I-XVI). Jnos Ngyesy.

Lovely Music CD 2053 (CD). Music of Changes. Joseph Kubera.

Mainstream MS 5005 (record). Aria. Fontana Mix. Cathy Berberian, mezzo-soprano; John Cage, Marino Zuccheri, magnetic tapes.

Mainstream MS 5011 (record). Amores. Double Music. Lou Harrison, Canticle No. 1. William Russell, Three Cuban Pieces. Three Dance Movements. Manhattan Percussion Ensemble; John Cage, prepared piano, conductor.

Mainstream MS 5015 (record). Cartridge Music. John Cage, David Tudor (multitrack) (review: Daniel 1964).

Mainstream MS 5016 (record). Six Melodies. Paul Zukofsky, violin; Gilbert Kalish, piano (review: Salzman 1974b).

Manifesto CD 110 (CD). And the Earth Shall Bear Again. Dream. In a Landscape. Music for Marcel Duchamp. A Room. The Seasons (excerpts). Totem Ancestor. Maurizio Grandinetti, guitar.

Mass Art M-133 (record). Fontana Mix (four performances). Max Neuhaus, percussion and electronics.

Materiali Sonori Sonora CD 0493 (CD). Concert for Piano and Orchestra. Giancarlo Cardini, piano. Music for Amplified Toy Pianos. Winter Music. Giancarlo Cardini, Daniele Lombardi. Ryoanji. Stefano Scodanibbio, contrabass. Solo for Voice 2. Francesca della Monica. Two. Roberto Fabbriciani, flute; Giancarlo Cardini, piano. Variations I. Roberto Fabbriciani, bass flute.

Materiali Sonori MASO CD 90083 (CD). Concert for Piano and Orchestra. Paolo Carlini, bassoon; Mauro Castellano, piano. In a Landscape. Mauro Castellano, piano.

Materiali Sonori MASO CD 90115 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes. Giancarlo Cardini.

Megadisc Classics MDC 7799 (CD). Four3. Four6. Thirteen. Barton Workshop.

Megadisc Classics MDC 7801 (CD). Fourteen. Seven. Ten. Three2. Barton Workshop.

Megadisc Classics MDC 7803 (CD). Eight. One4. Two. Barton Workshop.

Megadisc Classics MDC 7815 (CD). Five. Five2. Five3. Five4. Five5. Barton Workshop.

Melisma Musik Wiesbaden MELI 7163-2 (CD). Three Pieces for Flute Duet. Mnchner Fltenduo (Elisabeth Weinzierl, Edmund Wchter).

Meltdown MPA-1 (record). Empty Words (part IV, excerpts). John Cage (reviews: Keyboard 1987; Sound on Sound 1986).

Membran Quadromania 222190-444 (four CDs, CD 3). Sonatas and Interludes. John Damgaard.

Mesostics MESCD-0011 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes. Kumi Wakao.

Mesostics MESCD-0012 (CD). Five. Moniek Darge, electric violin; Godfried-Willem Raes, clarinet; Kumi Wakao, piano; Tazuko Kobayashi, keyboard harmonica; Rii Numata, voice.

Mesostics MESCD-0013 (CD). Aria. Jolle Landre. Concert for Piano and Orchestra. Jolle Landre, contrabass; Kumi Wakao, piano. Five. Tamaho Miyake, Rii Numata, Haruhiko Okabe, Daisuke Terauchi, Misaki Uenari, glass bottles tuned with water. Fontana Mix. One. Kumi Wakao.

Metatron Press MPCD101 (CD). Song Books. Comma.

MG-Sound 5356405 (CD). Four5. Wiener Saxophon-Quartett.

Minerva M1 (matrix number Musica MIN JC A IU S/MIN JC B IU) (record). Concert for Piano and Orchestra (excerpt). Gunnar Westberg, piano; unknown ensemble; Carl Bjrnsson, conductor. First Construction (in Metal). Imaginary Landscape No. 1. Unknown ensemble; Carl Bjrnsson, conductor. Music for Carillon No. 1. Tove Ullman. Sonatas and Interludes (excerpts, four sonatas). Sig Bergman. Williams Mix. Earle Brown, John Cage, David Tudor, realization.

Mode 1-2 (two records). Etudes Boreales (three versions). Michael Pugliese, piano; Frances-Marie Uitti, violoncello. Ryoanji. Isabelle Ganz, mezzo-soprano; Michael Pugliese, percussion (reviews: Diliberto 1986; Ericson 1985; Hayman, R.I.P. 1987; Rockwell 1987; Schaefer, J. 1985; Suzuki, Dean 1986).

Mode 3-6 (four records). Atlas Eclipticalis. Winter Music. New Performance Group of the Cornish Institute; John Cage, conductor (reviews: Rockwell 1987; Shere 1987a; Tarting 1988b).

Mode 3-6 (three [sic] CDs). Atlas Eclipticalis. Winter Music. New Performance Group of the Cornish Institute; John Cage, conductor. Atlas Eclipticalis. Wesleyan Symphony Orchestra; Arditti Quartet; Hartt Contemporary Chamber Players; Melvin Strauss, conductor. Winter Music. Callithumpian Consort: Alanna Battat, Johanna Kovitz, Guy Livingston, Mina Yang, pianos (multitrack). Stephen Drury, director.

Mode 15 (CD). In the Name of the Holocaust. Primitive. Margaret Leng Tan (reviews: Bernstein, T. 2001; Gann 1989a; Gann 1989b; Glickman 1992; Kosman 1989; Talman 1990a).

Mode 17 (CD). Music for _ (Music for Four). Thirty Pieces for String Quartet. Arditti String Quartet (reviews: Devereaux 1990b; Hodges 1994; Swed 1989).

Mode 18 (CD). Haikai (flute and zoomoozophone). Newband: Stefani Starin, flute; Dean Drummond, zoomoozophone (review: Gann 1991b).

Mode 24 (CD). Cartridge Music. Five Stone Wind. Takehisa Kosugi, amplified violin, bamboo flute, live electronics; Michael Pugliese, clay pots, tapes, live electronics; David Tudor, live electronics (reviews: Hodges 1994; Ramos 2004; Wire 1998).

Mode 25 (CD). Music for _ (Music for Four). Kory Grossman, Christopher Nappi, Michael Pugliese, William Trigg, percussion.

Mode 27 (CD). Four. String Quartet in Four Parts. Arditti Quartet (reviews: Hodges 1994; Rich 1993).

Mode 28-29 (two CDs). _, _ _ Circus on _. Writing for the Second Time through Finnegans Wake. John Cage, voice; Joe Heaney, singer; Samus Ennis, uillean pipes; Paddy Glackin, fiddle; Matt Malloy, flute; Peadher Mercier, Mell Mercier, bodhran; John Cage, John David Fullemann, realization of tapes (Roaratorio, an Irish circus on Finnegans Wake) (reviews: Hodges 1994; Ramos 2004).

Mode 31 (CD). Sports (Perpetual Tango, five realizations). Hayde Schvartz.

Mode 32 (CD). Freeman Etudes (I-XVI). Irvine Arditti (review: Silverton 1995a).

Mode 36 (CD). Europera 5. Martha Herr, soprano; Gary Burgess, tenor; Yvar Mikhashoff, piano; Jan Williams, Victrola; Don Metz, tape operator (review: La Barbara 1995).

Mode 37 (CD). Freeman Etudes (XVII-XXXII). Irvine Arditti (review: Silverton 1995a).

Mode 38-39 (two CDs). Europeras 3 & 4. Long Beach Opera; Andrew Culver, director (reviews: Janssen 1995b; La Barbara 1995).

Mode 41 (CD). 1O1. Apartment House 1776. Walter Buckingham, Darrell Dunn, Semenya McCord, Chiam Parchi, voices; New England Conservatory Philharmonia. Ryoanji. Fenwick Smith, flute; Michael Miller, oboe; Petur Eiriksson, bass trombone; Anthony DAmico, contrabass; Avant-Garde Ensemble of New England Conservatory; Stephen Drury, conductor.

Mode 44 (CD). Four3. One5. Two6. Ami Flammer, violin and rainsticks; Martine Joste, piano and rainsticks; Dominique Alchourroun, piano and rainsticks; Jean Michaut, rainsticks.

Mode 47 (CD). Music for _ (Music for Two). Music Walk. One. One5. Stephen Drury.

Mode 50 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes. Philipp Vandr (reviews: Dickinson 1997; Lange 1996b; Zimmerlin 1997).

Mode 55 (CD). A Chant with Claps. The City Wears a Slouch Hat. Fads and Fancies in the Academy. Essential Music. Paul Schmidt (review: Zimmerlin 1997).

Mode 57 (CD). Concert for Piano and Orchestra. David Tudor, piano; Ensemble Modern; Ingo Metzmacher, conductor. Concerto for Prepared Piano and Chamber Orchestra. Fourteen. Stephen Drury, piano; Callithumpian Consort; Charles Peltz, director (reviews: Cox, Christopher 1999; Goldstein, L. 1999; Zimmerlin 1997).

Mode 63 (CD). ASLSP. Cheap Imitation. The Seasons. Stephen Drury, piano (review: Goldstein, L. 1999).

Mode 71 (CD). Ear for Ear. Five. Four2 (two performances). Four Solos for Voice. Hymns and Variations. Living Room Music. Ars Nova, voices; Gert Sorensen, percussion; Tams Vet, conductor.

Mode 75 (CD). Five3. Monique Buzzart, trombone; Arditti String Quartet.

Mode 84-85 (two CDs). Art Is Either a Complaint or Do Something Else. Series re Morris Graves. What You Say (texts). John Cage (reviews: Distler 2000 ca.; Kostelanetz 2000c).

Mode 86 (CD). Etcetera. Etcetera 2/4 Orchestras. New England Conservatory Symphony Orchestra, Callithumpian Consort; Tamara Brooks, Marsha Hassett, Charles Peltz, Laurie K. Redmer, conductors.

Mode 88 (CD). Two4 (two performances). Mayumi Miyata, sh; Irvine Arditti, violin; Stephen Drury, piano (review: Nelson, C. 2001).

Mode 100 (CD). Eight Whiskus (violin). Nocturne. One10. Six Melodies. Two6. Irvine Arditti, violin; Stephen Drury, piano.

Mode 104 (CD). Five. Five4. Four5. Hymnkus. Ryoanji (arrangement). Ulrich Krieger, Tobias Rger, Reimar Volker, Kathrin Wagner, saxophones; Mario Bertoncini, Reinhold Friedl, piano; Gerhard Scherer, accordion; Friedemann Werzlau, Raymond Kaczynski, Andreas Peters, percussion.

Mode 106 (CD). Ad Lib. Jazz Study. Music for Marcel Duchamp. One2. Totem Ancestor. Triple Paced No. 1. Triple Paced No. 2. Works of Calder. Margaret Leng Tan, piano and prepared piano; Burgess Meredith, narrator; John Cage, percussion and tape collage (reviews: Clavier 2005; Haskins 2002; Johnson, Ph. 2003; Wieschollek 2003).

Mode 108 (CD). One9. 108. Mayumi Miyata, sh; WDR Sinfonieorchester Kln; Ken Takaseki & Harry Vogt, coaching.

Mode 118 (CD). Chorals. One6. Irvine Arditti.

Mode 123 (CD). Four Walls. Soliloquy. Three Easy Pieces. Hayde Schvartz, piano; Jack Bruce, voice.

Mode 129 (CD). Lecture on Nothing. Variations I. Variations II. Variations III. Motion Ensemble; Helen Pridmore, voice.

Mode 130 (DVD). Fourteen. Ives Ensemble. Overpopulation and Art with Ryoanji. John Cage, Isabelle Ganz and Michael Pugliese (reviews: Boutwell 2007; Oestreich 2004). See also under Scheffer and Culver 1995 in Films.

Mode 141 (CD). One8. Michael Bach.

Mode 144-145 (two CDs). Apartment House 1776 (44 Harmonies). Cheap Imitation. Arditti Quartet; Irvine Arditti, violin.

Mode 147 (CD). Music of Changes. Seven Haiku. Suite for Toy Piano. Martine Joste.

Mode 158 (DVD). Chess Pieces. Sonatas and Interludes. Margaret Leng Tan (review: Boutwell 2007; Gentry 2007).

Mode 160 (CD). Atlas Eclipticalis. Composition for Three Voices. Concert for Piano and Orchestra. Solo with Obbligato Accompaniment of Two Voices in Canon, and Six Short Inventions on the Subjects of the Solo. Sonata for Two Voices. Two. Ulrich Krieger, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone; unknown musicians on accordion, clarinet, English horn, piano, violoncello (multitrack).

Mode 174 (DVD). 103. WDR Sinfonieorchester Kln. Arturo Tamayo. Spoleto Festival Orchestra. John Kennedy (review: Boutwell 2007).

Mode 180-181 (two CDs). And the Earth Shall Bear Again. Bacchanale. Daughters of the Lonesome Isle. In the Name of the Holocaust. Music for Marcel Duchamp. Mysterious Adventure. Our Spring Will Come. The Perilous Night. Prelude for Meditation. Primitive. A Room (prepared piano). Root of an Unfocus. Spontaneous Earth. Tossed As It Is Untroubled. Totem Ancestor. Two Pastorales. The Unavailable Memory of. A Valentine out of Season. Philipp Vandr, prepared piano.

Mode 186 (CD). Solo with Obbligato Accompaniment of Two Voices in Canon, and Six Short Inventions on the Subjects of the Solo. Three. Trio Dolce.

Mode 193 (CD). Two2. Rob Haskins, Laurel Karlik Sheehan (review: Goldstein, L. 2009).

Mode 200 (CD). Empty Words. Music for Piano. One7. John Cage, voice. Yvar Mikhashoff, piano.

Mode 204 (DVD). 49 Waltzes for the Five Boroughs. Don Gillespie, Roberta Friedman and Gene Caprioglio.

Mode 221 (CD or DVD). Dream (arrangement for toy piano and piano). Suite for Toy Piano (toy piano). Margaret Leng Tan.

Mode 222-223 (2 CDs). 4'33" (version for saxophone trio, two performances). Cartridge Music (instrumental version for 4 saxophones, violin, viola, cello, contrabass, accordion, piano, percussion). Fontana Mix (electronic version). Fontana Mix (instrumental version for: bass-flute, contra-bass flute, bass-clarinet, contrabass-clarinet, bass-saxophone, contrabass-saxophone). Four6 (version for amplified saxophone quartet). One7 (version for sopranino, soprano, alto, tenor, baritone and toy saxophones). Party Pieces (arrangement for saxophone quartet. Sculptures Musicales (version for saxophone, clarinet, bass clarinet, accordion, percussion, piano, violin, viola, cello, didjeridu, various wind instruments, amplified objects, electronics). Ulrich Krieger, saxophones; Intersax; other musicians (review: Wieschollek 2011).

Mode 229 (CD and DVD). Credo in Us (two performances). Imaginary Landscape No. 1 (two performances). Imaginary Landscape No. 2. Imaginary Landscape No. 3. Imaginary Landscape No. 4 (three performances). Imaginary Landscape No. 5 (two performances). Percussion Group Cincinnati.

Mode 239 (CD). Five. Seven. Thirteen. Essential Music. John Kennedy and Charles Wood, directors (review: Haskins 2012d).

Mode 243 (CD or DVD). First Construction (in Metal). Living Room Music. Quartet. Second Construction. Third Construction. Trio. Third Coast Percussion.

Mode 253-254 (two CDs or DVD). ASLSP. Organ2/ASLSP. Some of The Harmony of Maine. Souvenir. DVD also includes 4'33". Gary Verkade, organ.

Mode 258 (DVD). Variations V (two performances). John Cage, David Tudor and Gordon Mumma (review: Hster 2013).

Mode 259 (CD). Haiku. Sixteen Dances (version for piano solo, ed. by Walter Zimmermann). Jovita Zhl, piano. Thomas Meixner, percussion.

Mode 272 (CD). Branches. c C/omposed Improvisation (version for bass guitar, snare drum, and one-sided drum [two performances]; version for bass guitar; version for snare drum; version for one-sided drums). Child of Tree. One4. DArcy Philip Gray, percussion and bass guitar.

Mode 289 (audio DVD issued with Cage/Feldman 1993, 2nd rev. ed. 2015). Radio Happenings (Cage and Morton Feldman in conversation). All Sides of the Small Stone. Cheap Imitation (two performances: piano and an unpublished arrangement by Morton Feldman for piano, flute and piccolo and glockenspiel). Sports (Perpetual Tango and Swinging). Aki Takahashi, piano. Margaret Lancaster, flutes. David Shively, percussion.

Mode 296 (CD and Bluray). 27'10.554" for a Percussionist with 45' for a Speaker (as 51'15.657" for a Speaking Percussionist). A Flower. Music for _ (Music for Two). The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Bonnie Whiting, voice, percussion, piano.

Mode forthcoming (CD or DVD). Song Books.

Mode forthcoming (CD). Concert for Piano and Orchestra [Solo for Piano]. David Tudor.

Monash Music (CD). Seven. Re-Sound.

Montaigne Nave MO 782139 (CD). Four. Arditti String Quartet.

Montaigne Nave MO 782121 (CD). 59 1/2" for a String Player. A Flower. Ryoanji. The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Jolle Landre, contrabass and voice; L Quan Ninh, percussion.

Moss Music Group D-MMG 105 (record). First Construction (in Metal). London Percussion Ensemble; Harold Farberman, conductor.

Mller & Schade M&S 5019/2 (CD). Five. Hans Eugen Frischknecht, organ.

Museum Music MM117 (CD). Atlas Eclipticalis (excerpt). Musicians unknown.

Music and Arts Programs of America CD-875 (CD). Eight Whiskus (voice). Four6. Music for _ (Music for Three). John Cage, voice; Joan La Barbara, voice, percussion; Leonard Stein, piano, whistles, voice, percussion; William Winant, percussion.

Music and Arts Programs of America CD-937 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes. Julie Steinberg.

Music and Arts Programs of America CD-1030 (CD). 4'33" (two performances). Variations II. Deep Listening Band.

Music Edition Winter & Winter 910 080-2 (CD). Cheap Imitation (1969). Dream. Souvenir. Teodoro Anzellotti, accordion.

Music Factory Enterprises MFE Records MFE-11352 [or 11354?] (CD). 49 Waltzes for the Five Boroughs (49 Waltzes for Tokyo). Robert Moran and Jeffrey Calhoon, realization.

Music Masters Digital MMD 20105 W (record). Dream (excerpt). Leo Smit.

Music Masters Digital MMD 60105 M (CD). Dream (excerpt). Leo Smit.

Musica Rediviva MRCD 101 (CD). In a Landscape (arrangement). Daniel Berg, marimba.

Musical Heritage Society MHS 4187 (record). Bacchanale. Richard Bunger.

Musical Heritage Society MHS 7534 (record). Dream (excerpt). Leo Smit.

Musical Observations CP2/3-5 (three record set). Winter Music. Aki Takahashi.

Musical Observations CP2/7 (record). Cheap Imitation. Chorals. Paul Zukofsky (review: Johnson, Tom 1981a).

Musical Observations CP2/12 (record). Freeman Etudes (I-VIII). Paul Zukofsky (reviews: Halier 1986; Uske 1987b).

Musical Observations CP2/15 (record). Sixteen Dances. Robert Aitken, flute; Otto Armin, violin; Peter Schenkman, violoncello; James Spragg, trumpet; Marc Widner, piano; Nexus Percussion Group; Paul Zukofsky, conductor.

Musical Observations CP2/103 (CD). Cheap Imitation. Chorals. Freeman Etudes (I-VIII). Paul Zukofsky (reviews: Dickinson 1992; Hodges 1992; Ross, A. 1993b).

Musical Observations CP2/108 (CD). Nocturne. Paul Zukofsky, violin; Gilbert Kalish, piano.

Musical Observations CP2/112 (CD). Sixteen Dances. Robert Aitken, flute; Otto Armin, violin; Peter Schenkman, violoncello; James Spragg, trumpet; Marc Widner, piano; Nexus Percussion Group; Paul Zukofsky, conductor.

Musicworks 52 (CD). Atlas Eclipticalis (excerpt). John Chowning, percussion; Stuart Dempster, trombone; Douglas Leedy, horn; Robert Mackler, viola, viola damore; Pauline Oliveros, horn and tuba; Loren Rush, contrabass; Stanley Shaff, trumpet; Linn Subotnick, viola; Morton Subotnick, clarinet; Ian Underwood, flute, piccolo; Jack Van der Wyck, timpani; Ramon Sender, conductor; Michael Callahan, electronics. Europera 5 (excerpt). Jane Leibel, soprano; Darryl Edwards, tenor; Jack Behrens, piano. In a Landscape, One (arrangement for string piano). Margaret Leng Tan. Winter Music. Warner Jepson, Dwight Pelzer, Ann Riley, David Tudor, pianos; Michael Callahan, electronics.

Musicworks 86 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes [Third Interlude, Sonata IX-XII]. James Tenney.

Musikproduktion Dabringhaus und Grimm MDG 613 0701-2 (CD). Aria. Salome Kammer. Five (two performances). Music for _ (Music for Eight). Ensemble Avantgarde; Salome Kammer, voice. String Quartet in Four Parts. Leipziger Streichquartett.

Musikproduktion Dabringhaus und Grimm MDG 613 0781-2 (first of three CDs). And the Earth Shall Bear Again. Bacchanale. In the Name of the Holocaust. Our Spring Will Come. The Perilous Night. Primitive. A Room (prepared piano). Root of an Unfocus. Tossed As It Is Untroubled. Totem Ancestor. Steffen Schleiermacher (reviews: Dickinson 1998b; Saxer 2001).

Musikproduktion Dabringhaus und Grimm MDG 613 0782-2 (second of three CDs). Daughters of the Lonesome Isle. Music for Marcel Duchamp. Mysterious Adventure. Prelude for Meditation. Spontaneous Earth. Triple-Paced No. 2. Two Pastorales. The Unavailable Memory of. A Valentine out of Season. Steffen Schleiermacher (reviews: Dickinson 1998; Saxer 2001).

Musikproduktion Dabringhaus und Grimm MDG 613 0783-2 (third of three CDs). Sonatas and Interludes. Steffen Schleiermacher (reviews: Dickinson 1998; Saxer 2001).

Musikproduktion Dabringhaus und Grimm MDG 613 0784-2 (first of two CDs). Music for Piano 1. Music for Piano 2. Music for Piano 3. Music for Piano 4-19. Music for Piano 20. Music for Piano 21-36/37-52 (two performances). Music for Piano 53-68. Music for Piano 69-84. Steffen Schleiermacher (reviews: Distler 1999; Saxer 2001).

Musikproduktion Dabringhaus und Grimm MDG 613 0785-2 (second of two CDs). Electronic Music for Piano. Music for Piano 4-19. Music for Piano 21-36/37-52 (two performances). Music for Piano 53-68 (two performances). Music for Piano 69-84 (two performances). Music for Piano 85. Steffen Schleiermacher (reviews: Distler 1999; Saxer 2001).

Musikproduktion Dabringhaus und Grimm MDG 613 0786-2 (CD). Music of Changes. Steffen Schleiermacher (review: Saxer 2001).

Musikproduktion Dabringhaus und Grimm MDG 613 0787-2 (CD). For M.C. and D.T. For Paul Taylor and Anita Dencks. Haikus. Music Walk. Seven Haiku. TV Kln. Waiting. Water Music. Winter Music. Steffen Schleiermacher (review: Saxer 2001).

Musikproduktion Dabringhaus und Grimm MDG 613 0788-2 (CD). 31'57.9864" for a Pianist. 34'46.776" for a Pianist. Concert for Piano and Orchestra. Steffen Schleiermacher (review: Saxer 2001).

Musikproduktion Dabringhaus und Grimm MDG 613 0789-2 (CD). A Book of Music. Experiences No. 1. Music for _ (Music for Two). Josef Christof, Steffen Schleiermacher (review: Saxer 2001).

Musikproduktion Dabringhaus und Grimm MDG 613 0790-2 (CD). Three Dances. Two2. Josef Christof, Steffen Schleiermacher (review: Saxer 2001).

Musikproduktion Dabringhaus und Grimm MDG 613 0791-2 (CD). The Beatles 1962-1970. Etudes Boreales. One. One2. Steffen Schleiermacher (review: Saxer 2001).

Musikproduktion Dabringhaus und Grimm MDG 613 0792-2 (CD). ASLSP. One2. One5. Steffen Schleiermacher (review: Saxer 2001).

Musikproduktion Dabringhaus und Grimm MDG 613 0793-2 (CD). Ad Lib. Crete. Dad. Jazz Study. Metamorphosis. Ophelia. Quest (second movement). A Room (piano). The Seasons (piano). Soliloquy. Three Easy Pieces. Triple-Paced No. 1. Two Pieces for Piano (1935). Two Pieces for Piano (1946). Steffen Schleiermacher (review: Saxer 2001).

Musikproduktion Dabringhaus und Grimm MDG 613 0794-2 (CD). Cheap Imitation (piano). Dream. In a Landscape (piano). Perpetual Tango (two performances). Suite for Toy Piano (piano). Swinging. Steffen Schleiermacher.

Musikproduktion Dabringhaus und Grimm MDG 613 0795-2. Musikproduktion Dabringhaus und Grimm MDG 613 0796-2. Musikproduktion Dabringhaus und Grimm MDG 613 0797-2 (three CDs). Etudes Australes. Steffen Schleiermacher.

Musikproduktion Dabringhaus und Grimm MDG 613 0798-2 (CD). Furniture Music Etcetera. Opening Dance. Suite for Toy Piano (toy piano). Music for Works of Calder. Four3. Steffen Schleiermacher, piano, toy piano, rainsticks; Andreas Seidel, violin.

Musikproduktion Dabringhaus und Grimm MDG 613 1076-2 (CD). Experiences No. 2. A Flower. Four Walls. Nowth upon Nacht. She Is Asleep (Duet). The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Anna Clementi, voice; Steffen Schleiermacher, piano.

Musikproduktion Dabringhaus und Grimm MDG 613 1607-2 (CD). Nocturne. Six Melodies. Two4. Two6. Andreas Siedel, violin; Steffen Schleiermacher, piano (reviews: Dickinson 2010; Lange 2010; Strad 2010).

Musiques Suisses = Musikszene Schweiz MGB CTS-M 76 (two CDs). Song Books (excerpt). Variations II. Ensemble Neue Horizonte Bern.

National Public Radio FA-850827 (cassette). John Cage in conversation with Terry Gross for Fresh Air, WHYY Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Nato 214 (record). Sonata for Clarinet. Alan Hacker.

Naxos 8.504024 (fourth of four CDs). Prelude for Meditation. Boris Berman.

Naxos 8.554345 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes. Boris Berman (review: Janssen 1999).

Naxos 8.554562 (CD). And the Earth Shall Bear Again. Daughters of the Lonesome Isle. Music for Marcel Duchamp. Mysterious Adventure. Prelude for Meditation. The Perilous Night. Primitive. A Room. Root of an Unfocus. Tossed As It Is Untroubled. Totem Ancestor. The Unavailable Memory of. Boris Berman.

Naxos 8.558165 (in two CD set 558164-558165). Totem Ancestor. Boris Berman.

Naxos 8.558169 (in two CD set 558168-558169). Sonatas and Interludes [First Interlude]. Boris Berman.

Naxos 8.559042 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes. Boris Berman.

Naxos 8.559070 (CD). And the Earth Shall Bear Again. Daughters of the Lonesome Isle. Music for Marcel Duchamp. Mysterious Adventure. Prelude for Meditation. The Perilous Night. Primitive. A Room. Root of an Unfocus. Tossed As It Is Untroubled. Totem Ancestor. The Unavailable Memory of. Boris Berman.

Naxos 8.559118 (CD). Prelude for Mediation. Boris Berman.

Naxos 8.559121 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes [Sonata V]. Boris Berman.

Naxos 8.559773 (CD). Music for _ (Music for Two). Katrin Zenz, flute; Chara Iacovidou, piano. Ryoanji (flute, percussion and tape). Katrin Zenz, flute; Maxim Mankovski, percussion. Three Pieces for Flute Duet. Katrin Zenz, Uwe Grodd, flutes. Two. Katrin Zenz, flute; Ludovic Frochot, piano.

Naxos 8.559774 (CD). Composition for Three Voices. Katrin Zenz, flute, alto flute and bass flute. Solo with Obbligato Accompaniment of Two Voices in Canon, and Six Short Inventions on the Subjects of the Solo. Katrin Zenz, alto flute; Chara Iacovidou, piano; Tobias Liebezeit, vibraphone. Concert for Piano and Orchestra (Solo for Flute, Alto Flute and Piccolo). Kartin Lenz, flute. Hymnkus (arrangement for alto flute, two pianos and two vibraphones). Katrin Zenz, flute; Chara Iacovidou, Ludovic Frochot, pianos; Maxim Mankovski, vibraphones. Sonata for Two Voices. Katrin Zenz, flute and bass flute.

Naxos ISAN99 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes [Sonata II]. Boris Berman.

Neo Pacifica Recordings 2001 NP 3012 (CD). In a Landscape (harp). Katie Kirkpatrick.

Neos 10703-10704 (two CDs). Music for Piano 1. Music for Piano 2. Music for Piano 3. Music for Piano 4-19. Music for Piano 20. Music for Piano 21-36/37-52. Music for Piano 53-68. Music for Piano 69-84. Sabine Liebner, piano.

Neos 10720 (SACD). Quartets I-VIII (twenty-four instruments). Seven. Orchester Jakobsplatz Mnchen. Daniel Grossmann.

Neos 10947 SACD 3 (SACD). Two3. Mayumi Miyata, sh. Arabella Hirner, conch shells.

Neos 11042 (CD). ASLSP. Sabine Liebner, piano.

Neos 11043 (CD). One. One2. One5. Sabine Liebner, piano.

Neos 11213 (CD). Communication [text]. John Cage. Variations I. John Cage and David Tudor, pianos, radios.

Neuma 450-76 (CD). Etudes Australes (I-VIII). Stephen Drury.

Neuma 450-77 (CD). Ryoanji (arrangement). Pierre-Yves Artaud, octobass flute; Jean-Charles Franois, percussion (review: DeLio 1993).

New Albion NA 035 (CD). Eight Whiskus (voice). A Flower. Forever and Sunsmell. Mirakus2. Music for _ (Music for Two). Nowth upon Nacht. Song Books (solos 49, 52, 67). Sonnekus2. The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Joan La Barbara, voice (also multitrack), percussion; William Winant, piano; William Winant, Scott Evans, percussion (reviews: Fox, C. 1991; Heg 1991).

New Albion NA 036 (CD). Nocturne. David Abel, violin; Julie Steinberg, piano.

New Albion NA 037 (CD). Four Walls. The Perilous Night. Margaret Leng Tan, piano; Joan La Barbara, voice (reviews: Down Beat 1992; Hodges 1992; Jurek 1991; Loop 1991; Mnchner Merkur 1991; Schwarz, K.R. 1992; Silverton 1991).

New Albion NA 070 (CD). Bacchanale. Daughters of the Lonesome Isle. In a Landscape. In the Name of the Holocaust. Ophelia. Music for Piano 2. The Seasons. Suite for Toy Piano. Margaret Leng Tan, piano (reviews: Brissaud 1995; Burwasser 1995; Coughlin 1995).

New Albion NA 073 (CD). Sports (Perpetual Tango, two performances). Yvar Mikhashoff.

New Albion NA 074 (CD). Souvenir. Christoph Maria Moosmann.

New Tone NT 6707-2 (CD). Third Construction. Ensemble Percussione Ricerca.

New World Records NW 203 (record). Sonatas and Interludes (Sonatas I, V, X, XII and 2nd Interlude). Robert Miller (reviews: Holland 1987; Moore 1978).

New World Records NW 214 (record). Music of Changes (Book III-IV). David Tudor (reviews: Salzman 1979; Terry, K. 1979; Uske 1987b).

New World Records NW 284 (CD). Mureau (with David Tudor, Rainforest II). John Cage.

New World Records NW 319 (record). Third Construction. New Music Consort (review: DuPree 1987a).

New World Records NW 330 (record). Double Music. Second Construction. New Music Consort (review: Powley 1988).

New World Records NW 382 (record). Third Construction. Continuum Percussion Quartet (review: Browner 1995).

New World Records 80203-2 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes (Sonatas I, V, X, XII and 2nd Interlude). Robert Miller (review: Silverton 1995b).

New World Records 80382-2 (CD). Third Construction. Continuum Percussion Quartet (reviews: Devereaux 1990a; Ford, Mark 1991).

New World Records 80391-2 (CD). Six Melodies. Michelle Makarski, violin; Brent McMunn, piano (review: American Record Guide).

New World Records 80405-2 (CD). Double Music. Second Construction. Third Construction. New Music Consort (reviews: American Record Guide 1990; Browner 1995; Bryant, C. 1991; Rich 1993; Talman 1990b).

New World Records 80456-2 (CD). Ryoanji. Dorothy Stone, flute; Arthur Jarvinen, percussion (review: Silverton 1995b).

New World Records NWCR700 (CD-R). Sonatas and Interludes. Maro Ajemian.

New World Records NWCR750 (CD). Ryoanji (excerpt). Jeffrey Krieger, electronic violoncello, voice, percussion. Sonatas and Interludes (Sonata XIII). Maro Ajemian.

New York Philharmonic Special Editions NYP 2003/2012-2013 (ninth of ten-CD set). Atlas Eclipticalis. New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Leonard Bernstein, conductor.

Newport Classic Premier NPD 85526 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes. Joshua Pierce (review: Rich 1993).

Newport Classic Premier NPD 85547 (CD). Music for _ (Music for Seventeen). Quartets I-VIII (twenty-four instruments). San Francisco Contemporary Music Players; Stephen L. Mosko, conductor (review: Rich 1993).

Nexus Records NE 05 Digital (record). Third Construction. Nexus Percussion Group.

Nexus 10251 (CD). Third Construction. Nexus Percussion Group.

NK-0008 (CD). Three Dances. Nomad Ensemble: Satoshi Inagaki and Ken-ichi Nakagawa.

NM Classics Extra 98019 (CD). Music for Marcel Duchamp. Ren Eckhardt.

No Mans Land NML 8816 (18 cm record). Christian Marclay, More Encores, one of them based on recording of Cage.

Nonesuch Records H-71202 (record). Concerto for Prepared Piano and Chamber Orchestra. Yuji Takahashi, prepared piano; Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra; Lukas Foss, conductor (reviews: Kolodin 1968a; Nyman 1973b; R.W.S. [between 1968-1972]; Salzman 1969a; Souster 1968-1969; Unwin 1972a).

Nonesuch Records H-71224 (record). HPSCHD. Neely Bruce, David Tudor, Antoinette Vischer, harpsichords; John Cage, Lejaren Hiller, realization of tapes (reviews: Henahan 1969a; Jack 1972b; Knauer 1969; News-Gazette 1969; Nyman 1973b; Perry 1969; Rich 1969; Salzman 1970; Unwin 1972a).

Nonesuch Records H-71237 (record). 26'1.1499" for a String Player. Bertram Turetzky, contrabass (reviews: Degens 1970c; Henahan 1970b).

Nonesuch 9 79178-2 (CD). Five Songs for Contralto (no. 1 only). Jan DeGaetani, mezzo-soprano; Gilbert Kalish, piano (reviews: LeSueur 1989; Porter, A. 1989).

Nonesuch 7559-79457-2 (CD). Totem Ancestor (arrangement). String Quartet in Four Parts (fourth movement, Quodlibet only). Kronos Quartet (review: Wilson, P.N. 1999b).

Nonesuch Digital D-79011 (record). 49 Waltzes for the Five Boroughs. Alan Feinberg, Yvar Mikhashoff, Robert Moran, piano and tapes.

Obscure OBS 5 (record). Experiences No. 1. Experiences No. 2. Forever and Sunsmell. In a Landscape. The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Carla Bley, Robert Wyatt, voice; Richard Bernas, piano (also multitrack), percussion (reviews: Emmerson 1977b; Glenn 1980; Melody Maker 1978b; Moore, S. 1976; Roberts, D. 1976-1977).

Obscure EGED 25 (record). Experiences No. 1. Experiences No. 2. Forever and Sunsmell. In a Landscape. The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Carla Bley, Robert Wyatt, voice; Richard Bernas, piano (also multitrack), percussion (reviews: Emmerson 1977b; Glenn 1980; Melody Maker 1978b).

Obst CD P 330.1 (CD). Composition for Three Voices. Solo with Obbligato Accompaniment of Two Voices in Canon, and Six Short Inventions on the Subjects of the Solo. Souvenir. Dietmar Bonnen, organ.

Obst CD Obst 3 (CD). Five. Dietmar Bonnen, accordion; Gagga Deistler, guitar; Ernst Gaida-Hartmann, minimoog; Eckhardt Leue, chronometer; Axel Peters, saxophone; Andreas Schilling, contrabass.

Obst CD SWL 58.1 (CD). Sonnekus2. Susanne Hille, voice.

Obst CD P 330.7 (CD). The Seasons (piano). Susanne Kessel.

Obst CD P 330.13 (CD). The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Susanne Hille, voice; Dietmar Bonnen, piano.

Obst CD P 330.14 (CD). 4'33". Dietmar Bonnen. 4'33". Michael Rsenberg. Bacchanale. In a Landscape (piano). The Seasons (piano). Susanne Kessel. Composition for Three Voices. Solo with Obbligato Accompaniment of Two Voices in Canon, and Six Short Inventions on the Subjects of the Solo. Souvenir. Dietmar Bonnen, organ. Five. Dietmar Bonnen, accordion; Gagga Deistler, guitar; Ernst Gaida-Hartmann, minimoog; Eckhardt Leue, chronometer; Axel Peters, saxophone; Andreas Schilling, contrabass. Sonnekus2 (excerpts). The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Susanne Hille, voice; Dietmar Bonnen, piano.

Obst CD (CD). Suite for Toy Piano. Dietmar Bonnen, toy piano.

Obst Erdbeer Edition OEE 99.3 (cd). 0'00". Dietmar Bonnen.

OCA Audioart Co-op UK001 (cassette). Udo Kasemets, Askings and Answerings with Tokens of Thanks. Udo Kasemets, 64 Provocations for John Cage with 64 Responses by John Cage. Udo Kasemets, realization.

Oehms Classics OC 855 (CD). Indeterminacy: New Aspect of Form in Instrumental and Electronic Music (text). Joachim Krl. Concert for Piano and Orchestra (Solo for Piano). Susanne Kessel. Fontana Mix. John Cage, Marino Zuccheri, tape recordings (reviews: Haskins 2013c; Lange 2013; Maier, T.M. 2013).

Offseason Productions OP 226 (CD). One5. Louis Goldstein (review: Haskins 2000).

Ogam Records 488004-2 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes. Grard Frmy.

Ogam Records 488012-2 (CD). ASLSP. Dream. In a Landscape. Metamorphosis. One. Ophelia. Quest (second movement). Seven Haiku. Suite for Toy Piano (piano). Two Pieces for Piano (1946). Jay Gottlieb.

OgreOgress Productions 643157094425 (CD). One6. One10. Christina Fong (review: Haskins, Rob. American Record Guide).

OgreOgress Productions 643157094524 (CD). Four4. Glenn Freeman (multitrack).

OgreOgress Productions 643157094623 (CD). Six. Three2. Twenty-six. Twenty-three. Christina Fong, violin and viola (multitrack); Karen Krummel, violoncello (multitrack); Glenn Freeman, percussion (multitrack).

OgreOgress Productions 643157342823 (CD). Four. One4. Twenty-nine. Christina Fong, violin and viola (multitrack); Karen Krummel, violoncello (multitrack); Michael Crawford, contrabass (multitrack); Glenn Freeman, percussion (multitrack).

OgreOgress Productions 643157358725 (CD). One7 from One13 [sic]. One8. Anonymous, violoncello.

OgreOgress Productions 634479370557 (audio DVD). Inlets. Two3. Two4. Glenn Freeman, percussion. Tamami Tono, sh. Christina Fong, violin.

OgreOgress Productions 634479962141 (audio DVD). Eighty. Sculptures Musicales. Twenty-six (with Twenty-nine and with Twenty-eight and Twenty-nine). Twenty-eight (with Twenty-six and Twenty-nine). Twenty-nine (with Twenty-six and with Twenty-six and Twenty-eight). Prague Winds. Christina Fong, violin and viola. Karen Krummel, violoncello. Glenn Freeman, percussion. Michael Crawford, contrabass. Chance Operations Collective (review: Ricci 2009).

Omega Point OP-0008 (record). Variations II. John Cage and David Tudor, piano and electronics.

Omega Point OP-0009 (record). Aria, Concert for Piano and Orchestra (Solo for Piano), and Fontana Mix (performed simultaneously). Yoko Ono, voice; David Tudor, piano; John Cage, electronics.

Omega Point OP-0010 (record). 0'00". John Cage.

Ondine ODE 891-2 (CD). HPSCHD (Solo VII). Jukka Tiensuu, harpsichord.

OO Discs 14 (CD). c C/omposed Improvisation. Robert Black, Steinberger bass guitar; Jan Williams, snare drum.

OO Discs 32 (CD). Four5. Ulrich Krieger, saxophones.

OO Discs 36 (CD). Five. Seth Josel, electric guitars (multitrack).

OO Discs 37 (CD). In a Landscape (arrangement). Gamelan Pacifica; Jarrad Powell.

OO Discs MY-1 (CD). Three Dances (version for koto). Kazue Sawai, koto.

Opus Musicum 6833 176 OM 118 (record in three-record set OM 116-OM 118). Variations I. Zsigmond Szathmry, organ.

Opus One 22 (record). Amores. Blackearth Percussion Group.

Opus One 45 (record). Noah Creshevsky, In Other Words (based on Cage in conversation with Hans G Helms).

Opus One 90 (record). Credo in Us. Gageego; Thad Wheeler (reviews: Page, T. 1985; Welsh 1986).

Opus One 135 (CD). A Valentine out of Season. Loretta Goldberg (review: Jurgrau 1989).

Orchard 2746 (CD). One6. One10. Christina Fong.

Orchard 4013 (CD). Double Music. Ethos Percussion Group.

Organum Classics OGM 210041 (CD). Organ2/ASLSP (excerpt). Christoph Bossert.

Organum Classics OGM 250085 (CD). Organ2/ASLSP. Christoph Bossert and Hans-Ola Ericsson, organ.

Orpheus Research Centre in Music ORCiM 02 (CD). Aria. Fontana Mix. Cora Schmeiser, soprano. Juan Parra Cancino, composer. Freeman Etudes [6 and 9]. Mieko Kanno.

sterreichischer Rundfunk MP92ORF10 (CD). Four. Arditti String Quartet.

Other Minds OM 1006-2 (CD). Sixty-two Mesostics re Merce Cunningham (nos. 33-37). Jack Briece.

Other Minds OM 1010-2 (CD). Song Books (Solo for Voice 3, 21, 58, 72). Amelia Cuni, dhrupad vocals, clapping. Werner Durand, drones, electronics. Federico Sanesi and Raymond Kaczynski, percussion (reviews: Cuni 2011; Haskins 2008b).

Pan 130 032 (record). The Perilous Night. William Nabor (review: Geeraert 1982).

Perceum (CD). Quartet (first, second and fourth movements). Ensamble de Percusion de Montevideo Perceum.

Philips 411 064-1 (record). Music for Wind Instruments (excerpt). Thierry Fischer, flute; Heinz Holliger, oboe; Eduard Brunner, clarinet; Milan Turkovic, bassoon; Volker Altmann, horn.

Philips Harlekijn 9500 920 (record). Amores. Music for Marcel Duchamp. Nocturne. Six Melodies. A Valentine out of Season. Reinbert de Leeuw, piano; Vera Beths, violin; Arthur Cune, Willy Goudswaard, Michael de Roo, percussion (review: Niemller, J. 1981).

Philips 6718 040 (record). First Construction (in Metal). Les Percussions de Strasbourg.

Philips Prospective 21e Sicle 6526 017 (record). First Construction (in Metal). Les Percussions de Strasbourg (review: Degens 1971b).

Philips Phonogram 6555 094 (record). First Construction (in Metal). Les Percussions de Strasbourg.

Philips Phonogram 420 233-2 (CD). First Construction (in Metal). Les Percussions de Strasbourg.

Philips Digital Classics 432 252-2 (CD). Mysterious Adventure. Alexei Ljubimov.

Phoenix Classics PH00617 (CD). A Room (arrangement). Piero Bonaguri, guitar.

Phoenix Classics PHCD 169 (CD). Double Music. California Symphony; Barry Jekowsky, conductor.

Pianovox PIA 521-2 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes. Grard Frmy (review: Galliari 1999).

Pianovox PIA 533-2 (CD). ASLSP. Dream. In a Landscape. Metamorphosis. One. Ophelia. Quest (second movement). Seven Haiku. Suite for Toy Piano (piano). Two Pieces for Piano (1946). Jay Gottlieb.

PKP Produkties PKP 003 (CD). Nocturne. Six Melodies. Paul Klinck, violin. Daan Vandewalle, piano.

Point Records PLP 5057 (record). Third Construction. Danish Percussion Group.

Point Records PMC 5057 (cassette). Third Construction. Danish Percussion Group.

Polskie Towarzystwo Muzyki Wslczesnej PTMW CD S1-016 (CD). Amores (I and IV). Maciej Grzybowski. Bacchanale. Aleksandra Krzanowska.

Polygram 454 058-2 (two CDs). Quartet (fourth movement). Percussion Group The Hague.

Polymnie POL 270 324 (CD). In a Landscape (piano). Laurent Martin.

Povertech Industries PAT 38 (18 cm record). 4'33". Imaginary Landscape No. 5. Carl Michael von Hausswolff.

Radio Nacional de Espaa RNE 10 (CD). The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Maria Villa, soprano; Pedro Esteban, piano.

RCA Victor SJX 1003 (record). Concerto for Prepared Piano and Chamber Orchestra. Toshi Ichiyanagi, prepared piano; Japan Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra.

RCA Victor SJV 1513 (record). The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Matsumi Masuda, soprano; Hiroshi Wakasugi, piano.

RCA Victor Red Seal 09026 61574 2 (CD). Sixteen Dances. Ensemble Modern; Ingo Metzmacher, conductor (review: Degens 1995a).

Real Sound RS 953-0013 (two CDs). Etudes Australes. Claudio Crismani.

Recommended Records RecRec 04 (record). The Perilous Night. Werner Brtschi (reviews: Erdmann 1986a; Uske 1987b).

Recommended Records RecDec 04 (CD). The Perilous Night. Werner Brtschi.

Recommended Records RecDec 24 (CD). Concert for Piano and Orchestra (Solo for piano). Werner Brtschi, piano.

Recorthings (record). Radio Music (excerpt). Unknown musicians.

Recorthings RT 9001 (record). Radio Music (excerpt). Unknown musicians.

Reference Records RR 3 (record). The Perilous Night (sixth movement, arrangement by Richard Kvistad). Kotekan.

Reihe Schulproduktion Musik FWU (record). Sonatas and Interludes (Sonatas II, V, VI). Franzpeter Goebels.

Resonance RES 7.1 (CD). Musicircus (excerpt). Many musicians; organized by Stephen Montague.

Resonance RES 9.2 (CD). Sixty-two Mesostics re Merce Cunningham (excerpt). John Cage.

Restless Records 7 72813-2 (CD). 4'33". Lassigue Bendthaus, electronics.

Rivo Alto CRR 2013 (CD). Forever and Sunsmell. Antonio Segafreddo, marimba.

Rumori CD 95/96 (CD). Music for Amplified Toy Pianos. Ron Ford.

S Press Tapes 14 (reel tape and cassette). Mureau. John Cage (reviews: Karkoschka 1973; Kostelanetz 1977).

S Press Tapes 27-29 (reel tape and cassette). Cage interviewed by Hans G. Helms.

San Francisco Symphony (CD). Credo in Us. San Francisco Symphony Orchestra members; Michael Tilson Thomas.

Schirmer Records 29150/P 12485/BS 12485 (record). Fontana Mix. Max Neuhaus, percussion and electronics.

Several Records SRD-288 (CD). Ryoanji. Grupo Cosmos 21. Carlos Galn.

Siemens Kulturprogramm/Audiocom Panteon 400AZ5 (CD). Imaginary Landscape No. 3. Klner Ensemble fr Neue Musik; Mauricio Kagel, conductor. Also includes track Klangexperimente, 1963 John Cage and David Tudor.

Siltaclassics SC002 (CD). Dream. In a Landscape. One. One5. Gianni Lenoci.

Smithsonian Folkways CD SF 40804-40805 (two cassettes or two CDs). Indeterminacy: New Aspect of Form in Instrumental and Electronic Music (text). John Cage. Concert for Piano and Orchestra (piano). David Tudor. Fontana Mix. John Cage, Marino Zuccheri, tape recordings (review: Rich 1993).

Socit Nouvelle dEnregistrement SNE-553-CD (CD). In a Landscape (piano). Louise Bessette.

Socit Nouvelle dEnregistrement SNE-654-CD (CD). Freeman Etudes (III, IV, XV, arrangement). Laura Wilcox, viola.

SoLyd Records SLR 0303 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes. Joshua Pierce.

Sonic Culture Design SCD-4144 (CD). Dream (piano). Yoshiko Shibuya.

Sonic Youth Recordings SYR 4 (two records or two CDs). Four6 (two simultaneous performances). Six (two performances). Sonic Youth.

Sony Classical SMK 52511 (CD). Erik Satie, Socrate, arranged for two pianos by John Cage. Riri Shimada, Noriko Tokuoka.

Sound Aspects 053 (CD). One4. Fritz Hauser.

Sound Star-Ton SST 0184/S (record). Amores. Ursula Euteneuer-Rohrer, prepared piano; Schlagzeugensemble des Badischen Konservatoriums Karlsruhe (review: Baldwin, J. 1987).

Sound Star-Ton SST 31 122 (CD). Suite for Toy Piano. Bernd Wiesemann, toy piano.

SoundCircus SC 002 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes (Sonata V). Joanna MacGregor.

SoundCircus SC 003 (two CDs). Bacchanale. The Perilous Night. Sonatas and Interludes. Joanna MacGregor.

Soundcircus SC 007 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes (Sonata V). Joanna MacGregor.

Soundwinds SW 1133 (CD). 4'33". George Wolfe, alto saxophone (review: Liley 1999).

Steve Long (CD). 4'33". Wayne Young, piano (Coles 1992; Daily Sport 1992; Today 1992).

Stradivarius STR 10017 (CD). A Flower. The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Cathy Berberian, mezzo-soprano. Pianist unknown.

Stradivarius STR 33399 (CD). Etudes Australes (I, II and III). Jean Pierre Dupuy.

Stradivarius STR 33422 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes. Jean Pierre Dupuy.

Stradivarius STR 33555 (CD). In a Landscape (piano). Emanuele Arciuli.

Stradivarius STR 33718 (CD). Four6. Elena Csoli, guitars.

Stradivarius STR 33737 (CD). Dream [arrangement]. Peter Sderberg, lute. Francesco Dillon, violoncello.

Stradivarius STR 33816 (CD). Third Construction. I Percussionisti della Scala.

Stradivarius STR 33819 (CD). Dream (arrangement fot viola and piano). Eight Whiskus (violin). In a Landscape (piano). Nocturne (arrangement for solo viola). Ophelia. Six Melodies (V and VI). Rossella Spinosa, piano. Maurizio Barbetti, viola.

Stradivarius STR 33941 (CD). 27'10.554" for a Percussionist. c C/omposed Improvisation (snare drum). One4. Ryoanji (version for saxophone [substituting oboe] and percussion). Variations VIII. Simone Mancuso, percussion; Timothy McAllister, saxophones; Douglas Nottingham, electronics.

Sub Rosa SR 190 (second of two CDs). Rozart Mix.

Sub Rosa SR 344 (two CDs). Song Books. Lor Lixenberg, Gregory Rose, vocalists. Robert Worby, electronics (review: Clarke, Colin 2013).

Sub Rosa SR 361 (CD). 0'00''. Aria. Cartridge Music. Fontana Mix. Imaginary Landscape No. 5. Variations I. WBAI. Langham Research Centre.

Sub Rosa SRV 361 (silver white vinyl [limited edition] and black vinyl). 0'00''. Aria. Cartridge Music. Fontana Mix. Imaginary Landscape No. 5. Variations I. WBAI. Langham Research Centre.

Subtropics vol. 1 ele005 (CD). Empty Words (Part IV, excerpt). John Cage.

Takenaka Corporation MTCZ-0001 (CD). Winter Music. Hiroyuki Abe, Seiji Akasaka, Keiko Fujishima, Chikako Fukuoka, Uki Iwasaki, Yuko Katsumata, Kiyo Kinugawa, Yasuhiko Komuro, Naojiro Marutani, Yoji Matsuzono, Yayoi Minamikawa, Kiyotaka Miyoshi, Masami Noda, Tatsuo Okamoto, Masakazu Otani, Chizuru Tani, Akemi Yamagami, Kaoru Yamamoto, Kumiko Yamauchi, Kayoko Yokoyama.

Takeyoshi Miyazawa (13 cm record issued with Kubota 1970). Reunion (excerpts). David Behrman, John Cage, Lowell Cross, Marcel Duchamp, Teeny Duchamp, Gordon Mumma, David Tudor.

Tall Poppies TP 025 (CD). Music for Marcel Duchamp. Sonatas and Interludes. The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Nigel Butterley, piano; Gerald English, tenor (review: Dickinson 1994).

Tall Poppies TP 030 (CD). First Construction (in Metal). Synergy: Michael Askill, Ian Cleworth, Rebecca Lagos, Ric Miller, Brian Nixon, Colin Piper.

Tall Poppies TP 161 (CD). Dream (arrangement). Esther van Stralen, viola (multitrack).

Talujon Percussion Quartet (CD). Third Construction. Talujon Percussion Quartet.

TaRaGa CD TRG-002 (CD). Aria (with string quartet). Keiko Hatanaka, soprano; New Arts String Quartet.

TaRaGa CD TRG-003 (CD). Aria. The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Keiko Hatanaka, soprano; Yuji Takahashi, piano.

TaRaGa CD TRG-005 (CD). Five Songs for Contralto. A Flower. The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Keiko Hatanaka, soprano; Yuji Takahashi, piano.

Teldec 8523-85877-2 (CD). Third Construction. Peter Sadlo & Friends.

Thorofon Capella MTH 149 (record). She Is Asleep (Quartet). Percussions-Ensemble Siegfried Fink (review: Konold 1978).

Thorofon Capella MTH 224 (record). Variations I. Klaus Hinrich Stahmer, violoncello.

Thorofon Capella CTH 2003 (CD). She Is Asleep (Quartet). Percussions-Ensemble Siegfried Fink (review: K.K. 1988).

Thorofon Capella CTH 2063 (CD). She Is Asleep (Quartet). Percussion Art Quartett Wrzburg (review: Holly 1990).

Thorofon Capella CTH 2113 (CD). Third Construction. Percussion Art Quartett.

Thorofon Capella CTH 2184 (CD). Souvenir. Stefan Hussong, accordion.

Time Records Series 2000 58000 (record). Amores. Double Music. Lou Harrison, Canticle No. 1. William Russell, Three Cuban Pieces. Three Dance Movements. Manhattan Percussion Ensemble; John Cage, prepared piano, conductor (reviews: Cohn, A. 1961-1962; Hall, D. 1961; Kolodin 1961; Salzman 1961).

Time Records Series 2000 S/8000 (record). Amores. Double Music. Lou Harrison, Canticle No. 1. William Russell, Three Cuban Pieces. Three Dance Movements. Manhattan Percussion Ensemble; John Cage, prepared piano, conductor (reviews: Cohn, A. 1961-1962; Hall, D. 1961; Kolodin 1961; Salzman 1961).

Time Records Series 2000 58003 (record). Aria. Fontana Mix. Cathy Berberian, mezzo soprano; John Cage, Marino Zuccheri, magnetic tapes (reviews: Cohn, A. 1963-1964; Flanagan, W. 1962; Frankenstein 1962; Sable 1976; Steinberg 1962).

Time Records Series 2000 S/8003 (record). Aria. Fontana Mix. Cathy Berberian, mezzo soprano; John Cage, Marino Zuccheri, magnetic tapes (reviews: Cohn, A. 1963-1964; Flanagan, W. 1962; Frankenstein 1962; Mimaroglu 1962; Sable 1976; Steinberg 1962).

Time Records Series 2000 58009 (record). Cartridge Music. John Cage, David Tudor (multitrack) (review: Daniel 1964).

Time Records Series 2000 S/8009 (record). Cartridge Music. John Cage, David Tudor (multitrack) (review: Daniel 1964).

TME (CD). In a Landscape (arrangement). TME; Claudio Morbo, conductor.

Tomato TOM-2-1001 (two records). A Book of Music. Maro Ajemian, Joshua Pierce. Sonatas and Interludes. Joshua Pierce (reviews: JH 1978a; Clavier 1978; Martin 1978; Salzman 1978a; Salzman 1978b; Shere 1978; Terry, K. 1978).

Tomato TOM 2-1101 (two records). Etudes Australes (I-XVI). Grete Sultan.

Tomato CA-TOM 2-1101 (two cassettes). Etudes Australes (I-XVI). Grete Sultan.

Tomato TOM-7016 (record). And the Earth Shall Bear Again. A Room (piano and prepared piano). Seven Haiku. She Is Asleep (Quartet and Duet). Totem Ancestor. Two Pastorales. Paul Price Percussion Ensemble; Jay Clayton, voice; Joshua Pierce, prepared piano, conductor (reviews: J.D. 1979; Music Journal 1979; Rockwell 1980b; Salzman 1980).

Tomato CA-TOM-7016 (cassette). And the Earth Shall Bear Again. A Room (piano and prepared piano). Seven Haiku. She Is Asleep (Quartet and Duet). Totem Ancestor. Two Pastorales. Paul Price Percussion Ensemble; Jay Clayton, voice; Joshua Pierce, prepared piano, conductor (reviews: J.D. 1979; Music Journal 1979; Rockwell 1980b; Salzman 1980).

Tomato TOM 300 839-300 840 (two records, set Tomato TOM 300 841). Etudes Australes (I-XVI). Grete Sultan (reviews: Niemller, J. 1981; Rockwell 1980b; Salzman 1980; Sandow 1980).

Tomato 2696172 (CD and cassette). First Construction (in Metal). A Flower. Second Construction. Third Construction. Donald Knaack Percussion Ensemble; Donald Knaack, piano, conductor. Forever and Sunsmell. Jay Clayton, voice; Donald Knaack, Marj Holmgren, percussion.

Tomato 2696592 (record, cassette, CD). Four Walls. Richard Bunger, piano; Jay Clayton, voice.

Tomato TOM-2019 (CD). Four Walls. Richard Bunger, piano; Jay Clayton, voice.

Tomato TOM-2020 (CD). First Construction (in Metal). A Flower. Second Construction. Third Construction. Donald Knaack Percussion Ensemble; Donald Knaack, piano, conductor. Forever and Sunsmell. Jay Clayton, voice; Donald Knaack, Marj Holmgren, percussion.

Tomato [sampler] (second of two CDs). Forever and Sunsmell. Jay Clayton, voice; Donald Knaack, Marj Holmgren, percussion.

Tomato TOM-2021 forthcoming (CD). Four Dances. Marriage at the Eiffel Tower. Richard Bunger, Delores Stevens, pianos; Jay Clayton, voice; Donald Knaack, percussion.

Tomato TOM-2022 forthcoming (CD). Ad Lib. Experiences No. 1. Experiences No. 2. In the Name of the Holocaust. Music for Piano. Ophelia. Our Spring Will Come. Primitive. Quest (second movement). Soliloquy. Spontaneous Earth. Triple-Paced No. 1. Triple-Paced No. 2. The Unavailable Memory of. Variations I. Water Music. Richard Bunger.

Tomato forthcoming (seven records). Empty Words. John Cage.

Toshiba EMI TA-72034 (record). Music for Marcel Duchamp. A Room (prepared piano). A Valentine out of Season. Aki Takahashi.

Toshiba EMI TOCE 6233 (CD). The Beatles 1962-1970. Aki Takahashi, piano.

Tourette TICK 5 (two CDs). Two (arrangement). Ulrich Krieger, saxophones; Reinhold Friedl, piano.

Traurige Tropen TRTR 012 (CD). Seven Haiku. Albert Kaul.

Trovarobato Parade (CD). 4'33". Fauve! Gegen A Rhino, electronics. Dream (two performances, one remix). In a Landscape (three performances: Rhodes MK 1, Hammond organ and remix). Paolo Tarsi, keyboards. Fauve! Gegen A Rhino, electronics.

Turnabout Vox TV 4046 (record). Fontana Mix. John Cage, Marino Zuccheri, magnetic tapes (reviews: Daniel 1966; Discus 1966).

Turnabout Vox TV 34046 S (record). Fontana Mix. John Cage, Marino Zuccheri, magnetic tapes (reviews: Daniel 1966; Degens 1970b; Discus 1966).

Turnabout Vox TV 34610 S (record). String Quartet in Four Parts. Concord String Quartet.

Turnabout Vox TV 34727 S (record). The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Rosalind Rees, alto; David Starobin, piano (reviews: Ericson 1979; Flower 1980).

Unicorn RHS 353 (record). Five Songs for Contralto. Meriel Dickinson, mezzo-soprano; Peter Dickinson, piano (reviews: Bernas 1978; Denton 1978; Oliver 1978-1979).

Unicorn UNI-72017 (record). Five Songs for Contralto. Meriel Dickinson, mezzo-soprano; Peter Dickinson, piano.

University of Toronto Percussion Ensemble UTPE 30222 (CD). First Construction (in Metal). Forever and Sunsmell. University of Toronto Percussion Ensemble; Robin Engelman, conductor.

USM Mbelbausysteme 2000 (CD). Music for _ (Music for Three). Eberhard Blum, flute; Michael Svoboda, trombone; Jan Williams, percussion.

Van Veen Productions PP2011 (CD). In a Landscape (piano). Jeroen van Veen.

Vanguard Classics 99066 (CD). Five3. James Fulkerson, trombone; Mondriaan Kwartet (review: Degens 1995b).

Vanguard Classics 99163 (CD). Four5. Aurelia Saxophone Quartet.

Verso VRS2006 (CD). In a Landscape (piano). A Room (piano). Alberto Rosado.

Virgin Classics VC 7 90704-2 (CD). Aria. Linda Hirst, mezzo soprano.

Virgin Classics 7243 5 62111 2 4 (CD). And the Earth Shall Bear Again. Bacchanale. Joshua Pierce. Song Books (solos 11, 12, 21, 22, 39, 40, 43, 49, 50, 52). Hlne Ruggeri, mezzo soprano; Jean-Yves Bosseur, direction; Dominique Lambert, electronics.

Virgin Records AMBT10 (second of two CDs). In a Landscape. Performer unknown.

Vogt Quality Recordings VQR Digital 2001 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes. Darryl Rosenberg.

Vox 3-Vox-SVBX 5306 (three records). String Quartet in Four Parts. Concord String Quartet (review: Morgan, R.P. 1973).

Vox H 4404 (record). Fontana Mix. John Cage, Marino Zuccheri, magnetic tapes.

Vox SVBX-5306 (record). String Quartet in Four Parts. Concord String Quartet.

Vox Australis VAST 001-2 (CD). Third Construction. Synergy.

VoxBox 2 CDX 5143 (two CDs). String Quartet in Four Parts. Concord String Quartet.

VoxBox CDX 5145 (CD). The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Rosalind Rees, alto; David Starobin, guitar.

Wacoal Art Center Spiral 36 CD-N020 (CD). In a Landscape. Masumi Nagasawa, harp.

Walpurgis Records WPR 007 (CD). Forever and Sunsmell. Charles van Tassel, baritone; Wim Konink and Marcel Andriessen, percussion.

Warner Classics 0927 49576-2 Apex Series (CD). Bacchanale. Michel Legrand.

Watershed Tapes Touchstone Series C-2002 (Black Box 15) (side "C" of two cassettes). Writing through Finnegans Wake (text, chapters 1 and 4). John Cage.

Watershed Tapes C-402A (cassette). Cage interviewed by Hans G Helms.

WEA/Atlantic/Rhino 70696 (CD). Four Walls. Richard Bunger, piano; Jay Clayton, voice.

Wergo WER 60033 (record). Variations I. Gerd Zacher, organ (reviews: Helm 1968; Holmes 1981c; Uske 1987b).

Wergo Taschen-Diskothek WER 310 (18 cm record). Variations I. Gerd Zacher, organ.

Wergo WER 60054 (record). A Flower. The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Cathy Berberian, mezzo-soprano; Bruno Canino, piano (review: Uske 1987b).

Wergo WER 60054-50 (CD). A Flower. The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Cathy Berberian, mezzo-soprano; Bruno Canino, piano.

Wergo WER 60057 (record). Variations III. San Francisco Conservatory New Music Ensemble; Sylvia Anderson, Robert Moran, voices; Howard Hersh, percussion (review: Uske 1987b).

Wergo WER 60074 (record). Empty Words (part III, excerpts). John Cage. Music for Marcel Duchamp. Sonatas and Interludes (Sonata XIII). Peter Roggenkamp. Song Books. Schola Cantorum Stuttgart; Clytus Gottwald, conductor (review: Uske 1987b).

Wergo WER 60099 (record). Music of Changes. Herbert Henck (reviews: Buckinx 1983a; Eberle 1984; Eib 1986; Halier 1986; Shere 1987a; Uske 1987b).

Wergo WER 60099-50 (CD). Music of Changes. Herbert Henck.

Wergo WER 60119-50 (CD). Music for Carillon No. 5. Zsigmond Szathmry, organ.

Wergo WER 60151 (record). And the Earth Shall Bear Again. For M.C. and D.T. In a Landscape. A Room (piano and prepared piano). Seven Haiku. She Is Asleep (Quartet and Duet). Totem Ancestor. Two Pastorales. Waiting. Paul Price Percussion Ensemble; Jay Clayton, voice; Joshua Pierce, piano, conductor (reviews: Lloyd, R. 1987; Pesson 1987; Shere 1987a; Uske 1987b).

Wergo WER 60151-50 (CD). And the Earth Shall Bear Again. For M.C. and D.T. In a Landscape. A Room (piano and prepared piano). Seven Haiku. She Is Asleep (Quartet and Duet). Totem Ancestor. Two Pastorales. Waiting. Paul Price Percussion Ensemble; Jay Clayton, voice; Joshua Pierce, piano, conductor (reviews: Barras 1990; Pesson 1987).

Wergo WER 60152-60155 (four records). Etudes Australes. Grete Sultan (reviews: Lichtenfeld 1987-1988; Lloyd, R. 1987; Lumpe 1987a; Mallet 1988; Moor 1988; Shere 1987a; Uske 1987b).

Wergo WER 60156-50 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes. Joshua Pierce (Barras 1990).

Wergo WER 60157-50 (CD). Daughters of the Lonesome Isle. Dream. Mysterious Adventure. Nocturne. The Perilous Night. Three Dances. TV Kln. Joshua Pierce, Dorothy Jonas, pianos; Frank Almond, violin (review: Barras 1990).

Wergo WER 60200-50 (CD). Music of Changes (excerpt). Herbert Henck. A Room (piano and prepared piano). Joshua Pierce, prepared piano.

Wergo WER 6074-2 (CD). Empty Words (part III, excerpts). John Cage. Music for Marcel Duchamp. Sonatas and Interludes (Sonata XIII). Peter Roggenkamp. Song Books. Schola Cantorum Stuttgart; Clytus Gottwald, conductor.

Wergo WER 6152-2, Wergo WER 6153-2, Wergo WER 6154-2 (three CDs). Etudes Australes. Grete Sultan (review: Wilson, P.N. 1996).

Wergo WER 6158-2 (CD). A Book of Music. Maro Ajemian, Joshua Pierce. Music for Amplified Toy Pianos. Marilyn Crispell, Joe Kubera, Joshua Pierce. The Seasons (piano). Suite for Toy Piano (toy piano and piano). Joshua Pierce (reviews: Hodges 1992; Kleinman 1991).

Wergo WER 6159-2 (CD). Bacchanale. Experiences No. 1. Experiences No. 2. Five Songs for Contralto. Jazz Study. Metamorphosis. Music Walk (two performances). Root of an Unfocus. Tossed As It Is Untroubled. A Valentine out of Season. Joshua Pierce, piano, prepared piano; Adria Firestone, voice; Borah Bergman, Dorothy Jonas, Joseph Kubera, Myra Melford, Fumiko Miyanoo, piano.

Wergo WER 6186-2 (CD). Cheap Imitation (piano). Herbert Henck, piano (reviews: Hinke 1992; Schnberger 1992).

Wergo WER 6203-2 (CD). Amores. Double Music. First Construction (in Metal). Imaginary Landscape No. 2 (1942). Second Construction. She Is Asleep (Quartet and Duet). Third Construction. Quatuor Hlios (reviews: Fries 1994; Hodges 1992; Sanio 1992b).

Wergo WER 6216-2 (CD). Atlas Eclipticalis. Concert for Piano and Orchestra. Joseph Kubera, piano; Orchestra of the S.E.M. Ensemble; Petr Kotik, conductor (reviews: Rich 1993; Silverton 1993d; Wilson, P.N. 1996).

Wergo WER 6223-2 (CD). Music of Changes (excerpt). Herbert Henck. Sonatas and Interludes (excerpts). Joshua Pierce.

Wergo WER 6231-2-Wergo WER 6238-2 (eight CDs). Diary: How to Improve the World (You Will Only Make Matters Worse). John Cage (reviews: Bergh 1993; Fox, C. 1995; Hodges 1992; Silverton 1993d; Wilson, P.N. 1996).

Wergo WER 6247-2. Wergo WER 6248-2. Wergo WER 6249-2 (three CDs). Concert for Piano and Orchestra. David Tudor, piano; Andrew Lolya, alto flute, flute, piccolo; Albert Kaufman, clarinet in B flat; Sy Schwartzberg, bassoon, baritone saxophone; Melvyn Broiles, trumpets in F, E flat, D, C, and B flat; Frank Rehak, trombone; Don Butterfield, tubas in F and B flat; Anahid Ajemian, Allan Martin, Isadore Cohen, violins; Burton Fisch, William Gromko, violas; Joan Brockway, violoncello; Jesse Teiko, contrabass; Merce Cunningham, conductor. First Construction (in Metal). Manhattan Percussion Ensemble; David Tudor, piano; Merce Cunningham, assistant; Paul Price, conductor. Imaginary Landscape No. 1. John Cage, Xenia Cage, Doris Dennison, Margaret Jansen. Music for Carillon No. 1. David Tudor. The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Arline Carmen, contralto; John Cage, piano. She Is Asleep (Quartet and Duet). Manhattan Percussion Ensemble; Arline Carmen, contralto; John Cage, piano. Six Short Inventions. Andrew Lolya, alto flute; Albert Kaufman, clarinet; Melvyn Broiles, trumpet; Anahid Ajemian, violin; Burton Fisch, William Gromko, violas; Joan Brockway, violoncello; John Cage, conductor. Sonatas and Interludes (Sonatas I-VIII, First and Second Interlude). Maro Ajemian. Williams Mix. Earle Brown, John Cage, David Tudor, realization (reviews: Brandt 1995; Frst-Heidtmann 1995).

Wergo WER 6288-2 (CD). One8. Julius Berger (review: Frst-Heidtmann 1996).

Wergo WER 6303-2 (CD). __, _ __ Circus on _ (realization as Roaratorio, an Irish Circus on Finnegans Wake). John Cage, voice; Joe Heaney, singer; Samus Ennis, uillean pipes; Paddy Glackin, fiddle; Matt Malloy, flute; Peadher Mercier, Mell Mercier, bodhran; John Cage, John David Fullemann, realization of tapes. Writing for the Second Time through Finnegans Wake [text] (excerpt). John Cage.

Wergo WER 6307-2 (two CDs).__, _ __ Circus on _ (realization as Roaratorio, an Irish Circus on Finnegans Wake) (excerpt). Muoyce [text] (excerpt). John Cage.

Wergo WER 6310-2 and 6311-2 (two CDs). James Joyce, Marcel Duchamp, Erik Satie: An Alphabet. Klaus Reichert (Narrator), John Cage (James Joyce), Alvin Curran (Erik Satie), Charles Dodge (Marcel Duchamp), Mimi Johnson (Rrose Slavy), Melissa Curran (Teeny Duchamp), Dick Higgins (Buckminster Fuller), Christian Wolff (Henry David Thoreau), Jerome Rothenberg (Robert Rauschenberg), Park Tao Fay (Mao as child), Jackson Mac Low (Brigham Young), David Vaughan (Jonathan Albert), Malcolm Goldstein (Veblen), Philip Corner (Oppian), Charlie Morrow (Ibsen), Richard Kostelanetz (Isidor Isou). James Joyce, Marcel Duchamp, Erik Satie: Ein Alphabet. Klaus Reichert (Narrator), John Cage (James Joyce), Mauricio Kagel (Erik Satie), George Brecht (Marcel Duchamp), Teeny Duchamp (Teeny Duchamp), Wiltrud Fischer (Rrose Slavy), Buckminster Fuller (Buckminster Fuller), Hans Otte (Henry David Thoreau), Dick Higgins (Robert Rauschenberg), Nadja Annabelle Schning (Mao as child), Gerhard Rhm (Brigham Young), Wulf Herzogenrath (Veblen/Isou), Peter Behrendsen (Jonathan Albert/Ibsen), Alvin Curran (Oppian).

Wergo WER 6600-2 (CD). Jazz Study. Joshua Pierce.

Wergo WER 6617-2 (CD). Two4. Julius Berger, violoncello; Stefan Hussong, accordion.

Wergo WER 6636-2 (CD). Eight Whiskus (violin). Music for _ (Music for Two). Ryoanji. Variations II. Malcolm Goldstein, violin; Matthias Kaul, percussion, glass harmonica (reference: Goldstein, M./Lesle 1999; review: American Record Guide 1999).

Wergo WER 6651-2 (CD). But What About the Noise. Credo in Us. Imaginary Landscape No. 1. Imaginary Landscape No. 3. Inlets. Quatuor Hlios.

Wergo WER 6655-2 (CD). Apartment House 1776 (Harmonies 3, 5, 11, 14, 15, 18, 19, 26, 28, 35, 38, 42). Stefan Hussong, accordion; Mike Svoboda, trombone (review: Kmpfer 2002).

Wergo WER 6693-2 (CD). 59 1/2" for a String Player. Atlas Eclipticalis (two violoncellos, with playback). Concert for Piano and Orchestra (Solo for Cello). Etudes Boreales (violoncello). Variations I (violoncello). Friedrich Gauwerky.

Wergo WER 6706-2 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes (excerpts: Sonata II-III, First Interlude, V-VIII, XI, XIV-XVI). Elmar Schrammel.

Wergo WER 6713-2 (CD). Concert for Piano and Orchestra. Fabrizio Ottaviucci, piano; Manuel Zurria, flute; Michael Svoboda, trombone; Giorgio Casati, violoncello; Aldo Campagnari, violin; Dario Calderone, contrabass; Nextime Ensemble; Stefano Scodanibbio, conductor. Dream (arrangement for contrabass and piano). Stefano Scodanibbio, contrabass; Fabrizio Ottaviuci, piano. Freeman Etudes (I-V, arrangement for contrabass). Stefano Scodanibbio. Radio Music. Fausto Bongelli, Manuel Zurria, Fabrizio Ottaviuci, Mike Svoboda, Giovanni Damiani; Stefano Scodanibbio, conductor. Ryoanji. Stefano Scodanibbio, contrabass.

Wergo WER 6718-2 (CD). 26'1.1499" for a String Player (10'40.3"). Apartment House 1776 (Harmonies XIII, XXII, XXIV, XXVII). Etudes Boreales (Piano). Etudes Boreales (Violoncello and Piano). Friedrich Gauwerky, violoncello; Mark Knoop, piano (review: Kettle 2010).

Wergo WER 6740-2 (four CDs). Etudes Australes. Sabine Liebner.

Wergo WER 6744-2 (CD). Concert for Piano and Orchestra (Solo for Trombone, arrangement for eight trombones). Mike Svoboda.

Wergo WER 6758-2 (2 CDs). Two3 (arrangement). Steffan Hussong, accordion and conch shells; Wu Wei, sheng and conch shells.

Wergo WER 6768-2 (CD). Concert for Piano and Orchestra (Solo for Piano). Sabine Liebner.

Wergo WER 6782-2 (CD). Sonatas and Interludes. Antonis Anissegos.

Wergo WER 6797-2 (CD). Four6. One7. Sabine Liebner.

Wergo WER 6912-2 (eight CDs). Diary: How to Improve the World (You Will Only Make Matters Worse). John Cage.

Wergo WER 6951-2 (in five-CD set WER 6946-2). Atlas Eclipticalis. Concert for Piano and Orchestra. Joseph Kubera, piano; Orchestra of the S.E.M. Ensemble; Petr Kotk, conductor. Eight Whiskus (violin). Music for _ (Music for Two). Ryoanji. Variations II. Malcolm Goldstein, violin; Matthias Kaul, percussion, glass harmonica. 26'1.1499" for a String Player (10'40.3"). Apartment House 1776 (Harmonies XIII, XXII, XXIV, XXVII). Etudes Boreales (Piano). Etudes Boreales (Violoncello and Piano). Friedrich Gauwerky, violoncello; Mark Knoop, piano. James Joyce, Marcel Duchamp, Erik Satie: An Alphabet. Klaus Reichert (Narrator), John Cage (James Joyce), Alvin Curran (Erik Satie), Charles Dodge (Marcel Duchamp), Mimi Johnson (Rrose Slavy), Melissa Curran (Teeny Duchamp), Dick Higgins (Buckminster Fuller), Christian Wolff (Henry David Thoreau), Jerome Rothenberg (Robert Rauschenberg), Park Tao Fay (Mao as child), Jackson Mac Low (Brigham Young), David Vaughan (Jonathan Albert), Malcolm Goldstein (Veblen), Philip Corner (Oppian), Charlie Morrow (Ibsen), Richard Kostelanetz (Isidor Isou). Sonatas and Interludes. Joshua Pierce.

Wergo WER 7320-2 (CD). 27'10.554" for a Percussionist. Child of Tree. c C/omposed Improvisation (one sided drums). c C/omposed Improvisation (snare drum). Inlets. Variations I (version for steel drums and mbira). Matthias Kaul.

Wergo WER 7326-2 (CD). Dream. In the Name of the Holocaust. The Perilous Night. Primitive. Soliloquy. Tossed as it is Untroubled. Two Pieces for Piano (1935). Two Pieces for Piano (1946). Sabine Liebner.

Wergo Arts 8110-2 (CD). Aria. Experiences No. 2. One9. Sixty-two Mesostics re Merce Cunningham (excerpts). Song Books (Solos for Voice 5, 24, 91). Sonnekus2. Sigune von Osten, soprano. Wu Wei, sheng.

Wergo WER 2069-2 (two CDs). Cheap Imitation (version for alto flute). Petr Kotik.

Wergo WER 4043-2 (four CDs). The Perilous Night. Grete Sultan.

Wergo FORTHCOMING (CD). [Untitled, 1952 (happening)]. Four6. Ensemble fr Neue Musik.

What Next? WN0005 (cassette and CD). Eight Whiskus (violin). Malcolm Goldstein, violin (review: Hurd 1994).

What Next? WN0016 (cassette and CD). In a Landscape (arrangement). Gamelan Pacifica; Jarrad Powell.

What Next? Soundviews vol. 1 (cassette). Cage, [from] Interview.

Willibrord Classics WC 2069-3 (CD). Living Room Music. Nieuwe Slagwerkgroep Amsterdam with Ren Oussoren.

Wizard 196 (record). Song Books (Solo for Voice 45). Joan La Barbara (multitrack).

Worth Publishers P 15390 (in ten-record set P10 15380 issued with Kerman and Kerman 1972, 3rd. ed. 1980). Aria. Fontana Mix (excerpt). Cathy Berberian, mezzo-soprano; John Cage, Marino Zuccheri, magnetic tapes.

Zah Zah 9813 (CD). Sonata for Clarinet. Alan Hacker.

Zeitkratzer ZKR0009 (CD). Five. Four6. Hymnkus. Zeitkratzer (review: Wire 2010).

Zona Archives (CD). Radio Music (excerpt). Unknown musicians.