By William Fetterman
Much of the knowledge during this examine comes from formerly undocumented fabric stumbled on one of the unpublished ratings and notes of Cage and his widespread collaborator David Tudor, in addition to author's interviews with Cage and with members heavily linked to his paintings, together with David Tudor, Merce Cunningham, Bonnie fowl, Mary Caroline Richards, and Ellsworth Snyder.
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