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The 4'33" Download
In 1952, composer John Cage came up with something he called "4'33"" (read as "four thirty-three," as in four minutes and 33 seconds).  Divided into three movements (30 seconds, 2:23 and 1:40), it involves the musician (or musicians) to sit at their instruments for exactly 4:33 and play...nothing.  They just sit there.  Cage meant for the experience to get people to hear the sounds of the environment around them.  What did a full concert hall sound like when there was nothing being played? ...

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