Few composers make such expressive use of silence.
Christian Wolff, “For Piano” (1952)/Frederic Rzewski, piano
(In the right mood, I could listen to this all day.)
Any collection of sounds that you put together, they’ll have a rhythm no matter what.—Christian Wolff
On the Road
rock ’n roll
New York School Composers (John Cage, Morton Feldman, Earle Brown, Christian Wolff)
Not too shabby for a decade (1950s) that’s often dismissed as dull.