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John Cage|John Cage: Fourteen - Four 6 - Four 3

John Cage: Fourteen - Four 6 - Four 3

The Barton Workshop

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Thirteen (1992)
The Barton Workshop
00:30:01

John Cage, Composer - James Fulkerson, Conductor - The Barton Workshop, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2007 Megadisc (P) 2007 MEGADISC

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F o u r 6 (1992)
The Barton Workshop
00:30:03

John Cage, Composer - James Fulkerson, Conductor - The Barton Workshop, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2007 Megadisc (P) 2007 MEGADISC

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F o u r 3 (1991 - Excerpt)
The Barton Workshop
00:19:27

John Cage, Composer - James Fulkerson, Conductor - The Barton Workshop, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2007 Megadisc (P) 2007 MEGADISC

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