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Morton Feldman Says
It is often thought that John Cage was the most significant composer to loose our Western ears from traditional modes of listening. However, it was Morton Feldman who, through pieces lasting anywhere between one and a half minutes and one and a half hours, first revealed a delight in the momentary presence of […]

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