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In-text: (Cage, 1952)
Your Bibliography: Cage, J. (1952). 4'33". [Performance art, sound art, silence] First performed at Woodstock, New York.
In-text: (Cage, 1951)
Your Bibliography: Cage, J. (1951). Music of Changes. [A musical piece for solo piano].
In-text: (Schwitters, 1922)
Your Bibliography: Schwitters, K. (1922). Ursonate. [Sound poetry and performance] First performed at Irmgard Kiepenheuer, Potsdam.
In-text: (Feldman, 1951)
Your Bibliography: Feldman, M. (1951). Music for Jackson Pollock, for 2 cellos. [Musical composition] Mode Records.
In-text: (Feldman, 1991)
Your Bibliography: Feldman, M. (1991). Rothko Chapel / Why Patterns?. [Musical Composition] New Albion Records.
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