Notes & Reviews:
"(This) piece requires performers who are fully versed in the modes and manner of Indian music performance, who sympathize with the experimental attitude of Cage in 1970, and above all who have a composer's sensibility to work out the solo with the detail and richness suggested by Cage's instructions. Amelia Cuni and her colleagues are such musiciansThe liner notes are very detailed and include essays by Cuni and the composer... probably the most important addition to the Cage discography in the last ten years." - American Record GuideNotes & Reviews:
Personnel: Federico Sanesi (percussion); Werner Durand (electronics).
Recording information: Delta Studios, Remanzacco, Undine, Italy.
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Works DetailsCage, John : Solo for Voice 58, 18 ragas
- Performers: Federico Sanesi (Percussion); Werner Durand (Electronics); Raymond Kaczynski (Percussion)
- Running Time: 4 min. 45 sec.
- Period Time: Modern
- Written: 1970