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Curated by José Manuel Berenguer and Carlos Gómez

John Cage wrote pieces in which radio played a leading role. Not so much for radio as such, but rather for the creative opportunities that the equipment and machines at radio stations offered in terms of generating and manipulating sound. When this machinery was superseded by the new equipment at major sound production and research studios, Cage had no qualms about turning to them to carry out his radio commissions.

NOTES TOWARDS A RE-READING OF THE “ROARATORIO” reconstructs and analyses the complex nature of John Cage’s relationship with the medium, and does so by turning to Cage's own words.


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