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Audio (7) and video (12) recordings of the symposium, The Art of David Tudor, held at the Getty Research Institute and Cal Arts May 17-19, 2001. Included are audiotapes of the 2 day symposium at the Research Institute, May 18-19; the Cal Arts Panel, May 17, was recorded on audio tapes and video; video documented the Rainforest IV performance at Cal Arts, May 17, and night concert performances, May 19
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This component of Kubota's Video chess sculpture (1975) is a color-synthesized video of her black-and-white photographs of Marcel Duchamp and John Cage playing chess in Reunion, a performance conceived and organized by Cage in 1968. The soundtrack is a recording of music generated by the original Reunion performance
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The 1950s was a decade of experimental notational practice in which the performer's role was recast from interpretation to realization. Visiting Getty researcher Philip Thomas (University of Huddersfield, UK) presents a lecture on American composer Christian Wolff and his composition, "For Pianist," which was first performed by David Tudor. This lecture explores the demands facing the performer in "For Pianist" and the performing tradition established by David Tudor, as detailed in the David Tudor archive at the Getty Research Institute, and features performances of solo piano works composed by Wolff in the 1950s
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Spiral-bound notebook or sketchbook with musical notations by Cage. The first section contains Cage's handwritten copy of the "secondo" part of David Tudor's two-piano realization of Cage's "Music for piano" nos. 4, 37, 13, 75, 84, 71, 9, 38, 40, 42, used for the Merce Cunningham dance "Suite for five in space and time." In the margins are penciled timings by Tudor. The second section consists of Cage's three versions of Christian Wolff's "Duo for pianists I," performed by Cage and Tudor (see accn. no. 940073, box 10, folder 6 for Tudor's three versions). Also included is a list of works and timings which correspond to the program of the two-piano recital given by Cage and Tudor in Darmstadt, 1958, and miscellaneous notations, memoranda and charts
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These pen-and-ink portraits of the American experimental pianist and composer David Tudor reveal the contemplative, focused aspects of his personality, while documenting the composer's 1960s period and his friendship with Asawa
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David Tudor letters to Karlheinz Stockhausen, 22 letters (60 pages), 18 envelope fronts, and 6 envelope backs. The correspondence concerns logistics and concert programs for several European tours performed by Tudor, as well as comments and questions regarding Stockhausen's Klavierstücke (I, II, III, etc, especially VI)
Yale University
The Video Collection of Oral History, American Music includes many unedited interviews conducted by Vivian Perlis, as well as some acquisitions and professionally edited and produced videos
New York Public Library
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The Richards papers document her lifetime of work as a scholar and teacher of English literature, a poet, potter, and translator, and finally her lectures, workshops and writings in art education. The papers emphasize the period, the 1940s and 1950s, during which Richards served on the faculty of Black Mountain College
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Audio tracks produced by the Getty Research Institute for the listening station in the exhibit "SEA TAILS: a Video Collaboration.". -- The sources of the recordings are in the Getty's collections as follows: example 1 is from track 3, Side A from David Tudor, Sea Tails, 1983 (David Tudor papers, accession no. 980039, C19); example 2 is a mix from the 3 DVDs of Mollie Davies, Sea Tails [videorecording], 1983 (accession no. 2003.M.24); and example 3 is from Documentation of Sea tails video installation, Theater am Turm, Frankfurt, Germany [videorecording], 1983 October (accession no. 2004.M.5)

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