The Null Device
John Cage's lawyers sue over "derivative" silent track
The latest tidings from the brave new era of neo-Galambosian
absolutism: John Cage's music publishers are claiming to
own the rights to the concept of silence
A British music producer has received a legal nastygram from the publishers
over a 60-second
silent track on a CD he put together. Cage's publishers are claiming
that the track is a derivative work of Cage's 4'33"
(via bOING bOING)
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