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Zero Minutes Zero Seconds

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Zero Minutes Zero Seconds was composed in 1962 by American composer John Cage and premiered in Tokyo on October 24 of the same year that can be performed in any way by anyone.

The original score for this work consists of one sentence: “In a situation provided with maximum amplification (no feedback), perform a disciplined action.” A day later, Cage added further instructions, for example allowing interruptions of the action, not repeating the same action in another performance or that the action should not be the performance of a musical composition. Dedicated to Japanese composer Toshi Ichiyanagi and Japanese multimedia artist Yoko Ono, Zero Minutes Zero Seconds is the third and final work in a series corresponding to the three lines of haiku poetry.

Zero Minutes Zero Seconds - © Attention Deficit Disorder Prosthetic Memory Program
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