John Cage: Sonatas and Interludes

by Yuji Takahashi

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The recordings of John Cage: Sonatas and Interludes (1946-48) with Yuji Takahashi on preparated piano was originally made in 1965 and released on two LP:s 1966.

They were Fylkingen Records' first releases with the intention to make documentations of Fylkingen's concerts in public, and a test of the sound expert Stig Carlsson's thoughts about recording techniques.

The Sonates and interludes are an attempt to express in music the "permanent emotions" of Indian tradition: the heroic, the erotic, the wondrous, the mirthful, sorrow, fear, anger, the odius and their common tendency to toward tranquillity.

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released January 1, 1997

Recorded July 26 and 27, 1965 at the Italian Institute in Stockholm, Sweden.

Original recordings produced by Knut Wiggen. Re-issue produced by Christian Bock. Recording Engineer: Claes-Göran Wanning. Original cover design: Lars-Gunnar Bodin. Graphic Design: Jonas Mattsson. Digitally remastered by Sylve Sjöberg. Label manager: Katrin von Rettig.

Subsidized by the Swedish National Council for Cultural Affairs. FYCD 1010. ℗ & © 1997

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