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This week on SoundNotion we have composer, writer and highly emotional human being Daniel Asia (yes, that Daniel Asia). We discuss his Huffington Post piece on John Cage, masterpieces & geniuses and what makes music “useful.”
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- This week on SoundNotion we talk to composer and writer Daniel Asia (yes, that Daniel Asia).
- Daniel defends his controversial Huffington Post piece on John Cage and his prepared piano work Sonatas and Interludes.
- The panel takes him to task on genius, masterpieces, form, spirituality, emotion in music, serial techniques, music history, aesthetic point of view (yes, it’s a long one) and the importance of harmony.
- Thanks to Daniel for being such a great sport and Anthony Lanman for suggesting the episode title.