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Anderson, R. & Haskins R. (December, 2010). John Cage and recorded sound: A discographical essay. Notes, 67 (2), 382-409. John Cage and recorded sound: A discographical essay is an article written by Rick Anderson and Rob Haskins. In this article, Anderson and Haskins discuss the career and discography of composer John Cage. They talk about Cage’s feelings about sound recording, music and society, and the public performance of music.
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Gallops, W. (2005). Music competition developing a healthy paradigm for performers and teachers. Journal of Music Teacher Education, 15, (1), 15-22. Written by Wayne Gallops, this article is talking about the importance for a healthy paradigm for music performers, teachers, and competition.