HamMer Studios, Columbus, Ohio
22 April 2017
He didn’t have any ideas in his head. He paid attention to what he saw and heard. He let the thing he was listening to go into his empty head. He had no ideas. He had nothing. He was free of his experience. His experience freed him. He could see all around him. Each time he saw you he brought some radically new idea. He thought of all sound as music. John Cage on Henry David Thoreau (unpublished interview) 1982
IN CONCERT featured music by David Lang and Jason Treuting plus a revised rendition of Thoreau’s Desk (requires some assembly) played by percussion trio Tigue. Changes to Thoreau’s Desk included an added vocal duo, circular saw, and AM/FM radio.