Tracklist

12" Vinyl 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
A1 Credo in Us
John Cage ?:??
A2 Imaginary Landscape no. 1
John Cage ?:??
B1 Concerto for Piano and Orchestra / Solo for Voice I / Solo for Voice II
John Cage ?:??
B2 Rozart Mix
John Cage ?:??
12" Vinyl 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
C1a October 1952
Earle Brown ?:??
C1b November 1952
Earle Brown ?:??
C1c December 1952
Earle Brown ?:??
C1d MM - 87
Earle Brown ?:??
C1e MM - 135 March 1953
Earle Brown ?:??
C1f Music for "Trio for Five Dancers" June 1953
Earle Brown ?:??
C1g 1953
Earle Brown ?:??
D1 Four Systems
Earle Brown ?:??
D2 In Between Pieces for Three Players
Christian Wolff ?:??
D3 Electric Spring 2
Christian Wolff ?:??
12" Vinyl 3
# Title Artist Rating Length
E1 For Franz Kline
Morton Feldman ?:??
E2 The Straits of Magellan
Morton Feldman ?:??
E3 Between Categories
Morton Feldman ?:??
F1 Sapporo
Toshi Ichiyanagi ?:??
F2 Life Music
Toshi Ichiyanagi ?:??
12" Vinyl 4
# Title Artist Rating Length
G Conversations with John Cage, Christian Wolff, Hans G Helms
John Cage, Christian Wolff, Hans G. Helms ?:??
H Morton Feldman, Earle Brown and Heinz-Klaus Metzger in discussion
Morton Feldman, Earle Brown, Heinz-Klaus Metzger ?:??

Credits

12" Vinyl 1

percussion:
Michael Dietz (percussionist) (1971-06) (tracks A1–A2)
Burkhard Wissemann (1971-06) (track A1)
electronic instruments [electronics]:
Johann-Nikolaus Matthes (Sound Engineer) (1971-06) (track A1)
turntable(s):
Johann-Nikolaus Matthes (Sound Engineer) (1971-06) (tracks A1–A2)
piano:
Hermann Danuser (1971-06) (track B1)
Christoph Keller (1971-06) (tracks A1–A2)
balance engineer:
Johann-Nikolaus Matthes (Sound Engineer) (1971-06) (tracks A1–B2)
composer:
John Cage (1939) (track A2)
John Cage (1942) (track A1)
John Cage (1957 – 1958) (track B1)
John Cage (1965) (track B2)
conductor:
Rainer Riehn (1971-06) (tracks A1–B1)
dedicated to:
Elaine de Kooning (track B1)
Alvin Lucier (track B2)
instruments:
Members of the Ensemble Musica Negativa (1971-06) (tracks B1–B2)
producer:
Lieselotte Montes-Baquer (tracks A1–B2)
vocals:
Bell Imhoff (1971-06) (track B1)
Doris Sandrock (1971-06) (track B1)
premiered at:
[concert] (1965-05) (track B2)
[concert] (1958-05-15) (track B1)
publisher:
Peters Edition Ltd. (tracks A2–B2)
recording of:
Concert for Piano and Orchestra (also for piano solo and other combinations) (1971-06) (track B1)
Credo in US (for 4 percussionists) (1971-06) (track A1)
Imaginary Landscape no. 1 (1971-06) (track A2)
Rozart Mix (1971-06) (track B2)

12" Vinyl 2

electric bass guitar:
cello:
Wilhelm Schulz (track D2)
recorder:
Rainer Riehn (track D3)
organ:
Gerhard Stäbler (track D2)
double bass:
electric guitar:
Jörg Trappe (track D3)
piano:
Hermann Danuser (tracks C1a, C1d–C1e, C1g)
trombone:
Bernt Laukamp (track D3)
composer:
Earle Brown (tracks C1c–C1d, C1g)
Earle Brown (1952-10) (track C1a)
Earle Brown (1952-11) (track C1b)
Earle Brown (1953-03) (track C1e)
Earle Brown (1953-06) (track C1f)
Earle Brown (1954) (track D1)
Christian Wolff (American composer of experimental classical music) (1963) (track D2)
Christian Wolff (American composer of experimental classical music) (1966) (track D3)
conductor:
Rainer Riehn (tracks C1b–C1c, C1f)
Earle Brown (track D1)
instruments:
Ensemble Musica Negativa (tracks C1b–C1c, C1f, D1)
revised by:
Christian Wolff (American composer of experimental classical music) (1970) (track D3)
part of:
Folio (tracks C1a–C1g)
recording of:
1953 (track C1g)
4 Systems (track D1)
December 1952 (track C1c)
Electric Spring 2 (track D3)
In Between Pieces (track D2)
MM-135, March 1953 (track C1e)
MM-87 (track C1d)
October 1952 (track C1a)

12" Vinyl 3

violin:
Hans-Peter Friedrich (violinist) (track E3)
Ulf Klausenitzer (tracks E1, E3)
cello:
Wilhelm Schulz (track E3)
Frank Wolff (German cellist) (tracks E1, E3)
trumpet:
Paul Knill (track E2)
chimes:
Michael Dietz (percussionist) (tracks E1, E3)
Burkhard Wissemann (track E3)
flute:
Heiner Wiberny (track E2)
double bass:
electric guitar:
Klaus-Ulrich Dorn (track E2)
piano:
Morton Feldman (track E3)
Christoph Keller (tracks E2–E3)
Heinz-Klaus Metzger (track E1)
harp:
Brigitte Sylvestre (track E2)
French horn:
Jakob Hefti (tracks E1–E2)
composer:
Morton Feldman (1961) (track E2)
Morton Feldman (1962) (track E1)
一柳慧 (1962) (track F1)
一柳慧 (1966) (track F2)
Morton Feldman (1969) (track E3)
conductor:
Rainer Riehn (tracks E2, F1–F2)
dedicated to:
Franz Kline (track E1)
instruments:
Ensemble Musica Negativa (tracks F1–F2)
soprano vocals:
Bell Imhoff (track E1)
recording of:
Between Categories (track E3)
For Franz Kline (track E1)
Life Music (track F2)
Sapporo (track F1)

12" Vinyl 4

spoken vocals:
Earle Brown (track H)
John Cage (track G)
Morton Feldman (track H)
Hans G. Helms (writer, composer, intellectual) (track G)
Christian Wolff (American composer of experimental classical music) (track G)