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Bird wanted her dancers to come down a brass pole. Its cost proved prohibitive, but she obtained a small piece of such a pole and brought it to the studio where she was about to teach, accompanied on the piano by Cage. Part of Cage’s assigned work at Cornish was to accompany dancers at classes and recitals, “drudgery which I hate,” he said. In this instance he set the brass chunk upon a tray on the piano. When he started playing for the class, it fell into the case and rolled around the strings.
While living in Germany, she had often visited the Bauhaus and got to personally know the so-called Blue Four: Alexej von Jawlensky, Paul Klee, Wassily Kandinsky, and Lyonel Feininger. Now about forty-five and settled permanently in Los Angeles, she exhibited, promoted, and sold their paintings—one of the first art collectors/dealers in America to do so. Her viewers included Cage, to whom she even loaned a work by Klee. Xenia had studied art at Reed College, and fashioned artworks herself, in various media.
2. THE ART OF NOISE 1938–1942 Percussion Music; Lou Harrison OSKAR FISCHINGER’S concept of incarnate sound animated Cage’s thinking about music the rest of his life. ” The idea freed him from Schoenberg’s demand for understanding of harmony. ” Cage composed some of his first percussion music when he and Xenia went to live in Santa Monica, probably late in 1937. They survived on only fifty dollars a month, he recalled, money he earned scrounging odd jobs and doing research for lawyers. The couple moved into a large house run by a bookbinder named Hazel Dreis, an artist at her trade whose covering materials included python.
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