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John Cage
Second Construction +19408'
Third Construction +194110'
Double Music +19415'
Amores +194310'
She is asleep +194312'
Imaginary Landscape #1 +19396'
Imaginary Landscape #2 +19427'
Imaginary Landscape #3 +19423'
Credo in us +194210'
Four4 +199172'
Three219919'
Inlets +1977ad lib
Music for amplified toy pianos +1960ad lib
Radio Music +
Radio Music is a work composed using chance operations. The score indicates 56 different frequencies between 55 and 156 kHz, notated using numbers (and not using conventional staves, like in Imaginary Landscape No.4).
Cage mentions that the work is in 4 sections, with or without silences between them, to be programmed by the player(s).

From the website http://www.johncage.info

19566'
But what about the noise of crumpling paper which he used to do in order to paint the series of "papiers froissés" or tearing up paper to make "papiers déchirés"? Arp was stimulated by water (sea, lake, and flowing waters like rivers), forests. +1985ad lib
Living Room Music (for percussion and speech quartet) +19396'
Jean-Christophe Feldhandler
D'une Lumière (for percussion, piano, melodica and electric guitar) +199610'
Snafu (for percussion, trombone, Hammond organ, drums & electronics) +200045'
Chemins Propices (for percussion, melodicas, shengs and tape) +200422'
Vinko Globokar
Kvadrat +198915'
Lou Harrison
Double Music +19415'
Daniel Koskowitz
Grover Mills (for percussion and sequencer) +199645'
George E. Lewis
Virtual Discourse (for interactive virtual instruments) +199335'
Crazy Quilt (for interactive virtual instruments)200230'
Lê Quan Ninh
Oscille (for interactive virtual instruments) +199830'
Toru Takemitsu
Seasons (for percussion and tape) +197018'