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Ono, Yōko, 1933-


Parallel Names

  • Ono, Yoko


Japanese (born), American (based)

Found in 66 Collections and/or Records:

The Guests Go In to Supper / Summer, Melody, editor ; Burch, Kathleen, editor ; Summer, Michael, editor ; Cage J ; Ashley R ; Ono Y ; Anderson L ; Amirkhanian C ; Peppe M ; Atchley K ; Butler F., 1986

Identifier: CC-39610-41569
Scope and Contents This book is a compilation of the texts, scores, and ideas of seven American composers who use words as an integral part of their compositions. The following are excerpts from the seven interviews . . . John Cage: We should study the ways of industry. In order to, ourselves, behave globally, as industry behaves. They do it out of greed. We should do it out of the desire to make the house we live in, which is the whole place, in good working order. Robert Ashley: Its okay to sit in your room and listen to a record over and over again when you're fifteen, but if you do that when you are forty, people think you are crazy. But the funny thing is that we have actually allowed ourselves that free time for television. Yoko Ono: Somehow all the things that come out of me like words or music or whatever seem to be not my doing. It just comes in and I immediately write it down. I don't think of it as talent necessarily. I think of it like a good radio. Laurie Anderson: As these two life...
Dates: 1986

War is Over! / Lennon, John; Ono, Yoko., 1970

Identifier: CC-07127-7267
Scope and Contents

Stored in Yoko Ono box. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1970