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About Virginia Anderson

Virginia Anderson is editor of the Journal of Experimental Music Studies (Jems). She has played and studied experimental music since she found John Cage's Silence in her local library in 1968. She is the author of British Experimental Music: Cornelius Cardew and His Contemporaries (1983; reprinted 2000) and (her doctoral thesis) Aspects of British Experimental Music as a Separate Art-Music Culture (2004).

Articles by Virginia Anderson

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Alex Sakalis is associate editor of openDemocracy and co-edits the Can Europe Make It? page.

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Cornelius Cardew lives

A pioneering, charismatic composer who searched sincerely for the truth of art, life and politics died on 13 December 1981. Cornelius Cardew's integrity and creative restlessness ensure that he remains an inspiration, says Virginia Anderson

(This article was first published on 5 May 2006)

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