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This image will probably be the best example of Irony Youtube has ever produced.

>> No.13266   [Delete]   [Edit]

Heh, my improv music group did a version this once.

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>> No.13274   [Delete]   [Edit]

any explination for those of us who dont?
My guess is there are no copyrights on this song
edit: oh one quick view of it on youtube.. oh wow

Also wouldnt that be proof that youtube and the wmg are just plain out lying about these copyright claims... theres something there wmg could be sued for im sure of it

Last edited 10/08/01(Sun)19:41.

>> No.13276   [Delete]   [Edit]

i don't get it. Anyone care to explain?
Btw i've seen a lot of videos having the audio deleted by this thing. Fucking annoying.

Last edited 10/08/01(Sun)21:05.

>> No.13277   [Delete]   [Edit]


The work, 4′33″ (pronounced Four minutes, thirty-three seconds or, as the composer himself referred to it, Four, thirty-three) is a three-movement composition by American avant-garde composer John Cage (19121992). It was composed in 1952 for any instrument (or combination of instruments), and the score instructs the performer not to play the instrument during the entire duration of the piece throughout the three movements (the first being thirty seconds, the second being two minutes and twenty-three seconds, and the third being one minute and forty seconds). Although commonly perceived as "four minutes thirty-three seconds of silence", the piece actually consists of the sounds of the environment that the listeners hear while it is performed. Over the years, 4′33″ became Cage's most famous and most controversial composition.

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Basically, it means the song itself is completely silent. No instruments play at all for 4'33"

>> No.13292   [Delete]   [Edit]

So a song which more or less amounts to silence is taken off Youtube due to copy right issues?


That's not just trolling, it's trolling squared.

Last edited 10/08/02(Mon)21:01.

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