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Nam June Paik

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Nam June Paik

Nam June Paik has been played on NTS in shows including Fractal Meat On A Spongy Bone, featured first on 19 April 2013. Songs played include Hommage À John Cage, Simple and Paradise Lost.

Nam June Paik (백남준), was born in Seoul, Korea in 1932. After a move to Japan, where he studied the work of composer Arnold Schönberg, Paik came to Germany in 1956 to continue his studies in the history of music. His interests soon turned away from the university setting, to less traditional forms of music leading him to The Westdeutsche Rundfunk's Studio for Electronic Music, where Karlheinz Stockhausen was working. To…

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MOST PLAYED TRACKS
Hommage À John Cage
Nam June Paik
Sub Rosa2001
Hommage À John Cage
Nam June PaikSub Rosa2001
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Simple
Nam June Paik
Sub Rosa2001
Simple
Nam June PaikSub Rosa2001
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Paradise Lost
Ryuichi Sakamoto feat. Allen Ginsberg, Charlotte Moorman, John Cage, Joseph Beuys, Laurie Anderson, Living Theatre, Merce Cunningham, Nam June Pak, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Sun Ock Lee
CBS/Sony1985
Paradise Lost
Ryuichi Sakamoto feat. Allen Ginsberg, Charlotte Moorman, John Cage, Joseph Beuys, Laurie Anderson, Living Theatre, Merce Cunningham, Nam June Pak, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Sun Ock LeeCBS/Sony1985
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Stage Space And Other Discussions
John Cage, Merce Cunningham feat. Alvin Lucier, Carolyn Brown, Christian Wolff, David Tudor, Edwin Denby, Frank Stella, Gordon Mumma, Irwin Kremen, Jasper Johns, John Cage, La Monte Young, Merce Cunningham, Nam June Paik, Remy Charrlip, Robert Rauschenberg, Rudolf Nureyev, Viola Farber, Virgil Thomson
Kultur0
Stage Space And Other Discussions
John Cage, Merce Cunningham feat. Alvin Lucier, Carolyn Brown, Christian Wolff, David Tudor, Edwin Denby, Frank Stella, Gordon Mumma, Irwin Kremen, Jasper Johns, John Cage, La Monte Young, Merce Cunningham, Nam June Paik, Remy Charrlip, Robert Rauschenberg, Rudolf Nureyev, Viola Farber, Virgil ThomsonKultur0
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