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Wednesday, July 17, 2002

Juridiken går vidare i fallet Cages släktingar vs. Mike Batt. Fascinerande.
Wombles creator Mike Batt has found himself in a copyright dispute with American minimalist composer John Cage.
Cage's music publisher has complained about a one-minute silence, "composed" by Mike Batt, on his latest CD Classical Graffiti by The Planets.
Peters Edition claims the silence is an infringement of Cage's famous 1952 work 4'33", which consists of four minutes and 33 seconds of silence.
And on Wednesday morning the two works are being performed side-by-side at Baden Powell House in Kensington, central London, to help clarify the terms of the dispute.

...från bbc.co.uk.