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b 1912 (Los Angeles, USA)–1992 (New York); doyen of New Music and Acoustic Art; Zen philosopher; early use of tape recorder or radio as sound sources in composition, also worked with random procedures, based on I-Ging, an ancient Chinese book of oracles, and integrated everyday sounds into music.