4'33'' is a musical composition that indicates the performer not to play their instrument for four minutes and thirtythree seconds. Therefore, there is no preparation needed for this piece to be performed in any instrument.
4'33'' is a musical composition created in 1952 by the American composer John Cage. According to the First Tacet Edition, one of the four versions of the score, it was originally written to be performed "by any instrumentalist or combination of instrumentalists and last any length of time."
It has been said that this composition is created not by the instrument itself, but by the sounds of the environment perceived when it is performed. This refers back to Cage's original idea that sounds of any kind can constitute music.
All this considered, 4'33'' can be played on any instrument or combination of instruments without the need for transposition or preparation, since the performer would need to sit in silence for the amount of time indicated on the score.
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