aos for david tudor
grapefruit in the world of park
voice piece for
Yoko Ono composed the soundtrack for
the film by Takahiko Iimura (also called Ai (Love). Scott MacDonald (After Image,
April, 1978): "Love is interesting, because of the dramatic black and white
contrasts in the imagery, created in part by shooting in 8mm and then blowing
the film up to 16mm, and because of Yoko Ono's soundtrack, which combines a 'shhhhhhh'
reminiscent of white noise with a variety of other intermittent sounds (to make
the soundtrack, Ono hung a microphone out the window)." "I first saw
Iimura's film "Love" in 1962 in Tokyo. I was very impressed by the poetic
and sensuous, yet experimental, direction of the film and did the sound for it.
" -- Yoko Ono, 1996.
kuri yoji / aos
Uncredited vocals by Yoko Ono
in the soundtrack for the film by Toshi Ichiyanagi (also called Kuri Yoji/AOS).
kuri yoji / tragedy on the g-string
voice by Yoko Ono in the soundtrack for the film by Toshi Ichiyanagi (also called
A dance piece by Jennifer Muller/The
Works was accompanied by Yoko Ono's music and Keith Haring's art (set design and
was Yoko Ono's contribution to The John Cage Tribute, A Chance Operation (1993).
Georgia Stone was also the score to a stage production by the same name in 1987,
when the piece was originally written.
for an endangered species
A ballet by Ellen Bromberg (for Core Performance
Company) was was inspired by Yoko Ono's installation "Endangered
Species 2319-2322". The work features also an original sound score by Yoko
Ono. (The photo: Yoko Ono / Lenono Photo Archive)
sky is always blue
The experimental piece by Yoko Ono was intended
to mark the 50th anniversary of the dropping of the first atomic bomb on the Japanese
city of Hiroshima in 1945.
An epic play by Ron Destro with
music scores by Yoko Ono.
not for sale: feminism and art in usa
essay by Laura Cottingham has a soundtrack by Yoko Ono.
in the woods
A film by Jennifer Elster features vocalizations by Yoko Ono.