“One of the things I found that was most astounding was that,
when a tiny snowflake lands on a microphone it is incredibly loud.“
– Notes on the realization of John Cage’s “A Dip in the Lake“
(2001-2003) Robert Pleshar
The only recording recovered has being published physically as transparent flexi-disc. Every time it’s played, the player needle wears away the vinyl and making the sound of the recording disappear. Therefore, each listening destroys the sound.
Note: The distribution of the object is not assured by the usual channels.