New York: Richard C. Higgins, nd [c. 1960's]. 4to, 9 leaves mimeographed on rectos only from typescript and stapled once at the upper left hand corner.
A remarkable collection of happenings, performance texts, musical proposals and poems that were, according to the colophon, were "All of 'em written at New York Between 4/13/63 and 2/28/64." Includes the pieces Danger musics no. 33-43, Starlight serenade, Meaningful lives through meaningful and rewardind work, Wind and strings, Solo for brass, Solo for wind instruments, Music for stringed instruments, The fattest man in all the world, Causes of German militarism, Another February, and April 13th.
One of the artist's scarcest books, one of a series self-published in NYC before he started the Something Else Press.
Very good with some creasing and smudging. OCLC locates only two holdings, at MOMA and Northwestern. Item #29001