John Cage’s best-known work is commonly thought to be a prank: four minutes and 33 seconds of silence. But that was never Cage’s intent. Instead, audiences should interpret whatever sounds may occur during the piece as the “performance.”

Of his cover, Fraham says, “This rework could be considered a joke. I sat at the piano in silence and worked from there. I listened and took in the atmosphere and this is what came out of it. Of course, it doesn’t do Cage justice, but it was more fun playing rather than sitting in silence.”