Hurdy-Gurdy is the newest entry in the HurdyGurdy series, a series of contemporary instruments made by Hurdy’s legendary composer, John Cage.
The new instrument, called the “Hurdy-Go-Gorilla,” is available now on Amazon and will be available to purchase from Hurdy on March 10.
The instrument has been inspired by Hilda’s gorillas, according to the company’s website.
The original Hurdy Go-Gurilla was first played by Cage on his 1965 film The Man Who Would Be King.
He played it during the recording sessions of his 1973 hit song, “Hilda’s Gorilla.”
Cage died in 2000.
Hurdy Gurda has long been a favorite of Cage’s.
In the 1970s, Cage recorded his music for Hurdy in his home studio in Harlem, New York.
The Hurdy music is the main source of Cage songs.
“He loved Hurdy because he was the first person who played it with a big band and he loved Hilda because he played it at her funeral,” the band’s songwriter, John Gail, told NPR.
The “Holly-Go!” sound effect that comes out of Cage singing “Hollie” when he plays the “Go-Go” sounds like a small guitar playing a huge guitar.
Cage’s musical tastes are similar to that of contemporary musicians such as David Bowie, Paul McCartney, and Bruce Springsteen.
“The music of Hurdy is not something that you listen to because it’s a great piece of music, it’s not something you listen because you think it’s beautiful,” said Hilda Pyle, a curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art in New York City.
“But you know, I have a certain appreciation for John Cage, the music he plays.”
The “Hilly Go-Go,” which was recorded in Cage’s home studio, is considered one of his finest works.
It was performed on Broadway in 1975.
In the early 2000s, the Hilda and John Cage Foundation started the Hurdy Gurdy Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides free educational and recreational opportunities for the people of Harlem.
The foundation is currently celebrating its 20th anniversary.
“Hurdy has played a huge part in my life.
It’s part of the fabric of my family,” said John, who is now 51.
“I grew up with it and I still play it with my daughter.”
The Hurdys are currently traveling the world, including to Europe, to perform at music festivals.