45. Emmett Williams, Ten Arrangements for Five Performers (1962)

The conductor rings a bell, performers move about freely. The conductor rings the bell again, the performers freeze, and say a single word. This procedure is repeated nine times.

There is also another formulation with the same title:

Leader rings bell, performers move. Leader rings bell a second time, and all freeze, each saying a single word.

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