or J.A. Caesar, or J.A. Ceasar...as Henrikku Morisaki said at the Harvard Film Archive last Saturday, Caesar became a composer when Shûji Terayama commanded him to do so, and was a natural but "could only compose in A minor or E minor"...nevertheless, when working in France and given the option of working with any French composer he wanted, Terayama chose to work with Caesar. The Terayama series finishes this weekend. Also, when Terayama saw Pink Floyd in Germany in the 1960s, he said (according to Morisaki), "This is the music from now on."