Ingram Marshall

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While composer Ingram Marshall's earliest compositions were electronic works, he has increasingly written for live musicians, including the Kronos Quartet. In the mid-'60s, he studied under Vladimir Ussachevsky,…
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Alcatraz, for synthesizers, buoys, birds, fog horns, singing, gambuh flute & cell doors Electronic/Computer Music
Gradual Requiem, for synthesizer, mandolin, voices, gambuh, piano & tape delay 1980 Chamber Music
Hymnodic Delays, for soprano, countertenor, tenor & baritone 1997 Vocal Music
Fog Tropes, for brass sextet, fog horns & tape 1982 Chamber Music
Three Penitential Visions, for tape Electronic/Computer Music
Kingdom Come, for orchestra 1997 Orchestral
Hidden Voices, for soprano & tape 1989 Vocal Music
Fog Tropes II, for string quartet & tape 1993 Chamber Music
The Fragility Cycles ("Gambuh") 1976 Chamber Music
Soepa, for guitar Chamber Music
Dark Waters, for English horn & tape 1995 Chamber Music
Hackney Tune ("Give Ear, O God"), for chorus Choral
Entrada (At the River) for string quartet amplified with processing Chamber Music
Rave, for oboe & sound samples 1995 Chamber Music
Bright Kingdoms, for orchestra & tape Orchestral
Son of Soe-pa, for classical guitar & electronics 2007 Chamber Music
Prelude - The Bay [as used in the Motion Picture Shutter Island]
Easy Pieces (5), for piano, 4 hands Keyboard
Woodstone 1981 Chamber Music
Peaceable Kingdom 1990 Chamber Music
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