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Ingram Marshall in his Hamden, CT studio.
Ingram Marshall in his Hamden, CT studio.

Ingram Marshall (born May 10, 1942 in Mount Vernon, New York) is an American composer and a former student of Vladimir Ussachevsky and Morton Subotnick. He is best known for his electronic works. Image File history File links Ingram Marshall in his Hamden, CT studio. ... Image File history File links Ingram Marshall in his Hamden, CT studio. ... May 10 is the 130th day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar (131st in leap years). ... This article is about the year. ... Mount Vernon is a city located in Westchester County, New York, immediately north of New York Citys The Bronx. ... A composer is a person who writes music. ... Vladimir Ussachevsky (Hailar, Manchuria, November 3, 1911 – New York, New York, January 2, 1990) was a composer particularly known for his work in electronic music. ... Morton Subotnick (born 1933) is an American composer of minimal electronic music, best known for his Silver Apples of the Moon, the first electronic work commissioned by a record company, Nonesuch, and composed on the Buchla modular synthesizer which he helped to design. ...


He has written for the Kronos Quartet: Voces Resonae (1984) and Fog Tropes II. The Kronos Quartet is a string quartet founded by violinist David Harrington in 1973. ...


External links

  • Perfect Sound Forever: Interview by Daniel Varela (July 2003)
  • NewMusicBox: Ingram Marshall in conversation with Frank J. Oteri (August 2001)
  • New Albion Artists: Ingram Marshall

Listening

  • Epitonic.com: Ingram Marshall featuring tracks from Dark Waters and Fog Tropes
  • Art of the States: Ingram Marshall Weather Report (1974)
  • Kingdom Come: Various pieces, featuring Theatre of Voices, Amercican Composers Orchestra, etc.
  • Fog Tropes / Gradual Requiem: Two of his best known works, conducted by John Adams.

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Ingram Marshall - definition of Ingram Marshall in Encyclopedia
Ingram Marshall (born May 10, 1942 in Mount Vernon, New York) is an American composer and a former student of Vladimir Ussachevsky and Morton Subotnick.
Epitonic.com: Ingram Marshall (http://www.epitonic.com/artists/ingrammarshall.html) featuring tracks from Dark Waters and Fog Tropes
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