Ingram Marshall

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Friday, October 19, 2007

Tonight we feature music by Ingram Marshall, whose musical roots lie in the electronic music revolution of the 1960s and '70s. Equally influenced by the gamelan music of Java and Bali, Marshall's aesthetic evokes a sense of dreaminess — while remaining aware of the emotional responses to rhythmic complexity.

Hymnodic Delays

Ingram Marshall's "Hymnodic Delays" is comprised of four pieces based on early American psalms. Each section starts out with the source material, then gradually evolves into the composer's trademark sound: nuanced and rhythmically complex, yet highly expressive in its overall simplicity.


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