Ingram Marshall: Today's Music Tomorrow

Ingram Marshall: Today’s Music Tomorrow

Ingram Marshall in Hamden, CT Tuesday, July 17, 2001, 1:00 p.m. Interview Videotaped and Transcribed by Amanda MacBlane Tape Music vs. Score-Based Music Musical Boundaries From Fog Tropes to Hymnodic Delays Working with Other Musicians The Orchestra Recordings Promotion and Documentation Excerpts from the Music of Ingram Marshall Download the Entire Transcript [44K PDF] free… Read more »

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Frank J. Oteri

Frank J. Oteri is an ASCAP-award winning composer and music journalist. Among his compositions are Already Yesterday or Still Tomorrow for orchestra, the "performance oratorio" MACHUNAS, the 1/4-tone sax quartet Fair and Balanced?, and the 1/6-tone rock band suite Imagined Overtures. His compositions are represented by Black Tea Music. Oteri is the Vice President of the International Society for Contemporary Music (ISCM) and is Composer Advocate at New Music USA where he has been the Editor of its web magazine, NewMusicBox.org, since its founding in 1999.

A black and white photo of Ingram Marshall sitting and looking pensive

Ingram Marshall (photo courtesy Nonesuch Records)

Ingram Marshall in Hamden, CT
Tuesday, July 17, 2001, 1:00 p.m.
Interview Videotaped and Transcribed by Amanda MacBlane

  1. Tape Music vs. Score-Based Music
  2. Musical Boundaries
  3. From Fog Tropes to Hymnodic Delays
  4. Working with Other Musicians
  5. The Orchestra
  6. Recordings
  7. Promotion and Documentation
  8. Excerpts from the Music of Ingram Marshall

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