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Fog Tropes / Gradual Requiem

Artist: Ingram Marshall

Year: 1984
Country: United States
Catalog No: New Albion, NA 002
Format: Vinyl Lp
A1 Fog Tropes 10:00
  Gradual Requiem  
A2 Part 1 Synthesizer, Mandolin, Voice 6:15
A3 Part 2 Piano, Mandolin, Gambuh (Flute), Voice 6:30
B1 Part 3 Gambuh, Mandolin, Piano, Voice 9:10
B2 Part 4 Voice, Gambuh 7:50
B3 Part 5 Synthesizer, Mandolin, Piano 2:30
Companies, etc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – New Albion Records, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – New Albion Records, Inc.
  • Published By – IBU Music
  • Recorded At – Tres Virgos Studios
  • Recorded At – Mobius Music
  • Mixed At – Mobius Music
  • Conductor – John Adams (tracks: A1)
  • Design [Album] – Alison Allen
  • Engineer – Lolly Lewis (tracks: A1), Oliver diCicco (tracks: A2 to B3), Robert Missbach (tracks: A1)
  • French Horn – Brian McCarty (tracks: A1), William Klingelofer* (tracks: A1)
  • Liner Notes [The Music Of Ingram Marshall: A Personal View] – John Adams
  • Mandolin – Foster Reed (tracks: A2 to B3)
  • Photography By – Jim Bengston
  • Trombone – Don Kennelly (tracks: A1), Marc Kenley (tracks: A1)
  • Trumpet – Jim Miller (35) (tracks: A1), Tim Wilson (28) (tracks: A1)
  • Voice, Piano, Electronics [Serge Modular] – Ingram Marshall (tracks: A2 to B3)
"Fog Tropes" is scored for brass sextet and pre-recorded tape. The brass music is processed through a tape delay or digital delay system. Recorded at Tres Virgos Studio, San Rafael, California.
"Gradual Requiem" was recorded at Möbius Studio, San Francisco, California.
The album was mixed at Möbius Studio.

"Gradual Requiem is dedicated to the memory of my father, Harry R. Marshall (1900-1979)"

Published by IBU Music, B.M.I.

Includes a single-sided, 12"-sized insert.