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The Fragility Cycles
Musique Concrète, Experimental
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1963 mb
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1490 mb
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1497 mb
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Much of this album will be appreciated by space music fans and those who love early ambient music; Marshall approaches the same areas as Brian Eno or Klaus Schulze, while coming from a classically trained, academic world. In the second half, this looping, spacious sound is interrupted by the sounds of an old radio broadcast playing Sibelius and sounding like a returned broadcast from space.

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The song 'Fragility Cycles ('Gambuh')' by Ingram Marshall has a tempo of 67 beats per minute (BPM) on 'September Canons'. This song is played at 67 Beats Per Minute (Adagio), or 17 Measures/Bars Per Minute. Time Signature: 4/4. Use the Metronome below to practice at this tempo. Video Fragility Cycles ("Gambuh"). 4. Fragility Cycles ("Gambuh"). Top Songs Ingram Marshall.

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Listen to Ingram Marshall Fragility Cycles ("Gambuh") MP3 song. Fragility Cycles ("Gambuh") song from the album Ingram Marshall: September Canons is released on Jan 2009. The duration of song is 14:57. This song is sung by Ingram Marshall.

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While American composer Ingram Marshall has been called many things-West Coast Minimalist, New Romantic, Postmodernist-his music resists pigeonholing, and the only label Marshall himself endorses is "Expressivist. This eerie sound includes an Indian tambura drone effect. Thus, this retrospective presents Marshall's musical development over the decades.


A1 Rop På Fjellet
A2 Gambuh I (Parts 1, 2, 3, 4)
B1 Gambuh I (Part 5)
B2 Sibelius In His Radio Corner
B3 Gambuh II
B4 IKON (Ayiasma)
B5 Gambuh III

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – IBU Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ingram Marshall
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – IBU Music Productions
  • Mastered At – Record Technology Incorporated – 4914
  • Mastered At – Record Technology Incorporated – 4915


  • Composed By, Electronics, Performer, Producer – Ingram Marshall
  • Layout, Typography – Kai Gjelseth
  • Photography By [Cover And Concert Photographs By] – Jim Bengston


Printed in Norway for distribution abroad.

A1 is misspelled on label as "Rop: Paa Fjellet", but spelled correctly on the sleeve. The title translates as "Cries Upon The Mountains".

"This recording was made from live, real-time performances; it is not a highly edited studio mix. There are a few ambient sounds, pops and crackles, which one might hear during such a live performance of the work. This is due to the inherent unpredictability of the electronics themselves."

℗ 1979 Ingram Marshall
IBU Music Productions

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): IBU 101 A 4914
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): IBU 101 B 4915
  • Rights Society (Performance rights): SESAC