- Released: July 17, 2001
- Label: Nonesuch
- 1.Kingdom Come
- 2.Hymnodic Delays: Bright Hour Delay
- 3.Hymnodic Delays: Broad Road
- 4.Hymnodic Delays: Swept Away
- 5.Hymnodic Delays: Low Dutch
- 6.Fog Tropes Ii for String Quartet and Tape
Personnel: Ellen Hargis (soprano); Paul Elliott (tenor); Stephen Rickard (countertenor); Paul Hillier (baritone); David Harrington, John Sherba (violin); Hank Dutt (viola); Joan Jeanrenaud (cello).
Audio Mixers: Craig Silvey; Bob Levy ; John Kilgore.
Liner Note Author: Ingram Marshall.
Recording information: Skywalker Sound, CA (08/1996-10/2000); Suny Purchase Concert Hall (08/1996-10/2000); The Performing Arts Center, Purchase, NY (08/1996-10/2000); The United Church, Warren Village, Warren VT (08/1996-10/2000); United Church In Warren Villiage (08/1996-10/2000).
Director: Paul Hillier.
Photographers: Karina Benznicki; Jim Bengston; Ingram Marshall.
American composer Ingram Marshall combines original elegiac orchestrations and choral works in music for orchestra and tape on this album. The soul of these works, which contain East European influences, is musings upon war-torn Bosnia and churches in that area were used to record key portions. Kronos Quartet records the third piece on this beautiful, sad triptych, "Fog Tropes II," a new version of the one of the composer's better-known works. Midway, the composer uses electronics to transmute American hymns into new works on the ethereal "Hymnodic Delays. ~ Tom Schulte