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early musical studies in Berlin * emigrated to Ecuador in 1939 * in the same year received a grant for the Mannes School of Music in New York * studied composition with Roger Sessions, Stefan Wolpe and Ralph Shapey * personal use of Schönberg’s 12-tone-method, with complex rhythms and varying sound-colours * teached composition at New York University, Temple University and Manhattan School of Music * composed c75 works: solo pieces, chamber and orchestral music * received numerous awards * since 2006 resided in her birth town Berlin again

Selected works by Ursula Mamlok:
Concerto for oboe and chamber orchestra (2003)
Grasshoppers – 6 Humoresques for large orchestra (1957)
Cantata (Psalm I) for voices and piano/organ (1958)
Wind Quintet (1956)

Modernity with clarity, communicative awareness, and unwaveringness. — Habakuk Traber

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Please also visit the Mamlok Foundations's homepage at www.mamlokstiftung.com.

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