Mauricio Rosenmann Taub
Mauricio Rosenmann Taub (born 1932), a native of Santiago, is a Chilean composer, writer and poet. He studied piano and composition initially in Santiago, then in Stuttgart, Freiburg and Paris, where he also studied musicology and linguistics. Repeatedly he visited the Darmstadt New Music Summer School. In 1964 he graduated in Paris from Conservatoire, where he studied with Olivier Messiaen, with distinction (premier prix). During his time in Paris Rosenmann also worked at the French Broadcast as a member of the Groupe des Recherches Musicales and studied organ with Edouard Souberbielle. At the University of Paris (Sorbonne) he studied linguistics with Andre Martinet, phonetics and musicology. After that he returned to Freiburg and joined the class of Wolfgang Fortner, graduated with composing and became a lecturer at the Freiburger Musikhochschule.
Wig-lid (lullaby) by Dora Taub for mezzo-soprano, cor anglais, horn, viola, harp and piano . [*]
Fricke, Stefan: Mauricio Rosenmann, in: Komponisten der Gegenwart, KDG, ed. Hanns-Werner Heister, Munchen: Edition Text u. Kritik, 1992 ff.
Mauricio Rosenmann Taub at Pfau-Verlag
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