Jocelyn Morlock

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Jocelyn Morlock (born 1969) is a Canadian composer based in Vancouver. She is quickly becoming one of the most commissioned and recorded new composers in Canada. Since 2012, she has been the Composer In Residence for Vancouver's Music on Main.

Style[edit]

Morlock's music exhibits a quirky and eccentric post-modernism, but is specially centred around emotion.[1] Her musical language is typically tonal or modal, but is expanded with extended techniques and colouristic effects.

Selected works[edit]

  • Bird in the Tangled Sky (1997)
  • "Lacrimosa" (2000)
  • Exaudi (2004)
  • Music from the Romantic Era (2005)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Keillor, John (June 2009). Words and Music. SOCAN. p. 9. "Musical Dialogues" 

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