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Becerra-Schmidt lived in Germany since 1973 and taught at Oldenburg University since 1974. Becerra was the most prolific Chilean composer. His catalogue includes hundreds of compositions that goes from the most traditional to the most avant-garde, from popular songs to large scale cantatas, symphonies and oratorios.
Highlights among his output are the cantatas La Araucana and Lord Cochrane de Chile, the Macchu Picchu oratorio on texts by Neruda, the Concerto for Flute & Strings, and a most recent Harp Concerto from 2006. Important in his catalogue are also the electroacoustic works.
Becerra-Schmidt died on January 3, 2010 at his home in Oldenburg.
- "Biography". Retrieved 26 January 2010.
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