Catalogue of works Ulrike Merk:

(a selection)

2017 En el blando infinito – for violoncello and guitar (premiere 5. May 2017, Matias de Oliveira Pinto & Reinbert Evers, Modersohn-Museum Teckelnburg)

2016 Préambulo – Contemplación / Ditirambo – Folia (premiere 11. March 2016, Ensemble écoute, “internationales festival forum neue musik”, Oberstdorf)

2015 Morena – for flute, mezzo-soprano and guitar (premiere 28. February 2015, RIAS-Forumskonzert, Berlin)

2014 Texturen blau – for accordion solo (premiere 14. June 2014, Nancy Laufer, Arp Museum Remagen)

2014 Drei Fragmente – Mezzo soprano and guitar (premiere 7. February 2014, Josef-Joachim-Konzertsaal, Berlin)

2011 Labyrinth I – for guitar quartet (premiere Nov. 2011, Nordberliner Komponistenforum, Centre Bagatelle, Berlin Frohnau), Verlag Neue Musik, Berlin

2010 Vier Miniaturen – for guitar quartet (premiere Nov. 2011, Nordberliner Komponistenforum, Centre Bagatelle, Berlin Frohnau), Verlag Neue Musik, Berlin

2008 Evocación – for string quartet

2007 Tetraktys – for guitar solo

2006 Licht und Schatten– for soprano, flute, oboe, clarinet, marimba and piano after a text by Tina Strohecker

(2005 Edition Early French Songs by Fanny Hensel)

2004 Am Südpol
Children’s opera after a libretto by Elke Heidenreich
International Composition Competition 2004 of the WDR, the Opera Cologne and the Hochschule für Musik Cologne

2003 Sette Canti
(premiere: Kryptonale Berlin 13.12.2003)
Seven pieces for Zymbal solo

bassics forLuxembourg Sinfonietta

2002 Garder l’equilibre
Three songs after Paul Eluard
for soprano, clarinet, guitar

Wind säen– for cymbal, orchestra and tape

2001 Triptychon– for two treble zithers

music for six – for wind sextet (premiere: 22.06.2002)

l’adieu – for flute, guitar, percussion
(premiere 7.10.2001 Müncheberg, Final concert of the International Workshop for Composers in Buckow 2001)

2000 Germinable – for Flute, Saxophone, Guitar and Percussion
(premiere: Matthäi Kirche Berlin, 26.10.2000)

Notizen zu „come heavy sleep“ – for flute solo
(permiere: Schwartz’sche Villa Berlin 10.7.2000)

1999 Drei Lieder -for soprano and guitar
based on texts by Federico García Lorca
(premiere: 14.9.1999, Reihe „Unerhörte Musik“ – BKA Berlin)