Tilo Medek

| birth_place = Jena | death_date = | death_place = Duderstadt | education = | occupation = | awards = }} Tilo Medek, originally Müller-Medek (22 January 1940 – 3 February 2006), was a German classical composer, musicologist and music publisher. He grew up in East Germany, but was inspired by the Darmstädter Ferienkurse. He composed radio plays and incidental music. His setting of Lenin's ''Decree on Peace'' led to restrictions, and after he showed solidarity with the expatriated Wolf Biermann, he also had to move to the West, where he composed an opera ''Katharina Blum'' based on Heinrich Böll's novel, and worked in education. He received international awards from 1967 on. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Medek, Tilo, 1940-2006.
Published 1978
Musical Score Book
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by Medek, Tilo, 1940-2006.
Published 1981
Musical Score Book