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Lloyd Ultan (1929-1998) was Professor Emeritus of Composition/Theory and Electronic/Computer Music at the University of Minnesota. He was the recipient of numerous commissions, grants, fellowships, and awards (including a Rockefeller Foundation Residency Fellowship and three residencies at the MacDowell Colony). In 1971, he was the founder and, from 1971-1974, Director of the Composer’s Residency Program at Wolf Trap Farm Park. He composed over 60 works for a wide variety of genre including electronic music, solo and chamber works, and compositions for voice. His works have been performed and broadcast throughout the world.