Dutch harpist, poetess and composer born in Amsterdam, Agust 9, 1908 (year of dead not found). She studied the harp under Rosa Spier and composition and theory under Anton van der Horst and C. van Erven Dorens. She passed the state examination in music at The Hague. She was solo harpist of several provincial orchestras in the Netherlands and introduced the harp as a principal instrument in churches. She appeared on television and radio, performing her own compostions. In 1945 she received a silver medal from La Scoiété Arts-Sciences-Lettres, France and an award for contemporary achievement, England.
Work for band (fanfare):
March for fanfare orchestra (1960)