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Ursula Bogner (1946-94) was a German pharmacist, wife and mother with a passion for the unfamiliar, which included electronic music.

At her home studio, she layered sonic textures and her own voice to create explorative, playful pieces that have a slight outer-space feel. She kept these experiments to herself, and years after her death they were unearthed by German electronic musician Jan Jelinek.

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