Her oboe concerto was used by Ursula Mamlok over the course of several decades. The first version with orchestra she wrote between 1974 and 1976, it was first performed in 2013 in Gottingen. In 1980, the composer created the second version for oboe, two piano and percussion, which is now available here as a purchase edition; this version was premiered in 1982 at the Manhattan School of Music in New York, where Ursula Mamlok worked for a long time as a teacher, with the oboist Henry Schuman as a soloist. Finally, Mamlok wrote a third version with chamber orchestra accompaniment in 2003. The three movements played without pause still hint at the structure of the classical solo concert, and the oboe also emerges with several solo cadenzas. However, the tonal language is decidedly modern, with frequent use of multiphonics and dramatic-noisy percussion.