- John Cage: In a landscape for Harp  9:09
- Hans Otte: Wassermann-Musik für Harfe  40:53
- Lou Harrison: Music for Harp 
- a. From music for Bill and me 2:58
- b. Beverly's troubadour piece 2:17
- c. Avalokiteshvara 2:29
- d. Jahla 2:18
Gabriele Emde-Hauffe was born in 1953 in Darmstadt.
She received a humanistic education at a local grammar school in Darmstadt and started studying the harp after her A-levels first in Darmstadt and finished later in Cologne. Conducted by Peter Eötvös she worked out modern chamber music and modern improvisation by J. G. Fritsch and V. Globokar. Passing her exams in 1980 and 1981, she continued her studies of musical science at Cologne University based on
her thesis "The Harp between Myth and Reality".
From 1981 to 1983 she was a member of "Die Junge Deutsche Philharmonie" and of "Ensemble Modern", collaborated on productions of contemporary music with "Ensemble-Köln" and "Ensemble 13" as well as "NDR-Symphonieorchester Hamburg". She performed the solo harp at various international festivals, among them many premieres, international radio, TV and record productions. By invitation of the Goethe-Institute, she went on a tour of North America in 1982 presenting Walter Zimmermann's works and excelled in concerts in South Korea.
Gabriele Emde-Hauffe has been performing contemporary music by Berio, Boulez, Cage, Globokar, N. A. Huber, SchЪnberg, Stockhausen, Webern, I. Yun, B. A. Zimmermann and W. Zimmermann. Until 1992 she taught harp classes in Cologne and Düsseldorf. Since 1991 she has been teaching her private harp class in Darmstadt.