Katharine E. Lucke (1875–1962) was an American organist, music educator and composer.
Prelude dedicated to Ida Lucke Wilbur.
She also wrote an Allegretto.
I found Augustine's sample just right for this piece;
Lucke graduated from Peabody Conservatory of Music in 1904.
After completing her studies, she lived and worked in Baltimore, Maryland.
She served as organist at the First Unitarian Church in Baltimore, and took a position as a faculty member of Peabody in 1919.
Lucke's papers are housed at Peabody.
Lucke composed mainly songs, sacred music, chamber music and solo compositions. Selected works include:
• A Song on the Wind, Mo Bron! by Katharine E Lucke (Music) and William Sharp (lyrics) (1947)
• My Harp of Many Strings: Sacred Song by Louise B. Brownell (lyrics) and Katharine E. Lucke (Music) (1944)
• Longing by Katharine E. Lucke (Music) and William Sharp (lyrics)
• Allegretto, for organ
Prelude, for organ
• Andante Cantabile for chamber ensemble
Here for interest is a list of female composers.