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Moritz Moszkowski

(1854—1925)


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(b Breslau, 1854; d Paris, 1925).

Polish‐Ger. pianist and composer. Début Berlin 1873, London 1886. Settled in Paris 1897. Wrote opera, ballet, vn. conc., pf. conc., and many songs, but chiefly known for his lighter pf. pieces, esp. his Spanish Dances for pf. duet. Pupils incl. Josef Hofmann, Wanda Landowska, Joaquin Nin, and Joaquin Turina.

Subjects: Music.


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