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MOSZKOWSKY, Moritz
b Breslau, 23 August 1854
d Paris, 4 March 1925, aged seventy

He studied first at Dresden, then in Berlin, where he later taught piano. He toured extensively as a pianist, retired to Paris in 1897, and was elected a member of the Berlin Academy in 1899.

1892 (38)

Boabdil, opera

1896 (42)

Laurin, ballet

Moszkowsky also wrote:

Don Juan and Faust, incidental music

Serenata for orchestra

Jeanne d'Arc, symphonic poem

Aus aller Herren Landern, orchestral suite

Violin Concerto

Piano Concerto

Two other orchestral suites

Chamber and piano works

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