For many decades, Moritz Moszkowski's music enjoyed incredible popularity. Every piano teacher's studio had a stack of his compositions and professional pianists throughout the world such as Vladimir Horowitz, Josef Lhevinne and Josef Hofmann repeatedly played his works. Polished, witty, graceful, his works are designed to flatter the pianist's technique and lie well under the fingers, and create fabulous effect with minimum difficulty.
Contents: From Op. 77: Tristesse (Melancholy), Scherzino, Romance sans Paroles, Inquietud, Tarentelle, Melodie, Pantomime • Mélodie in Gb, Étincelles (Sparks) • Moreau caractéristique • Gondoliera • Guitarre • Caprice espagnol.
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Series: Schirmer Library of Classics