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Composer of the Week: Moszkowski


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4/5. With Donald Macleod. Moszkowski often saw the funny side of life, responding to criticism of his worth as a composer with amusing retorts, and creating a comical musical parody entitled Anton Note-Squasher. Spanish Dance No 1, Op 65
Bracha Eden and Alexander Tamir (piano duet) Suite for two violins and piano, Op 71 llya Gringolts and Alexandr Bulov (violins), Irina Ryumina (piano)
Bizet, transcr Moszkowski Chanson bohème (Carmen)
Leslie Howard (piano)
Wagner, transcr Moszkowski Isolde's Death (Tristan und Isolde) Christof Keymer (piano) Moszkowski Anton Notenquetscher am Klavier
Christof Keymer (piano) Repeated at 10pm


Unknown: Donald MacLeod.
Unknown: Bracha Eden
Piano: Alexander Tamir
Violins: Alexandr Bulov
Piano: Irina Ryumina
Piano: Leslie Howard
Piano: Christof Keymer
Piano: Christof Keymer

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Composer of the Week: Moszkowski

BBC Radio 3, 26 November 2009 12.00

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