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Conductor, T. H. MORRISON
The Polish composer, Moritz Mosz kowski, who died in Paris in 1925, is best known to listeners by music of the lighter type, his Serenata, his piano-duets, ' From Foreign Parts ', and the ballet music (particularly the ' Malaguefia ') from his opera Boabdil.
This Suite, dedicated to the Royal
Philharmonic Society of London, the first of two such compositions, is a good example of his more serious vein, and will probably give listeners to whom it is unknown an enhanced respect for Moszkowski's skill as a craftsman. The charming, scherzo-like second movement and the graceful Intermezzo (No. 4) are as pretty as anything he ever wrote, while the brilliant ' perpetuum mobile ' finale is full of novel effects. But most listeners will probably agree that the gem of the Suite is the set of variations that constitutes the third movement.


Leader: Alfred Barker
Conductor: T. H. Morrison
Unknown: Moritz Mosz

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