Moritz Moszkowski was a German composer and pianist renowned for his Spanish Dances op. 12. Despite the balance and luminosity of his play and beautiful technique, which inspired adoring fans' excitement throughout Europe, his music was also described as "devoid of the masculine and the feminine." In 1873, he started his career in Berlin as a pianist and soon became a fine translator in his creativity and the classical and romantic repertoire. He was also a professional violinist who played the first violin in the academy orchestra often. Some of his important orchestral artworks, which were among his first compositions, were destroyed.
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