First published by Enoch.
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Maud Johnson. It was published by Edition Peters. Dedicated to Mlle. It was first published by Julius Hainauer. Isabelle Levallois. Dedicated to Monsieur Alexandre Michalowski, it was published by Enoch. It was first published by Peters. Published by Junne. Published by Forberg. Published by Schott. Moszkowski wrote to his publisher, Henri Hinrichsen, on 25 August in Paris: "I have currently finished my opus 79, a four-movement orchestral suite which I have to perform in the first half of September. The premiere in Lausanne is to make any remaining correction.
The score is currently with the copyist and once it is finished, I believe it will have about pages in press maybe The first two movements are quite symphonic, the third is a waltz that will probably be playing a lot separately, and may also become a piano piece. The second movement is likely to be suitable for a single output. That is, I hope that it may be convenient for you, and if this is the case, I suggest you a fee of 3, marks for it.
I do not think you'll find that amount too high, especially if you consider that I will have to pay about francs for the copy of the score and francs for a sample.
I intend to travel to Lausanne on September 1, therefore I would be grateful if you would let me go. Joachim Nin, No. Dedicateers are: 1. Monsieur Pierre Sechiari, 2. Monsieur Alberto Abraham Bachmann, 3. Monsieur Israel Mendels, 4.
El Abanico - Flute & Piccolo Sheet Music by A. Javaloyes
Monsieur George Enescu. Moszkowski demanded six hundred francs for the work, but Henri Hinrichsen, his publisher from C. Peters , had given him more and published the work in September Shortly before that, on 17 December of that year, his Opus 85 premiered in his presence at the Covent Garden Theatre , in London, under the direction of his former pupil Thomas Beecham.
Dedicated to the Polish composer Zygmunt Stojowski. There was a print error when Feuillet d'album was published by Schott as plate number on Opus 85 and 86, and Gavotte as plate number Scherzo-etude was apparently published only as Op. William H. Sherwood, and No. Catherine Linn. It was first published by Enoch. Published by Theodore Presser, and later by Enoch. Unpublished work. Amirian who was Moszkowski' student and late life partner.
El Abanico - Conductor's Score scored for Concert Band
Published by Leduc. Published by Arthur P. The two sets were published under the name Decameron in the US, with descriptive English titles for each of the pieces. Published by Schott , London. A composition for piano four hands dedicated to Mademoiselle Diane de Rothschild.
This was Moszkowski first published composition. It appeared in the women's magazine Der Bazar der Bazar-Actien-Gesellschaft, a kind of monthly almanac to everyday life. Published by Verlag der Bazar-Actien-Gesellschaft.