Moszkowski

[ mawsh-kawf-skee, -kof- ]
/ mɔʃˈkɔf ski, -ˈkɒf- /

noun

Mo·ritz [mawr-its, mohr-its] /ˈmɔr ɪts, ˈmoʊr ɪts/,1854–1925, Polish composer and pianist.

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Example sentences from the Web for moszkowski

  • At the same time, it is not at all our intention to speak slightingly of Mr. Moszkowski's technical display.

    Musical Criticisms|Arthur Johnstone
  • The virtuoso comes to a great metropolis and plays a Moszkowski concerto of great difficulty.

  • Scharwenka and Moszkowski are both finished artists and exquisite composers, and play a great deal in concerts this winter.

  • As Moszkowski was absent, I thought I certainly should be called up next, but another girl received the preference.