German-Jewish composer Moszkowski is not a familiar name for the majority of pianists. Popular in his day, however, the composer's salon music was much acclaimed and his book of 20 Petites études for Piano is not one to dismiss.
Moszkowski showed talent from an early age and went on to study at the Dresden Conservatory in 1865. With significant experience and expertise, his 20 Petites études for Piano is full of well-informed creative studies. From allegro and semiquaver passages to cantabile and lyrical motifs, the contents of this Maurice Moszkowski book provide key exercises which cannot be missed by aspiring pianists.