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Moritz Moszkowski

Moritz Moszkowski (1854-1925) is almost unknown today except to hard core piano students but he was once hailed by Paderewski as being as important a composer for the piano as Chopin. Check out the recording of his Etude Op.92 No.2 as played by Alain Raes. Or check out his piece La Jongleuse (the juggler). Moszkowski was known for his wit […]

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Happy New Year (2015)

The shooting of the documentary is nearly done. Now the editing process begins. I commend Rene and his cohorts Martin and Mike on the great job. When the film is ready the news will be posted here of course. I am also putting the finishing touches on Quintessence which will be the title of the new album. The new record

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Fall Blog

I have always liked Autumn and Halloween especially holds some fond memories for me. When I was 12 years old I purchased two books that made a big impression on me. One book was The Collected Short Stories of Washington Irving (which included The Legend of Sleepy Hollow) and the other was a collection of poems by Edgar Allan Poe.

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Blog 1

Since the age of ten I realized that I wanted to dedicate my life to some sort of creative work. Unlike the rest of my clan I was ill-suited to work in the “trades.” I have the mechanical skills of a turtle and even less aptitude for that kind of problem solving. My first creative ambition was inspired by the

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