Emánuel Moór was a Hungarian composer, pianist, and inventor of musical instruments. Moór was born in Kecskemét, Hungary, and studied in Prague, Vienna and Budapest. Between 1885 and 1897 he toured Europe as a soloist and ventured as far afield as the United States. Besides five operas and eight symphonies his output also included: concertos for piano (4), violin (4), cello (2), viola, and harp; a triple concerto for violin, cello, and piano; chamber music; a requiem; and numerous lieder. He died, aged 68, in Chardonne, Switzerland.
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Serenade for String Orchestra, Op.16 Barcarole, Op.38 Concert Overture, Op.24a 2 Danses Hongroises, Opp.31 & 32 Piano Concerto, Op.57
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