Chop, Max (b Grenszen, 1862; d Berlin, 1929). Ger. composer and scholar. Turned to mus. from law. Comp. 2 pf. concs., orch. suites, songs, etc. Mus. critic and ed. Analyst of Liszt sym.-poems and Wagner operas. First to write monograph on Delius (1907).
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