Morawski-Dbrowa, Eugeniusz, Polish composer and pedagogue; b. Warsaw, Nov. 2,1876; d. there, Oct. 23, 1948. He was a student of Noskowski at the Warsaw Music Inst., and then of Gédalge (counterpoint) and Chevillard (orchestration) in Paris. In 1930 he became director of the Poznań Cons. From 1932 to 1939 he was director and prof. of composition at the Warsaw Cons. His music followed the precepts of late Romanticism, He wrote the operas Aspazja, Lilla Weneda, and Salammbô, as well as ballets, 6 syms., 2 piano concertos, Violin Concerto, symphonic poems, 7 string quartets, 2 violin sonatas, and 8 piano sonatas.
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