As a composer, Moritz Moszkowski did not get much appreciation for his work in his times. Even his contemporaries did not rate him very highly. It took time for people to realize his mastery. Suite for 2 Violins and Piano, Op. 71 is a living testament of the skill he owned.
The German-polish composer starts it at romantic high, broad themes. At the same time, the second movement is all about elegance. And when he moves to the third and fourth movements, you will see a contrast. The third starts slowly and finds its spirit in the finale.