Paul de Schlözer (1841 or 1842 – 1898), also seen as Paul Schlözer, Paul (de) Schlozer, Paul (de) Schloezer, Paul von Schlözer, Paweł Schlözer, Pyotr von Schlözer and Pavel Schletzer, was an obscure Polish or Russian pianist and teacher of German descent. He was possibly also a composer, but the only two works attributed to him may have been written by Moritz Moszkowski.
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