- Performer:Ignace Jan Paderewski
- Title:Paderewski: Pianist & Composer
- Date of release:1999
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Ignacy Jan Paderewski (Polish: ; 18 November 1860 – 29 June 1941) was a Polish pianist and composer, freemason, politician, statesman and spokesman for Polish independence.
IGNACE JAN PADEREWSKI (1860-1941) Polish Pianist and Composer. Ignace Jan Paderewski is one of the most famous pianists in history. He was a superstar pianist, a movie star, and a Prime Minister of Poland. So why is he today treated with less than the respect he deserves? It may be the natural inclination to look for the Achilles heels of the rich and famous. Less widely known is the fact that Ignace Jan Paderewski was also a very accomplished composer. His only opera, Manru, was performed by the Metropolitan Opera in 1902 and is to this day the only Polish opera by a Polish composer ever to have been performed there. And no less a composer than Sir Edward Elgar borrowed a theme from Paderewski's Fantasie Polonaise. Paderewski wrote piano music, songs, chamber music, a piano concerto dedicated to Leschetizky, and a symphony.
Ignace Jan Paderewski (1860-1941), Polish pianist, composer, and statesman, was one of the best-known musicians of his time, as well as a very influential statesman who helped create modern Poland after World War I. Jan Paderewski was born in a rural section of Poland, where his father was an overseer for several large estates. People who did not usually go to concerts went to hear him play it. A spontaneous sigh of recognition and pleasure always swept over the crowd when he started to play. He proved his competence as a composer in several large-scale works. Among these was an opera, Manru, successfully produced at the Metropolitan Opera in New York and also in Europe, as well as a symphony and a piano concerto. In these works his use of themes based on Polish folk music classifies him with the other nationalistic composers of the time.
Ignacy Jan Paderewski was a Polish pianist and composer, politician, statesman and spokesman for Polish independence. Paderewski persisted and practiced prodigiously. Finally, his highly successful debut in Paris launched a career that made him for the next 50 years the best-known and best-paid pianist of all time. He maintained princely establishments in Switzerland and California, where he entertained continually and lavishly.
Tatra Album: Dance and Song of the Polish people from Zakopane. Paderewski, Ignacy Jan. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IIP 28. v'ts/Sec's.
Ignacy Jan Paderewski (November 6, 1860 - June 29, 1941) was a Polish pianist, composer, diplomat and politician, and the third Prime Minister of Poland. He is sometimes referred to by the German version of his name Ignaz Paderewski. Ignacy Jan Paderewski was born in the village of Kuryłówka in the province of Podolia, annexed Polish territory by Russia. His father was an administrator of large estates.
Ignacy Jan Paderewski. ロフィール: Polish pianist, composer and politician. He was born 18 November 1860 in Kuryłówka, Russian (now Kuryliwka, Ukraine) and died 29 Juni 1941 in New York, New York, USA. バリエーション: すべてを閲覧中 Ignacy Jan Paderewski.
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Ignace Jan Paderewski: Polish pianist and composer, freemason, politician, statesman and spokesman for Polish independence. Jägerlieder, Op. 19, No. 3, 4 Impromptus for Piano, D. 935 (Op. Posth. 142): No. 3 in B-Flat Major: Theme, Andante - Variations, Nocturne in F Major, Op. 15, No. 1 и другие песни. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители. Polish pianist and composer, freemason, politician, statesman and spokesman for Polish independence.
CreditsAlfred Cortot - Liner Notes
Raoul Koczalski - Liner Notes
Zbigniew Kusiak - Engineer
Ignace Jan Paderewski - Piano, Primary Artist
Wladyslaw Zelenski - Liner Notes
|1||Etude for piano No. 14 in F minor, Op. 25/2, CT. 27||Ignace Jan Paderewski||1:39|
|2||Berceuse for piano in D flat major, Op. 57, CT. 7||Ignace Jan Paderewski||4:00|
|3||Etude for piano No. 21 in G flat major, Op. 25/9, C. 34||Ignace Jan Paderewski||1:13|
|4||Nocturne for piano No. 4 in F major, Op. 15/1, CT. 111||Ignace Jan Paderewski||3:59|
|5||Waltz for piano No. 7 in C sharp minor, Op. 64/2, CT. 213||Ignace Jan Paderewski||3:20|
|6||Waltz for piano No. 1 in E flat major, Op. 18, CT. 207||Ignace Jan Paderewski||4:54|
|7||Mazurka for piano No. 37 in A flat major, Op. 59/2 CT. 87||Ignace Jan Paderewski||2:33|
|8||Mazurka for piano No. 38 in F sharp minor, Op. 59/3, CT. 88||Ignace Jan Paderewski||3:25|
|9||Polonaise for piano No. 2 in E flat minor, Op. 26/2, CT. 151||Ignace Jan Paderewski||7:05|
|10||The Maiden's Wish, transcription for piano (after Chopin, Op. 71/1, Chants polonais No. 1), S. 480/1 (LW A193/1)||Ignace Jan Paderewski||4:22|
|11||Song Without Words for piano No. 3 in A major ("Jägerlied"), Op. 19b/3||Ignace Jan Paderewski||2:27|
|12||Impromptu for piano in B flat major, D. 935/3 (Op. posth. 142/3)||Ignace Jan Paderewski||8:52|
|13||Fantasiestück ("Des Abend"), for piano, Op. 12/1||Ignace Jan Paderewski||3:55|
|14||La Leggierezza, for piano in F minor (Grandes études de concert No. 2) , S. 144/2 (LW A118/2)||Ignace Jan Paderewski||4:52|
|15||Hungarian Rhapsody, for piano No. 2 (the "original" No. 2) in C sharp minor (I & II), S. 244/2 (LW A132/2)||Ignace Jan Paderewski||8:21|
|16||Cracovienne fantastique (Krakowiak), humoresque de concert for piano, Op. 14/6||Ignace Jan Paderewski||3:13|
|17||Menuet célèbre, humoresque de concert for piano in G major, Op. 14/1||Ignace Jan Paderewski||3:48|