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  Ignacy Jan Paderewski - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ignacy Jan Paderewski (November 6, 1860 – June 29, 1941) was a Polish pianist, composer, diplomat and politician, the third Prime Minister of Poland.
Ignacy Jan Paderewski was born in the village of Kuryłówka in the province of Podolia, Poland.
Paderewski decided to devote himself to music and in 1881 he went to Berlin to study music composition with Friedrich Kiel and Heinrich Urban.
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Ignacy Jan Paderewski (1860-1941), Polish pianist, composer, and statesman, was born on Nov. 18, 1860, at Kurylowka, Russian Podolia.
Paderewski's body was brought to Washington from New York to lie in state at the Polish embassy on 16th Street, N.W., the embassy then being under control of the Polish Government-in-Exile.
After lying in state at the embassy, Paderewski's body was taken to Arlington National Cemetery for entombment in the vault of the Mast of the USS Maine Monument in Section 24 of the cemetery.
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 Paderewski
Ignacy Jan Paderewski was born in 1860 in the village of Kurylowka, Podolia, Poland.
Paderewski's efforts, with support from the American government and American people, helped Poland regain her freedom after World War I. He was also one of the signers of the Paris Peace Treaty which was responsible for reestablishing the proper boundaries between Poland and her neighbors.
Paderewski became the chief framer of the Polish Constitution of 1919 and served as Poland's delegate to the League of Nations in Geneva.
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 Ignacy Jan Paderewski
At the turn of the century, Ignacy Jan Paderewski's name was a household word in the United States and, to many Americans, their only association with Poland.
Paderewski's official memorandum on Poland, delivered to the President, resulted in Point Thirteen of President Woodrow Wilson's Proclamation, which insured a new, united, independent, and autonomous Poland after World War I. In 1919, the Versailles Peace Treaty recognizing Poland's independence was signed by Ignacy Jan Paderewski as the reborn nation's first Prime Minister.
Paderewski was the man whom President Franklin Delano Roosevelt described as a "modern immortal." Pianist and composer, orator, patriot and statesman, Ignacy Jan Paderewski became a legend during his lifetime.
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 Paderewski, Ignacy Jan (1860 - 1941)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Paderewski, trained in Warsaw, later became a pupil of Leschetizky in Vienna, embarking then on a distinguished international career as a virtuoso pianist.
Paderewski wrote a number of attractive short pieces for piano in the early years of his career.
Paderewski left a Piano Concerto, written in 1888, and a Fantaisie polonaise sure des thèmes originaux (Polish Fantasy on Original Themes) for piano and orchestra.
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 Paderewski, Ignacy Jan
Paderewski and Dmowski were recognized as the Polish delegates at the Peace Conference; the Polish committee recognized Piłsudski as the head of the government and Paderewski as Prime Minister, and agree to add ten Left members to its own list.
Title The Paderewski memoirs / by Ignace Jan Paderewski and Mary Lawton ; new pref., discography, and bibliography by Stephen Citron.
Title The Paderewski memoirs, by Ignace Jan Paderewski and Mary Lawton.
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 Ignacy Paderewski
Paderewski's appearance, along with his blend of aristocratic refinement and power over the masses, was certainly what the time required.
Although Paderewski aspired to be a great composer and considered it his most enjoyable pursuit, he devoted only a relatively small portion of his energies to it.
Although Paderewski travelled all over the world and had a home in Switzerland, he wrote in his memoirs, "America, the country of my heart, my second home." His heart is interned at the church of the Black Madonna in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.
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 Templederry.com :: Ignacy Jan Paderewski   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Paderewski's arpeggiation of the first chord of the raindrop prelude is nothing short of a stroke of genius.
Only having heard of Paderewski, almost as a legend, it is breathtaking to finally behold this "ultimate pianist".
Paderewski always strives for beauty of tone and expression and seems to be uninterested in modern pyrotechnics.
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 Ignacy Jan Paderewski: Sensational Pianist
Ignacy Jan Paderewski, (1860-1941) one of the most sensational pianists of modern times, received early musical training from Peter Sowinski.
Paderewski continued his career as a concert pianist and gave his first Paris recital in 1888.
The country’s provisional leader, General Józef Pilsudski, saw that Paderewski was popular with the people and trusted by the victorious powers who liked his strong anti-Socialism.
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 Featuring Jan Ignacy Paderewski at the Bigos Bar
Ignacy Jan Paderewski was born in Kurylowka, in an area annexed by Russia following the partition of Poland (presently in the Ukraine).
He became one of the great piano virtuosos of his era, a composer, and a tireless political activist campaigning for Poland's independence, a philanthropist and a statesman with international impact.
Poland in the Classroom - Ignacy Jan Paderewski
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 Towarzystwo Muzyczne im. Ignacego Paderewskiego   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
This also was a date of significance to all for whom Paderewski had once more after many years become a symbolic and authoritative figure.
Perhaps this will become - the germ of new research on the life and works of Ignacy Jan? Perhaps it will be a contribution to the settling of numerous ambiguities and mysteries which are wrapped up in the fate of the immense legacy of Paderewski.
This is for us an invaluable gesture on the part of the head of state, raising the prestige of the event and also being without doubt a mark of respect for the work of Ignacy Jan Paderewski.
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 PMC Sites: Ignacy Paderewski
Sir Edward Elgar used various motives taken from Paderewski's Fantaisie Polonaise in his symphonic Prelude 'Polonia' and Camille Saint-Saens dedicated a Polonaise for two pianos to him.
At the turn of the century he commissioned Polish artist, Jan Styka, to paint The Crucifixion, a gigantic canvas (93 feet by 178 feet wide) which is now on display in the massive Hall of the Crucifixion at the Forest Lawn Cemetery in Glendale.
The Paderewski Festival in 1997 is scheduled for March 21-23.
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 Ignacy Jan Paderewski: Polish Pianist Patriot
In telling Paderewski's story, the author covers general historical events and musical information between 1860 and 1941.
Reared by patriotic relatives in Poland's divided territory, young Paddy learned to love his homeland and to hold one predominant wish: to contribute, one day, to Poland's again being recognized as an independent nation.
Paderewski's musical talent burgeoned early and led him to several world tours, where his beneficence and congeniality not only made him a wealthy artist but also paved the way for his later becoming a noted diplomat.
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 APAC Seeks Polonia's Support for Congressional Resolution Honoring Ignacy Jan Paderewski   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
If enough Polish-Americans voice their support for the resolution in time, it could be adopted before the end of this year, the 10th anniversary of the return of Paderewski's remains to a free and democratic Poland.
In the spirit of Ignacy Jan Paderewski and others like him who refused to give in to negativity and cynicism, the American Polish Advisory Council (APAC) works towards developing a stronger and clearer voice for Polish Americans in politics and public affairs.
Paderewski, a world famous pianist and composer in his day, worked tirelessly during World War I to convince the United States of the necessity for the rebirth of an independent Poland.
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 Music Directory: Paderewski, Ignacy Jan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
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Paderewski, Ignaz Jan (1860-1941) - Biographical essay and list of works by Wanda Wilk from the Polish Music Reference Center.
PaderewskiRowny.org - This website is about the history of Ignacy Jan Paderewski and efforts to promote his legacy.
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 Paderewski
November 6th marks the anniversary of the birth of the most famous and popular pianist of all times—Ignacy Jan PADEREWSKI (1860-1941).
On the 110th anniversary of Polish independence in 1928 Paderewski recieved messages from four U.S. presidents, Coolidge, Taft, Hoover and Roosevelt acknowledging his work as a statesman.
Paderewski recording his Minuet at the Pianola, February, 27, 1906.
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 Pianos and Pianists - Ignacy Jan Paderewski (1860 - 1941)
Pianos and Pianists - Ignacy Jan Paderewski (1860 - 1941)
'I went to hear the famous Paderewski [London debut, St James's Hall, Friday May 9th 1890, 3 pm] without the slightest doubt that his execution would be quite as astonishing as everybody else's; and I was not disappointed.
The other Chopin pieces [a nocturne, mazurka and waltz, likewise unspecified] were not specially well played; and his execution of the Liszt rhapsody at the end [following Paderewski's own Trois Humoresques a l'Antique, Op 14, in reverse order, and a Rubinstein barcarolle] was by no means equal to Sophie Menter's.
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 Polish Music Journal 4.2.2001 - The Unknown Paderewski
Ma³gorzata Perkowska: The Unknown Compositions of Ignacy Jan Paderewski
The Reception of Paderewski's Manru in the U.S. Abstract
Ignacy Jan Paderewski: Appeals for the Polish Victims' Relief Fund (1915)
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 Amazon.ca: Ignacy Jan Paderewski: Polish Pianist and Patriot: Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Paderewski's musical talent burgeoned early and led him to several world tours, where his beneficence and congeniality not only made him a wealthy artist but also paved the way for his later becoming a noted diplomat after injuries from a train wreck thwarted his...
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 Ignacy Jan Paderewski - Menuet - Violin Sheet Music, Sheet Music And Music Books At EarFloss.com
Polish composer and virtuoso pianist Ignacy Jan Paderewski was known as much for his political work as his music.
From 1918 to 1921 he actually left his career as a concert pianist to become Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Poland.
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by: Fryderyk Chopin, Franz Liszt, Ignace Jan Paderewski, Franz Schubert, Ignace Jan Paderewski
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 Ignacy Paderewski   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
According to The New Penguin Dictionary of Music, Ignacy [Jan] Paderewski was a Polish pianist, pupil of Leschetizky in Vienna, and composer of operas, piano concerto, symphony, piano solos (including Minuet in G), songs, etc. Also statesman: first Prime Minister of the newly created state of Poland, 1919 (he resigned after ten months).
[§] Ignacy Jan Paderewski (1860-1941): a biographical sketch and a selective list of reading materials by Janina W. Hoskins
[§] Ignacy Jan Paderewski: Polish Pianist Patriot by Elaine Slivinski Lisandrelli
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 Violin Sheet Music - Ignacy Jan Paderewski - Menuet (Instrumental Folio - Violin)
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Track 15: Impromptu In B Flat, D. 935 No. 3
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 Ignacy Jan Paderewski Room   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Some memorabilia of the Ignacy Jan Paderewski Collection:
- Gold pen with white gold Polish eagle used by Paderewski to sign the "Treaty of Versailles" in 1919.
- Piano chair used by I. Paderewski at all his concerts
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 Oboe Sheet Music Written By Ignacy Jan Paderewski
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