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Re: Polish Composers

Posted: Thu Mar 19, 2020 12:30 pm
by Jean-Séb
Well that's a good side of this strange situation. Thank you again.

Re: Polish Composers

Posted: Fri Mar 20, 2020 2:02 pm
by Hobbypianist
Michał Hertz (1844 — 1918): Concert waltz
Marian Sokołowski (1858 — ca.1900): Op.1, Op.4/1, Op.10, Op.14

Re: Polish Composers

Posted: Fri Mar 20, 2020 5:07 pm
by mballan
Hobbypianist wrote:
Fri Mar 20, 2020 2:02 pm
Michał Hertz (1844 — 1918): Concert waltz
Marian Sokołowski (1858 — ca.1900): Op.1, Op.4/1, Op.10, Op.14
Wonderful, many thanks Hobbypianist for keeping us informed (I look forward to your postings). Hertz was completely new to me, and the Sokolowski has quadrupled my holding by him !

Malcolm

Re: Polish Composers

Posted: Sat Mar 21, 2020 11:44 am
by Hobbypianist
Thanks a lot. Glad to see you like them.

The next ones:
Józef Nowakowski (1800 — 1865): Op.13, Op.20, Op.25, Op.26, Op.33, Op.34, Op.40, Op.42, Op.43, Op.44 (two times...not sure if they belong together..), Op.47, Op.52, Op.53, Op.54, Op.55, Op.57, Op.58, Op.59, Op.63, Op.64, Resignation

Jerzy Marian Rymaszewski (1899 — ca.1930s ?): Op.1, Op.2/1, Op.3/2

not Polish, but nevertheless interesting because he's actually know as editor only
Clemens Schultze-Biesantz (1876 — 1935): Op.20

HP

Re: Polish Composers

Posted: Sat Mar 21, 2020 12:18 pm
by Jean-Séb
Interesting again. Nowakowski op.13 is dedicated to Isabelle Barcinska, née Chopin.
https://en.chopin.nifc.pl/chopin/persons/detail/id/6369
and his Etudes op.25 are dedicated to Chopin himself.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1s8LSVW5Zi0
But from this poor restitution found on Youtube, there seems to be a wide gap between Chopin and Nowakowski. Maybe Gamma1734 would give better renditions of these pages.

Re: Polish Composers

Posted: Mon Mar 23, 2020 2:20 pm
by Hobbypianist
Seweryn Berson (1858 — 1917): Op.2 No.2,3,4

Mieczysław Eichstaedt (1872 — 1933): Valse mignonne

Halina Krzyżanowska (ca.1860 — 1937): Op.11, Op.15, Valse-Ballet

Napoleon Rutkowski (1868 — 1931): Op.16, Op.17, Op.27, Op.28 (two times), Op.29, Op.30

Re: Polish Composers

Posted: Wed Mar 25, 2020 10:56 am
by Hobbypianist

Re: Polish Composers

Posted: Fri Mar 27, 2020 10:09 am
by Hobbypianist
Anton(i) Herzberg (1825 — after 1883): Op.19, Op.35, Op.37, Op.38, Op.40, Op.42, Op.68, Op.70, Op.71/2+3, Op.72, Op.89, Op.98

Antoni Sucheni (1872 — 1920): Fantaisie Op.3

Bolesław Wallek-Walewski (1885 — 1944): Prelude

Aleksander Wielhorski (1890 — 1952): Etude Op.38/1

Re: Polish Composers

Posted: Sat Mar 28, 2020 10:50 am
by Hobbypianist
Adam Münchheimer (1834 — 1904): Scherzo

Not sure if the following are Polish, at least their names sound somewhat Polish..

Stanislas Koziello (fl. 1893): Op.5

Michel Orda (fl. 1894): Op.6

Sigismond Radziszewski (fl. 1900): 3 Morceaux

Re: Polish Composers

Posted: Sun Mar 29, 2020 7:39 am
by Hobbypianist
Adolf Rzepko (1825 — 1892) (on scores the name is "R. Adolphe", pseudonym or just surname first?): 2 Nocturnes, Op.8, Op.10, Op.11

Leokadia Wojciechowska (1858 — 1930): Etude in D, Krakowiak in A, Krakowiak and Mazurek

Daniel Zins (fl. 1920s) (couldn't find any info about this composer): Intermezzo