Polish Composers

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Re: Polish Composers

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My pleasure.

The next ones:
Antoni Wawrzyniec Grudziński (1875 - 1929) Berceuse et Prelude, Op.3, Op.7/1, Valse in c
Theodor Leschetizky (1830 - 1915) Op.4, Op.11/1,2,6, Op.31/2, Op.39/3, Op.40/3,4, Op.41/2, Op.42 (also better resolution of the Valse coquette), Op.47/2
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Stanislaw Lipski (1880 - 1937) Op.11/1, Op.12/1, Op.14/1, Le Prince Carnaval
Charles Malinowski (? - ? - fl.1910) Op.5/1,2,3, Op.6
Jan Skrzydlewski (1867 - 1943) 24 Preludes Book I, IV, Ballade No.1, Nocturne

not Polish composers, but great scans from Polona
Hermann Berens (1826 - 1880) Op.57, Op.92/2
Eduard Schütt (1856 - 1933) Op.13/4, Op.34/4
Paul Wachs (1851 - 1915) A la valse, Balancelle, Conte de Noel, Coquetterie, Gentillesse, Joyeux moulin, La fornarina, La toreador, Les myrtes, Menuet pompadour, Rigodon, Ronde pastorale, Staccati, Un brin de causette, Valse espagnol, Valse ideale, Valse-Etude

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Thank you Hobbypianist. I particularly appreciate the Wachs scores.
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You're welcome.

Indeed, this is sophisticated salon music in the best sense of the word, which is far above the other many (often unimaginative or boring) pieces at that time. It's not too simple, but also not too overly difficult, so that amateur pianists (like me ;) ) can play theses pieces well.
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Absolutely, and always a touch of elegance.
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Józef Inczyk (fl. 1880) Op.2, Op.3
Kazimierz Lalewicz (fl. 1925) 12 Miniatures (Preludes), Etude, Op.6/1,2
Mieczysław Surzyński (1866 - 1924) Op.3

Adolf Gutmann (1819 - 1882) Op.28, Op.39, Op.45, Op.58
Willy Klasen (fl. 1920) Op.17
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Thank you, especially for Gutmann, one of the favorite pupils of Chopin.
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Jean-Séb wrote: Sun Dec 29, 2019 8:49 am Thank you, especially for Gutmann, one of the favorite pupils of Chopin.
Tremendous contribution - greatly appreciated - thank you!
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Henryk Bobinski (1861 - 1914) Op.4, Op.5, Op.14, Op.15, Op.17/1,2
Juliusz Wolfsohn (1880 - 1944) Paraphrasen über altjüdische Volksweisen Vol.2 Nos.2-4
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New names for me! Thank you.
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