Ignace Jan Paderewski
Ignacy Jan Paderewski (Polish: [iɡˈnatsɨ ˈjan padɛˈrɛfskʲi]; 18 November [O.S. 6 November] 1860 – 29 June 1941) was a Polish pianist, composer and politician who was a spokesman for Polish independence. In 1919, he was the nation's prime minister and foreign minister during which he signed the Treaty of Versailles, which ended World War I.
A favorite of concert audiences around the world, his musical fame opened access to diplomacy and the media, as possibly did his status as a freemason, and charitable work of his second wife, Helena Paderewska. During World War I, Paderewski advocated an independent Poland, including by touring the United States, where he met with President Woodrow Wilson, who came to support the creation of an independent Poland in his Fourteen Points at the Paris Peace Conference in 1919, which led to the Treaty of Versailles.
Shortly after his resignations from office, Paderewski resumed his concert career to recoup his finances and rarely visited the politically chaotic Poland thereafter, the last time being in 1924.
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Recordings (Results 126-150 of 160 records)
|Company||Matrix No.||Size||First Recording Date||Title||Primary Performer||Description||Role||Audio|
|Victor||CVE-69611||12-in.||5/13/1931||Moment musical in A flat major||Ignace Jan Paderewski||Piano solo||instrumentalist, piano|
|Victor||CVE-69612||12-in.||5/13/1931||Moment musical in A flat major||Ignace Jan Paderewski||Piano solo||instrumentalist, piano|
|Victor||BS-75586||10-in.||3/28/1933||Minuet||Jesse Crawford||Pipe organ solo||composer|
|Victor||MS-75881||16-in.||6/22/1933||Beauty that endures. Program 16||Palmer John Clark ; Jean Paul King ; Charles Sears ; The Wessel Company||Radio transcription disc : Orchestra, with male vocal solo and recitation||composer|
|Victor||BVE-[Unnumbered 1926-05-20-01]||10-in.||5/20/1926||Bird as a prophet||Ignace Jan Paderewski||Piano solo||instrumentalist, piano|
|Victor||BS-048990||10-in.||5/2/1940||Minuet in G||Alberto Rizzi ; Victor Dinner Ensemble||Instrumental quintet||composer|
|Victor||[Trial 1916-10-02-03]||Not documented||10/2/1916||Minuet||Harry Thomas||Piano solo||composer|
|Columbia||1009||10-in.||approximately 1902||Menuet||Columbia Band||Band||composer|
|Columbia||1009||7-in.||ca. 1902||Menuet||Columbia Band||Band||composer|
|Columbia||37100||12-in.||12/17/1914||Minuet||Manolito Funes||Piano solo||composer|
|Columbia||48937||12-in.||9/28/1916||Minuet||Columbia Symphony Orchestra||Orchestra||composer|
|Columbia||48975||12-in.||11/3/1916||Minuet in G||Josef Hofmann||Piano solo||composer|
|Columbia||49412||12-in.||5/10/1918||Paraphrase on Paderewski's minuet||Eddy Brown||Violin solo, with piano||composer|
|Columbia||49950||12-in.||3/15/1921||Paraphrase on Paderewski's minuet||Harry Kaufman ; Toscha Seidel||Violin solo, with piano||composer|
|Columbia||W98237||12-in.||2/6/1926||Minuet||Ignaz Friedman||Piano solo||composer|
|Columbia||W98362||12-in.||6/3/1927||Minuet||Ethel Leginska||Piano solo||composer|
|OKeh||S-7449||10-in.||May 1920||Minuet||Henry Hadley Symphony Orchestra||Orchestra||composer|
|OKeh||[OK cat 4364-B]||10-in.||Apr.-May 1921||Minuet in G||Violin soloist (unidentified; OKeh Records)||Violin solo||composer|
|Brunswick||XE28461||12-in.||10/8/1928||Menuet||Brunswick Concert Orchestra||Orchestra||composer|
|Edison||5934||10-in.||12/19/1917||Menuet||Letz String Orchestra||String quartet||composer|
|Edison||6200||10-in.||6/5/1918||Paraphrase on Paderewski's minuet in G||Ethel Fleming||Violin solo, with piano||composer|
|Edison||7909||10-in.||4/13/1921||Menuet||Vera Barstow ; Robert Gayler||Violin solo, with piano||composer|
|Edison||8408||10-in.||4/6/1922||Menuet||Walter Chapman||Piano solo||composer|
|Edison||9230||10-in.||10/30/1923||Paderewski's menuet||André Benoist ; Albert Spalding||Violin solo, with piano||composer|
|Gramophone||HO157c||12-in.||7/1/1912||Chant d'amour||Ignace Jan Paderewski||Piano solo||instrumentalist, piano|
Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Paderewski, Ignace Jan," accessed December 9, 2023, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/102696.
Paderewski, Ignace Jan. (2023). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved December 9, 2023, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/102696.
"Paderewski, Ignace Jan." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2023. Web. 9 December 2023.
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