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In 1942, Ignacy Jan Paderewski (1860-1941), the great Polish pianist and composer (and in 1919 prime minister of Poland for one year), was posthumously honoured with a deluxe edition for which many of his friends and pupils, such as Béla Bartók, Darius Milhaud, Bohuslav Martinu or Jaromír Weinberger, specially composed piano pieces. The limited edition then published by Boosey & Hawkes in New York has been out of print for a long time and is now newly printed to mark the 150th birthday of Paderewski in 2010.

Recorded by pianist Jonathan Plowright at Hyperion (CDA67903):
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Contents

01. Béla Bartók: Three Hungarian Folk-Tunes  printer
02. Arthur Benjamin: Elegiac Mazurka  printer
03. Theodore Chanler: Aftermath  printer
04. Felix Roderick Labunski: Threnody  printer
05. Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco: Hommage à Paderewski  printer
06. Darius Milhaud: Choral  printer
07. Eugene Goossens: Homage  printer
08. Richard Hammond: Dance  printer
09. Joaquín Nin-Culmell: In Memoriam Paderewski  printer
10. Bohuslav Martinu: Mazurka  printer
11. Emerson Whithorne: Hommage  printer
12. Vittorio Rieti: Allegro danzante  printer
13. Ernest Schelling: (no title)  printer
14. Sigismond Stojowski: Cradle Song  printer
15. Karol Rathaus: Kujawiak  printer
16. Jaromír Weinberger: Etude in G Major  printer

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