Definition of Ignace Paderewski
1. Noun. Polish pianist who in 1919 served as the first Prime Minister of independent Poland (1860-1941).
Generic synonyms: Pianist, Piano Player, National Leader, Solon, Statesman
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1. How to Appreciate Music by Gustav Kobbé (1906)
"... ON TOUR LISZT never was in this country, but we can gain some idea of the success that would have been his from the triumphs of Ignace Paderewski. ..."
2. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Edward Aloysius Pace, Charles George Herbermann (1922)
"The most powerful factor in this decision was Ignace Paderewski, who demanded the repudiation of Germany and Austria and whose reputation and personality ..."
3. Editorials and Editorial-writing by Robert Wilson Neal (1921)
"Ignace Paderewski, who has now resigned as Prime Minister of Poland, has not touched the piano for more than two years. His fingers have had other work to ..."
4. All in a Life-time by Henry Morgenthau, French Strother (1922)
"Ignace Paderewski is not only not an Anti-Semite: he is infinitely the greatest of the modern Poles. After my experience at the synagogue in Warsaw, ..."