Definition of 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
Lexicographical Neighbors of Paderewski
Literary usage of Paderewski
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Modern Music and Musicians by Louis Charles Elson (1918)
"SOME CHARACTERISTICS OF paderewski THE PIANIST BY TP CURRIER ROM the frequent ... paderewski has this same feeling for tone. Like his great predecessors, ..."
2. Theatrical and Musical Memoirs by Rudolph Aronson (1913)
"CHAPTER VII CONCERNING SOME CELEBRITIES paderewski and the Automatic ... The dummy player was made up like paderewski, who was then the rage in this country ..."
3. The Romantic World of Music by William Armstrong (1922)
"CHAPTER VI IGNACE JAN paderewski musican in history has been granted a romance such as that of Ignace Jan paderewski: The world's most beloved pianist; ..."
4. American Women and the World War by Ida Clyde Gallagher Clarke (1918)
"These tragic facts have been brought home to the people of America by the great paderewski, who founded the National American Committee for the Polish ..."
5. Memories of a Musical Life by William Mason (1901)
"RUBINSTEIN, paderewski, AND "YANKEE DOODLE" NOT long before Rubinstein's ... The second season paderewski was here I sat next to him at a dinner given just ..."
6. The Big Four and Others of the Peace Conference by Robert Lansing (1921)
"paderewski AMONG the statesmen who assembled in Paris in December, 1918, to formulate the terms of peace to be imposed on the defeated Powers of Central ..."
7. How to Appreciate Music by Gustav Kobbé (1906)
"Americans are said to be fickle; but although paderewski no longer is a novelty, his name still is the one with which to fill a concert hall from floor to ..."