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« Reply #30 on: December 11, 2018, 08:24:03 pm »

I have just uploaded the first movement of Piano Concerto No.1 by Henryk Bobiński (1861-1914)


Born: 1st February 1861  -   Died: 24th April 1914  -  Birthplace: Warsaw, Poland
Henry Bobiński was a Polish pianist and composer. In Warsaw, he attended the Institute of Music. He learned piano and composition at Strobel, with Zygmunt Noskowski .He graduated in 1879. After graduation he moved to Krakow . He was employed there as a piano teacher of the Music Society. Then he went to Vienna.


Also a Polish wikipedia entry:ński

Henryk Bobiński (born February 1, 1861 in Warsaw , died on April 24, 1914 ibid) - Polish pianist and composer.
In Warsaw he attended the Musical Institute. He studied at Strobel, playing the piano and composing with Zygmunt Noskowski . He obtained his diploma in 1879. After graduation he went to Krakow . He worked there as a piano teacher at the Music Society. Parallel to his work, he gave concerts (among others: Lublin , Krakow, Warsaw). Then he left for Vienna to complete his education under the direction of Teodor Leszetycki . Later, he studied composition with Szostakowski at the Moscow Philharmonic. There, after obtaining his first degree, he taught piano for the next three years. In 1893, he lived briefly inOdessa , then he moved to Kiev . He became a professor of higher piano class at the school of the Russian Musical Society. In the years 1893 - 1903 performed sequentially in Warsaw, Kiev and Vienna. In 1914 he became seriously ill. He moved to Warsaw in the same year, where he lived for the last few months of his life.

Symphonic overture
Piano concert in E minor, Op. 8
Piano concert in A minor, Op. 12
Variations (for string quartet)
Valse-Fantaisie Op. 1
Nocturne op. 3
Legend op. 4
Deux morceaux op. 5
Mélodie and Moment musical
Pensée à la mémoire d'un grand artiste
Etudes op. 14
Andante doloroso op. 15
Serenade op. 17 No. 1
Conzonetta op. 17 No. 2
Je t'aime (transcript of the songs by Edvard Grieg)


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