And Paderewski replied, "Pardon my hasty remark—you speak but truth."
The Paderewski of 1902 and 1905 is very unlike the Paderewski of 1891.
Accordingly the Paderewski "Minuet," in keeping with the form, is simple and clear-cut and gracefully melodious.
A pianist is boomed a year ahead, like Paderewski, for instance.
He was to his day what Leschetizky, the teacher of Paderewski, is now.
"It sounded like Paderewski," you stammer in a dazed sort of way.
They were to dine together, then go to a Paderewski recital.
That Paderewski can get all the pianos he wants for nothing.
This high sense of duty toward his public accounts in part for his supremacy among pianists Paderewski is not a mere virtuoso.
I should like to hear Dr. Johnson's criticism of Paderewski.