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' speech to his brother Władysław Szpilman in a Jewish Ghetto in Warsaw, Poland, during the Nazi occupation in World War II.
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The Pianist is a memoir of the Polish composer of Jewish origin Władysław Szpilman, written and elaborated by the Polish author Jerzy Waldorff, who met Szpilman in 1938 in Krynica and became a friend of his.
The officer, learning that he was a musician, had asked him if he knew Władysław Szpilman.
As part of the 2007 Manchester International Festival, the memoir was performed as a two-man presentation, with pianist Mikhail Rudy and actor Peter Guinness both portraying Władysław Szpilman as he recounts his experiences.
The idea for the performance was originally conceived by the pianist, Mikhail Rudy, who gained the backing of Andrzej Szpilman ( Władysław Szpilman's son ).
* Władysław Szpilman information and biography
Władysław " Władek " Szpilman (; 5 December 19116 July 2000 ) was a Polish-Jewish pianist and composer as well as memoirist.
Władysław Szpilman and his family, along with all other Jews living in Warsaw, were forced to move into a " Jewish District "— the Warsaw Ghetto — on 31 October 1940.
Władysław Szpilman started playing for Polish Radio in 1935 as their house pianist.
In March 1999 Władysław Szpilman visited London for Jewish Book Week, where he met English readers to mark the publication of his bestselling book in England.
Other CDs with the works of Szpilman include Works for Piano and Orchestra by Władysław Szpilman with Ewa Kupiec ( piano ), John Axelrod ( director ), and the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra ( 2004 ) ( Sony BMG ) and the Original recordings of The Pianist and Władysław Szpilman-Legendary recordings ( Sony classical ).
When not touring or building pianos, he has been editing piano editions of the works of Władysław Szpilman for Boosey and Hawkes and wrote a piece on aesthetics, which was published in Poland in March 2005.
The first Sopot festival was initiated and organised in 1961 by Władysław Szpilman, assisted by Szymon Zakrzewski from Polish Artists Management ( PAGART ).
Some people were hiding in the remnants of the city, e. g. Władysław Szpilman, who later wrote his memoir The Pianist, filmed by Roman Polanski ( The Pianist, 2002 ).
He helped to hide or rescue several Poles, including Jews, in Nazi-occupied Poland, and is perhaps most remembered for helping Polish-Jewish pianist and composer Władysław Szpilman to survive, hidden, in the ruins of Warsaw during the last months of 1944.
House at 223 Niepodległości Avenue in Warsaw where Wilm Hosenfeld was helping Władysław Szpilman
In 2002, The Pianist, a film based on Szpilman's memoirs of the same name, portrayed Wilm Hosenfeld's rescue of Władysław Szpilman.

Władysław and studied
Polish prime minister and commander-in-chief general Władysław Sikorski studied there, while pioneer of the oil industry, Ignacy Łukasiewicz, spent much of his life in Rzeszów.
Władysław studied for several years in the Kraków Academy, and for two years, in Rome.
In the years 1871-1873 Wojciech studied at the School of Drawing and Painting ( later called the School of Fine Arts ) under Władysław Łuszczkiewicz, and later, until 1875, at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich, with professors Aleksandra Strähubera and Alexander Wagner.
Fałat first studied under Władysław Łuszczkiewicz at the Kraków School of Fine Arts, and then at the Art Academy of Munich.
This appreciation grew and deepened at the gymnasium were Basanavičius got acquainted with classical authors of Lithuanian history ( Maciej Stryjkowski, Alexander Guagnini, Jan Długosz, Marcin Kromer ), studied Lithuanian folk songs, read classical poems The Seasons by Kristijonas Donelaitis, Konrad Wallenrod by Adam Mickiewicz, Margier by Władysław Syrokomla and historical fiction by Józef Ignacy Kraszewski.
At 17, he was the youngest to be admitted and studied under the Rector of the Academy and Professor Tadeusz Pruszkowski, Kowarski and Władysław Skoczylas.

Władysław and early
A minor upon the early death of his father in 1266, Henry IV was placed under the guardianship of his paternal uncle, Archbishop Władysław of Salzburg.
Władysław II was the founder of the Jagiellon dynasty that bears his name, while pagan Jogaila was an heir to the already established house of Gediminids in Grand Duchy of Lithuania ; the royal dynasty ruled both states until 1572, and became one of the most influential dynasties in the late medieval and early modern Central and Eastern Europe.
In Poland, leader Władysław Gomułka, who had previously made pro-Yugoslav statements, was deposed as party secretary-general in early September 1948 and subsequently jailed.
Around early 17th century Urszula lost much of her influence, as Władysław gained new teachers and mentors, such as priests Gabriel Prowancjusz, Andrzej Szołdrski and Marek Łętkowski, and in the military matters, Zygmunt Kazanowski.
While hunting near Merkinė ( Merecz ) in early 1648, Władysław suffered from a case of gallstone or kidney stone.
Władysław ensured that the officer corps was significantly large so that the army could be expanded ; introduced foreign ( Western ) infantry to the Polish Army, with its pikes and early firearms, and supported the expansion of the artillery.
Established in the early 19th century around the historical Kórnik Castle by its owner, Count Tytus Działyński, later enriched by his heirs: his son Jan Kanty Działyński and Władysław Zamoyski.
In early July 1920, Prime Minister Władysław Grabski travelled to the Spa Conference in Belgium to request assistance.
In 1288 Muszyna passed into the hands of Bishops of Kraków, and in the early 14th century, King Władysław Łokietek, after a conflict with Bishop Jan Muskata, and the Rebellion of wójt Albert, decided to make the village a royal property.
He was the leader of the opposition against the political influences of Bishop of Kraków, Zbigniew Oleśnicki during the reign of young King Władysław III-as an early example of his opposition, Spytek interrupted Władysław's coronation ceremony.

Władysław and Warsaw
Actors before Hamlet by Władysław Czachórski ( 1875 ), National Museum, Warsaw | National Museum in Warsaw.
Władysław Gomułka, at the height of his popularity, on 24 October 1956, addressing hundreds of thousands of people in Warsaw, asked for an end to demonstrations and a return to work.
He was commemorated in Warsaw with Zygmunt's Column, commissioned by his son and successor, Władysław IV.
When Władysław was king ( as Władysław IV ) he oversaw the production of at least ten operas during the late 1630s and 1640s, making Warsaw a center of the art.
Ferdinand II, Holy Roman Emperor's proposal of marriage between Władysław and Archduchess Cecilia Renata of Austria ( sister of future Ferdinand III, Holy Roman Emperor ) arrived in Warsaw somewhere during spring 1636.
Władysław Szpilman's grave in Powązki Military Cemetery in Warsaw
Władysław Bartoszewski ( born February 19, 1922 in Warsaw ) is a Polish politician, social activist, journalist, writer, historian, former Auschwitz concentration camp prisoner, World War II Resistance fighter, Polish underground activist, participant of the Warsaw Uprising, twice the Minister of Foreign Affairs, chevalier of the Order of the White Eagle, and an honorary citizen of Israel and a member of the International Honorary Council of the European Academy of Diplomacy.
Władysław Bartoszewski and Lech Wałęsa, Warsaw 2006
Image: 20040729 Wladyslaw Bartoszewski by Kubik Warsaw July 2004 01. JPG | Władysław Bartoszewski, Warsaw, July 29, 2004
Image: 20050314 Wladyslaw Bartoszewski and Stefan Wilkanowicz by Kubik. JPG | Władysław Bartoszewski and Stefan Wilkanowicz, Warsaw, March 14, 2005
Władysław Taczanowski ( March 1, 1819, Jabłonna – January 17, 1890, Warsaw ) was a Polish zoologist.
" On 19 September 1940, he deliberately went out during a Warsaw street roundup ( łapanka ) and was caught by the Germans, along with some 2, 000 innocent civilians ( among them, Władysław Bartoszewski ).
* Władysław Pilars de Pilar-( Opatówek, 1874-Chorzów, 1952 ), a literature professor at Warsaw University, poet and entrepreneur
Negri gained much popularity during her short screen career in Warsaw, acting alongside many of the most renowned Polish film artists of the time, including Józef Węgrzyn, Władysław Grabowski, Józef Galewski, and Kazimierz Junosza-Stępowski.
On June 27, 1942, a new tradition was born: to commemorate the patron saint's day of the Polish President Władysław Raczkiewicz and the Commander-in-Chief Władysław Sikorski, members of the Armia Krajowa stamped several hundred copies of the German-backed propaganda newspaper, Nowy Kurier Warszawski ( The New Warsaw Courier ), with the Kotwica.
* Władysław Tatarkiewicz, Historia filozofii ( History of Philosophy ), 3 vols., Warsaw, Państwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe, 1978.

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