Polish Music Journal
Vol. 5, No. 2, Winter 2002. ISSN 1521 - 6039




Zygmunt (Sigismond) Stojowski - A Bibliography

by Joseph A. Herter



  • Adrianowska, Kazimiera A. "Zygmunt Stojowski." Biały Orzeł 6 (June 1944): 6-7.

  • Aldrich, Richard. Concert Life in New York. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1941.

  • Anon. "Chwila Bieżąca" [The Current Moment]. Biesiada Literacka no. 43 (October 25, 1901): 334.

  • Anon. "A New Cultural Endeavor, Polish Institute of Arts and Letters Formally Opened at the Roerich Museum in New York." Poland America 13 no. 5 (May 1932): 219.

  • Anon. Interview with Stojowski from El Comerico, Lima: August 1934, in Stojowski Students' Bulletin (February 1935): 1, 4, Zygmunt and Louisa Stojowski Collection [hereafter: ZLSC].

  • Anon. "Z listów do 'Bluszczu'" [From Letters to 'Ivy']. Bluszcz no. 49 (November 24, 1902): 585.

  • Anon. "Polska w Ameryce" (Poland in America). Świat no. 3 (January 17, 1920): 8.

  • Anon. "A Priceless Fan." International Music and Drama (January 21, 1915): 8-9.

  • Anon. "Program Notes for 'Rapsodie symphonique, Op. 23.'" London Symphony Orchestra (June 7, 1908), ZLSC.

  • Anon. "Program Notes for 'Rapsodie symphonique, Op. 23.'" San Francisco Symphony Orchestra (August 26, 1930), ZLSC.

  • Anon. Publicity poster: "Here and There with Stojowski Celebrated Composer Pianist," Season 1921-1922, ZLSC.

  • Anon. Unsigned press clipping: "Metropolitan Sunday Evening Concert, April 2." Musical Courier (April 1911), Stojowski Clipping File, NYPLPA.

  • Anon. Unsigned press clipping: "New Haven Hears Stojowski Play." Musical America (March 2, 1907), Stojowski clipping file, NYPLPA.

  • Anon. Unsigned press clipping: "Polish Pianist Greets Old Pupils after Concert at Albany Institute." (November 1923), ZLSC.

  • Anon. Unsigned press clipping: "Society Revives Poland's Past as Spectacle, Proceeds for War Sufferers $10,000." The New York City Herald (April 9, 1915), Marcela Sembrich Scrapbooks, NYPLPA.

  • Anon. Unsigned press clipping: "Stojowski Admires American Energy: Distinguished Pianist and Composer a Man of Broad Intellectual Development." Musical America (November 3, 1906), Stojowski Clipping File, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts [hereafter: NYPLPA].

  • Anon. Unsigned press clipping: "Stojowski Historical Piano Recitals." The Musical Courier (February 1911), Stojowski Clipping File, NYPLPA.

  • Armstrong, William. "Sigismond Stojowski and His Views on Piano Study." The Etude (May 1906): 288-289. Reprinted in Polish Music Journal 5 no. 2 (winter 2002).

  • Baumann-Szulakowska, Jolanta. "Synteza uniwersalizmu i stylu narodowego w polskiej muzyce kameralnej przełomu XIX i XX w." [The synthesis of universalism and national style in Polish chamber music at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries]. In Warsztat kompozytorski, wykonawstwo, koncepcje polityczne Ignacego Jana Paderewskiego, eds. Wojciech Maria Marchwica and Andrzej Sitarz (Kraków: Musica Jagiellonica, 1991), 161-180.

  • Boehm, Jan. Feliks Nowowiejski, Zarys Biograficzny [Feliks Nowowiejski: A biographical outline]. Olsztyn: Pojezierze, 1968.

  • Brown, David. Tchaikovsky, the Final Years (1885-1893), A Biographical and Critical Study, vol. 4. London: Victor Gollancz Ltd., 1991.

  • Burgone, Arthur. G. "Stokowski and Stojowski," in the column "All to the Point," in The Pittsburgh Chronicle Telegraph (ca. February 20, 1912). Reprinted in the online Polish Music Journal 4 no. 1 (2001). http://www.usc.edu/dept/polish_music/PMJ/issues.html.

  • Bychowska, Maria and Henryk Schiller (eds.). 100 Lat Filharmonii w Warszawie [100 years of the Philharmonic in Warsaw]. Warsaw: Filharmonia Narodowa, 2001.

  • Centkiewicz, Stanislaw L. "In Memoriam Sigismond Stojowski." The Polish Review 6 no. 20 (November 28, 1946): 4.

  • Chybiński, Adolf. "Chopin a muzyka polska" [Chopin and Polish music]. Widnokręgi no. 1 (1910) reprinted in Antologia polskiej krytyki muzycznej XIX i XX w. [Anthology of Polish music criticism of the 19th and 20th centuries] ed. Stefan Jarocinski. Kraków: PWM, 1955, p. 322.

  • Chylińska, Teresa, ed. Karol Szymanowski: Korespondencja vol. 1, 1903-1919. Kraków: Polish Music Publishers (PWM), 1994.

  • Chylińska, Teresa, ed. Karol Szymanowski: Korespondencja vol. 2, 1920-1926. Kraków: PWM, 1994.

  • Chylińska, Teresa, ed. Karol Szymanowski: Korespondencja vol. 3, 1927-1931. Kraków: PWM, 1997.

  • Concert Program for Buckingham Palace Concert of July 5, 1895, including Stojowski's cantata Spring, Op. 7. Performers: The Choral Class of the Royal College of Music, Her Majesty's Private Band, Sir Walter Parratt conducting. The Royal Archives at Windsor Castle.

  • Cooke James E. Great Pianists on Piano Playing, Study Talks with Foremost Virtuosos. Philadelphia: T. Presser Co., 1917.

  • Cooper, Frank. Liner notes for Sigismond Stojowski plays Chopin, Paderewski and Stojowski; Luisa Stojowska Plays the Music of Stojowski. New York: International Piano Archives (IPA) 115, 1976.

  • Cooper, Frank. "100 Years Later, the Centenary of an Extraordinary Musician." Clavier 9 no. 9 (1970): 14-19.

  • Chomiński, Józef, ed. Słownik muzyków polskich [Dictionary of Polish Musicians], vol. 1 & 2. Kraków: PWM, 1964, 1967.

  • Clark, Kenneth S. "Hopes of Poland Crystallized in Stojowski's New Cantata." The Musical Courier (February 26, 1916) , Stojowski Clipping File, NYPLPA.

  • Curzon, Henri de. Leo Delibes: sa vie et ses oeuvres. Paris: G. Legouix, 1926.

  • Cushing, Edward. "Musical Censorship." The Brooklyn Eagle (March 27, 1932).

  • Damrosch, Frank. History of the Institute of Musical Art, Appendix. New York: Juilliard School of Music, 1936.

  • Damrosch, Frank. Institute of Musical Art 1904-1926. New York: Juilliard School of Music, 1936.

  • Dane, Jeffrey. Notes on Film Music. 2001: http://www.inditer.com/dane/movies/music.intro.

  • Léo Delibes. Three Letters to Paderewski, March 23, 1889; June 13, ?; undated. Warsaw: Archiwum I. J. Paderewskiego, file 3492, pp. 186-189, 192-194, 198-200, Archiwum Akt Nowych.

  • Detroit Foundation Music School. Brochure for Summer Master Classes with Sigismond Stojowski (July 27-August 22, 1942), ZLSC.

  • Downes, Olin. "Sigismond Stojowski's Recital." The New York Times (February 22, 1925).

  • Drobner, Mieczysław. Wspomnienia o początkach życia muzycznego w Polsce Ludowej 1944-1946 [Memories about the beginnings of musical life in the Peoples' Republic of Poland 1944-1946]. Kraków: PWM, 1985.

  • Dubal, David. The Art of the Piano. New York: Summit Books, 1989.

  • Dunham, Charlotte. Letter to Werner Fuchs, founder of Musée Paderewski in Morges, Switzerland. August 12, 1981. R.189, Paderewski Museum, Morges.

  • Dybowski, Stanisław. "Rapsodia czy fantazja?" [Rhapsody or Fantasia?] Ruch Muzyczny 46 no. 11 (May 26, 2002): 34.

  • Dybowski, Stanisław. "Zapomniany Zygmunt Stojowski" [The Forgotten Zygmunt Stojowski]. Ruch Muzyczny 46 no. 9 (April 28, 2002): 34-38.

  • Echo Muzyczne, Teatralne i Artystyczne. Unsigned articles.
    • "Z Filharmonii: (Interview with Stojowski)" EMTA no. 951 (December 8, 1901): 561-562.
    • "'Kasia,' Opera Leona Delibes'a" EMTA no. 396 (May 2, 1891), 242.
    • "Koncerty symfoniczne" [Symphonic concerts]. EMTA no. 884 (August 26, 1900): 428.
    • "Konkurs Paderewskiego" [Paderewski's competition]. EMTA no. 779 (August 22, 1898): 442-443.
    • "Kronika" [Chronicle]. EMTA no. 396 (May 2, 1891): 242.
    • "Konserwatoryum paryzkie" [sic!; Paris coservatoire]. EMTA no. 309 (August 31, 1889): 441.
    • "Listy z Paryża" [Letters from Paris]. EMTA no. 661 (May 18, 1896): 264.
    • "Muzyka w roku 1897" [Music in 1897]. EMTA no. 745 (December 27, 1897): 17.
    • "Nasi artyści za granicą [Our artists abroad]. EMTA no. 977 (June 8, 1902): 258.

  • Eversman, Alice. "Piano Recitals Dominate Recent Musical Events: Master Class in Interpretation Performed Last Night under Direction of Sigismond Stojowski." The Evening Star (June 6, 1933), Washington, D.C.

  • Filharmonia Warszawska. Filharmonja Warszawska 1901-1931 (Warsaw Philharmonic's 30th Anniversary Booklet). Warsaw: Filharmonia Warszawska, 1931.

  • Frączkiewicz, Aleksander. "Koncert instrumentalny w II połowie XIX wieku" [The instrumental concerto during the second half of the 19th century], in Z dziejów polskiej kultury muzycznej vol. 2, Stefania Łobaczewska and Zofia Lissa eds., Kraków: PWM, 1966, 445-462.

  • Friskin, James and Irwin Freundlich. Music for the Piano, A Handbook of Concert and Teaching Materials from 1580 to 1952. New York: Dover Publications, 1973.

  • Gamble, Frederick. Letter to Mr. Locklair. March 6, 1982. Stojowski File, Juilliard School Archives.

  • Górecki, Tadeusz. "Zygmunt Stojowski," Gazeta Literacka 4 no. 1 (October 1932): 12-13.

  • Gronowicz, Antoni. Paderewski, Pianist and Patriot. Edinburgh: Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1944.

  • Hale, Philip. Program Notes for 'Piano Concerto No. 2, Op. 32.' Boston Symphony Orchestra Concert of March 10 & 11, 1916, 1044-1050, Paderewski Archives, Warsaw, Archiwum Akt Nowych [hereafter: AAN].

  • Halski, Czesław R. "Zygmunt Stojowski," in Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians 5th ed., vol. 8. London: Macmillan, 1954, 97-98.

  • Herter, Joseph A. "Elgar's 'Polonia' Updated," in The Elgar Society Journal 12 no. 4 (March 2002): 156-159. Reprinted online in the Polish Music Newsletter 5 no. 8 (August 1999), http://www.usc.edu/dept/polish_music/news/aug99.html.

  • Herter, Joseph A. "The Etude's 1915 Musical Salute to Poland." Polish Music Newsletter 7 no. 11 (November 2001): http://www.usc.edu/dept/polish_music/news/nov01.html.

  • Herter, Joseph A. Liner notes for a CD of Piano Concertos Nos. 1 & 2 by Zygmunt Stojowski. Jonathan Plowright, pianist; Martyn Brabbins, cond. BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. Hyperion, compact disc, CDA67314, 2002.

  • Herter, Joseph A. "Schelling's 'A Night in Poland.'" Polish Music Newsletter 7 no. 12 (December 2001), http://www.usc.edu/dept/polish_music/news/dec01.html.

  • Herter, Joseph A. "Zygmunt Stojowski and 'Piotr Czajkowski'." Polish Music Newsletter 8 no. 3 (April 2001), http://www.usc.edu/dept/polish_music/news/apr01.html.

  • Herter, Joseph A. "Stojowski: The Polish Patriot." Polish Music Newsletter 9 no. 2 (February 2002), http://www.usc.edu/dept/polish_music/news/feb02.html#stojowski.

  • Herter, Joseph A. "Zygmunt Stojowski: Polish Patriot and Composer." Paper delivered at the 60th Annual Meeting of the Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences of America at Georgetown University in Washington, D. C., June 7, 2002.

  • Herter, Joseph A., ed. "Stojowski and Stokowski: A Poem by Arthur G. Burgoyne." Polish Music Journal 4 no. 1 (Summer 2001), http://www.usc.edu/dept/polish_music/PMJ/issue/4.1.01/stojowskipoem.html.

  • Hinson, Maurice. Music for Piano and Orchestra, An Annotated Guide. Bloomington: Indiana University, 1981.

  • Hofmeister, Friedrich. Handbuch der Musikalischen Literatur, 1886-1891, 1892-1897, 1898-1908 L-Z. Leipzig: Friedrich Hofmeister.

  • Verzeich erschienen Musikalen, 1905, 1907, 1909-1911. Leipzig: Friedrich Hofmeister.

  • Howard, John Tasker. Our American Music. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Co., 1939.

  • Huneker, James Gibbons. The Philharmonic Society of New York and Its Seventy-Fifth Anniversary - A Retrospect - Early Histories of the New York Philharmonic. New York: Da Capo Press, 1979.

  • Hutcheson, Ernest. The Literature of the Piano, A Guide for Amateur and Student. Revised by Rudolph Ganz. London: Hutchinson of London, 1969.

  • Jachimecki, Zdzisław. Żeleński. Kraków: PWM, 1956.

  • Janaczewska-Solomko, Katarzyna. Dyskopedia poloników do roku 1918, v. 1-3. Warsaw: Biblioteka Narodowa, 2002.

  • Jarocinski, Stefan. Antologia Polskiej krytyki muzycznej XIX wieku (do roku 1939). Kraków: PWM, 1955.

  • Jasienski, Jerzy. Ignacy Jan Paderewski Antologia. Poznań: Ars Nova, 1996.

  • Jasinski, Roman. Koniec epoki, muzyka w Warszawie (1927-1939) [An end of an epoch: Music in Warsaw 1927-1939]. Kraków: Państwowy Instytut Wydawniczy, 1986.

  • Jonás, Alberto. Master School of Modern Piano Playing and Virtuosity, vol. 1. New York: Carl Fischer, 1922.

  • Juilliard School of Music. Summer School Catalogues. New York: Juilliard School of Music, 1932, 1940-1946.

  • Kipnis, Igor. "Archive Piano Recordings in Near Miracles of Restoration." Stereo Review 40 (April 1978): 126-127.

  • Krehbiel, H. E. "Program Notes for Chant d'amour, Op. 26 no 3." in Analytical Notes on Mr. Paderewski's Programmes, (American Tour of 1907-1908), Paderewski Archives, Warsaw, AAN.

  • Księga Kawalerów 'Odrodzenia Polski', Obywatele Cudzoziemscy (The Book of Individuals Awarded the Order 'Polonia Restituta,' Foreign Citizens). Warsaw: AAN, 1921-1937, 110.

  • Labunski, Felix Roderick. "Poland's Contribution to Music." The Polish Review 4 no 17 (May 3, 1944): 8-10.

  • Landau, Roman. Ignacy Paderewski, Musician and Statesman. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Co., 1932.

  • Lednicki, Waclaw. Letter to Stojowski. 1941. ZLSC.

  • Levant, Oscar. A Smattering of Ignorance. New York: Doubleday, Doran, 1940.

  • Macharska-Wolańska, Maria. Twórczosc fortepianowa Zygmunta Stojowskiego (The piano works of Zygmunt Stojowski). Masters' thesis. Kraków: Jagiellonian University, 1950.

  • Malherbe, Charles. Program Notes for 'Symphony in D Minor, Op. 21.' Boston Symphony Orchestra Program of January 16 & 17, 1920, 739-740.

  • Mechanisz, Janusz. Poczet Kompozytorów [A galaxy of composers]. Warsaw: Wydawnictwo Szkolne i Pedagogiczne, 1993.

  • Mills College Bulletin, Summer Sessions for Men and Women. Oakland, California: Mills College, 1934.

  • Morawska, Katarzyna. "Opieński" in Encyklopedia Muzyczna PMW vol. 7. Kraków: PWM, 2002, 164-166.

  • The Musical Times. Unsigned reviews of the following compositions and recitals:
    • "Concert in fa sharp. Pour piano et orchestre. Par Sigismond Stojowski." MT 34 no. 608 (October 1, 1893): 613;
    • "Cosaque fantastique. Pour piano. Par Sigismond Stojowski." MT 36 no. 623 (January 1, 1895): 30;
    • "Deux Orientales (No. 1, Romance; no. 2, Caprice), Mazurka, Gondoliera, Berceuse, Scherzo. For pianoforte solo. By Sig. Stojowski." MT 36 no. 628 (June 1, 1895): p. 386.
    • "Pianoforte recitals." MT 32. no. 582 (August 1, 1891): 474.
    • "Pianoforte recitals." MT 34 no. 605 (July 1, 1893): 408-09.
    • "Suite en mi bémol pour grand orchestre. Par Sigismond Stojowski." MT 35 no. 618 (August 1, 1894): 547;

  • Neuls-Bates, Carol, ed. Women in Music, An Anthology of Source Readings from the Middle Ages to the Present. New York: Harper and Row, 1982.

  • Nowowiejski, Feliks M. and Kazimierz. Dookoła kompozytora [Around the composer]. Poznań: Wydawnictwo Poznańskie, 1971.

  • Obituary: "Sigismond Stojowski Has Died." The Polish Review 6 no. 20 (November 28, 1946): 3, 15.

  • Obituary: "Stojowski is Dead; Polish Pianist, 76." The New York Times (November 6, 1946).

  • Obituary: "Zgon Zygmunta Stojowskiego." Zycie Warszawy 3 no. 307 (November 8, 1946): 1.

  • Oliver, George Edgar. "Concert of the Boston Symphony Orchestra." Review of Stojowski performance in Albany, New York. The Albany Evening Journal (November 6, 1923).

  • Opieński, Henryk. "Walkirie." Echo Muzyczne, Teatralne i Artystyczne no. 956 (January 25, 1902): 39.

  • Owen, H. Goddard. A Recollection of Marcella Sembrich. New York: Da Capo Press, 1982.

  • Paderewski, Ignacy Jan. Letter to Marie Stojowska, December 5, 1884. Morges: Paderewski Museum, De 65-2.

  • Paderewski, Ignacy Jan. "Letter of Recommendation for Stojowski." Dated May 13, 1924. Morges, Switzerland: Paderewski Museum, De 65-1. [Bronze stamp with the imprint of this letter and several copies of the printout at USC.

  • Paderewski, Ignacy and Helen. Telegram of condolence on the death of Stojowski's mother Marie, April 7, 1925. Stanford: Paderewski Collection, Hoover Institution, Stanford University.

  • Perkowska, Małgorzata. Diariusz Koncertowy Ignacego Jana Paderewskiego [The concert diary of Ignacy Jan Paderewski]. Kraków: PWM, 1990.

  • Perkowska, Małgorzata. Entry on "Delibes" in Encyklopedia Muzyczna PWM vol. 2. Kraków: PWM, 1984, 390-391.

  • Peyser, Ethel. The House that Music Built: Carnegie Hall. New York: Robert M. McBride & Co., 1936.

  • Phillips, Charles. Paderewski: The Story of a Modern Immortal. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1933.

  • Piber, Andzrej. Droga do sławy, Ignacy Paderewski w latach 1860-1902[The road to fame, Ignacy Paderewski during the years 1860-1902). Warsaw: Państwowy Instytut Wydawniczy, 1982.

  • Polish Institute of Arts and Letters. Report of the Polish Institute of Arts and Letters: 1932-33, 1933-34, ZLSC and BNW.

  • Poznansky, Alexander. Tchaikovsky's Last Days. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1996.

  • Poźniak, Włodzimierz. "Muzyka fortepianowa po Chopinie" (Piano Music after Chopin), in Z dziejów polskiej kultury muzycznej vol. 2 eds. Stefania Łobaczewska et al. Kraków: PWM, 1966, 510-552.

  • Pozniak, Włodzimierz. "Muzyka kameralna i skrzypcowa" (Chamber and Violin Music), in Z dziejów polskiej kultury muzycznej vol. 2 eds. Stefania Łobaczewska et al. Kraków: PWM, 1966, 463-510.

  • Pozniak, Włodzimierz. "Piesn solowa po Moniuszce" (The Art Song after Moniuszko), in Z dziejów polskiej kultury muzycznej vol. 2 eds. Stefania Łobaczewska et al. Kraków: PWM, 1966, 355-400.

  • Preyss, Adele and Joanne Stefanik. "Sigismond Stojowski." The New American, A Monthly Digest of Polish-American Life and Culture 5 no. 6 (June-July 1938): 1, 5.

  • Reiss, Józef. Almanach muzyczny Krakowa 1780-1914 [A musical almanac of Cracow 1780-1914], vol. 2 Kraków: Towarzystwo miłosników zabytków, 1939.

  • Reiss, Józef. Najpiękniejsza ze wszystkich jest muzyka polska [Polish music is the most beautiful of all]. Kraków: T. Gieszczykiewicz, 1946.

  • Reiss, Józef. Statkowski, Melcer, Młynarski, Stojowski. Łódź: Wiedza Powszechna Wydawnictwo Popularno-Naukowe, 1949.

  • Rubinstein, Artur. My Many Years. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 1980.

  • Rubinstein, Artur. My Young Years. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 1973.

  • Schelling, Mrs. Ernest. Letter to Marguerite Merington. August 17, 1945. PIASA Marguerite Merington Papers, No. 43.7.

  • [Sep.] "Z Warszawy" [From Warsaw]. Biesiada Literacka no. 4 (January 17, 1902): 42.

  • Śledziński, Stefan. "Zarys dziejów symfonii polskiej w XIX wieku" [An outline history of Polish symphony in the 19th century], in Z dziejów polskiej kultury muzycznej vol. 2, eds. Stefania Łobaczewska et al. Kraków: PWM, 1966, 401-462.

  • Slonimsky, Nicolas. Stojowski File. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, Slonimsky Collection, Box 236, Folder 14.

  • Stojowski, Alfred J. "Biographical Information" in Wenatchee 'Meet a Rotarian" - Week 52 (February 2002), http://www.crcwnet.com/~rotary/stojowski.htm.

  • Stojowski, Henry J. Curriculum vitae: Henry J. Stojowski Architect (2002), 10 typewritten pages, ZLSC.

  • Stojowski, Ignatius L. Data Sheet (ca. 1978), one typewritten page, ZLSC.

  • Stojowski, Ignatius L Letter to Paderewski. Warsaw: Paderewski Archives, 3702, AAN.

  • Stojowski, Luisa [Morales Macedo]. "Mme. Stojowski Tells the Secret of Practicing." The Southwestern Musician 15 (July 1949): 16.

  • "Stojowski," entry in Encyklopedia Powszechna Olgerbranda vol. 14. Warsaw: Wydawnictwo Towarzystwa Akcyjnego, 1903, 98.

  • Suchecki, Krystyna and Roman. "Polska Sonata Wiolonczelowa" (The Polish Violoncello Sonata), in Zeszyty Naukowe X. Gdańsk: Wyższa Szkoła Muzyczna w Gdańsku, 1972, 203-223.

  • Sullivan & Cromwell. Letter to Stojowski and Roman J. Majewski informing them of the return of Poland's U.S. gold deposits to the Bank Polski (March 23, 1944), ZLSC.

  • Szopski, Felicjan. "Z Filharmonii." Kurjer Warszawski (October 5, 1929): 9-10.

  • Trochimczyk, Maja. "Stojowski Manuscripts at PIASA." Polish Music Newsletter 7 no. 8 (August 2001), http://www.usc.edu/dept/polish_music/news/aug01.html.

  • Trochimczyk, Maja. "How Paderewski Plays: Chant d'amour and the Aestheticism of America's Gilded Age." Paper read at the 2002 Meeting of the American Musicological Society. Columbus, Ohio, 31 October- 3 November 2002.

  • Trochimczyk, Maja. "Paderewski and Stojowski: A Musical Friendship," Paper read at the Session on "Elsner and Stojowski." Annual Meeting of the Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences of America, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., June 2002.

  • Trochimczyk, Maja, ed. "The Unknown Paderewski," special issue of the Polish Music Journal 4 no. 2 (2001).

  • Trochimczyk, Maja and Joseph A. Herter, eds. "Source Readings (2): Stojowski - Lectures and Documents" in Polish Music Journal 4 no. 1 (2001). The set includes: Arthur G. Burgoyne: Stokowski and Stojowski (A Poem, 1911) Zygmunt Stojowski: The Evolution of Style and Interpretation in Piano Literature (1940) Zygmunt Stojowski: Music and Life: An Address (1944).

  • Von Ende School of Music Bulletin. New York: 1915-1916, ZLSC.

  • Webb, F. Gilbert. Program Notes for Piano Concerto No. 2, Op. 32. London Symphony Orchestra, World Premiere, June 13, 1913, ZLSC.

  • Wier, Albert E. "Sigismond Denis Antoine Stojowski," in The Macmillan Encyclopedia of Music and Musicians. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1938, 1800.

  • Westney, William. Program Notes for Stojowski's Piano Concerto in F-sharp Minor, Op. 3. Jackson (Michigan) Symphony Orchestra. October 6, 1990.

  • Zamoyski, Adam. Paderewski. New York: Atheneum, 1982.



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