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Young Chopin (1952)

Mlodosc Chopina (original title)
Approved | | Biography, Drama, History | 24 December 1952 (USA)
A story of the formative years in Chopin's life between 1825 and 1831, a time of social unrest throughout Europe, of rising nationalism, and of cries for reform. Chopin, an outstanding ... See full summary »

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Czeslaw Wollejko ...
Zbigniew Lobodzinski ...
Seweryn Goszczynski (as Z. Lobodzinski)
Józef Nieweglowski ...
Dominik Magnuszewski (as J. Nieweglowski)
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Stefan Witwicki
Jerzy Pietraszkiewicz ...
Bohdan Zaleski
Leon Pietraszkiewicz ...
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Konstancja Gładkowska
Jan Kurnakowicz ...
Prof. Józef Elsner
Gustaw Buszynski ...
Prince Adam Jerzy Czartoryski (as G. Buszynski)
Tadeusz Bialoszczynski ...
Joachim Lelewel
Justyna Kreczmar ...
Zuska, maid
Czeslaw Strzelecki ...
Prince Jabłonowski
Lech Ordon ...
The sleeping Student
Mieczyslaw Wojnicki ...
Lt. Pisarzewski
Janusz Sciwiarski ...
Spy at Inn
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A story of the formative years in Chopin's life between 1825 and 1831, a time of social unrest throughout Europe, of rising nationalism, and of cries for reform. Chopin, an outstanding student in music, and inflamed with the revolutionary spirit in his native Poland, gives a number of concerts which are praised by the aristocracy. His fame growing, he sets out on tour and, while in Vienna, hears of the November uprising in Warsaw. He makes an attempt to return and join the fight but his carriage breaks down, and his is brought back ill. Warned by his doctor, he settles down to a quieter life in Paris, and continues his work. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Chopin's Youth  »

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Mazurka in in C Sharp Minor, Opus 6, Number 2
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