Here are 20 famous musicians from Poland died at 68:
Eliza Orzeszkowa (June 6, 1841 Russian Empire-May 18, 1910 Grodno) was a Polish novelist and essayist.
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Maria Konopnicka (May 23, 1842 Suwałki-October 8, 1910 Lviv) a.k.a. Maria Konopnicka née Wasiłowska, Jan Sawa, Marko or Jan Waręż was a Polish novelist, poet, writer, translator, journalist and critic. Her children are called Tadeusz Konopnicki, Jan Konopnicki, Zofia Konopnicka, Stanisław Konopnicki, Helena Konopnicka, Laura Konopnicka, Władysław Konopnicki and Stefan Konopnicki.
She died caused by pneumonia.
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Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski (September 20, 1503 Wolbórz-April 5, 1572) was a Polish writer and politician.
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Tytus Chałubiński (December 29, 1820 Poland-November 4, 1889 Zakopane) otherwise known as Dr. Tytus Chałubiński was a Polish physician.
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Ignacy Potocki (February 28, 1741 Radzyń Podlaski-August 30, 1809 Vienna) was a Polish writer and politician.
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Karol Libelt (April 8, 1807-June 9, 1875) was a Polish writer, politician and philosopher.
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Ferdynand Antoni Ossendowski (May 27, 1876 Ludza-January 3, 1945 Żółwin, Masovian Voivodeship) also known as Ferdinand Ossendowski was a Polish physicist, writer, journalist, novelist, chemist, geologist and ethnographer.
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Ignatz Waghalter (March 15, 1881 Warsaw-April 7, 1949 New York) was a Polish conductor.
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Arthur Felix (April 3, 1887 Andrychów-January 17, 1956 England) was a Polish scientist.
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Władysław Szczepaniak (May 19, 1910 Warsaw-May 6, 1979 Warsaw) was a Polish personality.
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Feliks Nowowiejski (February 7, 1877 Barczewo-January 18, 1946) a.k.a. Nowowiejski, Feliks was a Polish conductor.
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Savielly Tartakower (February 22, 1887 Rostov-on-Don-February 4, 1956 Paris) was a Polish writer and athlete.
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Teresa Ciepły (October 19, 1937-March 8, 2006 Bydgoszcz) was a Polish personality.
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Jan Werner (July 25, 1946-September 21, 2014 Warsaw) was a Polish personality.
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Max Marcin (May 5, 1879 Poznań-March 30, 1948 Tucson) was a Polish screenwriter and film director.
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Janusz Kierzkowski (February 26, 1947 Borek, Gorzów County-April 5, 2015 Wrocław) was a Polish personality.
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Leopold Godowsky (February 13, 1870 Vilnius-November 21, 1938 New York City) also known as Godowsky, Leopold was a Polish pianist, composer and teacher. His children are Leopold Godowsky, Jr., Dagmar Godowsky and Gordon Godowsky.
His albums include The Complete Studies on Chopin's Études, Sonata / Passacaglia, Rustle of Spring, , Waltz in C Sharp Major, Witches’ Dance, Liebestraum (A Dream of Love), Impromptu in A Flat / Kamennoi Ostrow (Stony Island), and Impromptu in A Flat. Genres he performed: Classical music.
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Joseph Opatoshu (April 5, 1886 Mława-October 7, 1954 New York City) also known as Josef Mejer Opatowski, יוסף אָפאַטאָשו or Yosef Meir Opatowski was a Polish writer. His child is called David Opatoshu.
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Jan Puzyna de Kosielsko (September 13, 1842 Galicia-September 8, 1911 Kraków) was a Polish personality.
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Kazimierz Moczarski (July 21, 1907 Warsaw-September 27, 1975 Warsaw) was a Polish journalist.
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