High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Zygmunt Denis Antoni Jordan de Stojowski (May 4, 1870 November 5, 1946) was a Polish pianist and composer. Born near the city of Kielce, Stojowski began his musical training with his mother, and with Polish composer W adys aw ele ski. In Kraków, as a seventeen-year-old student, he made his debut as a concert pianist performing Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 3 with the local orchestra. At the age of eighteen he moved to Paris and studied piano with Louis Diemer and composition with Léo Delibes. Two years later at the Paris Conservatoire, he would win first prizes in piano performance, counterpoint and fugue. According to Stojowski, however, in a December 1901 interview that appeared in a Warsaw magazine, the teachers who had the most profound influence on him as a musician were the Polish violinist-composer Wladyslaw Gorski and pianist-composer Ignacy Jan Paderewski.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Rafa Dobrowolski (born December 27, 1983 in Kielce) is an athlete from Poland, who competes in archery. At the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing Dobrowolski finished his ranking round with a total of 667 points, which gave him the 13th seed for the final competition bracket in which he faced Nay Myo Aung in the first round, in which he beat the archer from Myanmar 110-106. In the second round Dobrowolski was too strong for Oleksandr Serdyuk. After a 111-111 draw Dobrowolski scored 9 points in the extra round, with Serdyuk scoring eight. In the third round he was unable to beat Park Kyung-Mo (113-105) and was eliminated.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Valentinus Smalcius was a German Socinian writer and preacher, born in Gotha. He is known for his German translation of the Racovian Catechism, and a New Testament translation into Polish. A migrant to Poland, he became largely Polonised towards the end of his life. He was a preacher of the Polish Brethren at Raków, Kielce County. The origins of the Racovian Catechism are not quite clear. A traditional view is that Smalcius put it together, perhaps with collaborators, from literary remains of Faustus Socinus. Another is that it was developed by Smalcius and Hieronim Moskorzowski (Moscorovius) in 1605, others say Moskorzowski wrote it with Piotr Stoi ski (the younger) and Johannes Völkel, and Smalcius was the translator into German for publication in 1608. In any case the Catechism was constructed by disciples of Socinus, and Smalcius probably had a leading role.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Andrzej Maria Deskur was President emeritus of the Pontifical Council for Social Communications and a Cardinal of the Catholic Church. Deskur was born in Sancygniów near Kielce, Poland, to a family of French origin. He received a doctorate in law in 1945 from the Jagiellonian University. He was the secretary general of the very important post-war Polish student organization called "Bratniak". He entered the seminary in Kraków and was ordained a priest on 20 August 1950. He obtained a doctorate in theology from the University of Freiburg and, after two years of pastoral activity and study in France and Switzerland, in September 1952, he was called to Rome to work in the Secretariat of State
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Thomas Buergenthal (born 11 May 1934 in Lubochna, Czechoslovakia, today Slovakia) is the American judge serving on the International Court of Justice. Thomas Buergenthal, born to German-Jewish parents who had moved from Germany to Czechoslovakia in 1933, grew up in the Jewish ghetto of Kielce (Poland) and later in the concentration camps at Auschwitz and Sachsenhausen. After the War he lived with his mother in Göttingen. On 4 December 1951, he emigrated from Germany to the United States. He studied at Bethany College in West Virginia (graduated 1957), and received his J.D. at New York University Law School in 1960, and his LL.M. and S.J.D. degrees in international law from Harvard Law School.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Grzegorz Piechna is a Polish footballer (striker) of Ceramika Opoczno (Poland). Grzegorz was born on September 18, 1976 in Opoczno (Poland). His nickname is Kie basa (a sausage), because before he started his career he worked for a butchery. Piechna played for Korona Kielce and Widzew ód in the Polish Ekstraklasa. Forwards, also known as strikers, are the players on a team in association football who play nearest to the opposing team's goal, and are therefore principally responsible for scoring goals. This very advanced position and its limited defensive responsibilities mean forwards normally score more goals than other players, accordingly, they are often among the best-known and most expensive players in their teams. This is one of modern football's most demanding positions, it requires intelligence and speed, both of execution and of thought, to perform the role well.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Jacek Zieli ski (born March 22, 1961 in Tarnobrzeg) is a Polish footballer, and football coach. Zieli ski began his career at Siarka Tarnobrzeg, and became captain in the 1977 season. Zieli ski later took over the manager role at many Polish clubs, such as Korona Kielce, GKS Be chatów, Górnik czna, Groclin Dyskobolia, and Polonia Warsaw. On 5 June 2009 he took over Lech Pozna where he won Polish Championship in 2009/2010 season. After defeat in Champions League third round qualifications, team was moved to Europa League then won next games and has been promoted to group stage of this tournament.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Ilona Sojda (born May 26, 1987, Kielce), Polish singer whose work has its origin in sung poetry, an imprecise, unspecific music genre that merges lyrical ballads with written poetry. Winner of the 41st Student Song Festival in Krakow, an influential cultural event that first took place in 1962, known than as the National Student Song Contest. She also won musical contests in Rybnik, Radom, and Elbl g and was one of the finalists of the Review of Stage Songs, being the 27th edition of Poland's oldest actors' song interpretation contest, which is set in Wroclaw. Since 2005 she cooperates with Marek Tercz, poet and composer from Kielce, who created music and lyrics for their recital 'Kaddish for Rose'. It was introduced for the first time to a wider audience during the 42nd Student Song Festival in 2006, however the official premiere took place a year later at Krakow's Tempel Synagogue in 2007.