Nela & Artur. Rubinsteins' intimate concert

"Again, close to her parents. (...) Nela waited in Warsaw for her husband's return. He went, this time alone, to give concerts in the Soviet Union. He was to play Chopin, Liszt, Ravel, Poulenc, whom he liked so much, and Stravinsky - exiled from his country. For the first time since marriage, so many days in separation. She is so used to the fact that everything takes place in a duet."

Friendrich Nitzsche

In his autobiography entitled " "Ecce Homo" Friedrich Nietzsche admits to his Polish origin.

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