[This brief excerpt appeared in the Preface to Frederick Chopin's Piano Works
edited by Ignaz Friedman (1882-1948), Leipzig, Breitkopf & Härtel, c1912.
This web version is dated 20 June 2007.
. . . sundry alterations of a technical nature have been indicated by pre-eminent students and interpreters of Chopin.1
1 These include, besides Liszt, Rubinstein, Princess Czartoryska, and Mikuli of the last generation,
the following artists of our own :
d'Albert, Essipoff, Godowski, Josef Hofmann, Leschetizky, Michalowski, Pachmann, Paderewski, Rosenthal, and Sauer.