Klementyna Grabowska

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Klementyna Grabowska née Wyganowska (1771–1831) was a Polish pianist and composer. She was born in Poznań and composed for piano. She married Józef Grabowski of Łukowa,[1] and in 1831 moved to Paris. She died there in 1831.[2][3] Grabowska was also known as Countess Clementine.


Selected works include:

  • Sonata, op. 2 in B-flat major for the piano
  • Polonaises, collection[4]


  1. ^ Tymieniecki, Kazimierz; Wojciechowski, Zygmunt (1958). Roczniki historyczne: Volume 24.
  2. ^ Elson, Arthur (2007). Woman's Work in Music.
  3. ^ "Women Composers". Retrieved 2 February 2011.
  4. ^ Gregory, Daniel, ed. (1917). The art of music: a comprehensive library of information for music, Volume 11.