Baillot, Beethoven, Bogusławski, Böhm, Boieldieu, Catalani, Cherubini, Chopin, Clementi, Dargomyżski, Dobrzyński, Dusík, Elsner, Field, Glinka, Haydn, Hummel, Kalkbrenner, Klengel, Kozłowski, Kurpiński, Lessel, Lipiński, Lwow, Mendelssohn, Meyer, Milder, Mirecki, Mozart, Ogiński, Paër, Pasta, Rode, Rossini, Schumann, Simon, Soliva, Spontini, Stefani, Steibelt, Tomášek, Weber, Wielhorski, Zelter…

Józef Elsner (1769-1854) – a composer and teacher, well-known and respected throughout Europe, who played a very important role in the musical life of Warsaw at the start of the 19th Century; a friend of the Wolowski family.

Luigi Cherubini (1760-1842) fascinated by the talent of “Marynia” Wolowska, aged 21, whom he had heard in Paris salons in 1810. He dedicated his “Fantasy for piano” to her. She later gave a concert at the Paris Conservatoire of which he was still Director. All her life, Szymanowska kept a special relationship with him.

Michał Kleofas Ogiński (1765-1833), brief biography by Maja Trochimczyk, Polish Music Center

Russian chronicles of Michal Kleofas Oginski,
Natalia Serjantova, Radio Voice of Russia (in Polish and Russian), 26.10.2008
Handsome man of great courtesy ...