Composers

Karol Mikuli

Piano
Voice
Organ
Piano four hands
Men's chorus
Soprano
Alto
Female chorus
Violin
Dance
Mazurka
Piece
Song
Variation
Nocturne
Polonaise
Airs
Ballades
Romance
by popularity
10 Pièces, Op.2412 Harmonic variations on C major scale, Op.232 Nocturnes, Op.192 Polonaises, Op.82 Spiritual Songs, Op.3248 Airs nationaux roumains6 Pièces, Op.9Album de romancesHymn jubileuszowyMazurka, Op.10Mazurka, Op.11Mazurka, Op.3Mazurka, Op.4Pieśni ludu polskiegoPrélude et Presto agitato, Op.1Scherzino for 3 Violins, Op.25
Wikipedia
Karol Mikuli, often seen as Charles Mikuli (Armenian: Կարոլ Միկուլի or Կարոլ Պստիկյան; 22 October 1821 – 21 May 1897) was a Polish pianist, composer, conductor and teacher. His students included Moriz Rosenthal, Raoul Koczalski, Aleksander Michałowski, Jaroslaw Zieliński, Kornelia Parnas and Heinrich Schenker.
Mikuli (aka Bsdikian) was born on October 22, 1821, in Czerniowce, then part of the Austrian Empire (now Chernivtsi, Ukraine) to a Moldavian-Armenian family. He studied under Frédéric Chopin for piano (later becoming his teaching assistant) and Anton Reicha for composition. He toured widely as a concert pianist, becoming Director of the Lviv Conservatory in 1858. He founded his own school there in 1888. He died in Lemberg, then part of Austrian Poland (now Lviv, Ukraine) and is buried in Lychakiv Cemetery in Lviv.
See: List of music students by teacher: K to M#Karol Mikuli. He is most well known as an editor of works by Chopin. Dover Publications currently publishes reprints of his 1879 editions of Chopin's piano music, originally published by F. Kistner (Leipzig). His goal, as stated in the foreword of the edition, was to provide more reliable editions. He used several verified sources, most of which were written or corrected by Chopin himself. His editions of Chopin's works were first published in America in 1895.
Mikuli also took detailed notes of Chopin's comments made in lessons and interviewed witnesses of Chopin's performances. For many years he was regarded as the primary authority on Chopin and his remarks about Chopin's playing were often quoted by biographers.