The works by Ignacy Jan Paderewski, according to the popular opinion, belong to the most original pieces composed by Polish artists. Although the musical language of Paderewski is very strongly rooted in the major-minor system, thus in the Romantic tradition, various innovative measures that the composer subjected particular musical forms and genres to, often turn out to be a genuine enigma for musicologists and researchers of his work. This album includes both smaller pieces, including the famous Minuet in G major, Op. 14 No. 1 at the forefront, as well as texturally complex works (incl. Variations in A major, Op. 16 No. 3), in which their formal architecture is developed in an idiomatic way. The recordings were made in, always full of music, the Paderewski Court in Kasna Dolna - the Polish home of the Master, his only preserved estate in the world. Invitations to participate in the project were accepted by artists holding leading positions among Polish music performers - Katarzyna Duda, Hanna Samson, Jacek Jaskula, Robert Marat, Robert Morawski and a talented young pianist - Cezary Karwowski.