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Given the tragic political circumstances of the enslaved nation, Romanticism became both the means to recapture the heroic past and the prelude to a future armed revolt. The quintessentially Romantic notions—for instance, representations of memory and of idyllic space and time—served, above all, to construct Polishness. 20 Old noble traditions were eagerly preserved to be woven into a collective memory of an idyllic past. As part of this trend, the Romantics restored interest in Sarmatism, the belief that Polish nobility descended from the ancient Asian people of Sarmatia.
The disassembled choralion remained in storage until a sale of damaged and used instruments on October , when forty trumpets from the choralion were purchased by a Szmul Wagner. Go¬os, “Organy i muzyka w ewangielickim kos´ciele S´w. Trójcy w Warszawie,” . 35 Opis z. a¬obnego obchodu po wielkopomnej pamie˛ci nayias´niejszym Alexandrze I [A description of the funeral tribute to His Highness Alexander I of momentous memory] (Warsaw: Glücksberg, ), . 36 Krystyna Kobylan´ska, Chopin w kraju: Dokumenty i pamia˛tki [Chopin in his own land: documents and souvenirs] (Kraków: Polskie Wydawnictwo Muzyczne, ), .
44 The eolipantalion, like Brunner’s instruments, found its way to Warsaw’s salons. 46 At that point any attempt to market such instruments was futile, since a new and better invention already replaced them. It was the Viennese-built physharmonica (an ancestor of the harmonium), which was ﬁrst introduced in Warsaw in and soon superseded all other experimental instruments. Chopin’s involvement with the organ and adventures with the choralion and eolipantalion enriched his musical skills and ﬁred his imagination, yet the instrument that played the most important role in his creative life, from the very beginning of his musical career, was the piano.