|October 30,1790 – December 16, 1861|
As many great Polish composers and musicians, Lipiński began to learn the violin at the age of five, from his father. When his family moved to Lwow in 1799, he became the concertmaster of the palace orchestra of Adam Count Starzeński, which was led by Lipinski's father.
In 1846, Lipinski was compelled to minimize his concert activities due to suffering rheumatic fever. In recognition of his great contributions to the royal court, Lipinski was honoured with the Knightly Order of Prince Albert. When he retired in 1861, he settled in his estate in Urlov and established a music school for talented children.
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