Pan Frederyk Szopen was half-FRENCH, perhaps the reason why, as you so crudely put it, he never dedicated any of his compositions to the land of his mother's birth, indeed his "MATczyzna"LOL
He lived in Paris, even longer than in Zelazowa Wola, furthermore, began one of European history's most torrid love affairs with the tres francaise Mme. Georges Sand, the love of his all too brief life!
If you bother to listen in depth to nearly every strain of Szopen's aka Chopin's breathtakingly beautiful etudes, polonaises and Impromptus, you hear a "dedication" to Poland in each heartwrenching bar of his music; the melancholy mingling with the mirthful one minute, the vaingloriously proud, triumphant the next.
Listen from now on, Ktoś, with your ears and less with your pride:-)