English to Welsh Meaning :: mazurka

Mazurka :
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Noun(1) music composed for dancing the mazurka(2) a Polish national dance in triple time

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(1) The corps danced with an invigorating snap in the mazurka and the czardas.(2) This early work is essentially a mazurka on a large scale.(3) He had no interest in politics, but the specificity of the mazurka 's Polish origins could not have escaped him.(4) This elegant restraint runs over into the third mazurka .(5) When I danced the mazurka with him, though, I asked him about it.(6) What if we'd been hearing the waltzes and mazurkas as china figurines in a glass cabinet, and the songs without words as lavish furnishings without vulgar display?(7) The three mazurkas included in this opus are delightful and not too difficult.(8) The recital consists of essentially triple-time dance music - mazurkas , waltzes, and polonaises - although you might find it difficult to trip the light fantastic to any of this.(9) He appropriated the forms and even the names of that composer's most famous works, writing dozens of preludes, mazurkas , scherzos and waltzes.(10) Elsewhere, he excelled in Chopin's smaller works, especially the mazurkas , to which he brought unusual lapidary refinement.(11) Unlike the strictly timed moves of the waltzes and mazurkas of Nobility, these dances were from the heart.(12) You had Polish dance tunes like krakowiak, oberek, no wesloo, mazur, and polonez and of course polkas and mazurkas and waltzes.(13) Scriabin's early works, until about 1903, are lyrical and effusive, formally inspired by Chopin (waltzes, mazurkas , ballades, preludes, impromptus and scherzos), though where content was concerned his voice was very much his own.(14) This does seem peculiar because she spends chunks of the books at the various village festa dancing mazurkas badly when sufficiently fortified by local wine.(15) She uses few raw materials, the most prominent of these being a melancholy, dance-like theme that would not have been out of place in one of Chopin's mazurkas .(16) A DordÔö£├¡n concert will include lively jigs and reels, haunting slow airs, traditional songs and a variety of mazurkas , polkas, waltzes and more.
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