What Is a Mazurka?

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A mazurka is a type of dance native to Poland where the dancers move at a very high tempo and with a slight accent at the third or the fourth beat. The person who wrote the most mazurka songs was Frederic Chopin, who wrote at least 58 songs between 1825-1849. This dance was very popular in Europe in the 18th and 19th century.
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ma·zur·ka
[muh-zur-kuh, -zoor-]
NOUN
1.
a lively Polish dance in moderately quick triple meter.
2.
music for, or in the rhythm of, this dance.
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