Unconscious of their scrutiny, the boy played a czardas, weird and strange.
And Marsa also gazed after them, her ears caressed by the czardas of the musicians.
For piano there is a czardas, and a "Valse 138 Élégante" for eight hands; it is more Viennese than Chopinesque.
Meanwhile the Friskas and czardas continued to revolve in his brain.
A vicious swirl of colour and dizzy, dislocated rhythms prefaced the incantations of the czardas.
The motif occurred in the middle of the overture, directly after the czardas.
Had the strings of the bows played these czardas upon his own sinews, laid bare, he would not have trembled more violently.
To follow: poulet saut l'Hongroise, the clash of the czardas captured and imprisoned in a stew-pan.
Familiar as it is to us, it is yet as foreign a music as any Tyrolean jodel or Hungarian czardas.
To die eating salad on the banks of the Danube to the wail of the czardas—that would be the true death!