He was playing a mazurka from Kontsky—wild, eager, thrilling,—a mad mazurka.
And now the mazurka came to an end and we separated—until we should meet again.
But the Lapland sisters were the true prodigy, who danced the mazurka in the national style.
"I shall sleep badly to-night," she said to me when the mazurka was over.
Perhaps it was a patriotic rather than an æsthetic feeling which led him thus to favor the mazurka.
They came from Peru, and danced the mazurka in green jackets with a jabot.
The trio (poco piu mosso), the more original portion of the mazurka, reappears in a slightly altered form in later mazurkas.
She played also a mazurka by Schulhoff, and one or two other pieces.
Helene, not having a suitable partner, herself offered to dance the mazurka with Boris.
The theme was in somewhat the nature of a mazurka, sweet and graceful.
lively dance, also mazourka, 1818, from Russian mazurka, from Polish mazurek "dance of the Mazur," a reference to inhabitants of Mazowsze (Medieval Latin Mazovia), ancient region in central Poland. The Polish accusative in tanczyc mazurka "to dance the mazurek" was interpreted in Russian as a feminine affix, hence the -ka ending.