Klein calls the mazurka a "curious multiplicity of multiplicities" as it contains three distinct dances--the mazur, oberek
, and kujawiak--that hail from different Polish regions (p.
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The other Polish National dances are the krakowiak, the mazur, the oberek
, and the polonaise.
, a fast-paced, stylish, vigorous Polish folk-dance reminiscent of the Mazurkas that inspired the compositions of Chopin and others, demanded disciplined virtuosity.
Warsawianka is an ensemble from the University of Warsaw that will present folk songs and dances such as the Polka, the Mazurka and the Oberek
, from Poland.
His lecture explored the unique characteristics of four different dances: the melancholy, lyrical kujawiak; the energetic, rhythmic mazur, the relentless, driving oberek
and the proud, dignified polanaise.
You had Polish dance tunes like krakowiak, oberek
, no wesloo, mazur, and polonez and of course polkas and mazurkas and waltzes.
There are actually three dance types grouped together in Poland itself: the moderate mazur, the slow and stately kujaviaand lively oberek
, or obertas.