czardas [chär′däsh΄]
[Hung csárdás]
1. a Hungarian dance consisting of a slow section followed by a fast one
2. music for this

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  • Czardas — Czardas, s. Tschardasch …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • czardas — /chahr dahsh/, n. a Hungarian national dance in two movements, one slow and the other fast. Also, csardas. [1855 60; < Hungarian csárdás, equiv. to csárda wayside tavern ( < Serbo Croatian ccardak orig., watchtower < Turk < Pers chartak four… …   Universalium

  • czardas — noun (plural czardas) Etymology: Hungarian csárdás Date: 1860 a Hungarian dance to music in duple time in which the dancers start slowly and finish with a rapid whirl …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Czardas — Csárdás in Doroslovo Csárdás in Skorenovac. Csárdás (auch Csárdás, Czárdás, Aussprache Tschardasch , von csárda …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • czardas — var. of CSARDAS. * * * czardas see csardas …   Useful english dictionary

  • Czárdás (Liszt) — The three czárdás that Franz Liszt wrote in 1881 2 and 1884 are solo piano pieces based on the Hungarian dance form of the same name. Liszt treats the dance form itself much less freely than he did much earlier with the verbunkos in the Hungarian …   Wikipedia

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  • czardas — noun a) An intricate Hungarian folk dance characterized by variations in tempo b) The music for such a dance …   Wiktionary

  • Czardas —    See Csardas …   Historical dictionary of the Gypsies

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