cracovienne


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cracovienne

(krækˌəʊvɪˈɛn)
n
(Dancing) a fast dance from the Krakow region of Poland which became popular in Paris during the 19th century
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On my table is an old watch, which always chimes something like a Cracovienne.
And, of course, he was matchless in his own works, especially when one looks past the once-hackneyed Minuet in G and explores the Cracovienne fantastique or the Nocturne in B-flat.