Two mazurkas for you. Mazurka Sainte Colombe (#123) and Tiro l’Auto (varsovienne) (#130). I’m not sure what the varsovienne thing is — there are a number of tunes with that appellation, and they have a rhythmic similarity, but I don’t know if it’s a particular dance or if it’s just supposed to indicate its provenance coming as a waltz from Vienna (even though it’s a mazurka). So there.
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Varsovienne means from Warsaw, not from Vienna. And Warsaw is a part of Masovia, where the mazurka came from…
That’s amazing. I did not know that! Thank you!