The Mazurka is a passionate military dance in Kislev, in which the lead beats time to the music with the sole of his boot, before sweeping his partner into his arms and throwing himself forward, leaping across the room with long strides. He then spins his partner and falls to his knees before her. For this reason and more, the Mazurka is seen as a dance from the old days of gallantry, full of suggestions of impassioned, romantic love.[1a]


  • 1: The Ambassador (novel) by Graham McNeill
    • 1a: Chapter 2

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