Help with Mazurka names

Re: Help with Mazurka names

My first guess would be that it’s taken from her latest album, in which case track #9 is likely (Rossriver Waltz+Vals after Ånon Egeland). I haven’t heard the album so I could be wrong.

Re: Help with Mazurka names

Yes that’s it although to my ear they have the flavour of Mazurkas. Ah well wrong again.
Thanks for looking.

Re: Help with Mazurka names

I’m new to mazurkas so I thought ‘hmmm, mazurkas sound a bit like waltzes’.
Still, I play no waltzes or mazurkas and these are beautiful so I have to learn them!

Re: Help with Mazurka names

I’m new to mazurkas so I thought ‘hmmm, mazurkas sound a bit like waltzes’.
Or one could say ‘hmmm, [THESE] mazurkas sound a bit like waltzes’.
Beautifully played by Steph, Irish tradition n’all.

In other traditions mazurkas have a bit of a hitch on the second beat - it’s kind of in the name, mazurka, or it’s easy to put it into the word itself.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T7ZhD34eXLI


But apologies - the question is about the names of the tunes, not the nature of mazurkas

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Fair comment… there’s always something new to learn. That’s a lovely Mazurka.
Cheers.