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“Polish Dance” is a piano piece composed by Xaver Scharwenka, a Polish-German pianist and composer, in the late 19th century. The piece is a lively and rhythmic dance that reflects the vibrant and colorful folk music of Poland. It begins with a bold and energetic melody in the right hand while the left hand plays a rhythmic accompaniment. As the piece progresses, the melody is passed between the hands, creating a sense of dynamic movement and excitement.
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