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    Csárdás: Hungarian Gypsy music.. [Ferenc Sánta, ifj.] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create --Hungarian songs () --Lightning csárdás ().
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    Lightning causes electric currents along the top of the ground that can be deadly over feet away. Crouching down is the best combination of being low and touching the ground as little as possible.
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    Csárdás () --Fancy tune/Csárdás from Szatmár/Csárdás cadences () --Souvenir from the Balaton () --There is no gypsy in the village/A happy hour with me/Landlady, my angel/The rosebush is bent () --Primatialis magyar/Lightning csárdás () --The ancient cattle are resting/My rose is beautyful/My white shirt/Featheres.
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