Notes

"I think that many people know this song but only a very few know where Marosszék is exactly. I suppose that the meaning of 'csárdás' is something to teach the younger people. For me 'csárdás' is a traditional folk dance. It's a noun. Nevertheless, it's used here as an adjective 'csárdás'. So the word refers to someone who can do and who does this type of dance. Others say that the adjective comes from another noun, 'csárda' that used to mean 'pub'. So it can refer to a the owner of a place, and in this context, a female owner." -Tinker Jack

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Thanks and Acknowledgements

Many thanks to Tinker Jack for sharing this song, the translation into English and French and the interesting note.