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"The grotesque abominations of the old Phallic worship had a basis of clean and wholesome truth, but as the obscene rites of that worship desecrated the principle that inspired them, so do the pranks of the "divine waltz" libel the impulse that stirs its wriggling devotees." --The Dance of Death

Der Waltzer (1969) by Alfred Schnittke

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  1. a ballroom dance in 3/4 time
  2. a piece of music for this dance (or in triple time)
  3. a simple task

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