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For the "Hungarian Dance No. 5", see Hungarian Dances (Brahms).

Hungarian dance is a set of Hungarian folkloric dances.

According to George Martin, a prominent folklore expert, Hungarian dances can be divided into two categories. The first layer refers to dances performed in the middle ages. The second category relates to the 18th and 19th century.

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