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Jeno Hubay(?? ???), Bolero Op.51 No.3(??? ?? 51 3?)



The melody of Hejre Katie is credited to Janos Bihari, a legendary 18th century Hungarian Gypsy violinist. Hubay incorporated it into the style of a traditional Hungarian folk dance called a Csardas.
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