Definition of Friskas
1. friska [n] - See also: friska
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Friskas
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Literary usage of Friskas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Life of Johannes Brahms by Florence May (1905)
"... spirited rendering of his national friskas and Czardas ; he was willing that the chance acquaintance should be improved into an alliance, and, ..."
2. Northern Travel: Summer and Winter Pictures of Sweden, Denmark, and Lapland by Bayard Taylor (1871)
"... I was taken off the sick list and put among the friskas, or healthy patients, to whom more and severer movements, in part active, are allotted. ..."
3. Program of the Ann Arbor May Festival by University of Michigan University Musical Society, University of Michigan School of Music (1920)
"... "friskas'' and "czardas.'' In 1869 the first two books of the Hungarian Dances, written for piano duet, appeared, and the popularity of these pieces ..."