As in most of the dumky written by Dvorak, there are bright, fast sections that intersperse with the minor mode sections. This dumka begins with a thoughtful, tuneful, strolling melody in E minor, but which ends with a G major fillip. The fillip leads to a quick dance that sounds as if a dancing troupe or acrobats have suddenly appeared in the village, complete with their own band. It is somewhat reminiscent of Offenbach's Can-Can.
Then the thoughtful melody is back, with slight variations, as is typical of the folk tradition. The ending fillip is taken up by the band, sped up, and twisted back into their quick dance of before. This alternating of the two melodies occurs once more, before the first melody finally imposes, with a coda comprised of the little fillip being repeated in various instruments as the piece drifts off.
Opposite motion of the lines among orchestra voices are heard throughout the work. Smooth legato melodies are accompanied by shorter, faster figures.
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