Ballads [noun]

Definition of Ballads:

narrative song

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Sentence/Example of Ballads:

Then she started driving for the pleasure of it, humming along to power ballads on Christian radio and chatting on the phone with friends.

Because the ballad is so simple and elegant, we can see exactly what elements are important to the story at this early stage.

Gender roles here are not exactly as porous as they are in the original ballad.

I asked him to tell me how he produced a certain effect he makes in his arrangement of the ballad in Wagner's Flying Dutchman.

One day her mother heard her singing a popular nautical ballad, on the devotion of a sailor's bride to her betrothed.

Mirèio contains one ballad and two lyrics in a measure differing from that of the rest of the poem.

The Scotch ballad is the spontaneous production of the touching and simple genius of the nation.

The same Ballad contains other imitations of Chaucer's language.

This Second Ballad gives us Fortune's response to the defiance of the complainant.

For remarks upon Scogan's quotation of this Ballad in full, see the Introduction.