A Ballad is a narrative poem adapted for recitation or singing, especially one with of a sentimental feeling, or a slow romantic song.
Henry Lawson wrote hundreds of poems and ballads. A small selection of his ballads includes:The Ballad of the DroverThe Ballad of Mabel ClareThe Ballad of the Black SheepThe Ballad of the Casual LunaticBallad of the CornstalkThe Ballad of the Elder SonThe Ballad of the Hundred and ThirdThe Ballad of the Rouseabout
Ballad of Edwards maybe
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Folk ballad, Literary ballad and broadside ballad
"Ballad" in English is ballata in Italian.
The ballad originated from Germany. =]
the ryme sceme
Yes, Lochinvar is a ballad.
ballad is used for foolishness
The ballad was very soothing, and the singers were great; they ended the ballad with beautiful smiles.
The walrus said to the carpenter, "This is a ballad, carpenter, dear." That's how it is a ballad.
There are 3 main ballads .. Folk ballad, Literary ballad and broadside ballad
a ballad does not have to rhyme, it could though.
A ballad is a poem!!!
Ballad has two syllables.
Yes. The "I" of the ballad is not the singer.
Summary of ballad of the tempest
a ballad poem is about something that's sad.
The Ballad of the Fallen was created in 1983.
The Ballad of Ulans happened in 2012.
The Ballad of Ulans was created in 2012.
Ballad of Kurbin was created in 1990.
Ballad of Siberia was created in 1947.
the ballad was rewritten by Conor Barnard