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What kind of rhythm does a ballad have?
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What is the rhyme and rhythm of a ballad?
Ballad poem is fiction, usually accompanied by background music, this is often a story that is sung. Any topics can be used in ballads - from historical to the fantastic as long as you are in verse. The rhythm is often more slow and expressive of deep emotion and therefore not the most important aspect of the ballad.
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What has the author Joseph William Hendren written?
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What is in a ballad?
a ballad is a poem which includes a story, chorus, rhythm, shape and rhyme. The definition of story is "an account of a real or imaginary event"/the plot or succession of incidents of a novel, poem, drama. In a ballad you have to have a story this includes characters and what the ballad is about. A ballad usually tells you a love story, or a story connected to love. The story will often have a moral which will teach you a message (something that can help you or is needed to know in life). In all ballads a particular repetition pattern can be used. This can be as brief as a phase or as long as a verse. This section is called a chorus. In the ballad Frankie and Johnny, at the end of each verse lies a similar sentence (a chorus): "He was her man but he done her wrong"- although this is not always the case. The rhythm is the beat or pace of the poem but in this ballad it is the amount of syllables in every line. The shape of the ballad is not the physical shape of the poem, but it is the length, and how the words and sentences are distributed in the poem also many words are in the line. I hope I helped!
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What should you contain in a ballad?
An example of a ballad poem?
A ballad is a song that tells a story, often a story about love, death, or betrayal. Ballads can be sad or humorous. They tell their stories using a steady rhythm and a simple pattern of rhymes, which make them easy to memorize. A typical ballad uses repetition, often in the form of a refrain-a phrase or a stanza that is repeated throughout the work, usually at the end of each verse.
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What is a ballad written by Henry Lawson?
Henry Lawson wrote hundreds of poems and ballads. A small selection of his ballads includes: The Ballad of the Drover The Ballad of Mabel Clare The Ballad of the Black Sheep The Ballad of the Casual Lunatic Ballad of the Cornstalk The Ballad of the Elder Son The Ballad of the Hundred and Third The Ballad of the Rouseabout
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What is 'ballad' when translated from English to Italian?