Translation of ballad in Spanish:


romance, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbæləd/ /ˈbaləd/


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    (narrative poem, song)
    romance masculine
    • Despite a hugely prolific career, Cole is now best known for a handful of over-played sentimental ballads.
    • A slow, romantic ballad drifted into the air and the crowd turned to look at them.
    • He has recorded everything from the most romantic ballads to movie theme songs, disco, rock and even gospel.
    • Dynamically, this album has its slow ballad songs and its loud ones.
    • Mournful, quietly ecstatic ballads alternate with more riff based, rhythmically insistent workouts.
    • He ranges from melancholy thoughts on life to romantic ballads to blues to rocking tunes.
    • Those soft romantic ballads of yours rock, and they are my style exactly!
    • Hearts melted and spirits ignited as some couples took to the front of the stage, dancing to these romantic ballads.
    • From outside Amanda could hear the sound of the romantic ballads playing as she climbed out of the car.
    • Crooning romantic ballads and keeping the beat with faster numbers, he made his mark with his debut album.
    • They perform a range of covers ranging from fast paced pop and r'n'b to tender ballads and slow airs.
    • Just as before it was followed by a slower ballad and Rebecca found herself again gently rocking in his arms.
    • The man continues to smile, and she rests her head on his shoulder as they continue to dance to a slow ballad.
    • Most songs are retiring ballads, the kind pulled out at the end of the night to send fans out the door in each other's arms.
    • One of the stand-out tracks is in fact a ballad, a love song.
    • The record has a variety of tunes, from lightly gritty rock to melodic pop to romantic power ballads.
    • Nightfall is an album of deeply introspective ballads.
    • Both bands have the ability to write heart melting ballads and also manage to write gritty anthems packed full of aggression.
    • There are a few that have vocal hooks, some get awesomely chaotic and some are forlorn ballads.
    • There are sappy ballads aplenty, but this need not turn you off this Toronto-based quartet.
    • Accentual verse has continued to flourish, however, in a wide range of popular songs, hymns, ballads, and nursery rhymes.
    • He cherished some lovely old books containing the folk songs and traditional ballads of our land.
    • With a traditional ballad you may notice the rhyme scheme or alliteration.
    • He first emerged in the 1960s to give a new voice to the traditional ballad and to a generation's call for social and political change.
    • A man of no airs nor graces, he also liked traditional music and ballads and the old songs of our land.
    • There are a number of English and American folk ballads which narrate stories from the grave, aren't there?
    • It adapted itself to the current fashions for folksong style, the ballad, and finally ragtime and jazz idioms.
    • Assigning tunes and tune variants to specific poems and ballads was not uncommon during the seventeenth century.
    • This massive influx of new settlers brought with them many of their own traditions, stories and ballads.
    • Sitting on a low stool and cradling his beloved guitar he sang in a rich baritone a mixture of haunting ballads and cheery folk songs.
    • Contestants performed a variety of music from Thai pop songs to old folk songs or ballads from Isaan.
    • Their roots were firmly in the ballads and traditional music in the early days.
    • She also brought out her banjo and sang some sea shanties and murder ballads, accompanied by her guitarist Skippy.
    • Last night, for example, the audience spanned all ages, and all were familiar with the ballads, torch songs and comic ensemble pieces.
    • She loved ceilidh music all her life and was very fond of traditional music and ballad songs.
    • They are sure to captivate you with their vast collection of Irish ballads and folk songs.
    • His ambition is to follow in Slim's footsteps singing and playing traditional Australian bush ballads.
    • Then he argues that stories, ballads, and legends are not things of the past.
    • It is the hour spoken of most often in fairy tales and ballads and song, where almost anything is possible.
    • Needless to say, the music that Brahms set to this ballad is very dark.
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    (sentimental song)
    balada feminine