In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- The balladeer's 1999 announcement that he would never tour again because of heart problems was premature, as last year's album Live at Vicar Street proved.
- Their music is recognised worldwide and their talent as balladeers is limitless.
- And it's also the birthplace of Banjo Paterson - a balladeer with a romantic inclination when it came to immortalising the bush and its inhabitants.
- Other musical events will include crossroads dancing and a concert by the very popular balladeers Celtic Clan.
- It contrasts Cash, frail and grey, with Cash the gunslinger, the prison poet, the railroad balladeer.
- Stoll is a supple balladeer whose raw vocal wanderings set against harmonic guitar-strummings make great theme music for your introspective mood.
- The balladeer, who connects and comments on the show's segments, ‘is the only voice of reason to the eyes of the audience.’
- To remedy that, and give one last nod to summer, here's one of Gershwin's most famous songs, recorded by crooners and rockers, rappers and balladeers: Summertime.
- But right now he needs to decide whether he wants to be a balladeer or a singing anatomist.
- Folky guitar strummers, pop balladeers and jazz groups still prefer quiet, seated audiences.
- It is something that the balladeer likes to refer to as his ‘music-documentary.’
- Kind of, but I've become more sensitive to the balladeers, really.
- Songdog's delivery of music and lyric is reminiscent of the old-school '70s singer/songwriter balladeers such as Nick Drake, Jim Croce and at times, Tom Waits.
- Crooners, balladeers, torch singers - they are all here on this triple CD.
- I despised my father's groaning old balladeers.
- Why do these ethnic parades, whatever the group, rarely shine a spotlight on the poet and balladeers and others who give a people its definition?
- The self titled album contained a selection of twelve songs which eschewed the power and fury of traditional Irish balladeers for a more gentle, haunting and delicate style.
- From chamber choirs to traditional balladeers, Newfoundland musicians are confidently rooted in local culture
- The magazine is also where he found his peculiar romantic voice, bittersweet and darkly amusing, like a balladeer serenading a wall.
- Even Homer, the balladeer, was a Turk, living most of his life in Izmir (Smyrna).
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