poet-singer


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Noun1.poet-singer - a singer of folk songspoet-singer - a singer of folk songs    
singer, vocalist, vocalizer, vocaliser - a person who sings
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Now turn up the imagined rap music as you read the following page) Note: I am Lauren the poet-singer.
THIS well-constructed book, full of poetic quirks, reads as a memoir by Nouschka - the daughter of Quebec poet-singer Etienne Tremblay who left Nouschka and her twin brother, Nicolas, with his own parents after impregnating a 14-year-old fan.
66) THIS reads as a memoir by Nouschka, the daughter of Quebec poet-singer Etienne Tremblay, who left Nouschka and twin brother, Nicolas, with his own parents after impregnating a 14-year-old fan.
Thus, the festivities of Carnival, with our poet-singer as its "star," precipitate the real revolution on the island.
UNESCO said the "the lively, impromptu oral poetry known as Tsiattista is often performed to the accompaniment of violin or lute in 'jousts' in which one poet-singer attempts to outdo another with clever verses made up of rhyming couplets.
Leyser incorporates rare archival photos and interviews as well as new ones with luminaries like punk poet-singer Patti Smith (who admits to borrowing lyrics from him) and director Gus Van Sant (who cast Burroughs in Drugstore Cowboy for authenticity).
Musical events throughout the fortnight feature singer-songwriters Anthony John Clarke and Andy White, Irish fiddle player and Chicago-born guitarist Martin Hayes and Dennis Cahill, and punk poet-singer Jinx Lennon.
One of the most familiar tales is that of Orpheus, the world's leading poet-singer, and Eurydice, his bride killed by a snake on their wedding day.
His GhanaNya CD presents Anyidoho as a poet-singer whose voice alternates with that of his late mother, Abla Adidi Anyidoho, herself a poet-cantor in the Ewe oral tradition.