balladist

Related to balladist: balladry

bal·lad·ist

 (băl′ə-dĭst′)
n.
A singer or composer of ballads.

balladist

(ˈbælədɪst)
n
(Music, other) someone who composes or performs ballads

bal•lad•ist

(ˈbæl ə dɪst)

n.
a writer or singer of ballads.
[1855–60]
References in classic literature ?
Alfred Noyes (born 1880) is a refreshingly true lyric poet and balladist, and Mr.
In the 14th-century poetic classic "Divine Comedy," Italian balladist, literary theorist, moral philosopher and political thinker Dante Alighieri chronicles his 24hour journey through Hell, led by the Roman bardVirgil.
The balladist is not looking at the Nasrid capital from a distance [.
But oral transmission can also involve formulaic loss: formulas were of use to the weary or lazy popular writer as well, and our balladist used one, "upon the gallows tree" in this same stanza, which the oral tradition does not retain.
returned to Egypt and turned from a court bard to a versatile balladist.
11) Margaret Carnegie & Frank Shields, In search of Breaker Morant: balladist and bushveldt carbineer (Armadale, Vic.
Last year Eller, a riveting balladist, opened for the Rolling Stones in Rio, This Brazilian recording artist to her name.
preacher, pawnbroker, professional writer of love letters, balladist, peddler.
As a bush balladist, horse lover and nascent nationalist he was perfectly placed to describe the part his countrymen played as mounted riflemen in a wild colonial war.
She exhibits him, too, in his roles of prolific journalist and humorous poet, Bab the balladist.
Could working-class balladists be recognized as exemplars of modern civilization?
The bush balladists have been rather neglected by Margin in the past.