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From French ballade

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Singular
Ballade

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Ballades

Ballade (plural Ballades)
  1. (music) Any of various genres of single-movement musical pieces having lyrical and narrative elements
    • 1915, Richard Le Gallienne, Vanishing Roads and Other Essays[1]:
      "Dead and gone!" as Andrew Lang re-echoes in a sweetly mournful balladePatrono:...</span>
    • 2007 December 30, Anthony Tommasini, “A Patience to Listen, Alive and Well”, New York Times:
      Even a 10-minute Chopin ballade for piano, let alone Messiaen’s 75-minute “Turangalila Symphony,” tries to grapple with, activate and organize a relatively substantial span of time.</span>

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