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How to compose a ballad

How to compose a ballad

Ballad - lyrical, epic, original story, presented in poetic form.

Despite the fact that there are quite a balladdifferent directions, and heroic, and historical, mythical, everyday, love and tragic character, they are all, in fact, express their feelings and emotions folklore.

That is why the genre is so popular in folk art.

instructions

1

In order to compose ballad do not need to be a poet, you should only be thinking and spiritually whole person.
Sit down and focus on the moral, spiritualthe problems that bother you, think what events in your life have, perhaps, a dramatic story, or an unexpected tragic or comic denouement. Look into his soul, perhaps you will find there love experiences, experienced sometime in the past. ... It is through such reflection and born ballad.

2

The main thing about what you feel, on this basis, define what ballad you write: heroic, love, comic, maybe some kind of fabulous and magical ballad, Inspired by Community Read lines from your favorite ballad classical poet, or ... ballad, Inspired by the events, seen somewhere in your neighborhood alley.

3

Remember the heroic act that made you or someone you know, which is still spoken and remembered, or sensational love story or soapy melodrama of everyday life ...
Try to describe these events in verses sucha way that they could sing, i.e. then shift into music. If the ideas will not come at once do not worry, most likely, they will come, when you will be "bad and sad and my heart sad, but on the street it will rain." Inspiration can come not noticeable, it was then and get a masterpiece.

4

When his work is not limited to what youYou see and remember only on their feelings and memories, actively use hyperbole, misrepresent, to focus on the main "theme" of your product. In order to "encourage" the muse, use as a background of classical music (eg, harp), and re-read the ballads that you particularly like, maybe after reading them you will cover inspiration and lines themselves "will flow" river.
Train and succeed, as long as you did what or whom to write.

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