Troubadour in a Sentence  πŸ”Š

Definition of Troubadour

a traveling or local musician/poet that sings of folk legends and history

Examples of Troubadour in a sentence

In Medieval times, royalty often hired a court troubadour to sing their praises in the form of love ballads and bawdy drinking songs. πŸ”Š

In New Orleans, a troubadour strums his guitar in the cemetery as he sings of unrequited love and ghastly ghost stories. πŸ”Š

The troubadour traveled from city to city collecting folktales to sing for hungry patrons. πŸ”Š

In some cultures, the troubadour is seen as a clumsy comedian with a guitar and in others he's praised as a musical historian. πŸ”Š

The children gathered around the town troubadour to here their favorite songs about star crossed lovers of their city's past. πŸ”Š

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