minstrel


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Synonyms for minstrel

Synonyms for minstrel

celebrate by singing, in the style of minstrels

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The title of the collection, The Chants of a Minstrel, clearly anticipates the omnipresence of indigenous performance strategies in the poetry.
Royal Minstrel was a distant second, just in front of favourite Book Law, the filly who had won the St Leger the previous year.
Court Minstrel has a good record at Aintree's Grand National meeting, He was a good fourth to The New One in a Grade Two T bumper in 2012 and won a handicap hurdle at Aintree last April.
Minstrel Lad's last start over course and distance in December was also interesting as he again suffered a troubled passage to finish an unlucKy third.
Act Two uses minstrel shows to confront current racial prejudices-in one now notorious segment, audience members and Byrd read audience-submitted racial jokes aloud.
Williams was pleased with his performance, however, and feels Court Minstrel would have finished much closer on better ground.
Lucy Turner, acting sales manager for Barratt West Midlands, said: "We've chosen our Bromwich style two-bedroom property as a show apartment because it showcases all the great features our apartments here at Minstrel Park have.
The minstrel show began in an environment that was struggling to
No longer just a racecourse venue, the Border Minstrel is now becoming a destination eating place that's as perfect for business lunches as it is for a cosy family get together, and despite its move into the gastropub market, it still represents great value for money.
Robert Archibald Smith's The Scotish Minstrel and his subsequent The Irish Minstrel bridge the chronological gap between the late-eighteenth- and very early-nineteenth-century collections by the likes of George Thomson or James Johnson (to take opposite extremes) and later Victorian collections.
Minstrels and minstrel shows have cast long shadows on the racial imagination in Britain, as in America, and their traces have often gone unrecognised (Pickering suggests two fascinating literary examples: Tom Gradgrind's 'black servant' circus act in Hard Times and Eugene Stratton, 'The Idol of the Halls', appearing on a hoarding in Ulysses).
The romantics point to examples like Taillefer, the minstrel who supposedly led the Normans into the Battle of Hastings by reciting portions of the Chanson Roland.
He later helps two minstrels whose own show has flopped.
Cat is furious about her mother's remarriage and runs away to find her birth father, who has been a wandering minstrel since Cat was born.