sentimental+song

  • 101 pop ballad — ▪ sentimental song Introduction       form of slow love song prevalent in nearly all genres of popular music. There are rock ballads, soul (soul music) ballads, country (country music) ballads, and even heavy metal ballads.       The ballad was… …

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  • 102 Levenslied — A levenslied (Dutch, lit. life song meaning song about the real life ) is a highly sentimental Dutch language sub genre of pop music. Typical levenslied lyrics are very sweet, highly sentimental and about subjects as love, misery and far, sunny… …

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  • 103 Circle Slide — Studio album by The Choir Released October 23, 1990 …

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  • 104 Bollywood songs — (often termed filmi songs) are heard far beyond the borders of India. The lines of Bollywood songs are some of the most memorized and repeated expressions in India. Yet, since Bollywood has not been considered formal literature, the lyrics of the …

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  • 105 ballad — [bal′əd] n. [ME balad < OFr ballade, dancing song < OProv ballada, (poem for a) dance < balar, to dance < LL ballare: see BALL2] 1. a romantic or sentimental song with the same melody for each stanza 2. a song or poem that tells a… …

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  • 106 Michael Martin Murphey — For other people named Michael Murphy, see Michael Murphy (disambiguation). Michael Martin Murphey Michael Martin Murphey at the Sportsman s Texaco in Lake City, Colorado, July 2, 2009 Background information …

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  • 107 Armenian Dances — The Armenian Dances is a musical piece for concert band, written by Alfred Reed (1921 ndash;2005). It is a four movement suite, of which Armenian Dances (Part I) comprises the first movement and Armenian Dances (Part II) comprises the remaining… …

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  • 108 Carousel (film) — Infobox Film name = Carousel image size = 240px director = Henry King producer = Henry Ephron writer = Ferenc Molnár (play) Oscar Hammerstein II (musical book) Phoebe Ephron (screenplay) Henry Ephron (screenplay) starring = Gordon MacRae Shirley… …

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  • 109 Musikladen — Seriendaten Originaltitel Musikladen Produktionsland Bundesrepublik Deutschland …

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  • 110 Musikladen — Genre Music Presented by Manfred Sexauer Uschi Nerke (1972 1978) Auwa (1979 1981) Christine Röthig (1984) Theme music composer Mark Wirtz Country of origin West Germany …

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  • 111 Musikladen — Anexo:Musikladen Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Musikladen fue un programa musical de la televisión alemana que se transmitió sin un horario regular entre el 13 de diciembre de 1972 y el 29 de noviembre de 1984. Producido por la emisora Radio… …

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  • 112 Anexo:Musikladen — Musikladen (en alemán: Tienda de música) fue un programa musical de la televisión alemana que se transmitió sin un horario regular entre el 13 de diciembre de 1972 y el 29 de noviembre de 1984. Producido por la emisora Radio Bremen y dirigido por …

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  • 113 Give My Regards to Broadway — is a song written by George M. Cohan for his musical play Little Johnny Jones (initiated 1904 in a Broadway theater).Cohan, playing the title character, sings this song as his friend is about to sail to America, looking for evidence aboardship… …

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  • 114 ballad — noun Etymology: Middle English balade ballade, song, from Middle French, from Old Occitan balada dance, song sung while dancing, from balar to dance, from Late Latin ballare Date: 14th century 1. a. a narrative composition in r …

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  • 115 Color Him Father — Single by The Winstons A side Color Him Father B side Amen, Brother Released 1969 ( …

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  • 116 Kingsmen Quartet — Infobox Musical artist Name = The Kingsmen Quartet Img capt = Img size = Landscape = Background = group or band Alias = Origin = Genre = Christian Years active = Label = Associated acts = URL = Current members = Past members = The Kingsmen… …

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  • 117 Mrs. Claus — sees her husband off on his journey in this 1919 postcard Mrs. Claus is the wife of Santa Claus, the Christmas gift bringer in North American Christmas tradition. While Santa Claus himself emerged from the 1820s from a number of traditions of… …

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  • 118 Julia A. Moore — she is famed chiefly for writing notoriously bad poetry. Biography Young Julia grew up on her family s Michigan farm, the eldest of four children. When she was ten, her mother became ill, and Julia assumed many of her mother s responsibilities.… …

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  • 119 Since You're Not Around — is the first song in the musical Over Here! , which opened on Broadway at the Shubert Theatre (Broadway) on March 6, 1974. It is meant to be performed as though it were being heard on the radio. It is a sentimental song in the tradition of Don t… …

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  • 120 If There Was A Place To Hide — is a song written by Nat Wolff of the Naked Brothers Band. Its first and only appearance has been on the Naked Brothers Band Movie, which came out on DVD April 3, 2007. It occurs in the movie at 43:45 and ends at 47:10 for a total time of 3:25.… …

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