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They tell of extraordinary events and peoples' tragic fates. These are lyrical, epic songs, often closely related to themes found in the ballads of other cultures.
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Ballads are found throughout Lithuania and are sung to this day. A notable characteristic of the Lithuanian ballad is the fragmentation of the plot, unexpected transitions from narrative to dialogue or from dialogue to a lyrical commentary. Dialogue carries an important function, since it energizes the action.
Wartime ballads are poetic transformations of wartime historical songs. The songs depict specific wartime events, victories and defeats in a relatively succinct manner.
Ballads, on the other hand, pay greater attention to the soldier's life and death. The most developed variants of this song are considered to be masterpieces of folk poetry. The second most popular category of wartime ballad, in terms of the number of extant variants and geographic dissemination, is the ballad about the soldier who was felled from his steed.