Asked by: Diosinda Mcauleyasked in category: General Last Updated: 25th February, 2020
What is a street minstrel?
People also ask, what does a minstrel do?
A minstrel was a servant first employed as a travelling entertainer and then as a castle or court musician or Medieval Bard. The name 'minstrel' means a "little servant".
Also, why are they called minstrels? In line with Mars' re-branding, Minstrels were brought under the Galaxy brand and are now sold as "Galaxy Minstrels", referring to the use of Galaxy chocolate in them.
Similarly one may ask, what is a wandering minstrel?
A “wandering minstrel” is a singer who wanders from house to house for pay. Minstrel shows were traveling variety shows in 19th century America, considered offensive now because performers often wore "blackface" makeup and performed ugly racial stereotypes.
What is the difference between a bard and a minstrel?
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