[Ansteorra] Can someone confirm/deny for me?
ysabeau.lists at gmail.com
Wed Aug 18 12:26:47 PDT 2010
I have heard it sung several times and love the song. Each time, it was
slightly different but just as moving. It has been years since I have heard
it sung and didn't know about the request to not write it down.
I personally don't think singing should be relegated to the camp fire or the
bardic competitions. Sing while preparing feast, sing while setting up
camp...you will make other people smile and make the job more pleasant. I
wish I had a better memory for songs and a better voice for singing, but I
truly enjoy singing along with Sir Kenneth, Mistress, Adelaide, and many
others when driving in my car.
One of my favorite SCA memories was at a Bjornsborg event when we were
breaking our camp down. A wonderful lady who's name escapes me at the moment
(I hate that! I can picture her face and it is on the tip of my tongue!) sat
down and sang for us while we broke down camp. I think it was the last event
at the White Water site so it was kind of bittersweet and she made it a
Just my random thoughts while I avoid working,
Ysabeau of Prague
On Wed, Aug 18, 2010 at 12:58 PM, Genie Barrett <maggegene at gmail.com> wrote:
> I learned this a long time ago, long before I moved to this kingdom, and
> has come to me through the oral tradition. I would willingly pass it on to
> anyone who asks. Simply find me and we'll set up a time/times so that you
> can know it as well as you wish.
> Magge MacPherson
> On Wed, Aug 18, 2010 at 11:46 AM, SoldierGrrrl <soldier.grrrl at gmail.com
> > Also, I would love to learn it, but have never actually heard it.
> > Having it written down would at least allow me to teach it to myself,
> > or have my Godmother help me learn it.
> > Helene Dalassene
> > Hellsgate
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