[Bards] Information for Newcomer

Beth Wolff colinsrose at hotmail.com
Thu Jul 12 15:07:46 PDT 2001

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Welcome to our Kingdom, my Lady!

It sounds like several of my fellow bards have already answered your question
most succintly. I would like to extend my hand in greeting and say that I hope
to have the pleasure of meeting you in person at a fire or circle soon.(image)
We are alwys happy to have a new bard in our midst. So bring out your
songbooks and your own works and join us when you may, so that we may exchange
greetings and make you a place in our circle.
In most ernest welcome I remain,
Lady Elanor O'Ruark(image)

>From: Denise
>Reply-To: bards at ansteorra.org
>Subject: [Bards] Information for Newcomer
>Date: Tue, 10 Jul 2001 16:29:22 -0600 (MDT)
>I have recently moved to the Barony of Brynn Gwlad from the North Eastern
>reaches of An Tir. As my songbooks slowly emerge from the riot of boxes
>strew about the apartment, I begin to wonder what kind of music is typical
>Back home in An Tir we often would reference a book called the Elf Hill
>Times Songbook, or would look for old folk songs (or old-sounding folk
>songs). There was some effort to document music, but not much of what was
>typically performed could actually be dated to period.
>Can anyone offer suggestions on what type of music is most appreciated
>here? I realise that this may be difficult in this medium, but any
>assistance would be appreciated.
>Thank you,
>Bards mailing list
>Bards at ansteorra.org

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