[Bards] Running Title Bardic Competition
marie.adams at visionoflove.net
Tue Jul 8 12:01:30 PDT 2003
I liked the Rundel competition format too; Rundel was my second bardic
competition ever, so when I heard the format, I thought it would be really
hard, but it turned out not to be! It makes the competition more
interesting; even though I love bardic and would keep competing if it was
always in the same format, it's very nice to have variety. I also hope we
do something like this in the future.
On Mon, 7 Jul 2003 Anawyn at aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 7/7/2003 1:43:24 PM Central Daylight Time,
> DHerndon at bswintl.com writes:
> > When I was the bard of the Canton of Rundel (several years back before
> > it got dissolved), I tied the group's name into the format. Each
> > competitor came to an early morning meeting (NOT that early) and drew
> > three Norse runes from a bag. Competitors needed to present three
> > pieces in any format (including instrumental) of their choosing. If the
> > competitor, could perform a piece which related to the meaning of each
> > of the runes they drew then they got extra consideration from the judge.
> > If they performed in different formats (stories, poems, dance, etc.),
> > then they got extra consideration.
> That was just a bonnie idea too, and I think we should do that again
> sometime! It was fresh and original, and yes, we did learn something at the same time!
> I really enjoyed those competitions! Keep that one in mind, folks!
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