[Bards] What's your Favorite Piece?
antigonus at lycos.com
Fri Jun 6 22:19:09 PDT 2003
--------- Original Message ---------
DATE: Fri, 6 Jun 2003 05:18:07
From: TheSpatlord at aol.com
To: bards at ansteorra.org
>In a message dated 6/5/03 11:48:42 PM Central Daylight Time,
>Fitzmorgan at aol.com writes:
> I've only heard about half of those you listed. I have been to two
> events this month where we fell into performing "The Old Stuff". Some songs
> hadn't heard in a decade and some songs I had never heard. I keep thinking
> should pick a Central event and spend a day just teaching one another some of
> the old songs that are seldom heard anymore.
> You heard him, ladies and lords, a bardic forum. A place to learn and
>record and trade pieces with no competition whatsoever, preferably in the Central
>We could bring refreshments and written copies of our works, the old
>classics, whatever, and exchange them.
>I vote Steppes 12th Night. It could go on all day, giving performers time to
>do other things, visit, attend to business, whatever. Hopefully, we could find
>a sideroom or an area out of the way of the main hall for this.
>This doesn't have to be anything formal and should certainly not interfere
>with the autocrats activities.
> Is this a ridiculous idea, is it possible, or is it genius? No matter, it's
>all Robert's fault!
>Robert did it!
>::runs away, pointing::
Hey, guys --
Finnacan, that's really funny. :)
[Please note: the following paragraph is to be read with tounge firmly planted in cheek. ;) ]
But anyway -- did somebody say 12th Night? If I remember correctly, there's been a healthy dose of things bardic going on there the past couple of years. I'm pretty sure of SOMETHING that happened the past couple years, at least. (grin)
I like the idea, Finnacan, but Edstedfodd [I doubt I got the spelling right, but all this Welsh is GREEK to me -- um, maybe I mis-spoke. ;) ] seems to have taken up residence at Steppes 12th night the past few years. I have no idea what Pendarin intends to do with it, but the event is so centrally located, and draws enough people that the competition does well there, I think. But, I love the idea of exchange immensely. I just don't want to have to make the choice of watching the competition or hanging w/ the other bards and exchanging stuff.
Just a thought --
(Yes I do have them from time to time)
PS -- Wow, I haven't seen the bard's list THIS hopping in ages.
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