[Bards] Performing in court
Katherine of Scarborough
katofscarborough at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 22 17:26:03 PST 2007
Your Excellency, please never apologize for giving me
an opportunity to serve in the best way I know how.
It is always an honor.
To all--I am so very grateful for the existence of
this list, and for the many good and knowledgable folk
who inhabit it. Thank you for your various words of
wisdom, which have given me much to think upon.
Every chance to perform is a chance to grow, that's
certain. I know I've grown by leaps and bounds since
I arrived here, and that moment Her Excellency speaks
of is something I never even came close to
experiencing until now.
I don't think there's any better kingdom in the world
than Ansteorra for a bard to "grow up" in. Thank you
Catrin ferch Maelgwn
--- muriel at entelesoft.com wrote:
> I do apologize for throwing you to the wolves at
> Axeman, Catrin. Since I
> wasn't there to hear what exactly they did to you, I
> hope it wasn't too
> aweful. I have heard how they entertained
> themselves. :)
> Many of you who answered Catrin are well known in
> the Kingdom as bards. You
> have both reputation and an air of, um, something,
> which aids you in getting
> the crowd's attention. I imagine this crowd saw
> Catrin as "Swan's lady,
> she's one of us" instead of "Skald of Skorragardr,
> able to hold her own with
> present and former Bards of Ansteorra, who made HL
> Elanor cry at Eisteddfod"
> A prophet in his own town, etc.
> Do any of you remember when you went from being, "I
> didn't know he was a
> bard" to "oh cool, he's going to perform!"?
> Baroness of Namron
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