[Bards] CWAZY idea??? (is still Re: CDs)

Esther reese_esther at yahoo.com
Sat Sep 15 22:12:27 PDT 2007

How do I get a copy of that?

Last night, we had a bardic at Steppes Populace, and Lady Susan sang, and oh MAN does she have pipes, and skill to go with the talent!!! She is anxious to learn songs of Ansteorra, though let me tell you, we did NOT turn our noses up at her Gershwin!!! Or her almost period English folk song -- yow!!! 

Anyway, I would love to get a copy of this tape for her, and for myself, who would like to learn to sing at least one song passably that wasn't first sung by Johnny Horton.


Genie Barrett <ladymaggie at justinanimator.com> wrote:   At 09:19 PM 9/15/2007, you wrote:
 Good idea! I think something similar has been bashed around before, but can't remember...?

 And I want to add Wicked Tinkers, for listening. I'm trying to put together a list of CDs for listening, and also for getting singers material to listen to for the whole spectrum of bardic.

 I think An Tir put a CD together a while ago, does anyone know about that?

 I really need to pull my socks up, and drag out that Google search I did.... Isn't there something out there called the SCA Bardic Sampler that has some crackerjack stuff on it?

 Esther... er, Emma, I think, maybe?

 And then there is Baroness Maggie's (I don't think she is playing any more) personal recordings, I have a copy, of the Ansteorran Newcomer's Handbook.

 On tape, no less, and rather scratchy, buy good to learn a song or fifty.

 Who did not know about the other one when she started playing. GRIN
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