[Bards] Kingdom Eisteddfod
Catrin ferch Maelgwn
ladycatrin at gmail.com
Sun Nov 8 21:40:01 PST 2009
A question has been raised regarding just how much documentation I'm asking
for. The answer is: not much. You should be fine with a single page with
some basic information - what it is you're performing, when and where in
period the piece (or style) occurred, a little about how it came about, and
whether there are any major differences or non-period elements in your own
performance/composition. You may include a short bibliography if you wish.
Please do not let the presence of this requirement discourage or scare you
away from competing. I want to see that you are able to perform work that
is documentable to our period of study, and that you have some knowledge of
what you're performing--but I am not expecting a research paper. You are
required to show that one of your pieces is period; however, you will be
judged on your performance of your chosen material, not on your
I hope that helps!
On Sun, Nov 8, 2009 at 6:26 PM, Catrin ferch Maelgwn
<ladycatrin at gmail.com>wrote:
> In addition to the criteria below, please be aware that, in order to
> win, at least *one* of your pieces must be a period or period-style
> piece, accompanied by documentation. In which round you choose to
> fulfill this requirement is up to you, but please have your
> documentation ready and let me know at the time of your performance.
> If you need assistance with documentation, there are some very helpful
> articles here: http://laurel.ansteorra.org/ under the heading
> "writing documentation." If you have any questions, do not hesitate
> to contact me.
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