40Re: Fwd: Lady Jehanne de Wodeford's greetings
- Jan 16, 2001
> Ah, a lady of my acquaintance also hails from alMucho vos lo gradesco.
> Andaluz. Dona Ana Ravaya de Guzman is a talented
> singer and poet. I expect to see her this weekend at
> East Kingdom Twelfth Night and will mention this venue
> to her as I'm sure from her work she will be
> I prefer troubadour or minstrel, which are closer toHee hee, my friend and I are always lamenting the lack of ANYTHING
> what I do. Don't get me started on drunken louts who
> do SCA karaoke or the Dumbekistan Drum and Drum Corps.
(ethnically accurate--not even necessarily period--dancing and
costume, clothing) in the belly-dancers' circle.
> We'll see. I will be as a stranger in a strange land.Well, rest assured that I do only period music. Most from around my
> Surely there is someone in the cradle of SCA
> civilization who does period music.
period (12th c.) and in my area (Spain).
> Nonetheless, I amGood! My dream is to put on a Mystery or Passion play, so we may
> frantically copying sheet music before I leave. If
> Golden Rivers doesn't yet have a choir I may have to
> start one.
recruit you guys for that. :) My other dream is to re-create a
medieval Andalusian entertainment night with music, poetry,
shadow-plays, dancers, etc... :)
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