42Re: [Authentic_SCA] Re: Fwd: Lady Jehanne de Wodeford's greetings
- Jan 16, 2001--- Stephen Higa <mitsuo@...> wrote:
> Mucho vos lo gradesco.I forgot much of my high school Spanish, but I'd guess
that was a "thank you." In period dialect, no less?
>Bloody Saracens. Not only are they infidels but they
> Hee hee, my friend and I are always lamenting the
> lack of ANYTHING
> (ethnically accurate--not even necessarily
> period--dancing and
> costume, clothing) in the belly-dancers' circle.
keep everyone up at night with their thumping and
"Q: What is the difference between God and a dumbek
A: God doesn't THINK he's can play the dumbek."
> Well, rest assured that I do only period music.I'll be interested to hear it. Not that I can't
> Most from around my period (12th c.) and in my
> area (Spain).
appreciate a clever filk, but there are plenty of
folks already DOING that. My friend Ana does songs and
stories in Spanish and is expressive enough I can
usually get what they're about before she offers the
>Sounds like it could be fascinating. (A friend who
> Good! My dream is to put on a Mystery or Passion
> play, so we may recruit you guys for that. :) My
> other dream is to re-create a medieval Andalusian
> entertainment night with music, poetry, shadow-
> plays, dancers, etc... :)
recently decided to do a Japanese persona thinks he'd
some day like to put on a Noh play.) Anyway, I'll more
than likely stand back and observe at my first few
Western events and get a feel for the SCA culture out
there before I begin stirring up trouble, eh?
Jehanne de Wodeford, Rusted Woodlands (EAST)
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