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  • Christian M. Cepel
    Speaking of which, was there ever a pdf form of the Lilies Ball music? I m really just looking for an electronic copy of the Official Bransle, which wasn t in
    Message 1 of 12 , Feb 22, 2007
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      Speaking of which, was there ever a pdf form of the Lilies Ball music?
      I'm really just looking for an electronic copy of the Official Bransle,
      which wasn't in the Crystal Ball 23 sets. I suppose I could scan it,
      but I thought I'd ask.

      Carol O'Connell wrote:
      > If musicians are there and play music. ;)
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      > I¹ll probably be tied up a lot prepping scrolls for court for large chunks
      > of time throughout the day, but I¹m hoping I can jump in and play a tune or
      > two from time to time.
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      > How about people bring the most recent Crystal Ball set? The most recent
      > Lilies Ball set wouldn¹t hurt, either.
      >
      > Conna
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      > On 2/21/07 4:53 PM, "Paul A. Byers" <mightypav@...> wrote:
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      >> Any chance of a music pit at Chieftains this weekend?
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    • Carol O'Connell
      Branle de l¹Official is available on the Steve Hendricks site: http://sca.uwaterloo.ca/Hendricks/ Conna ... [Non-text portions of this message have been
      Message 2 of 12 , Feb 23, 2007
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        Branle de l¹Official is available on the Steve Hendricks site:
        http://sca.uwaterloo.ca/Hendricks/

        Conna


        On 2/22/07 3:02 PM, "Christian M. Cepel" <christian@...> wrote:

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        > Speaking of which, was there ever a pdf form of the Lilies Ball music?
        > I'm really just looking for an electronic copy of the Official Bransle,
        > which wasn't in the Crystal Ball 23 sets. I suppose I could scan it,
        > but I thought I'd ask.
        >
        > Carol O'Connell wrote:
        >> > If musicians are there and play music. ;)
        >> >
        >> > I¹ll probably be tied up a lot prepping scrolls for court for large chunks
        >> > of time throughout the day, but I¹m hoping I can jump in and play a tune or
        >> > two from time to time.
        >> >
        >> > How about people bring the most recent Crystal Ball set? The most recent
        >> > Lilies Ball set wouldn¹t hurt, either.
        >> >
        >> > Conna
        >> >
        >> > On 2/21/07 4:53 PM, "Paul A. Byers" <mightypav@...
        >> <mailto:mightypav%40yahoo.com> > wrote:
        >> >
        >>> >> Any chance of a music pit at Chieftains this weekend?
        >>> >>
        >>> >> Pav



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      • Paul A. Byers
        I just want to thank everyone who came and played in the music pit with me this weekend at Chieftains. I counted 9 of us! Mistress Conna, you were wonderful
        Message 3 of 12 , Feb 25, 2007
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          I just want to thank everyone who came and played in the music pit with me
          this weekend at Chieftains. I counted 9 of us! Mistress Conna, you were
          wonderful as always. I hope to introduce a few of the new, to me, pieces
          we played to my local music group. I was very impressed with the two young
          lords and the beautiful lady recorder players who joined us. The little
          8-9 year old boy was a charmer! But to have his Excellency Dirge (Volkmar
          to the newer folks) join us and her Grace Acline bringing in her wonderful
          cello! (the intro to karabuska on a cello was very interesting and fun!)
          It was just a sparkling great time for an old, crippled up, fat rebec player.

          I loved the folks who would come up, dance a few steps, and bow to us and
          move on. It was a very organic and natural music pit.

          Pav
        • Christian M. Cepel
          Fine torture us. We were packing to go when the mail came on Friday and my long belated paycheck was not within. It of course came on Saturday. If we had
          Message 4 of 12 , Feb 25, 2007
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            Fine torture us.

            We were packing to go when the mail came on Friday and my long belated
            paycheck was not within. It of course came on Saturday. If we had
            been certain that it would have come on Saturday we would have come
            anyways, but if you knew how reliable my Penn univ was about getting
            checks here when they are supposed to get here, you'd understand why it
            was too much of a gamble.

            I really really wish we could have been there...... Oh the agony.

            I'm glad you guys had a good time.

            Paul A. Byers wrote:
            > I just want to thank everyone who came and played in the music pit with me
            > this weekend at Chieftains. I counted 9 of us! Mistress Conna, you were
            > wonderful as always. I hope to introduce a few of the new, to me, pieces
            > we played to my local music group. I was very impressed with the two young
            > lords and the beautiful lady recorder players who joined us. The little
            > 8-9 year old boy was a charmer! But to have his Excellency Dirge (Volkmar
            > to the newer folks) join us and her Grace Acline bringing in her wonderful
            > cello! (the intro to karabuska on a cello was very interesting and fun!)
            > It was just a sparkling great time for an old, crippled up, fat rebec player.
            >
            > I loved the folks who would come up, dance a few steps, and bow to us and
            > move on. It was a very organic and natural music pit.
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            > Pav
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            Computer Support Specialist, Sr. - University of Missouri - Columbia
            College of Education - School of Info Science & Learning Technologies
            VRCbd, KidTools & StrategyTools Support Systems Projects, and Truman,
            Library Whistlestop Project - Web Design & Programming - 573.999.2370
          • Carol O'Connell
            ... I had a terrific time! Thanks for letting me slip in and out as I needed to. Wish I could have spent the entire day there! But it was a nice and relaxed
            Message 5 of 12 , Feb 26, 2007
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              On 2/25/07 8:35 PM, "Paul A. Byers" <mightypav@...> wrote:
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              > I just want to thank everyone who came and played in the music pit with me
              > this weekend at Chieftains. I counted 9 of us! Mistress Conna, you were
              > wonderful as always. I hope to introduce a few of the new, to me, pieces
              > we played to my local music group. I was very impressed with the two young
              > lords and the beautiful lady recorder players who joined us. The little
              > 8-9 year old boy was a charmer! But to have his Excellency Dirge (Volkmar
              > to the newer folks) join us and her Grace Acline bringing in her wonderful
              > cello! (the intro to karabuska on a cello was very interesting and fun!)
              > It was just a sparkling great time for an old, crippled up, fat rebec player.
              >
              > I loved the folks who would come up, dance a few steps, and bow to us and
              > move on. It was a very organic and natural music pit.
              >
              > Pav
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              I had a terrific time! Thanks for letting me slip in and out as I needed to.
              Wish I could have spent the entire day there! But it was a nice and relaxed
              gathering, and I was glad to join in when I could.

              Your Grace Acelin, thank you for bringing your cello out‹wow it sure made us
              sound so much better! ;) Pavel, it was terrific to see you back in the
              saddle, and I love it when you can convince HE Volkmar to join in the pit!
              And Lady Emelye, thank you for making the trip from NE. I know it¹s a long
              drive, but it was terrific to have you in the pit. Ailsa, thanks for keeping
              things moving when I ducked out.

              And thanks to everyone who made our new young acquisition, Roger, feel so
              welcome. His mom told me that he had a really great time, and is looking
              forward to playing with us next time. (There¹s nothing like getting my *ss
              kicked by a 10 year old to remind me that I can never practice enough...)
              :)

              Thanks, everybody!
              Conna


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            • Rowan
              And thank you for playing from your audience too. Sitting listening to you all play allowed me to actually sit and relax and not feel guilty for not running
              Message 6 of 12 , Feb 27, 2007
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                And thank you for playing from your audience too. Sitting listening to you
                all play allowed me to actually sit and relax and not feel guilty for not
                running off to find something else to help with or do.

                Lady Rowan Houndskeeper
                Barony of Three Rivers, Calontir
                rowan@...

                "Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog, it's too
                dark to read." - Groucho Marx


                On 2/25/07 8:35 PM, "Paul A. Byers" <mightypav@...> wrote:
                >
                > I just want to thank everyone who came and played in the music pit with me
                > this weekend at Chieftains. I counted 9 of us! Mistress Conna, you were
                > wonderful as always. I hope to introduce a few of the new, to me, pieces
                > we played to my local music group. I was very impressed with the two
                young
                > lords and the beautiful lady recorder players who joined us. The little
                > 8-9 year old boy was a charmer! But to have his Excellency Dirge (Volkmar
                > to the newer folks) join us and her Grace Acline bringing in her wonderful
                > cello! (the intro to karabuska on a cello was very interesting and fun!)
                > It was just a sparkling great time for an old, crippled up, fat rebec
                player.
                >
                > I loved the folks who would come up, dance a few steps, and bow to us and
                > move on. It was a very organic and natural music pit.
                >
                > Pav
                >
                I had a terrific time! Thanks for letting me slip in and out as I needed to.
                Wish I could have spent the entire day there! But it was a nice and relaxed
                gathering, and I was glad to join in when I could.


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              • Carol O'Connell
                ... Ahem... Your Ladyship, don¹t you think you should update your sig line? ;) Congratulations! Conna [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
                Message 7 of 12 , Feb 27, 2007
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                  On 2/27/07 12:35 PM, "Rowan" <rowan@...> wrote:

                  > And thank you for playing from your audience too. Sitting listening to you
                  > all play allowed me to actually sit and relax and not feel guilty for not
                  > running off to find something else to help with or do.
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                  > Lady Rowan Houndskeeper
                  > Barony of Three Rivers, Calontir
                  > rowan@... <mailto:rowan%40french.toast.net>

                  Ahem... Your Ladyship, don¹t you think you should update your sig line? ;)

                  Congratulations!
                  Conna


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