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Re: [RoyalGuildofDefense] So Far

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  • Sean Kiernan
    Kevin,   Let me know if you help with the Fabris prep. I won t be able to make to A&S   Niccolo Sean Kiernan Marketing Representative Northern Nevada Title
    Message 1 of 5 , Sep 30, 2008
      Kevin,
       
      Let me know if you help with the Fabris prep. I won't be able to make to A&S
       
      Niccolo

      Sean Kiernan
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      Northern Nevada Title Company
      775.530.6682
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      --- On Tue, 9/30/08, Kevin Murakoshi <kevin.murakoshi@...> wrote:
      From: Kevin Murakoshi <kevin.murakoshi@...>
      Subject: Re: [RoyalGuildofDefense] So Far
      To: RoyalGuildofDefense@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Tuesday, September 30, 2008, 12:38 PM

      Hi guys,

      I don't have a car right now, so I wasn't planning on making crown. If I
      could find a way out there, I might consider coming. There is SJSU this
      weekend, so can't commit right now, i would need to check with my
      rideshare down there.

      If needed, i can teach historical classes in introductory capoferro or
      swetnam (from my head), destreza (with puck's notes), and fabris (with
      some prep). I could also probably demonstrate those three styles if
      steffan wants.

      I've also got a copy of _Three Elizabethan Fencing Manuals_ that I could
      lend someone, and could print out some of the other manuals if people want.

      Again, i'm not sure that I will be able to make it, but if you guys need
      help...

      --Kevin

      David Coblentz wrote:
      >
      >
      > Hi Brigit
      > I can bring a couple of books to display. I've got a copy of Fabris I
      > can bring, and also Castle's Schools and Masters of fence, and Gaugler's
      > History of Fencing which both give a nice overview of many of the
      > masters in our time period. If Staffan doesn't mind, I can bring his
      > copy of the Sloane manuscript on the London Masters which I am currently
      > borrowing.
      >
      > David
      >
      > On Tue, Sep 30, 2008 at 11:49 AM, Brigit <brigitgoddess1@ yahoo.com
      > <mailto:brigitgoddess1@ yahoo.com>> wrote:
      >
      > I have David who has volunteered to do BOTH Fencing 101 and his Sword
      > and Dagger Class. He's also agreed to sit the table a bit.
      >
      > Staffan is trying to round some folks up to do Historical Fencing
      > demos at the eric behind the A&S pavilion.
      >
      > I FOUND the Guild banner that Ximon made for our 12th Night table
      > (underneath a rather large pile of tapestries and flags). He also is
      > sending the Deserta (spelling) thingy he made for display (right? who
      > is bringing it for you?) We're getting the War banner shipped down
      > from Oertha (no--not period I know--but way, way cool to display). I
      > have a Swetam and a Capo Ferro manual to display, as well as my
      > (unadorned) Guild Journeyman's sash. I have a few copies of the "What
      > is the Guild of Defense" handout that Ximon wrote up as well.
      >
      > How about it folks? What else? With all this discussion about a
      > peerage that might include rapier (along with other combat arts) I
      > think we need to really roll out the research and periodicity of our
      > arte--and this is a great way to let folks see it. Let's show them
      > that the Guild of Fence is there not just promoting fencing--but
      > promoting PERIOD style and research--both excellent combat and
      > excellent study.
      >
      > Also a great way to draw some of our newbie fighters into the Guild as
      > well. Let's show them there are more options than just the WKWS for
      > advancement and learning.
      >
      > Brigit
      >
      >
      >
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