6445Re: [SCA_BARDS] Etiquette
- Nov 22, 2006Jess-A bit dated from your original message, but feel free to perform any of my works so long as credit is given.-Rathflaed_________________________Rathflaed DuNoirThe Black Bard of Meridies, MSoB----- Original Message -----From: JessSent: Wednesday, May 03, 2006 6:16 AMSubject: [SCA_BARDS] EtiquetteMy name's Jessica, and I'm fairly new to the SCA (no persona yet). I
have a question about etiquette. As a newbie just trying to spread
my little bardic wings, I'm hearing a lot of pieces from others and
on-line that I would like to learn. If it is another's original
work, is this OK? In general do bards see it as an honor someone
wants to perform their work, or an insult that they are trying to
steal their "stuff".
The obvious answer, I know, is to ask permission and give credit
where due. But I was curious what the general thought is about
someone performing your work.
Also if I find or hear a random piece, and am unsure of who it cam
from, is it OK to perform with a credit disclaimer at the beginning
or, should I steer clear?
How does all of this come to play with a competition?
Thanks for you help!
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