Re: [SCA_BARDS] Hello.
- Welcome M'lady Moira!
And all of us are bards..would be and all..can't wait to see what you have
to inspire us! This will be a grand adventure in learning and love of the
bardic arts. I have never traveled to your fair land though, have heard it
beautiful and the people fair of face!
Welcome again fair lady!
Lady Alina nic an Bhaird
- Greetings again,
I reside in the north Alabama area. I would indeed be interested in
more information on the college. While I do not write my own material
yet, I hold to the definition that you are a bard when your audience
says you are, no matter whose material you use.
Richard de Lamont
> M'lord Richard,of the realm, smacked up next to the ocean. I live in Forth Castle.
> Wher in Meridies do you hail. I live in the far Eastern reaches
I am the Dean of the Meridian Bardic College. We're not very active
right now, but we're working on it. If you would be interested in
taking or teaching classes here in Meridies, we'ld love to have you.
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> In Service to the Dream,
> Lord Uilleag O'Conmhaic
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- Welcome Richard! I, too, have noted the decline in bardic circles.
Our Shire has wonderful ones at Estrella War and we would be most
honored to have you join us. That goes for everyone on this list, as
Lady Ivory Genevieve la Rougette
Shire of Granite Mountain
Kingdom of Atenveldt
- Lady Ivory,
Thank you from Lady Alina nic an Bhaird, for the broad and welcome
invitation to Estrella war Bardic circle! I hope to make it this year and I
will do me best to find the most circles and sing at them all!
..Robert love, I hope you too will be among them. If not, then I hope our
paths cross at a different circle some night. We have grand circles here in
Meridies, at Gulf Wars, Diamond War, and many other good events here in The
Principality of Gleann Abhann.
I live forever in the service of the Dream....
Lady Alina nic an Bhaird
- Ithank ,m'lady, for you invitation. I time and funds ever permit,
I would love to come to Estrella War. I remember the time my knight,
Sir Robert Hightower, flew out to Estrella for the knighting of a
squire breother who lived out there. At the time, the squire was
developing a alternate persona for Sir Robert, St. Bobby. Sir Robert
was not amused. On the field, just before the layon, the blessings of
St. Bobby was called for and on cue, two thousand fighters dropped to
their knees leaving Sir Robert the only one standing. Sir Robert was
really not amused! His ire was for his former squire, not the good
folk of the western realms. Of couse as I was not there and recieved
this story from a ticked off knight, some facts may be skewed or
altered. Anyone who was there, feel free to correct the story.
In service to all,
Ld. Richard de Lamont
> Welcome Richard! I, too, have noted the decline in bardic circles.as
> Our Shire has wonderful ones at Estrella War and we would be most
> honored to have you join us. That goes for everyone on this list,
> Lady Ivory Genevieve la Rougette
> Shire of Granite Mountain
> Kingdom of Atenveldt
- Lord Richard,
That is a wonderful tale! I only wish I had been there to witness it.
I will hope for the good fortune of meeting you at Estrella.
- Ivory wrote:
> Lord Richard,I missed the begining of that one, so I don't know about St. Bobby. I know
> That is a wonderful tale! I only wish I had been there to witness it.
> I will hope for the good fortune of meeting you at Estrella.
the tale of Sir Bobby. In fact, I wish I could get the words to the song.
I know the music, but I know bits and pieces of it. That is another good
- Theres a song!!! Oh, god! How am I going to break this news to Sir
Robert! The story was sent Privetly, I'll check with Sir Robert to
see if he minds my posting it openly. If its the same story as you
think, I NEED the words to this song!
--- In SCA_BARDS@egroups.com, Brenna <sunnie@p...> wrote:
> Ivory wrote:
> > Lord Richard,
> > That is a wonderful tale! I only wish I had been there to
> > I will hope for the good fortune of meeting you at Estrella.
> > Ivory
> I missed the begining of that one, so I don't know about St.
Bobby. I know
> the tale of Sir Bobby. In fact, I wish I could get the words to
> I know the music, but I know bits and pieces of it. That is
- Richard Lemon wrote:
> Theres a song!!! Oh, god! How am I going to break this news to SirHe KNOWS the song...trust me! It's by Lady Bethoc and she only sings it by
> Robert! The story was sent Privetly, I'll check with Sir Robert to
> see if he minds my posting it openly. If its the same story as you
> think, I NEED the words to this song!
popular request. At first, Sir Robert shrank from it. Now, he drags people
over to hear it!
- Seeing as how I do a lot of writing, I figured it would be cool to
get into being a bard.
I'm from the West Kingdom.
So, hello. :)
Just taking a moment to welcome all the new folk who have joined us. Hail and wellmet!
As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord and Lady.
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- I used to reside at the southern end of the Kingdom of the West.
Whereabouts are you?
--- In SCA_BARDS@yahoogroups.com, "Allison" <carbon_phoenix@y...>
> Seeing as how I do a lot of writing, I figured it would be cool to
> get into being a bard.
> I'm from the West Kingdom.
> So, hello. :)