Re: Atlantian Bards? Help me please...
- Here is a great yahoogroup for the middle eastern stuff- also, check out www.dorku.com for simplified practice mp3s of songs (download for a dollar or something)and- SHEET MUSIC- find someone to practice with -it'll come back.. "Melvana" is 14th century Turkish I've heard, and on dorku.I'm more of a storyteller and dancer, but I'll post it to the SCA bards group too- there are lots of bardic groups on yahoogroups- they are a way to reach many bards at once- and someone is bound to help!BARDS- reply to the Lady, as she is NOT on these groups!lady_blueshift@...On Jan 31, 2008, at 9:05 AM, Julie wrote:My name is Jehannette de Lille, and I am a denizen of the Kingdom ofTrimaris. I am on an eternal search for help and sources for medievalmusic.Here in Trimaris, we have very large bardic circles, but they lovetheir filking, and I crave something else.I am especially interested in 14th c French, and Persian/middle easternof whatever era vocal styles. I'll take any help in any style you canoffer. I can also play flute, oboe, recorder, penny whistle, and amlearning doumbek. I'd love any resources for those things also.I have not been a serious musician or singer in quite some time, andhave thus lost the ability to sight-read (although I can still readmusic). So I am looking for recordings that I could listen to so thatI could perform the music, in lieu of or in addition to sheet music.Thanks!Jehannette
- Years ago when I left Atlantia in 1986, there was a song making the rounds called "Atlantian Blood Song." I was wondering if anyone could provide me with a copy of the song.
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