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  • How about a song from the time and place of the honoree's persona? Would be easy or hard depending on what that is. 13th-century French--easy! Mongol--hard! Or maybe their barony or shire has a marching song or an anthem? Do they belong to a household? Does it have a singing tradition? Hope this goes well--I love song in court...
    Ursula Mortimer Sep 30, 2013
  • ...tape. Remember, somebody's worse off than you. Please help this message travel, and thank you for anything you can give. Respects, Ursula Mortimer
    ursula_mortimer Nov 4, 2012
  • You might also try contacting Mistress Eliane of Northshield (Jennifer Friedman). She is very knowledgable about period Sephardic music. I don't know her adress but somebody here must.
    Ursula Mortimer Jul 5, 2012
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  • On 27.06.2012 15:30, Kate Braithwaite wrote: > I may well have imagined (or dreamed) it but I seem to recall seeing > something through my inbox that said there would be a bardic poetry > competition at Pennsic this year. ... Known World Poetry Contest: http://www.pennsicwar.org/penn41/GENERAL/KWPoetry.html
    Ursula Mortimer Jun 27, 2012
  • Here's the info you've been waiting for! http://www.no-gorsedd.com/roundhouse/ New details about classes and activities, plus all you need to know about pricing, meals (included!), and location. How much would YOU pay for all this? BUT WAIT--THERE'S MORE! Nightly bardic fire circles! Free camping! The Barony of the Cleftlands, the Marche of Alderford and Gorsedd all hope you will...
    ursula.widow Jun 5, 2012
  • On 17.05.2012 12:46, Kate Braithwaite wrote: > You are AWESOME (I think I'm in love)!! He's got a wife. She's got a sword. ;-)
    Ursula Mortimer May 17, 2012
  • On 10.05.2012 15:39, Laura Munn wrote: > Wow, I suddenly feel like it would be prudent, in our own special > way, for > everyone to post a picture of what they wear when they are barding > and > describe your persona a bit. I'm a 15th-century English country lady and I dress like one. Laced gown and coif or veil for everyday, houppelande and hennin for court.
    Ursula Mortimer May 10, 2012
  • If you are going to be performing outdoors in summer, you want LINEN. Garb the World makes most things out of cotton. You will be a thousand percent more comfortable in pure linen than in anything else. And it looks better. Since you are talking about one outfit per person, spend the extra money and get LINEN.
    ursula.widow May 10, 2012
  • On 08.05.2012 11:11, Richard Bohlman wrote: > That my friend is what I'm not sure of as of this date. > > I was hoping to find some vendors and look through their wares. Ah. In that case, I recommend Historic Enterprises and Revival Clothing.
    Ursula Mortimer May 8, 2012
  • On 08.05.2012 08:05, richard.bohlman@^$1 wrote: > I want to put together a medieval style Bards garb and I'm looking > for vendor suggestions. What date, period and location do you want your bards to be from? What level of quality and historical accuracy do you want the garb to have? There are many people selling such things, but style, quality and price vary widely, so it would...
    Ursula Mortimer May 8, 2012