Re: [SCA_Bellewode] Madrigal Dinner
- I'm willing to play. It sounds like fun.
>Remember when we talked about playing medieval music for chamber
>choir's madrigal dinner? People said they were interested, so I told
>Nicole we would play, and here's the info she's given me.
>Performances are at 6:00 pm on Friday, February 13 and Saturday,
>February 14. We may have to arrive early, but I don't know yet when
>or when we'd be done. We will probably be fed, but we need to provide
>our own costumes. (Not a problem, ne?) We will play in the SUB in
>I am meeting with her this week to discuss what exactly she needs in
>terms of length of music, types of music, etc. I know that we are
>mostly to be entertainment for people who are waiting around for the
>show to begin. Nicole also mentioned having an instrument or two play
>with the choir during the concert. For my part, I would like at least
>a small consort of instruments, and possibly a person or two to
>memorize some songs or pieces and "stroll about", as it were. Nicole
>also said something about dancing, so we may end up having some
>dancers or even pulling people from the crowd to teach them to dance.
> I'll know more after I talk to her this week.
>Remember, this is totally cheesy and not historically accurate, and
>not connected to the SCA in any way--except that as a group on
>Truman's campus, we've been asked to help out another group on campus.
> :) Also, there may be free food involved. I'll have to check.
>Anyway, the long and short of it is, I need to know who wants to play
>with me! We need to practice. <3