Re: [SCA-JML] Re: Japanese Scrolls
- Ii dono!
Greetings from Solveig!
> I'm discussing how to make scrolls for SCA heralds (with no JapaneseWestern European heralds should also be reading from the scroll.
> experience) to read them. You are discussing how heralds should read
> in a Japanese manner. The two are separate, and I guess we are just
> talking past each other.
Supposably, the white baton carried by European heralds were used to
support longer scrolls as a sort of mechanical tele-prompter.
Historically, "winging it" just wasn't a major part of the job
Your Humble Servant
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