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Re: [SCA Newcomers] Music

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  • Tina Paxton
    One of the things I ve always wanted to do was learn the delcimer....I recently discovered on the SCA A&S page that delcimer s are actually period! Yeah!
    Message 1 of 8 , Sep 29, 2002
      One of the things I've always wanted to do was learn
      the delcimer....I recently discovered on the SCA A&S
      page that delcimer's are actually period! Yeah! But,
      that is a "down the road" item. I'm forcing myself to
      keep my area of focus narrow so that I really learn
      the skills rather than dabble in many. I have a
      habit.... Anyway, right now I'm focusing on the
      fibrearts but later will definitely take up the
      delcimer....love that sound!

      --- modanogrrrl <no_reply@yahoogroups.com> wrote:
      > Greetings and salutations!
      > I am thinking of pursuing music in the SCA and have
      > considered the
      > recorder. I played flute in school from the 5th
      > grade until I
      > graduated, and played the recorder in the 4th grade
      > (as well as
      > tooling around with my sibling's when she began
      > playing). I know the
      > modern recorder is similar to the renaissance
      > recorder, so would it
      > be feasable to buy a modern one to play? I want a
      > nice wooden one,
      > and actually found one that is easy on my
      > wallet.....
      > My many thanks.....
      > Christian Elizabeta Barbier
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      Tina (read my blog: http://tinasfiberadventures.blogspot.com/)

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