I got to spend the day down at Buckland Cross, which formally became a Barony today. It was a lovely, pleasant opportunity to catch up with my friends from the area, and get a little quality time with our lovely royals.
I also enjoyed the chance to play my repertoire of lute pieces in front of people, promenading unobtrusively as people were sampling the wonderful day board.
Okay, more ABBA filk might have happened. This piece was a salute to our Society members who give service. (Lyrics here.)
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I’m not a member of the SCA, but I found your song “Carpe Diem” to be amusing and fit the regular plea of many volunteers for events. It inspired me to consider how music plays a part in my own LARP society, and write a blog post. Thank you for sharing your work.
Thanks! I consciously left it broad enough that it can work for most any volunteer-run community.