Learning how to play the Saz (Baglama) and a little music theory at the same time. Ive started the work of determine where notes are so I can document chords, and as Im mapping out the notes of the frets, Im running into inconsistencies. Before I go much further, I want to make sure the … Continue reading Tuning and Scaling the Saz – Where Do I Drag The Lines?
I wrote a song based on period scripts in the 14th c. Using existing meter I created this song to use in a Bawdy Bardic competition in Adiantum, An Tir. Now the contest is over, I can share! Just outside of Florence, among the grassy knolls There lived a handsome maiden, who story must be … Continue reading The Lady and Her Dow’ry – A Song
Friends, here we are. The forming of an amazing night. Through the grace of the Kingdom of Atlantia, do we, your humble servants, bring you a night of festivity, culture, music, and amazement. We will have an assortment of activities for your pleasure. SCA Medieval Barter Town will be present with a trading … Continue reading Atlantian Nights – A Near Eastern Experience at Pennsic
Ahwak I adore you but I wish that I could forget you And forget my whole soul along with you And if it’s lost then, for your sake, its o.k. if you forget me I think that I forgot you but I find myself only forgetting your harshness towards me And I long for your … Continue reading Ahwak – Lyrics