Monday, October 13, 2008

Items of Note

A detailed and useful description of Tavelorn's experiment in grinding wheat to make bread.

A long, detailed, and well-written article about the Venerable Bede (c. 672–25 May 735), the historian and scholar.

Music - Wolgemut
Maryland Renaissance Festival, Annapolis, Maryland
October 18 & 19, 2008

"Wolgemut draws on a wide range of performers who come from various artistic backgrounds. This leads to a distinctive sound and feeling for the group. Music, dance, theatre, classical music, folk music and musicology are just a few of the areas covered by their combined experience and education. "

Music - Vince Conaway
King Richard's Renaissance Faire, Carver, Massachusetts
October 18 & 19, 2008

"Vince is an interactive performer, believing that the audience should not be separated from the show but instead be a part of it. One of few dulcimer players to converse while performing, he also brings a bit of cultural and historical perspective to every performance. Whether performing Living History, at a bookstore, or busking on the street he holds to his guiding principles of musicianship, showmanship, and professionalism."

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