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Pennsic Choir

Poster: Nancy Davis <nancyad@mindspring.com>

Good gentles,

As Pennsic approaches, I thought I would post Keilyn's message about the
Pennsic Choir again. I have added a separate message from the conductor,
Lady Erlan, about the schedule and music selection. It sounds wonderful.


>Poster: Beth Morris <bmorris@access.digex.net>
>Attention Musicians-The Pennsic Known World Choir has begun its
>preparations for "Christmas in August "   If you are interested in
>participating in one of Pennsic's most musical events, than follow these
>instructions:  Send your  Mundane Name, Address, Phone Number, Medieval
>Name, Voice Part and $10.00 to -  Maria L. Daggett  -  One Lowland Drive
>-  South Nyack, NY 10960  by June 1st, 1998.  Tapes of the music can be
>made available for an additional $5.00.  There will be 4, 5 & 6 voiced
>pieces as well as double choir pieces including selections by Byrd,
>Victoria, Praetorius, Perotin and traditional settings. It is
>reccommended that  interested voices be familiar with reading and
>performing renaissance music and have some choral experience.  You may
>e-mail questions to Daggett42@aol.com  or call (914) 358-7576.  Remember
>the deadline for music requests is June 1st, 1998.

From: Daggett42 <Daggett42@aol.com> 
Subject: Re: Pennsic choir 

We have rehearsals everyday from 3 - 6 in the largest A & S Tent. The 
times have been booked and the performance has been booked. The rehearsals 
will begin on Tuesday of Land Grab Week. I will be there and who ever can 
come, great! 
Only over the second weekend, when everyone comes, rehearsals are 
I have chosen some neat music. A lot of it will be familiar to most people. 
There is a Sweelink Hodie, O Magnum Mysterium and Ave Maria by Tomas Luis de 
Victoria, In Dulci Jublio by Praetorius, 3 Spanish Carols (Riu Riu
A few chants with 4 part settings and one or two "popular carols", 13th 
century. I still have to decide on a few things but I have 90% of the concert 
I hope that you will be able to sing with us this year. Last year's 
times were real bad. I didn't book the class with the A&S coordinator til 
March, I thought that would be enough time, ooops, guess not. This year the 
times were reserved in November! 
You should be receiveing the mailing from me by the beginning of April and 
the announcement should go into the next issue of your Kingdon Newsletter. 
See you at the war,

Nancy A. Davis

Lady Ysolt la Bretonne
Royal Bard, Atlantia
A&S Champion, Windmasters' Hill
Autocrat for Boat Wars, May 15-17
MoAS, Buckston-on-Eno
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