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sumptuary law chart [Mar. 11th, 2005|09:36 am]
Kentwell

goth_twiglet
[mood |worriedworried]

Edit: Found at http://renaissancedancewear.com/
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I'm saying nothing [Mar. 6th, 2005|09:11 pm]
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goth_twiglet
[mood |sleepysleepy]

But if you like to knit, there's a women's 14thC hood with liripipe

and for the men: a 15th C acorn cap...

A hand-knit hose pattern for those that can't face cutting on the bias or being stapled into things

A probably less than useful "monmouth cap"

And that everlasting favourite:the cow pat

Knit your way through Patrick's speach!
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W00T! [Mar. 3rd, 2005|09:09 am]
Kentwell

goth_twiglet
[mood |ditzyditzy]

New Mediaeval Baebes CD

Hmmm, I think the link will work now.
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music thingy thanks to wolf_shadow [Feb. 27th, 2005|06:19 pm]
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goth_twiglet
[mood |curiouscurious]

Music: The Saul Seminars 2005


Saul Seminars: Shameful Acts? Performing Medieval Music (15 March)

Shameful Acts? Performing Medieval Music
Christopher Page
15 March 18.15 - 19.30
Conference Centre, St Pancras

Admission £6.00 (concessions £4.00)
To Book ...

Unsold tickets will be available free on the night on production of student ID



During the last century, large numbers of music-lovers became devotees of medieval music. But what was medieval about it?

A 14th-century chanson is indeed likely to create a different impression if performed by a Metropolitan Opera Puccini-singing tenor, a straight-voiced unaccompanied contralto , or an ensemble of voices with recorders, cornets and tabor. This talk will investigate changing interpretations of medieval music over ten decades.

Dr Christopher Page is the founder and director of the ensemble Gothic Voices. He teaches English at Cambridge University, where he is a Fellow of Sidney Sussex College.

The Saul Seminars are supported by funds from the Saga Trust, which makes it possible for wine to be served after each Seminar.


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Fascinating, if you're into that sort of thing.... [Feb. 25th, 2005|03:08 pm]
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goth_twiglet
[mood |fascinated]

A bespoke tailor's blog

You can add it to your friend's list here
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Having nearly run out of things to read [Feb. 17th, 2005|06:33 pm]
Kentwell

goth_twiglet
[mood |thoughtfulthoughtful]

I discovered



and I believe I shall have a bash at reading this
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Medieval and Renaissance games [Feb. 16th, 2005|01:09 pm]
Kentwell

goth_twiglet
With thanks to wolf_shadow

games!
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Heironimous Bosch Action Figures! [Feb. 15th, 2005|09:05 am]
Kentwell

goth_twiglet
They don't actually move, but still!
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A Prize [Feb. 10th, 2005|11:44 pm]
Kentwell

goth_twiglet
[mood |hopefulhopeful]

Goes to aglarana for having the fastest LJ reflexes, and being our first member! Welcome Aglarana
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Hello All! [Feb. 10th, 2005|11:05 pm]
Kentwell

goth_twiglet
[mood |hopefulhopeful]

Well, I made this community to augment the Yahoo Mailing list.
It will enabale us to discuss stuff with pictures and stuff without jamming up mailboxes.
I know a couple of you already have lj accounts, so if you want to you can just join this community. The rest of you will have to create an LJ account (it's addictive, so say good-bye to your sanity), if you want to participate in this community to its full extent.

Happy rambling!

Your humble mod
Twiglet XXXX
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