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 Post subject: Faction Instrumentalists
PostPosted: Tue Sep 29, 2015 12:26 am 
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Real Name: Pete Matthews
As a faction, the Wolves are famed for our musical prowess, and we have a lot of singers, a few guitarists, and we often have a couple of drums around the fire. I know a few other people have Dulcimers, and various other instruments, but I'd like to get an idea of the range of instruments people play, and can feasibly add to the fireside.

I grew up with a very Folkie background; singing, playing guitar, and drums at Folk Festivals around the country, and I'm used to playing while being accompanied by violins, pipes, flutes, tin-whistles, mandolins, and all kinds of instuments. It would be really nice to expand our bardic circle to include this kind of accompanied music.

I don't know what the timetable will look like for next year, and with it being early, I'd like to organise a get-together for budding bards, seasoned skalds, and potential poets. I think it would be best to do this at the GEF, so that we can organise it properly IC at the Spring Moot, and we usually get a better attendence at the GEF anyway.

À propos of this, could you add in this thread what instruments you play, and what style of music you play? If there are certain songs that enough people know, we can try them out next year. I'd love to do Fisherman's Blues, and Galway Farmer, for example.

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