Medieval Music Meetups

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This page is used by several medieval studies groups predominantly the Fayetteville North Carolina chapter of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA).    This board is used for sharing information, organization and the announcement of events.  The

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Meet with local and regional dancers of all shapes, sizes, spots and stripes to practice 15th and 16th century Italian, French Bransles, and English Country. Learn the works of Playford, Arbeau, Caroso, and others.

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A group for enthusiasts of Renaissance Faire culture and of the annual Maryland Renn Fest!

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We are a lightest touch system, this means it is safe for children and people of all ages. Everyone is accepted in our group. We have nations all over Oklahoma and are always looking for more people to join us! We are family friendly. And best of all

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Let's meet and play music together just for fun. Early music, Renaissance, baroque, maybe even a little folk or Celtic. Do you have your own instrument, music stand, and sheet music? I have recorders and a cello, and some sheet music, and would love

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Music-makers
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Have a spare set of recorders or crumhorns lying about? Perhaps a lute or other stringed instruments? Sackbut? The Terpsichore of Michael Praetorius (c.1571-1621) and the dance music of Tielman Susato (c.1500-1561). Sound familiar? Do you love to pla

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July 24, 2015

Have a spare set of recorders or crumhorns lying about? Perhaps a lute or other stringed instruments? Sackbut? The Terpsichore of Michael Praetorius (c.1571-1621) and the dance music of Tielman Susato (c.1500-1561). Sound familiar? Do you love to pla

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Members
June 7, 2015

Let's meet and play music together just for fun. Early music, Renaissance, baroque, maybe even a little folk or Celtic. Do you have your own instrument, music stand, and sheet music? I have recorders and a cello, and some sheet music, and would love

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Music-makers
February 28, 2015

We are a lightest touch system, this means it is safe for children and people of all ages. Everyone is accepted in our group. We have nations all over Oklahoma and are always looking for more people to join us! We are family friendly. And best of all

78
Members
July 1, 2012

A group for enthusiasts of Renaissance Faire culture and of the annual Maryland Renn Fest!

113
Revelers
September 7, 2009

This page is used by several medieval studies groups predominantly the Fayetteville North Carolina chapter of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA).    This board is used for sharing information, organization and the announcement of events.  The

229
Members
December 11, 2008

Meet with local and regional dancers of all shapes, sizes, spots and stripes to practice 15th and 16th century Italian, French Bransles, and English Country. Learn the works of Playford, Arbeau, Caroso, and others.

Meetup topics:
142
Dancers
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