- Come Again Sweet Love…the Parental Version
- On SCA Patrons of Bardic Arts
- Ever Comes the Sun
- The Tale of Adolphus the Devourer
- The Love Story of Turi MacKinnon and His Marguerite
- River-bone Warrior – a Song for Talen
- Tourney Pilgrims
- þis feste is ine myn stomak – part the first
- Gorsedd Challenge
- I Fight for You
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Category Archives: Other Pieces
Once upon a time, in the spring of the year as the mud thaw ground gave way to greening, a kingdom was beset with a plague that distended bellies and left all affected exhausted, longing but to lay down for many hours at a spell. The bearers of this affliction were a nation of hardy, olive-skinned ones, who came in … …more, please!
When the King calls, one must be always ready with an answer. I had long ago decided, even before becoming the King’s champion, that I would be ready any time that I was asked to perform. (Thank you Coxcomb Academy!) That I would always have something up my sleeve, and that I would not refuse an opportunity or request when … …more, please!
This commedia script is my first and only to date, it was rehearsed to great amusement by Gwillim as Arlecchino, Godric as Pantalone, Margaret as Betta and myself as Dottore and the Apothecary. We never performed it, but maybe someday it will see the stage! Cast: Pantalone Betta (la servetta) Alrecchino Dottore an Apothecary Betta gives a speech to the … …more, please!
The Hern is a song I first heard on an amazing LP by the late John Fleagle. A song with period lyric, and quite ancient tune. It is known as the Corpus Christi Carol as well. This performance is at the East Kingdom Bardic Competition AS45.
http://www.mbouchard.com/misc/TheBookofLove.mp3 The Magnetic Field’s beautiful “Book of Love” was one I heard covered by Peter Gabriel, having never seen the movie which popularized it. I loved it, and heard it at about the same time that my dear friends Lord Gwillim and Lady Constancia (then Lady Melisunde) were getting married. I sang this at their wedding with Nathaniel Kellogg playing … …more, please!