- 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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Tag Archives: Spring 2011
A Canzone written for Alessandra da Montereggioni by Aneleda Falconbridge Qual donna attende a gloriosa fama di senno, di valor, di cortesia? * Gather and hear, noble people of the Mighty East, of a Lady so kind that Petrach himself would have searched for words, one of such bliss as is seldom seen walking these low and mortal paths. To … …more, please!
by Don Jean du Montagne and Lady Aneleda Falconbridge That Lady Vey That Lady Vey How we do like that Lady Vey! Shall we now praise her Brew array? Oh How we like them, Lady Vey! Would we like them here, or there? We would like them anywhere! A beer, a beer, a beer, a beer She surely makes a … …more, please!
When shall a good man find his rest? When boars fly over oaken tree. When shall he work at our behest? As long as blossoms love the bee. In the Eastern realm there is a land where women and men are strong as tides. Among this people lives a man – as Eoin an Dore he is known. Dependable in … …more, please!