[SCA-Dance] KWDS report (What I Did on my Summer Vacation...)
bgdeonna at hotmail.com
Thu Jul 23 14:41:09 EDT 2009
When I flew to Texas and Seattle, my shawms and recorders fit in
one case that I took as a carry-on and stowed in one of the overhead
compartments. I did, however, have to convince the security inspectors
that I wasn't going to take it out of the case and use it as a club.
He actually took one part out of the case to show me. It looked very
dangerous I guess. I just had to promise that it would not come out of
the compartment until I arrived.
I always bring instruments with me. Dancers deserve good music and I enjoy playing as much as I enjoy dancing.
I leave for Pennsic tomorrow. The shawms are already packed.
> From: nique.rio at gmail.com
> Date: Thu, 23 Jul 2009 11:28:42 -0400
> To: sca-dance at sca-dance.org
> Subject: Re: [SCA-Dance] KWDS report (What I Did on my Summer Vacation...)
> Re: Musicians and far away dance events...
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5YGc4zOqozo Says a lot. Driving is much
> safer for instruments.
> However far distances wouldn't totally prevent the presence of
> exciting instruments. I know of one musician that borrows a violin
> from us when he flies to Cynnabar. There's a wide variety of plastic
> instruments that aren't bad quality wise and can take abuse well.
> Small instruments often fit in a carry-on bag... you get the idea.
> In other words, far distances won't prevent live music. It'll only
> limit the number of fragile instruments taken.
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