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A group of people that gather to sing [[songs]] or tell stories. A bit of fun, if you can stomach the [[Filk]]...
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A '''bardic circle''' is a group of people that gather to [[singing|sing]] [[song]]s or [[story telling|tell stories]]. It is a bit of fun, if you can stomach the [[Filk]]...
   
 
The standard of bardic circles varies wildly. Some bardic circles are long and are full of talented singers who enjoy historical music. Others are much less formal, and are just full of, well, people who like noise ;-)
 
The standard of bardic circles varies wildly. Some bardic circles are long and are full of talented singers who enjoy historical music. Others are much less formal, and are just full of, well, people who like noise ;-)
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Bardic circles are often linked to a circle of entertainers in a particular place, e.g. around a campfire or in a [[tavern]]. Some are scheduled as a formal part of an [[event]]. Others just happen in some other informal setting or are hosted in someone's home as part of a local [[group]] activities.
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Latest revision as of 13:27, 10 November 2006

A bardic circle is a group of people that gather to sing songs or tell stories. It is a bit of fun, if you can stomach the Filk...

The standard of bardic circles varies wildly. Some bardic circles are long and are full of talented singers who enjoy historical music. Others are much less formal, and are just full of, well, people who like noise ;-)

Bardic circles are often linked to a circle of entertainers in a particular place, e.g. around a campfire or in a tavern. Some are scheduled as a formal part of an event. Others just happen in some other informal setting or are hosted in someone's home as part of a local group activities.