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Bishop Gundolf

fair maiden of nottingham 04 Apr 09 - 11:48 AM
Richard Bridge 04 Apr 09 - 03:29 PM
Richard Bridge 04 Apr 09 - 03:33 PM
Richard Bridge 04 Apr 09 - 05:35 PM
fair maiden of nottingham 05 Apr 09 - 03:30 AM
Dead Horse 05 Apr 09 - 06:19 PM
Richard Bridge 06 Apr 09 - 12:49 AM
Richard Bridge 06 Apr 09 - 08:58 PM
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Subject: Bishop Gundolf
From: fair maiden of nottingham
Date: 04 Apr 09 - 11:48 AM

I Enjoyed my first morris dance show today at the Museum of Kent featuring Bishop Gundolf. Fisheye decided camera will travel.

FMN.


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Subject: Gundolfwatch!
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 04 Apr 09 - 03:29 PM

Bishop Gundulfs Morris (hereinafter BG) has the first stand of the season to day - a paid one too. Mick from Gong Scourers joined Blossom (and occasionally others) on squeezy things, Graham was on plunky thing, Kev the Clogs and hangover (and alas, Keith who has no computer on Irish sieve with skin) were doing thud duties, and I was on mandoplank and distortion pedal. Mike was scraping.

Magic. I have not enjoyed a day with Gundulfs so much ever. We were right on the beat, and so the dancers were mostly right in the air. There is a new Betsy routine for the dancers and it is going to be VERY good.

Big Dick in a Frock is interesting.

Seriously looking forward to the rest of the season and some proper drinking since I was driving today, and singing since my throat is stil not over the combination of its infection and the bellowing at the Nags Head last week.

Roll on Summer...
Threads combined.


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Subject: RE: Bishop Gundolf
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 04 Apr 09 - 03:33 PM

Oh, damn, I did not see this thread before starting one.

Look forward to seeing the edited flims.

It was at the Kent Museum of Country Life which is also more interesting than I expected.

Any stray Elves, can you kindly combine my thread with this one, but correct the spelling of the header to my version?

Many thanks.


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Subject: RE: Bishop Gundolf
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 04 Apr 09 - 05:35 PM

THanks Elf, but it is "Gundulfs" (yes ungrammatical I know) not "Gundolf".


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Subject: RE: Bishop Gundolf
From: fair maiden of nottingham
Date: 05 Apr 09 - 03:30 AM

Fisheye's Mac is having a rest after buzzing all night..and producing a DVD of the occasion..If any BG member reads this, could they PM me a suitable name and address to send it to. otherwise it will be delivered at "Nags Head" 19.04.09.
Thank you for the invite to attend Kev and Val fisheye and FMN both enjoyed ourselves.

fair maiden of nottingham


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Subject: RE: Bishop Gundolf
From: Dead Horse
Date: 05 Apr 09 - 06:19 PM

At least it aint spelled GANDULF which really used to annoy me.
Interestingly, it has two different spellings within Rochester itself, ending with a "ph" as well as the more usual "f".
And the number of times the Bishop has been pluralised, in print and speech.
I am sure niether Hartlies nor Gongs Corers get this problem :-)


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Subject: RE: Bishop Gundolf
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 06 Apr 09 - 12:49 AM

I bet the Toast Mouse Poppers do.


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Subject: RE: Bishop Gundolf
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 06 Apr 09 - 08:58 PM

Anyway, as Kev the Klogs has said elsewhere, BG have a hectic week St George's week, with some at least (with lick) at my Sing at the Nags on the 19th, and then Thurs 23 at the KA (King's Arms Uppper Upnor), Fri 24 at Fort Amherst, Sat 25 back to the KA for the beer fest... which wil lbe finishing on the SUnday (while, at the same time, there will be beerfest and dance & song at the Crayford Arms with the Gongs Cowerers and fiends.


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Subject: RE: Bishop Gundolf
From: Richard Bridge
Date: 12 Apr 09 - 11:59 AM

The Bishop Gundulfs Morris year's programme has been updated.

http://www.bishopgundulfs.co.uk/Bishop%20Gundulfs%20Morris%20Frame%20Set.htm

The music has changed too: evidently more people did not like the heavy metal mandolin than I suspected, as I have been co-opted to drum instead.

Others may note that the BG stands for Broadstairs this year will obviously be in a different continent, in that they are stated to be in the "town center"! Ideal for a traditional English form of dance (not).


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