Their Alpine Highnesses Amir
Diego and Amira Taraneh invite you to witness the pageantry of the
tournament to determine the heirs to the Coronet of the
Letters of Intent
for Coronet fighters, in your persona's style, are due to Their
Highnesses by September Crown. Coronet tournament will be a
standard double elimination
tournament, with the first round being fought with glaives. Their
Highnesses wish to see you out in all your splendor, so banners and
shield boards are required.
Hear the beauty and majesty that is our bards as they compete to
become the Bard of the Summits.
Letter of Intent for Bardic Competitors are due to their Highness
and the current champion at least 2 weeks ahead of the event.
- You are required to perform 2 pieces, and have a minimum of a
notecard worth of documentation. Oral presentation of documentation
is encouraged as well.
- At least one Middle Eastern piece is strongly encouraged, and may
win the judges favor.
- At least one piece should be period/suitable for court
performance - this also means short generally.
- Second piece to be SCA appropriate. Think about how to describe
where your other piece would fit in a more informal setting like a
For guidelines on documentation in general and for different types
of bardic-ing (composing in a style, for example) and any
additional questions please email The Bard of the Summits at
Single entries for those wishing to perform but not compete for the
title will be welcome as time allows.
There will be a dirty dozen largess competition. Enter 12 similar
items into a competition to go to Principality and Baronial
Largess. There will be prizes for Queen's Favorite, Princess'
Favorite and Baroness' Favorite.
While the Peers meet, watch the rapier fighters of the Summits
compete for bragging rights and prizes.
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