From: SONEVA::MULVERJA9982 13-FEB-1992 14:19:50.88
Speaking of BBC documentations , what happened to the
Iorn-age recreation / serries . Has anyone seen it ? Last I
heard one family dropped out due to their son developing
dietary problems , after almost a year .
I know this was some time ago , but it is relevent to one of
my classes . It was
produced by John Percival . An article about it
was in times mag. march 1978 , pg . 68 .
Music is certinly welcome here . ( ron - enya yes , try
Dead can Dance "Aion" , or coctau twins ) And for thoes postmodernists
on the list what about filk music , fictionaly based folk . Much
mythology and folklore used there , not to mention traditional styles .
Coni - I have not read the authors youve mentioned , however
I do not care for what I have read of llywen's (the wiccan)
efforts . Others ( Ill check names latter ) I do like .
Is there any documentation on drum circles involved in rituals ?