Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Inside the Labyrinth, Ep 24: In Coversation with Robert Mouland

In the final interview in the Fort Frederick series (and Episode 24), I talk with the very talented Robert Mouland. In the words on his website, Robert is "a combination of performer, historian and storyteller who uses period instruments and clothing to educate and entertain in a variety of settings with an unparalleled authenticity." As someone who is also in the Early Music scene, I always enjoy talk to others on a similar path.
In this conversation, Robert discusses his influences, how he got started, and shares some of the original centuries old music that he has collected over the years. And if you enjoy music of the Celtic variety, you might enjoy checking his music out too!


Check out more of Robert Mouland (and purchase his music!) at his website:


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OTHER MUSICAL PROJECTS:

WAYWARD COMPANIONS: http://wayward-companions.com/

PITTSBURGH HISTORICAL MUSIC SOCIETY: http://pittsburghhistoricalmusicsociety.org/

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Inside the Labyrinth, Ep 23: The Craft of Horn and Wood Turning

Welcome to Episode 23 of Inside the Labyrinth and the third in the Fort Frederick Series! In this episode I talk with a very talented Horner and Wood Turner as he explains his craft. This also took place on the last day of the Fort Frederick Market Fair, so alas, I am not in 18th century attire for this one!





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http://gennisheyotrading.com/about.html


Music: http://epidemicsound.com


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WEBSITE: http://tiffanyapan.com/

FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/tiffanyapanmusic


OTHER MUSICAL PROJECTS:

WAYWARD COMPANIONS: http://wayward-companions.com/

PITTSBURGH HISTORICAL MUSIC SOCIETY: http://pittsburghhistoricalmusicsociety.org/

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Inside the Labyrinth, Ep 22: A Colonial Printer and Book Binder

Welcome to episode 22 and the third in the Fort Frederick 2019 interviews! In this episode we have a fun, fascinating, and very entertaining talk with DeLea Sayers, a Colonial Printer and Book Binder and at the end, I give you a little haul of my purchases from him!



Check out DeLea and his work at his website:
Colonial Printer & Book Bindery 

And don't forget to follow them on social media:
The Colonial Printer & Book Bindery on Facebook


And check out the first time I featured DeLea on this blog in my write up of the 18th Century Artisan Fair which took place this past February in Lewisburg, PA.






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Inside the Labyrinth, Ep 21: Jessica Young of Penny River Costumes

Welcome to Episode 21 and the second of the Fort Frederick 2019 interviews! In this episode, we visit the Penny River Costumes tent and talk with Jessica Young about what inspires her designs and the research behind it.




Check out more of Jess's designs at her etsy shop:
Penny River Costumes on Etsy

You can also follow her on social media:
Penny River Costumes on Facebook
Penny River Costumes on Instagram

And check out my first time featuring Jess on this blog in my write up of Bushy Run Battlefield's reenactment event.




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Saturday, May 4, 2019

Inside the Labyrinth, Ep 20: Jewels of the 1700s, with Andrea Amey




Welcome to episode 20 of Inside the Labyrinth! This is also the first of five interviews conducted at the Fort Frederick Market Faire this past weekend (April 26-29, 2019).
In this episode, we talk with the lovely and talented Andrea Amey (of Andrea's Adornments), who specializes in 18th century bling. Her jewelry is absolutely beautiful and she discusses some of the research conducted when making her pieces and some of the history behind her favorites.
Also stay tuned for an etsy shop in the works!


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ANTIQUITY & ILLUSION SHOP: https://antiquityillusion.bigcartelcom/

OTHER MUSICAL PROJECTS:
WAYWARD COMPANIONS: http://wayward-companions.com
PITTSBURGH HISTORICAL MUSIC SOCIETY: http://pittsburghhistoricalmusicsociety.org