cryptoengineer wrote:When is the OTC set?
The castle seems to be under construction. The highest level tech Cuegan has shown is a trebuchet. This suggests the medieval period. OTOH, the beanie's theodolites weren't invented until the late 16thC, and perfected (along with the surveying technique shown) in the late 18th. On the gripping had, the language Cuegan uses, and their behaviour towards each other are thoroughly modern.
You have no idea how often I want to use "gripping hand is..." in conversation, but the occasion never seems to arise. Great books, though.
fhorn wrote:I play French horn, and taught elementary school (ages 6 - 11 or 12) general music (singing, dancing, reading, writing, playing - Kodaly technique, specifically - drank the koolaid early on and will bore anyone to death with wondrous tales of music literacy, sight-singing and the joys and limitations of movable do!).
Very nice. Limitations of movable do, never! I'm a clarinetist (as may have been evidenced by the conference and my avatar), in my first year of a music performance course at uni.
fhorn wrote:Hoo boy, that's a lot of reeds all in one place, says the brass player..... On the bright side, you didn't have to shake hands with all those trumpet players (tpt player, meeting anyone: "hi, I'm better than you").
Haha, yes... not as bad as singers though.
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