Voice Heralding 101

From SCA.org: “Voice heralds” are used for “crying out announcements, announcing the fighters entering the list field, as well as acting as the voice of the nobility in court, reading the scrolls that accompany the awards being given out.”

“Book heralds”: helping members of the SCA to research period names and design devices (armory), as well as registering them with the SCA College of Heralds.

“Protocol heralds”: recording the awards and honors that are given in court, drafting period-style ceremonies for use in court, determining the precedence of award holders, as well as other legal niceties in all sorts of situations.

This class deals with Voice Heralds. Learn how to project your voice, what to say, and how to say it!

SCA Name:
Snorri skyti Bjarnarson
Mundane Name:
David Haldenwang
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