She almost laughed mid-song. While she enjoyed puns, that was an unintentional one. When the song had drawn to a close and Galain and his lady love started a tango, she shook her head.
"Let me take back my lute for a moment," she said. "That is not the song for a tango."
Still standing, she whispered the word "violin" to her lute and kissed it. The instrument stretched and contracted until it shaped a lovely red violin. Another piece extended out like a thin branch until the bow was formed and separated.
Then she started a new song, one that was sure to woo the two dancers closer together. It was a sultry song, one that beckoned dancers into quieter quarters where the candles would be blown out. The'ara swayed lightly as she played and sang. While it was true she was shy around new people, she was a performer first and foremost, and as such, she slipped into the role with liquid grace. She had a coy glance at Chezlar from the corner of her eye hoping that he might pick up on her subtle hint.
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