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I believe in you** **Extended version available : If you want to hear a longer version of this episode which includes Psychic Surgeons, Urine Therapy, Should you be eating Gum and a small talk about Murder, follow the link here** Episode two brings us conversations about Underwear, Poop (of course), Going on dates while helping people (yay or nay?
) and we talk about WEIRD THINGS PEOPLE BELIEVE as a main topic.
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This week’s events (from extended version): https:// https:// https:// https:// https:// https:// https:// https:// Rox buys big balloons, Isa cooks for her family, Kim adds a little fun to her cup.
We also talk about New years resolutions, Stealing sperm and Marriages with ghosts.
Madrigal singing had been going on in England before this, however, as Yonge relates in the preface to his influential volume: …Since I first began to keepe house in this Citie, it hath been no small comfort unto mee, that a great number of Gentlemen and Merchants of good accompt (as well of this realme as of forreine nations) have taken in good part such entertainment of pleasure, as my poore abilitie was able to affoord them, both by the exercise of Musicke daily used in my house, and by furnishing them with Bookes of that kinde yeerely sent me out of Italy and other places, which beeing for the most part Italian songs, are for sweetness of Aire, verie well liked of all, but most in account with them that understand that language…
Yonge goes on to say that similar English compositions being ‘not many in number’, he was delighted to find ‘certaine Italian Madrigales translated most of them five yeers agoe by a Gentleman for his private delight’; these form the bulk of his 1588 publication—which might well have appeared earlier if there had not been a virtual ban on the publication of secular music in England until then.