Sunday, July 01, 2007

TudorCast #13 - June 2007

Link to glossary page with images of flying buttresses.

This month's featured website: http://www.thousandeggs.com/

"Martin Said To His Man"

Martin said to his man, fie, man, fie
Martin said to his man, who's the fool, now
Martin said to his man, Fill thou the cup and I the can
Thou hast well drunken man, who's the fool now

I saw the mouse chase the cat, fie, man, fie
I saw the mouse chase the cat, who's the fool now
I saw the mouse chase the cat, Saw the cheese eat the rat
Thou hast well drunken, man, who's the fool now

I saw the goose ring the hog, fie, man, fie
I saw the goose ring the hog, who's the fool, now
I saw the goose ring the hog, saw the snail bite the dog
Thou hast well drunken, man, who's the fool, now

I saw a maid milk a bull, fie, man, fie
I saw a maid milk a bull, who's the fool now
I saw a maid milk a bull, at every pull a bucket full
Thou hast well drunken, man, who's the fool now

Martin said to his man, fie, man, fie
Martin said to his man, who's the fool, now
Martin said to his man, Fill thou the cup and I the can
Thou hast well drunken man, who's the fool now


Music from Magnatune.com

La Primavera, The Dufay Collective (album "Cancionero" and "L'Estampida") and Jacob Herringman (album "Blame Not My Lute")

Individual tracks:
Intro -
"Greensleeves" by La Primavera on "English Renaissance Music"

Between news and "This Month" -
"Durandarte" by the Dufay Collective on "Concionero"

Between "This Month" and glossary -
"Il Conto d'Orco" by Jacob Herringman on "Blame Not My Lute"

Between glossary and Primary text -
"Propinan de Melyor" by the Dufay Collective on "Concionero"

Text music piece - "Martin Said To His Man" by La Primavera on "English Renaissance Music"

End music - "La Rotta" by the Dufay Collective on "A L'Estampida"

Episode Transcript

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