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MUSI 2331 Listening to MusicListening Log #9: Renaissance Period (1450 – 1600). 100 pointsLog Entry #1Log Entry #2Log Entry #3MUSI 2331 Listening to MusicListening Log #9: Renaissance Period (1450 – 1600). 100 pointsLog Entry #1Directions: Watch the following 10 minute video excerpt from the cultural comic-documentary “Supersizers Go…Elizabethan” Using a minimum of 6 sentences and a maximum of 8 sentences, describe the effects of an Elizabethan (Renaissance Period)diet upon Sue’s and Gile’s health, the foods for the week associated with an upper-class Elizabethan family, and the meals presented in this clip. Include three things about Renaissance Period food and dining that surprised you or you did not previouslyknow. Video Clip #1: “Supersizers Go…Elizabethan” Part 1 Link to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eENypPpvLZw&list=PLGm4NvH6WQLqkTwhcuUWorhQK7Ba1RNvL&index=1 Some of the effects of an Elizabethan (Renaissance Period) diet that Gile’s and Sue’s health will be facing are constipation and halitosis because of the high protein in the foods. Another effect that both Gile’s and Sue’s will be facing is mood swings because of all the sugar they will be in taking. What I did not know during this period was that people would drink beer every day with their meals because the water was polluted. I did not know that sugar was super rare to have during this period; only the rich were able to get it. Another thing that I did not know from the dishes was that they had mostly spices from the new world. The meals that were presented in this clip were cold meat pie, manchet bread, and small beer for breakfast. Then forthe dinner clip, Gile’s and Sue’s had pumpkin pie, meat pottage, stewed mutton steaks, manchet bread, and a small beer.Log Entry #2Directions: Watch the following 10 minute video excerpt from the cultural comic-documentary “Supersizers Go…Elizabethan” Using a minimum of 6 sentences and a maximum of 8 sentences, describe the innovations to recipes and the reasons behind the changes to the recipes, the different alcoholic drinks and how these drinks were made, gambling houses and the food served there, and the health fads presented in this clip. Include three things about Renaissance Period food, drink and/or health that surprised you or you did not previously know.Video Clip #2: “Supersizers Go…Elizabethan” Part 2Link to video:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CnfLAMJY7Rg&list=PLGm4NvH6WQLqkTwhcuUWorhQK7Ba1RNvL&index=2 The simple dishes that Gile’s and Sewer eat in the video is a boiled cape putting whole mace raisin, sultanas and prunes in the dish. The alcohol drink that was brought up in the video was wine, booze, and beer. The wives would make the drinks for the household, such as using hippocras spice and a pound of sugar, then wait 14 hours after that pour it through a bitter muslin for wine. The gambling house was named the south wark tavern, which served oysters, peascods, hazlenuts, and a big beer. During this period, Elizabethans believe that poisons in theblood caused weakness and ill health. What I did not know from the period was the amount of sugar that was used for alcohol. I did not realize that taverns made veggie burgers during this period. Lastly, information that I did not know was that people used the hole sheep for a dish.Log Entry #3Directions: Watch the following video excerpts from the cultural comic-documentary “Supersizers Go…Elizabethan” Using a minimum of 6 sentences and a maximum of 8 sentences, describe the dinner party makeup, dress, and food, the history and food of “fish days.” Include three things about Renaissance Period fashion and/or food that surprised you or you did not previously know.Video Clip #3: “Supersizers Go…Elizabethan” Part 4Link to video:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-C-ahBYdwA&list=PLGm4NvH6WQLqkTwhcuUWorhQK7Ba1RNvL&index=4Video Clip #4: “Supersizers Go…Elizabethan” Part 5 Excerpt: 00:00 – 2:41 onlyLink to video:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=83bpW25sxQM&list=PLGm4NvH6WQLqkTwhcuUWorhQK7Ba1RNvL&index=5 When Gile’s puts on her makeup, she uses Elizabethan beauty products such as the ceruse that was made up of white lead and vinegar. For the first course in the dinner, they had hodgepodge, sallet with flowers, and claret. Then for the second course, it has turkey with galantine sauce, chicken, egg fricassee, warden pie, and Spanish paps. After the second course, there is a banquet course that had march pane, dry suckets, quince jelly, medlar fruit, red and blackcurrants, curd cheese, and hippocras. The fish day breakfast is cod sprats, butter with sage, manchet bread, and white wine. I did not know people were forced to each fish on certaindays in the week. Another thing I did not know was there is a dessert that was made to laugh Page 2 of 3at the catholic church. Lastly, I did not know how the makeup was made during that period, but I know now that they used white lead and vinegar.Page 3 of


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