I came across this recently and thought it offered a glimpse into the music people listened to in Ancient Rome. Enjoy!
In the 1770's, an inventor by the name of Wolfgang von Kempelen showcased his latest creation in Vienna: A chess-playing automaton made for Habsburg Archduchess Maria Theresa. Known later as the Mechanical Turk—or just the Turk—the machine consisted of a mechanical man dressed in robes and a turban who sat at a wooden
Is it possible for a person to live forever? That is what some people are claiming about a historical figure known as Count de Saint-Germain. His origins are unclear. Some records date his birth to the late 1600's, although some believe that his longevity reaches back to the time of
I came across this recently and thought it offered a glimpse into the music people listened to in the Middle Ages. Enjoy!
0:00 – Brown Fox Inn
3:43 – The Innkeeper
7:10 – Sword in the Stone
10:36 – Royal Castle
13:51 – Queen Guinevere
17:21 – Medieval Princess