Tudor Food and Music. By Olivia and Ellie. Contents. Introduction 2. Tudor Food 3. Tudor Music 4. King Henry V111 and His Music 5. Timeline 6. Thanks . Introduction. We chose to do Tudor music because we play the recorder (and that was an instrument in the Tudor times).
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By Olivia and Ellie
2. Tudor Food
3. Tudor Music
4. King Henry V111 and His Music
We chose to do Tudor music because we play the recorder (and that was an instrument in the Tudor times).
We also chose Tudor food because its an every day thing that you eat.
The slaves would cook for 800 people 2 times a day. There were lots of rooms like larders, dining room, Cole room, meat and fish room and the scullery. The scullery is the room were they prepared the food. There were lots of dishes such as meat, fish , peacock and sometime even whale!!! The dishes made oaten which is a kind of rough clay and tables were made of oak. The rich people were very greedy and did not wait to be served , they just dug in.
In Tudor Times the rich people had some entertainment while having dinner. They also had beautiful music played to them. The type of instruments they had were called: recorder, organ, drums, harpsichord and lute.
King Henry was known to have made the tune Greensleaves but there have big debates about this. They have found out it was not him who made it.
Henry Vll Elizabeth of York Henry Vll Thomas More Catherine of Aragon Anne Boleyn
Jane Seymour Anne of Cleves Catherine Howard Catherine Parr Mary Queen of Scott Edward Vl
Lady Jane Grey Mary l Elizabeth l Francis Drake Sir Water Raleigh