Stand-up comedy recording found in 15th century text in England
MOSCOW, June 1 – RIA Novosti. A recording of medieval stand-up comedy found in England writer Phys.org cites an article in The Review of English Studies.
Professor James Wade stumbled upon it while studying the Hige Manuscript. According to the expert, in the 1480s the clerk copied a now-lost note from an unidentified minstrel who was performing near the border of the counties of Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire.
According to the expert, there are several points in the booklet that indicate that the lover’s concert was recorded. The three texts studied are humorous. They are intended to be performed in front of an audience. For example, the narrator asks to be given a drink. There are jokes that catch the attention of the local audience and show that the audience is aware of his life.
Wade suggests that the bard recorded the performance because it was difficult to remember.
Probably many minstrels worked during the day. For example, farmers or traders (peddlers). They performed at night or on weekends. Perhaps some have traveled around the country, while others have only performed at a few venues.
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