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Fools Have the Most Fun (1661) by Adriaen van de Venne  #aprilfoolsday

Fools Have the Most Fun (1661) by Adriaen van de Venne #aprilfoolsday

INVERTED   HANDS  on the RECORDER    Nowadays the recorder is normally played with the left hand above and the right hand below, as shown in the photograph. However, there is no logical reason for playing with the left hand uppermost as is the rule today. During the middle ages and the Renaissance, instruments were made in such a way that the hands could be placed either way round as was most convenient for each player.

INVERTED HANDS on the RECORDER Nowadays the recorder is normally played with the left hand above and the right hand below, as shown in the photograph. However, there is no logical reason for playing with the left hand uppermost as is the rule today. During the middle ages and the Renaissance, instruments were made in such a way that the hands could be placed either way round as was most convenient for each player.

A new study finds a high correlation between certain genes and violent acts.

A new study finds a high correlation between certain genes and violent acts.

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