Sunday, 18 March 2018

The early history of any ancient tradition is doubtful and subject to speculation, but from what art historians can tell, the Sentimental movement goes back to the Philistines, who liked to sing hymns about faithful spouses and catching teardrops in their hands and were despised by the younger generation of Levites during the reign of David, who preferred to wax lyrical about wandering in the desert while living on their fathers' trust funds.