Yes if it's not too much trouble to email them to me I'd be really grateful. I'm not sure when I'd be able to get to our nearest big town to visit the library (because I'm still feeling under the weather, and I'm reluctant to drive myself as I've fainted several times in the past couple of weeks). So I'm trying to do what I can research-wise just on the internet. I keep spending a little bit of time on the computer then going back to rest. But I'm not getting very far with it.
It's bad enough that I had to cancel this week's lesson, but if I turn up next week without having done my homework I'm worried my teacher will think I'm not fully committed. I haven't been able to practise as much either, partly because I just have so little energy at the moment and partly because I have a permanent sore throat and I don't want to risk damaging it.
Sorry, I bet I sound like a whinging pom (as my Aussie friend would say).
Many thanks Rhaspodin for your advice. I must admit I feel confused. I thought that, in addition to a hefty dollop of Sarabande, the Recipe for Baroque Sweets included Almonds, Currants, and Figues. And that you start off beating them together at a moderate speed, then quickly, then slowly, then really quickly again? And that some people add a Carrotte? Where does the Clove Ball fit in?