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In the early 1900s, the great and good at the Paris Opera buried an urn full of “living voices”—Gramophone recordings of famous opera stars—to be disinterred after a century. When those urns were opened, mysterious recordings were discovered. Who made them? And why? Whose voice do Nemo and Phil hear on the 1902 Gramophone disc? Shattered is produced by Lesser of 2 Weevils with theme music by Katharine Seaton. https://katharineseaton.com/
Additional music by Robert Sholl performed by Robert Sholl and Anna McCready. Thanks to Peter Adamson.