Episode 405 part 2: Abigail and Erasmus revive Petronella, but she isn’t the same bold person. Has dying made Dr Sage see the light, or did trauma and brain surgery alter her irrevocably?
Featuring the music of:
Jerusalem-born Avital Raz has recently gained notoriety for her taboo-busting song lyrics. Her latest release ‘The Fallen Angel’s Unravelling Descent’, a collaboration with Keith Angel (producer) was given four stars by RnR magazine and high Praise in Folk Radio UK among other publications. ” There is no-one quite like Avital Raz in the world of music right now, and she should be applauded for the intelligence and singularity
of her artistic vision. The Fallen Angel’s Unravelling Descent is a genuinely original musical statement, full of wise, exotic and gleefully mordant songs that manage to be simultaneously challenging and melodic.”
Checkout her music at: https://avitalraz.bandcamp.com/
“It Came Upon a Midnight Clear” was written by Edmund Sears in 1849 set to the music of Felix Mendelssohn. The recording used in this podcast comes from a public domain recording of it on an Edison cylinder.