Music, much like any art form, has been a staple in nearly every culture for thousands of years. We often forget where these arts have their roots, and to better understand the music of the last few hundred years, we must go back even further… no matter how grim.
Theme music is by Daryl Banner: https://darylbanner.bandcamp.com/
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Music used in this episode:
Governor Of The North by Jo Wandrini
And We Walk After by Trevor Kowalski
Psalm by Anders Schill Paulsen
Onsen Ritual by Joseph Beg
Sea Terms by Alan Ellis
Aleph by Ciaran Delany
Sleeping Among Stars by Gavin Luke
Sources used for this episode:
Tim Rayborn, Beethoven’s Skull: Dark, Strange, and Fascinating Tales from the World of Classical Music and Beyond (New York: Skyhorse Publishing, 2016), 3-10.