‘The song epitomised Titanic, its beauty and its loss’ – Ellie Stevenson, The Undercover Soundtrack
My guest this week has a haunting tale with two timelines, one in the present and one aboard the magnificently doomed RMS Titanic. She first had the idea from a water effect in a Madonna album track, and when research turned up a song in the White Star Line orchestra repertoire, that piece became a signature for the characters and their loss. She is Ellie Stevenson and she’s on the Red Blog talking about the Undercover Soundtrack for Ship of Haunts: The Other Titanic Story.
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