In search of lost media

  1. Media lost to you
  2. Media lost to the public
  3. Media lost to the universe

1. Media lost to you

  • It was from the late 19th or early 20th century, and was not a classic aria but some kind of “art song
  • The story told in the song was some trippy nonsense about a faun seducing a woman
  • It was in French

2. Media lost to the public

3. Media lost to the universe

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