Posted by Kate Phizackerley on Monday, November 09, 2009

Nefertiti is still in the news on all the blogs but most of us are probably getting a bit bored of the ownership dispute so I wanted to offer my readers something Nefertiti related, but completely different  ...

Sue Casson is  a singer-songwriter who was a neighbour of Dr Nicholas Reeves at Chiddingstone Castle during the period of the Armana Royal Tombs excavations to the Valley of the Kings (1998 and 2002) . Hearing his stories and seeing the pictures, Sue wrote a number of songs inspired by Egyptology and excavation, as did her performing partner, including Last Call for Nefertiti

You can hear them yourself. 

Some of you might already be familiar with some of the tracks as free CDs of Sue Casson and The Branncik Academy were given out to visistors to the O2 Tutankhamun exhibition.  However, in honour of the believed-discovery of Tomb KV64 in the Valley of the Kings, new tracks have been added.  Sue writes:

In honour of this imminent discovery, Brannick & I have taken to opportunity to add some new tracks to our page, including the previously unreleased 'The Curse' and 'Collector's Serenade', together with photos taken when we were filming in Luxor. I hope you like them. And er.... watch this space!



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