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‘At Dawn in Rivendell’ Review

May 13, 2003 at 9:58 pm by xoanon  - 

Michael Cunningham from the Tolkien Society (UK) sends along this review of ‘At Dawn in Rivendell’ featuring Christopher Lee (Saruman). Amidst the respective wakes of commercial flotsam and heated discourse which marked the paths left by Peter Jackson’s cinematically interpretative forays into Middle Earth rises the latest release from the Tolkien Ensemble. Entitled ‘At Dawn in Rivendell’ this release is the penultimate installation of a tetrad of works by the Ensemble which began in 1995 with ‘ An Evening in Rivendell’, followed with ‘ A Night in Rivendell’ in 2000. The extant works saw fruition through the musical alliance of Caspar Reiff and Peter Hall. [More]

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