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Exclusive ‘In Elven Lands’ Track Preview & Art

January 21, 2006 at 11:37 am by xoanon  - 

Carvin writes: Attached, I’m sending you a fourth and final track for you to review from the Voiceprint Records (UK) release “In Elven Lands.” This is our setting of the “Song of Durin” that Gimli sings in Moria. As with much of the album, the harmonies are based on the ancient pythagorean principal of “Organum” which predates chordal harmonies by at least two thousand years. The rhythm is derived from Tolkien’s lyrics. Also, here is a .jpg of a piece of the concept art for the upcoming Voiceprint Records (UK) Release, “In Elven Lands.” A flat (2D) version of the art ended up on the album. These illuminated pages are lyrics from the songs “Tir Im” and “Verses to Elbereth Gilthoniel.” The “Elbereth” page features an illustration of the “Sicle of the Valar” while the “Tir Im” page shows the Misty Mountains with Caradhras in the middle. [More]

Posted in Music, Old Main News on January 21, 2006 by

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