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Music inspired by the writings of J.R.R. Tolkien. Performed on ancient and modern instruments by The Fellowship (featuring [[Jon Anderson]], [[Caitlín Elizabeth]], [[Adam Pike]], et. al)
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[[File:inelvenlands.jpg|thumb|right|''In Elven Lands'' Cover]]
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'''''In Elven Lands''''' is an album by [[The Fellowship (band)|The Fellowship]], released on [[31 January]] [[2006]]. The music is inspired by the writings of [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] and performed on ancient and modern instruments.
  
*Recorded between December 1998 and August 2005
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==Track Listing==
*Oficial homepage: [http://inelvenlands.com]
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# Tîr Im
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# Dan Barliman's Jig
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# Silver Bowl
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# Man in the Moon
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# Verse to Elbereth Gilthoníel
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# Eléchoi
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# Beware the Wolf
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# Oromë: Lord of the Hunt
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# Creation Hymn
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# When Dûrin Woke
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# Eala Earendel
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# Sacred Stones
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# Battle of Evermore
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# Blood of Kings
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# Verses to Elbereth Gilthoníel
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# Evening Star
  
[[CATEGORY:Music]]
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==External links==
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* '''[http://inelvenlands.com Official website]'''
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[[Category:Albums]]

Revision as of 13:36, 28 October 2012

File:Inelvenlands.jpg
In Elven Lands Cover

In Elven Lands is an album by The Fellowship, released on 31 January 2006. The music is inspired by the writings of J.R.R. Tolkien and performed on ancient and modern instruments.

Track Listing

  1. Tîr Im
  2. Dan Barliman's Jig
  3. Silver Bowl
  4. Man in the Moon
  5. Verse to Elbereth Gilthoníel
  6. Eléchoi
  7. Beware the Wolf
  8. Oromë: Lord of the Hunt
  9. Creation Hymn
  10. When Dûrin Woke
  11. Eala Earendel
  12. Sacred Stones
  13. Battle of Evermore
  14. Blood of Kings
  15. Verses to Elbereth Gilthoníel
  16. Evening Star

External links