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The '''Noldolantë''', meaning "The Fall of the Noldor", was a lament composed by [[Maglor]], a famed minstrel and the second son of [[Fëanor]].  The song told of Fëanor's rebellion against the [[Valar]], in which Maglor himself took part, and the exile of the [[Noldor]] from [[Aman]].  Within the lament was the story of the [[Kinslaying at Alqualondë|Kinslaying]] at [[Alqualondë]], in which Fëanor led the first slaying of [[Elves]] by Elves in the history of that people.<ref>{{S|Flight}}</ref>
 
The '''Noldolantë''', meaning "The Fall of the Noldor", was a lament composed by [[Maglor]], a famed minstrel and the second son of [[Fëanor]].  The song told of Fëanor's rebellion against the [[Valar]], in which Maglor himself took part, and the exile of the [[Noldor]] from [[Aman]].  Within the lament was the story of the [[Kinslaying at Alqualondë|Kinslaying]] at [[Alqualondë]], in which Fëanor led the first slaying of [[Elves]] by Elves in the history of that people.<ref>{{S|Flight}}</ref>
  
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Jenny Dolfen - Noldolante

The Noldolantë, meaning "The Fall of the Noldor", was a lament composed by Maglor, a famed minstrel and the second son of Fëanor. The song told of Fëanor's rebellion against the Valar, in which Maglor himself took part, and the exile of the Noldor from Aman. Within the lament was the story of the Kinslaying at Alqualondë, in which Fëanor led the first slaying of Elves by Elves in the history of that people.[1]

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  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Silmarillion, "Quenta Silmarillion: Of the Flight of the Noldor"