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4.00 | 25 ratings | 2 reviews | 32% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2006

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Tîr Im (2:08)
2. Dan Barliman's Jig (4:28)
3. Silver Bowl (2:06)
4. Man in the Moon (3:01)
5. Verse to Elbereth Gilthoníel (1:59)
6. Eléchoi (3:57)
7. Beware the Wolf (5:18)
8. Oromë: Lord of the Hunt (5:06)
9. Creation Hymn (3:28)
10. When Dûrin Woke (4:06)
11. Eala Earendel (2:07)
12. Sacred Stones (5:07)
13. Battle of Evermore (6:41)
14. Blood of Kings (4:16)
15. Verses of Elbereth Gilthoníel (4:55)
16. Evening Star (4:09)

Total Time: 62:52


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Line-up / Musicians

- Jon Anderson / vocals, intstruments

- Adam Pike / Percussion, Vocals, Producer, Mixing, Group Member, Hand Percussion
- Eddie Freeman / Guitar, Background Vocals
- Patrick Delaney / Bass Drums, Vocals, Ashiko Drum, Group Member, Snar Drums, Darbouka, Tom-Tom
- Caitlín Elizabeth / Cello, Group Member, Rebec, Bells, Vocals
- Stefan Kac / tuba
- Carvin Knowles / flute, harp, lute, recorder, group member, slide trumpet, mixing, crumhorn, oud, bells, vocals (background), vocals, oboe, French horn, gong, bass clarinet, trumpet, percussion
- Susan Skup / vocals
- Kate St. Píerre / vocals
- David Uebersax / trombone
- Ethan James / hurdygurdy

Releases information

The Album is called "In Elven Lands" by a Group called "The Fellowship" which appears to be a loose collection of international recording artists, musicologists and world-musicians, featuring guest-star Jon Anderson.

CD United States Of Distribution LTD USD658 (2006)

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5 stars "In Elven Lands... a musicological reconstruction inspired by the myths, poetry, and linguistic works of Professor J.R.R. Tolkien," reads the first page of the liner notes, after opening the case past mediaeval-style elvish poems. In Elven Lands accomplishes it's goal more fully than many similar ... (read more)

Report this review (#308831) | Posted by Earendil | Sunday, November 07, 2010 | Review Permanlink

4 stars Guest-Star Jon Anderson lights up this unusual work that attempts to "reconstruct" the ancient music of J.R.R. Tolkien's "Middle Earth." Strange as it sounds, that's what they really did. But beyond all the early-music practices and original instruments, this album is unmistakeably progres ... (read more)

Report this review (#72368) | Posted by Elen Sila | Monday, March 20, 2006 | Review Permanlink

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