New in Music?
June 25, 2009
New music: Telerilindalė:
The Lay of the Last by Arth-(T). Lyrics.
This link goes to his Blogspot
including his own vocals, keyboarding, and lyrics for the first
part of this poem.
Feb. 11, 2008
New music: Luthien's Spell by Marc
Fawcett aka Glorfindel-(V).
This link plays directly on your browser's player or may be
using "Save As" in the menu at the top of your browser. 7.2 MB.
We are having a space problem and may need to
different server (s) to host the music files. Links from these
will be changed if we do, so you can still find the music.
Feb. 10, 2008
New music! Nan Curunir by
Marc Fawcett aka Glorfindel-(V).
This link is for the page that includes both the mp3 and
Changed the site format somewhat for
user's reading and easier location (for the webmaster) of files.
Feb. 7, 2008
Links added into the rest of the site.
Feb. 5, 2008
Reworked the pages, added "Sending
Music", put in links so the pages may now be used.
Separate Author's Pages will be added later,
same as for the rest of the Tolkien Site.
Links into the rest of the site will be added
Frames will be added later.
Feb. 3, 2008
Tested the music at the Sunday Meeting
Valar Guild. From the test results, the decision was that for
pages should use a link to the music piece so the user's
player will operate the music. More bells and whistles can be
later. One version of Internet Explorer gave only a blank page,
another version had no trouble. Firefox and Netscape had no
January 30, 2008
The music page was begun.
The Fall of Nargothrond
(moved)- instrumental mp3, composed by Glorfindel-(V). Shifted
link location to The Fall of Nargothrond Feb.
10, 2008. 6.8 MB. Glorfindel-(V) was not satisfied with the
piece and requested that it be removed July 26, 2020.
January 29, 2008
After discussion on AIM in a side window
Sunday's Valar Guild meeting, Glorfindel told of two pieces of
music that he had made inspired by Tolkien. Varda offered to
them and see if they were good enough to warrant starting a new
section. Glorfindel sent in his instrumental, "The Fall of
Nargothrond", and the answer is "Yes!". Glorfindel is currently
more on the other piece with written poetry/lyrics.