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An Evening in Rivendell
An evening in rivendell albumcover
Studio Album by Tolkien Ensemble
Released 30. September 1997
Recorded 1997 at Focus Recording in Copenhagen
Genre Classical
Length 67:49
Label Classico Records
Producer(s) WikipediaMorten Ryelund Sørensen
Tolkien Ensemble chronology
An Evening in Rivendell
(1997)
A Night in Rivendell
(1999)


An Evening In Rivendell is the first album by the Danish group The Tolkien Ensemble. It features songs composed to the lyrics found in J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings and thus forms the first part of what was to become a complete musical interpretation of all lyrics in The Lord of the Rings.

Track listing Edit

  1. "Verse of the Rings" (Caspar Reiff) - 4.06
  2. "The Old Walking Song, The Road..." (Caspar Reiff) - 4.58
  3. "Tom Bombadil's Song, Hey dol! Merry dol!" (Peter Hall) - 5.40
  4. "There is an inn, a merry old inn..." (Caspar Reiff and Peter Hall) - 4.58
  5. "Song of Beren and Lúthien" (Caspar Reiff) - 7.59
  6. "Galadriel's Song of Eldamar, I sang of leaves" (Caspar Reiff) - 6.23
  7. "Elven Hymn to Elbereth Gilthoniel, Snow-white! Snow-white!" (Caspar Reiff) - 5.31
  8. "The Ent and the Ent-wife" (Caspar Reiff) - 7.45
  9. "Sam's Rhyme of the Troll" (Peter Hall) - 5.19
  10. "Galadriel's Song of Eldamar, Ai! Laurië lantar..." (Caspar Reiff) - 6.10
  11. "Sam's Song in the Orc-tower" (Caspar Reiff and Peter Hall) - 5.20
  12. "The Old Walking Song, The Road...,Reprise" (Caspar Reiff) - 2.41

CreditsEdit

  • Peter Hal - vocal, guitar, harmonica, penny-whistle, Frodo, Sam and Tom Bombadil
  • Caspar Reiff - guitar
  • Morten Ryelund Sørensen - violin
  • Øyvind Ougaard - Accordion
  • Morten Ernst Lassen - Aragorn
  • Signe Asmussen - Galadriel and Ent-wife
  • Mads Thiemann - Bilbo and Ent
  • Ole Jegindø Norup - Gildor
  • Melene Nordtorp - Goldberry
  • Torben H. S. Svendsen - double-bass
  • Peter Halaburt - oboe
  • Jesper Korneliussen - Vibraphone, Marimba, bells and chimes
  • Mette Tjærby - violin
  • Anne Eltard - folk-violin
  • Tom McEwan - percussion, spoons and dishes
  • Maria Boelskov - harp
  • Michael Friis - bass
  • Berit Johanson - piano
  • Nina Reintoft - cello
  • The Commotio quartet: Morten Ryelund, Mette Tjærby, Jørgen Eyvind Hansen and Nina Reintoft
  • Male choir: Steffen Bruun, Johnny Johansen, Anders Holte, Björn Tengstrand, Frank Sylvan, Morten Clausen, Jacob Ægidius, Morten Ryelund Sørensen, Torben Eskildsen and Caspar Reiff

ProductionEdit

  • Musical Director: Morten Ryelund Sørensen
  • Producers: Caspar Reiff, Peter Hall and Morten Ryelund Sørensen
  • Engineering: Hans Nielsen and Saqib
  • Cover Illustration: Queen Margrethe 2. of Denmark
  • Cover Design: Dan Eggers and Connie B. Berentzen

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