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Folklore: A new Tolkien-kind-of-Icelandic-symphony

16 Oct 12 - 06:06 PM (#3420970)
Subject: Folklore: A new Tolkien-kind-of-Icelandic-symphony
From: GUEST,Sabbi

Have you seen this? http://bit.ly/TcuYhR

Hidden People is a 45 minute, 10 part musical composition which tells an original story based on a character found in Icelandic folklore called Thordur The Spellbreaker. The story takes place north of the Vatnajökull glacier in an area infused with stories of elves, trolls, spirits and otherworldly creatures. The story, told through music, is dynamic, mysterious, suspenseful, dramatic and should appeal to a broad age group.


16 Oct 12 - 06:58 PM (#3420995)
Subject: RE: Folklore: A new Tolkien-kind-of-Icelandic-symphony
From: ClaireBear

This is a subject that interests me, but I hesitate to follow a guest link where I don't even recognize the domain. Does anyone more savvy care to comment?


16 Oct 12 - 07:22 PM (#3421003)
Subject: RE: Folklore: A new Tolkien-kind-of-Icelandic-symphony
From: Commander Crabbe

ClaireBear

Just been there, the site is ok. It looks like they are seeking funding for the project.

CC


16 Oct 12 - 07:50 PM (#3421025)
Subject: RE: Folklore: A new Tolkien-kind-of-Icelandic-symphony
From: ClaireBear

Thank you!
C


16 Oct 12 - 07:50 PM (#3421026)
Subject: RE: Folklore: A new Tolkien-kind-of-Icelandic-symphony
From: Jack Campin

The expanded link is http://alpha.karolinafund.com/project/view/4

There is an embedded video at https://vimeo.com/51216703

Doesn't do a whole lot for me but it seems harmless enough.