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Dragon's Prophet<p class="ecxMsoNormal"><span lang="EN-GB">Hey </span><span lang="EN-GB"><span style="font-size: 13px; font-family: arial,sans,sans-serif; color: #000000; text-align: left;">Host of the Silver Star</span>,</span></p><br />
<p class="ecxMsoNormal"><span lang="EN-GB">I’m a community representative at Infernum Productions, working on the MMORPG Dragon’s Prophet. Have you heard of Dragon’s Prophet or had a chance to play it yet?</span></p><br />
<p class="ecxMsoNormal"><span lang="EN-GB">We are looking for guilds who want to experience our latest guild Citadel system released to the public on September 18 and help to improve and polish the game. </span></p><br />
<p class="ecxMsoNormal"><span lang="EN-GB">For a preview of the new Citadel system, we have a video here: <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUs1rxiulm8" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUs1rxiulm8</a></span></p><br />
<p class="ecxMsoNormal"><span lang="EN-GB">Or get a brief overview of the game features here: <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AsDYKYzpQJw" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AsDYKYzpQJw</a></span></p><br />
<p class="ecxMsoNormal"><span lang="EN-GB">You can reach out to me any time at <a href="mailto:mrider@infernum.com">mrider@infernum.com</a> or register and download the game client for free, here: </span><span lang="EN-GB" style="font-size: 10.0pt; line-height: 115%; font-family: 'Arial','sans-serif'; color: black;"><a href="http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.dragonspropheteurope.com/en/?rid%3D475&usd=2&usg=ALhdy2-klYjCA_D2Tn_YEv2DjMl0Pm1CiA" target="_blank">http://www.dragonspropheteurope.com/en/?rid=475</a></span></p><br />
<p class="ecxMsoNormal"><span lang="EN-GB">May the dragon gods watch over you,<br /> Matt “Zalmah” Rider</span></p>
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http://celebigil.guildlaunch.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=34871198&gid=272285#34871198Thu, 7 Nov 2013 08:50:03 -0500Art<p>It's almost Halloween and I decided to do a drawing to commemorate this time of year - the season of fear!</p><br />
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<p>A mixed-media drawing of the Nazgul (Ringwraith from The Lord of the Rings). I was inspired to do this after seeing the movies again and because the Nazgul are pretty scary! I figured it would be a good drawing to commemorate Halloween this year. I finished this in a day, but it was a huge chunk of the day constantly working. I'd say about 8 hours. I listened to the movie soundtracks cued for the wraiths to keep me working. Most of the drawing is done with only two fat, charcoal sticks. I used HB for the initial contours and 6B for the armored hands and dagger, as well as to fill in the gaps that the charcoal sticks couldn't fill in. To fill in the empty space around him I used the charcoal sticks and a paper napkin as a chamois! Sadly a good quarter of the drawing was cut out on the left because of my small scanner. From now on I think I'll make a frame and work in a smaller space to avoid this issue in the future. Still, despite the issues and time consumption, this was one of the most fun drawings I've done in awhile.</p><br />
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<p>EDIT: By the way Guth, I haven't forgotten you, I've just got artists' block when it comes to Guthmyr. I'm looking around for inspiration, plus you'd be surprised how hard it is to find a good reference of Chris Hemsworth as well as Rohirrim armor. I made a few sketches of him in action but none of them came out right. I promise I'll have something for you eventually!</p>
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http://celebigil.guildlaunch.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=34797441&gid=272285#34797441Sun, 27 Oct 2013 02:56:19 -0400Couldn't do it<p>UPDATE 10/25</p><br />
<p>THERE AND BACK AGAIN...</p><br />
<p>Well that didn't last long, after talking to an old friend and hearing of the possible return of some good buddies my hopes are once again on the rise. This old Ranger will keep his post for now, cynical and skeptic but here all the same. </p><br />
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<p><a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMInqyumZ3I&list=PLPEfOT9e85tHNLE70Tf47lsC2whLly4vy&index=37"> </a></p>
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http://celebigil.guildlaunch.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=34754969&gid=272285#34754969Sun, 20 Oct 2013 21:22:15 -0400Anyone around?Oh good, I'm glad you've got some inspiration for me. I was sorely tempted to draw Isi like Oprah, or maybe Queen Latifah. <img src="/forums/images/smiles/icon_wink.gif" alt="wink" border="0" /> <br />
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Post them in the 'art' thread I made so that I know where to go for them.
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http://celebigil.guildlaunch.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=34525714&gid=272285#34525714Wed, 18 Sep 2013 11:11:10 -0400Helm's DeepHELM'S DEEP AUHGAUGSUASG
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http://celebigil.guildlaunch.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=33404689&gid=272285#33404689Wed, 24 Apr 2013 09:19:01 -0400Lord of the Rings Soundtrack re-interpretedI really liked the last bit of their LOTR reinterpretation. I looked at some of their other stuff, it was pretty good!
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http://celebigil.guildlaunch.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=32641464&gid=272285#32641464Wed, 23 Jan 2013 09:01:31 -0500A Horn SoundsSo I got a little messed up, and gave two possible dates for the event. It is to take place this Saturday, 19/01. Not the 26th. I fixed it in the original post too. Cheers
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http://celebigil.guildlaunch.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=32580140&gid=272285#32580140Wed, 16 Jan 2013 06:01:35 -0500What a teaser...A mist hung over the dark fens of a red wood the likes of which Turchon did not know. Yet he walked on, defenseless and nearly nude. All that covered his body was a pair of tattered leather leggings and an intricate array of warpaint bearing symbols and runes he could not discern. Though the man was confused his actions were swift and decisive. Through the bush he stalked and the trees and the water, more akin to beast then man. And as he came deeper into the woods he heard it again, the screams and the howling of men and women in pain. They sang loud and clear, pleading for their lives and dying in pain all at once. But Turchon did not dwell on this he instead quickened his pace and came to a darting sprint through the woods, his form ducking between trees and shrubs until he came to a clearing free of mist.<br />
In the center stood another man, alone and shirtless in much the same fashion as Turchon. But this man was different, he was pale and darker of hair. And his body was not filled with paint but cruel and maze like tattoos. And it was these marks that Turchon recognized for they were the marks of his enemy, the angmarim. And just as Turchon realized this the man turned, his face revealing a familiar wicked smile <br />
"And so you come ranger... Nay, Orendir."<br />
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the man took a few steps toward Turchon, his dark gaze fixed upon his hated enemy and his hands locked behind his back.<br />
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"Or have you finally deemed yourself ill bearing on the name of your house?" <br />
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the man drew within an arms length of Turchon and leaned in to say at only a whisper- "They have." <br />
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And then swifter then the eye could see it the man thrusted a dagger into Turchon's midsection and turned its jagged edge to carve through his form, taking the blade in both hands he spilled the contents of Turchon's chest and stomach across the clearing and fell into a fit of wicked laughter as he watched the man fall to his knees...<br />
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But Turchon saw none of this, he felt no pain, his eyes were closed for the mist was too heavy now for sight and his mind too clouded to form images. All he could think of, all he could hear were the screams and pleading, the slashing of swords and spears into flesh and through bone, and then just as the noise grew unbearable Turchon let out a howl of pain and let open his eyes...<br />
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They saw first the face of an old man full of beard and age, though weathered paint could be seen and his long hair adorned many beads and trinkets. The man placed a hand on Turchon's forehead and said in a deep and rythmic voice<br />
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"The trail of blood lays before this Duvodiad."
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http://celebigil.guildlaunch.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=32557369&gid=272285#32557369Sun, 13 Jan 2013 12:42:55 -0500Weapons and ArmorI like medieval weapons and armor alot, and I've learned a bit more about them over time. I thought I'd share a bit of what I know with the alliance for people who might not know about medieval combat and the vast array of wonderfully nasty weapons or shiny armor of the middle ages. <br />
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Future posts coming when I have the time to write them.
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http://celebigil.guildlaunch.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=32546154&gid=272285#32546154Fri, 11 Jan 2013 18:53:46 -0500Roleplaying in other worlds...None. It's hard enough to make time for Lotro as it is.
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http://celebigil.guildlaunch.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=32503865&gid=272285#32503865Sun, 6 Jan 2013 18:08:41 -0500Happy 2013!!!Indeed, Happy New Year to all!<br />
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Also, yay, first post of 2013!
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http://celebigil.guildlaunch.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=32465591&gid=272285#32465591Tue, 1 Jan 2013 11:46:18 -0500Merry ChristmasIndeed! Happy Holidays to all!
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http://celebigil.guildlaunch.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=32438691&gid=272285#32438691Thu, 27 Dec 2012 13:42:52 -0500APPROVED - App: Kerraz - by GuthmyrThe application submitted by Kerraz is as follows:
</span><table width="90%" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="3" border="0" align="center"><tr><td><span class="genmed"><b>Quote:</b></span></td></tr><tr><td class="quote"><span style="font-weight: bold">Are you applying for membership as a Kinship Leader wanting membership for your entire kinship? Or are you applying for membership with the site as a member of a kinship that is already a part of the Community?:</span>
Applying for membership as a member of Company of the White Tree
<span style="font-weight: bold">What is your in-game Character name?:</span>
Tarthamir
<span style="font-weight: bold">What class are you?:</span>
Captain
<span style="font-weight: bold">What is your current level?:</span>
85
<span style="font-weight: bold">What is the name of the kinship you are applying for membership with?:</span>
Company of the White Tre
<span style="font-weight: bold">Are you the Leader of that Kinship?:</span>
No
<span style="font-weight: bold">Please give us a detailed background about your kinship and its history as a Roleplaying Kinship.. (Note: Only Roleplaying Kinships may apply for membership with the community.):</span>
A Company of Gondorian soldiers journeying back south after a mission in Eriador
<span style="font-weight: bold">Do you have any experience as a Raid Leader in Lord of the Rings Online?:</span>
No
<span style="font-weight: bold">Do you have any experience as a Player vs Player Raid Leader in Lord of the Rings Online?:</span>
No
<span style="font-weight: bold">Do you do Player vs Player as a Monsterplayer or as a Free Peoples?:</span>
Neither
<span style="font-weight: bold">Have you read and accept to the Terms and Conditions of membership in the Alliance?:</span>
Yes
<span style="font-weight: bold">Do you agree to be held accountable for the actions of any of your members and accept judgement from the Alliance Council of Kinship Leaders, knowing that the maximum punishment of any violation of the Code of Conduct or Terms and Conditions could re:</span>
Yes
<span style="font-weight: bold">Do you have any other questions for the Alliance Council of Kinship Leaders that need to be answered before we review your application?:</span>
No
<span style="font-weight: bold">Is there anything further you want to add to any of your answers or responses at this time?:</span>
No
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http://celebigil.guildlaunch.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=32358329&gid=272285#32358329Sat, 15 Dec 2012 12:05:41 -0500APPROVED - App: Kendansa - by The Man With No NameThe application submitted by Kendansa is as follows:
</span><table width="90%" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="3" border="0" align="center"><tr><td><span class="genmed"><b>Quote:</b></span></td></tr><tr><td class="quote"><span style="font-weight: bold">Are you applying for membership as a Kinship Leader wanting membership for your entire kinship? Or are you applying for membership with the site as a member of a kinship that is already a part of the Community?:</span>
I'm a member of most of the kins, but I got kicked from the Bloodline site and lost access here. I'm in White Tree, TeF, and Eored.
<span style="font-weight: bold">What is your in-game Character name?:</span>
Caterine, Flandre, Faiza, Faeloss
<span style="font-weight: bold">What class are you?:</span>
Hunter, Warden, Guard, Burg
<span style="font-weight: bold">What is your current level?:</span>
85, 40, 18, 21
<span style="font-weight: bold">What is the name of the kinship you are applying for membership with?:</span>
Company of the White Tree, Theryn en Forod, Eored of the East-Mark
<span style="font-weight: bold">Are you the Leader of that Kinship?:</span>
No, no, and no.
<span style="font-weight: bold">Please give us a detailed background about your kinship and its history as a Roleplaying Kinship.. (Note: Only Roleplaying Kinships may apply for membership with the community.):</span>
Er, those kins are already part of the alliance, so...
<span style="font-weight: bold">Do you have any experience as a Raid Leader in Lord of the Rings Online?:</span>
Nope.
<span style="font-weight: bold">Do you have any experience as a Player vs Player Raid Leader in Lord of the Rings Online?:</span>
Nope.
<span style="font-weight: bold">Do you do Player vs Player as a Monsterplayer or as a Free Peoples?:</span>
Nope
<span style="font-weight: bold">Have you read and accept to the Terms and Conditions of membership in the Alliance?:</span>
Yes
<span style="font-weight: bold">Do you agree to be held accountable for the actions of any of your members and accept judgement from the Alliance Council of Kinship Leaders, knowing that the maximum punishment of any violation of the Code of Conduct or Terms and Conditions could re:</span>
Yes
<span style="font-weight: bold">Do you have any other questions for the Alliance Council of Kinship Leaders that need to be answered before we review your application?:</span>
Erm, is it true that Bloodline is disbanding?
<span style="font-weight: bold">Is there anything further you want to add to any of your answers or responses at this time?:</span>
I don't suppose it is possible to just be an ally as a single character and not an entire kin...
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http://celebigil.guildlaunch.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=32355209&gid=272285#32355209Fri, 14 Dec 2012 22:29:29 -0500The House of Orendir<span style="font-weight: bold"><span style="font-size: 18px; line-height: normal">~The House of Orendir~</span></span><br />
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<span style="font-style: italic">Of old there was Númenor, then Arnor and later Arthedain... Ever have the sons of Orendir defended their Kings. Such was the motto of House Orendir, and its first head- Orendir I. This tome is to hold the compiled history of his exploits, and those of his descendants. As was decreed by Orenchal, eldest son of Orendir I, who succeeded his father as the head of House Orendir. <br />
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Orendir was not at first but the name of a single man. Of his childhood in Númenor little is known, save that his father was a widely respected advisor to the Kings in the court at Armenelos in its final years and that his mother was a woman of great beauty, so much so that she was often compared to the Ruling Queens of Númenor, and also to the vaunted and much-loved Erendis Tar-Elestirnë, wife of Tar-Aldarion the sixth King. The marriage between Orendir’s parents was a widely celebrated affair, for those were days of less evil, when Ar-Pharazôn had soon become the King. It was said that both he and his cousin Amandil attended the celebrations, as well as the Lord of Rómenna at the time, a proud and honourable man called Azruzîr, but whom the Elendíli named Eärnil. What is known for certain is that ten years into their marriage the couple had a son, and after much debate they chose to name him Orendir. <br />
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The boy most certainly spent his childhood in and out of Armenelos, the seat of power to the Kings of Númenor, though records tell of a home in Forostar to the north. The work of Orendir’s father kept his parents close to Armenelos almost year round. This was a blessing, for living in the most populated region of Númenor gave Orendir access to the best schooling and training, and allowed him from an early age to witness the politics of the King’s court and hear the opinions and thoughts of some of Númenor’s most prominent figures. As the years waned on, Orendir’s father remained an avid supporter of direct contact with the lands to the east, the Middle-earth from whence came the fathers of the Númenóreans after the defeat of the Great Darkness, and the elves who dwelt there. He also remained in close contact with Amandil, Lord of Andúnië (who by decree of the King could no longer dwell in the bay of Eldanna), and his supporters throughout the years, often acting as a constant counsellor to their exploits. So it was that he was counted high amongst the Elendíli. <br />
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Though his trainers are unknown to us, and no records remain of his schooling, on his twenty eighth birthday Orendir became an assistant to his aging father (for he was over one hundred and twelve years of age, having married late as was the custom amongst the men of Númenor). Due to his young age, Orendir was most likely a messenger between different factions and houses for which his father spoke. Aside from his duties he was recorded to have been a talented duelist, winning many events and contests in his younger years, and receiving many offers to join those who sailed to Middle-earth. But he turned them down for many years in an effort to be near to his father and mother, who had no other children and adored their only son greatly. <br />
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In the year 3261 of the Second Age, the twenty-fifth King of Númenor, Ar-Pharazôn, took notice of Sauron’s assault on the Númenórean settlements in the south of Middle-earth and word reached him of Sauron’s vow to drive the Númenóreans into the Sea, and, if possible, attain the destruction of the Isle of Kings. Thus the King gathered to himself a great host and sailed to Middle-earth, landing in the haven of Umbar. From there the King and his army marched northwards to Mordor. Their splendour and might was so great that Sauron's own servants deserted him. And the Dark Lord, perceiving that the Númenóreans could not be conquered through strength of arms, changed into the fairest form he could conceive, and humbled himself before Ar-Pharazôn. The King stripped Sauron of his titles and decreed that he would be taken as a hostage to Númenor, so as to prevent his servants from harassing the Númenóreans in Middle-earth. <br />
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During this period, Orendir and his family remained in Númenor and anxiously awaited the return of the King and his men. When they finally did come home there was great celebration in Númenor, throughout its five provinces, and especially in Arandor. It was in the following three years that Sauron corrupted the minds of the King and his followers to such an extent that he became the chief advisor in Ar-Pharazôn’s council. All other councillors sought to fall into his good graces, but Orendir and his father were so disgusted by this act that they abandoned their stations within the king’s court and moved north to their estate in Forostar. Being of a wealthy family they simply retired from any open duties and watched as the people of Númenor became divided once more, and Sauron's influence increased swiftly. It was during these years that Orendir met Lendglir. She was the only daughter of a wealthy widow, who had long since lived in Eriador, across the eastern seas. Lendglir was beautiful and often described as fierce spirited and outspoken, sometimes to a fault. Her presence in Númenor was assumed to be brief for her mother had heard tell of the goings on there and, being one of the Elendíli, wished to break all ties with the King and his Men. So she sent her daughter to see that their few affairs on the Island were handled, and that the grave of her father would be tended to even in their absence. Lendglir accepted the task grudgingly, for she had no desire to leave the lands she loved even for a short while. It was on a midsummer's night that they met one another, and this meeting was one recorded in great detail by Orendir himself, in one of his few writings that were preserved from the Downfall. <br />
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3261, A midsummer's night <br />
It was a fine night, as I recall. I had decided earlier in the month that I would take to the northern coasts of Forostar for a time and look upon the sea for some days. It was in truth a trivial task, as had been many tasks I had set for myself since leaving Armenelos. Nonetheless I made good time upon leaving the estate and arrived at the shores not long after my departure. Most of the beaches of Forostar lied beyond cliffs with few possible trails leading to the shores. It was one such cliff that I came upon early that afternoon. Having brought strong rope of good craft, and being then a brash man I thought it would be good sport to climb down the cliff and camp on the beach for a time. I found a strong tree, of the kind that was ever scarce in Forostar, and tied the rope to it. Slowly I began my descent down the cliff and was faring well until I stumbled upon several gull nests filled with eggs. Foolishly I thought these would make for a good meal when I settled below and began gathering them as a I continued down. Not long after my discovery several great gulls came flying from the northern seas, they circled above for a time and then began swooping down, pecking at me fiercely. I was in such a position that I could not drive them off, nor could I so quickly leave their nests. One such gull came and assaulted my face to the point I feared he would blind me. Running out of options and unable to stop the onslaught I decided to face the fall rather than the gulls and let go of the rope. I fell some twenty feet before I landed on the sands below. And the long drop threw me into unconsciousness for a time. I woke in the dead of night, though the moonlight shone brightly over the sea and beach. Then a sound came to my ears. At first I thought it was the sea or perhaps the gulls above. But as it grew louder it became clear that was a voice, a singing voice carried by the winds. I stood then, injured though I was, and made my way down the beach towards the voice. As I came closer its beauty became clearer, and I was quite taken with it. Pushing onwards a figure took form in the distance, as did her words, and I could see it was a woman, singing to the moon and the stars. <br />
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“Come to the valley where hearts may find peace <br />
Come to the valley for sorrow's release <br />
Your body is weary, you long for road's end <br />
Come to the vale where life sings on the wind. <br />
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Follow the white stones to our hidden halls <br />
Follow the bright star to Bruinen's falls <br />
Time doesn't pass here; your cares melt away <br />
Come to the valley, and taste Elder Days.” <br />
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I stopped for a time and listened to her song, the beauty of her voice and of her figure had stricken me at my heart, and I could do naught but listen. And, as her song died out, I approached. She turned upon me in an instant, taking me for some thief in the night. Dagger in hand she lunged at me, but swiftly I grabbed her wrist and lifted it aloft, the blade fell and our figures touched. She looked upon me then, covered in sand and wounds. Maybe she took pity on me, or maybe she too was stricken by the same feeling that drove me now, for she lead me to her fire and asked me many questions. I answered her as directly as I could though with some difficulty. For this woman had taken me aback with her beauty and words, I was truly at a loss of words for the first time in my life. But as she looked to some of my hurts, I began to find myself and we talked long that night of many things. She spoke of her home in Endor, and of the Eldar, her friends and teachers in the valley of Imladris. She told me of the death of her father and her purpose in Númenor, and how she intended to return home soon. And when she said so I recall my disappointment, to lose so soon that which I just had found. Nevertheless, I offered her to remain in my estate in Forostar, for so long as she remained in Númenor. And, to my surprise, and rekindling the hope in my heart, she accepted. So it was that she remained there for the next few months. But by then, my heart had become clear to her, and at last she decided to postpone her return to Endor. It was in the winter of 3318 that I asked her in betrothal, and to my deepest joy she accepted, for her heart too had turned towards me. We married at the first thaw of spring, and it was a private ceremony, to which only the closest kin attended. <br />
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This was one of the greatest joys for Orendir, but it would be followed by a time of great pain. The following year Orendir’s parents were taken from their estate while he and Lendglir were away, conferring with the son to the Ruling Lord of Rómenna, Arakhôr. His parents were offered as sacrifice to the Void by the King’s Men under Sauron's guidance. And after such horrible deed, Orendir cursed Sauron, and swore to exact vengeance upon him and his followers. And he would have gone to Armenelos itself, to kill the wicked King and his counsellor. But his wife was heavy with child, and she convinced him to forsake his vengeance, knowing it to be a foolhardy task, and one that no living man of Númenor could hope to accomplish. <br />
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It wasn’t long until Ar-Pharazôn, having completed the building of his Great Armada under Sauron’s advice, sailed west, breaking the Interdiction of the Valar and vying to take the Undying Lands for himself. And great storm clouds hanged above Númenor, and they had the shape of eagles, and lightning was upon their wings. So it was that the bewildered King set forth, never to be seen again by any mortal man. <br />
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But the Valar had not completely forsaken those who remained true in their hearts. For though the betrayal of Númenor could not be easily forgiven, still the Elendíli played no part in the follies of the Kings of the Isle of the Star. And Elendil, with his sons Isildur and Anárion, began gathering many treasures, and they prepared nine ships, upon which Elendil said he would journey to Middle-earth, never to return to Westernesse. And all was made ready, and they waited. They departed just as the Meneltarma burst into flames, in the year 3319 of the Second Age, and Elenna-nórë, Andor, Númenórë, The Star-wards Land, the Land of Gift, Westernesse of old song, perished forever from the world. But Elendil was spared, for his ships were thrown into the shores of Middle-earth, and there they would dwell until the end of days... <br />
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It was before this, however, that Orendir became gravely worried for the fate of Númenor and heard rumours that the Faithful had gathered under Elendil, son of Amandil, and were preparing to sail for the eastern shores of Middle-earth forever, fearing retribution from the Valar. Orendir resolved that this would be the best choice for him and his wife, he took what belongings he could from his estate and made swiftly for what he saw as their only hope. So, before Elendil and his ships departed, Orendir and Lendglir came upon the havens of Rómenna. But their journey was not unknown to all, and as they came upon the city walls, a man was there to greet them. He was stern of face, and his deep grey eyes revealed nothing about him. He was Arakhôr, son of Azruzîr and Ruling Lord of Rómenna like his father before him. But word was it that Azruzîr had gone with the King, alongside Arakhôr’s younger brothers, while the eldest of Azruzîr’s sons remained behind, not willing to take part in the follies of the King. And Arakhôr greeted Orendir and his wife, and welcomed them to Rómenna. <br />
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There would have been some concern on whether or not the Lord of Rómenna was Faithful at heart, but he proved a stalwart supporter of Elendil. And hearing of Orendir and his intentions of departing from Númenor forever, Arakhôr introduced Orendir to the Lord of Andúnië. Thus it was that Orendir met Elendil the Tall, son of Amandil. Almost by chance, Elendil recognized Orendir as a man once often seen about the court halls of Armenelos, until the coming of Sauron. Moreover, his father was marked a Faithful, honoured among them, and Elendil saw that Orendir was not of unlike mind. So, in the end Elendil granted Orendir leave to depart the forsaken land aboard his own ship. But still, the Lord of Andúnië tarried. And though Arakhôr, the lord of Rómenna, pleaded with him that he should depart, for Sauron had learned of their rebellion, still they remained. It was only when the banners of the King of Númenor were unfurled before the walls of Rómenna that Elendil committed to the Sea at last, and boarded his ship with those who would follow him. And into their flagship came Orendir and his wife. <br />
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But still they tarried. Sauron had no ships to board Elendil’s vessels, and so they were safe for the time being, but it seemed the Lord of Andúnië waited still for a sign. A sign that never came. Or perhaps there was no sign to be sent, but the doom that befell. For several days the ships remained, near to the ports of Rómenna, when disaster struck the Isle of Kings. Fire burst from the Meneltarma, and the seas were opened, and fair Númenórë was swallowed by the waters. There is no telling the sorrow of the men and women aboard the ships, for they had lost the greatest gift that their forebears were granted, for their valiant defiance of the Great Enemy in times long past. But soon their grief was turned to despair, for from the sinking of Númenor a great wave was formed, and it swept the nine ships of the Elendíli. <br />
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Many days of toil the Númenórean Exiles spent at sea, fighting the wrath of Ossë, deeming their imminent deaths to be the lesser of evils, for no pain could be greater than the loss of their beloved homeland. But still, the Powers had other fates reserved for the Faithful, other than the deep dark of the seas. So it was that, despite the violent winds and storms, that tore and broke the masts and sails of the ships, at last the nine ships saw land again...</span>
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http://celebigil.guildlaunch.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=32305891&gid=272285#32305891Sat, 8 Dec 2012 23:07:35 -0500Alliance SongbookSince I'll have to wake up early on both Sunday 9 and Monday 10 December, I'm not sure I can stay up late to attend the Alliance's Yule festivities (European all the way here), so I thought about contributing in a different way. And, after hours and hours of searching, tweaking and testing, I'm presenting you with a few Yule carols from Medieval and Renaissance Europe. The transcriptions from .midi to .abc are all my fault so, if something sounds wrong, blame me :p<br />
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<span style="font-weight: bold">The Boar's Head No.1</span> (Solo for Lute or Harp)<br />
</span><table width="90%" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="3" border="0" align="center"><tr><td><span class="genmed"><b>Quote:</b></span></td></tr><tr><td class="quote">T: The Boar's Head No. 1 (0:55)<br />
Z: Sequenced by Curtis Clark - Transcribed using LotRO MIDI Player: <a href="http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi" target="_blank">http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi</a> (Rohenien of Landroval)<br />
% Original file: yuleboarshead1.mid<br />
% Transpose: 0<br />
L: 1/4<br />
Q: 120<br />
K: C<br />
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g5/8 z/8 c'11/8 z/8 c' z/8 c'3/8 b5/8 z/8 c'5/8 z/8 g z/8 e3/8 f5/8<br />
z/8 f5/8 z/8 a z/8 f3/8 g z/8 g3/8 c'5/8 z/8 g3/8 g3/8 c'5/8 z/8<br />
c'3/8 c'3/8 c'5/8 z/8 c'5/8 z/8 b5/8 z/8 c'5/8 z/8 g z/8 e3/8 f5/8<br />
z/8 f5/8 z/8 a z/8 f3/8 g z/8 g3/8 c'11/8 z/8 [c'gec] z/8<br />
[c'3/8g3/8e3/8c3/8] [b5/8g5/8d5/8G5/8] z/8 [b5/8g5/8d5/8G5/8] z/8<br />
[c'5/8g5/8c5/8E5/8] z/8 [c'5/8g5/8c5/8E5/8] z/8<br />
[g11/8d11/8B11/8G11/8] z/8 [f5/8c5/8A5/8] z/8 [f5/8c5/8A5/8] z/8<br />
[afc5/8F5/8] z/8 [c5/8F5/8z3/8] f3/8 [gc5/8E5/8] z/8<br />
[d5/8B5/8G5/8z3/8] g3/8 [c'11/8e11/8G11/8C11/8] z/8 g5/8 z/8 c'11/8<br />
z/8 c'5/8 z/8 c'3/8 c'3/8 b5/8 z/8 c'5/8 z/8 g5/8 z/8 e3/8 e3/8 f5/8<br />
z/8 f5/8 z/8 a z/8 f3/8 g z/8 g3/8 c'5/8 z/8 g5/8 z/8 c' z/8 c'3/8<br />
c'5/8 z/8 c'3/8 c'3/8 b5/8 z/8 c'5/8 z/8 g z/8 e3/8 f5/8 z/8 f5/8 z/8<br />
a z/8 f3/8 g z/8 g3/8 c'11/8 z/8 [c'gec] z/8 [c'3/8g3/8e3/8c3/8]<br />
[b5/8g5/8d5/8G5/8] z/8 [b5/8g5/8d5/8G5/8] z/8 [c'5/8g5/8c5/8E5/8] z/8<br />
[c'5/8g5/8c5/8E5/8] z/8 [g11/8d11/8B11/8G11/8] z/8 [f5/8c5/8A5/8] z/8<br />
[f5/8c5/8A5/8] z/8 [afc5/8F5/8] z/8 [c5/8F5/8z3/8] f3/8 [gc5/8E5/8]<br />
z/8 [d5/8B5/8G5/8z3/8] g3/8 [c'11/8e11/8G11/8C11/8] z/8 g5/8 z/8<br />
c'5/8 z/8 c'5/8 z/8 c' z/8 c'3/8 b5/8 z/8 c'5/8 z/8 g z/8 e3/8 f5/8<br />
z/8 f5/8 z/8 a z/8 f3/8 g5/8 z/8 g5/8 z/8 c'5/8 z/8 g5/8 z/8 c'5/8<br />
z/8 c'5/8 z/8 c'5/8 z/8 c'3/8 c'3/8 b5/8 z/8 c'5/8 z/8 g z/8 e3/8<br />
f5/8 z/8 f5/8 z/8 a z/8 f3/8 g z/8 g3/8 c'11/8 z/8 [c'gec] z/8<br />
[c'3/8g3/8e3/8c3/8] [b5/8g5/8d5/8G5/8] z/8 [b5/8g5/8d5/8G5/8] z/8<br />
[c'5/8g5/8c5/8E5/8] z/8 [c'5/8g5/8c5/8E5/8] z/8<br />
[g11/8d11/8B11/8G11/8] z/8 [f5/8c5/8A5/8] z/8 [f5/8c5/8A5/8] z/8<br />
[afc5/8F5/8] z/8 [c5/8F5/8z3/8] f3/8 [gc5/8E5/8] z/8<br />
[d5/8B5/8G5/8z3/8] g3/8 [c'11/8e11/8G11/8C11/8] </td></tr></table><span class="postbody"><br />
<span style="font-weight: bold">The Boar's Head No.2</span> (Solo for Lute or Harp)<br />
</span><table width="90%" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="3" border="0" align="center"><tr><td><span class="genmed"><b>Quote:</b></span></td></tr><tr><td class="quote">X: 1<br />
T: The Boar's Head No. 2 (0:39)<br />
Z: Sequenced by Curtis Clark - Transcribed using LotRO MIDI Player: <a href="http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi" target="_blank">http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi</a> (Rohenien of Landroval)<br />
% Original file: yuleboarshead2.mid<br />
% Transpose: 0<br />
L: 1/4<br />
Q: 120<br />
K: C<br />
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[F5/8f5/8] z/8 [^A9/8^a3/2] z/8 ^A3/8 [d3/4^a9/8] z/8 d3/8<br />
[^d3/8^a3/8] [c5/8f5/8=a5/8] z/8 [^A3/4=d/2^a3/4] ^d3/8 [=Acf] z/8<br />
=d/2 [G5/8c3/8^d5/8] ^A3/8 [G3/4^d5/8z3/8] =A3/8 [G3/4^A/2g9/8] c3/8<br />
[G5/8=d3/8] ^d3/8 [^A3/4=d3/8f9/8] c/2 [=A5/8d3/8] [^d3/8f3/8]<br />
[^A5/8=d5/8^a5/8] z/8 f/2 f3/8 [^A5/8^a5/8] z/8 [^A3/8^a3/8]<br />
[^A/2^a/2] [^A5/8d5/8^a5/8] z/8 [c5/8^d5/8^a5/8] z/8 [c3/4f3/4=a3/4]<br />
z/8 [^A5/8=d3/8^a5/8] ^d3/8 [=A9/8c9/8f9/8] z/8 =d3/8 [G5/8c3/8^d5/8]<br />
^A3/8 [G7/8^d3/4z/2] =A3/8 [G5/8^A3/8g] c3/8 [G3/4=d3/8] ^d/2<br />
[^A5/8=d3/8f5/8] c3/8 [=A5/8d3/8f5/8] ^d3/8 [^A3/2=d3/2^a3/2] z/8<br />
[^A3/4^a9/8] z/8 [^A5/8z3/8] ^a3/8 [c5/8=a5/8] z/8 [c3/4a3/4] z/8<br />
[d5/8^a5/8] z/8 [d3/4^a3/4] z/8 [c11/8f11/8] z/8 [G/2g3/2^d3/4] =A3/8<br />
[^A3/8^d5/8] c3/8 [^A3/8g11/8] c/2 =d3/8 ^d3/8 [=d3/8f5/8] c3/8<br />
[^A/2f3/4] =A3/8 [^A11/8d11/8^a11/8] z/4 [F5/8f5/8] z/8 [^A9/8^a11/8]<br />
z/8 ^A3/8 [d5/8^a] z/8 d3/8 [^d/2^a/2] [c5/8f5/8=a5/8] z/8<br />
[^A5/8=d3/8^a5/8] ^d3/8 [=A9/8c9/8f9/8] z/8 =d3/8 [G3/4c3/8^d3/4]<br />
^A/2 [G3/4^d5/8z3/8] =A3/8 [G5/8^A3/8g9/8] c3/8 [G3/4=d/2] ^d3/8<br />
[^A5/8=d3/8f] c3/8 [=A3/4d3/8] [^d/2f/2] [^A5/8=d5/8^a5/8] z/8 f3/8<br />
f3/8 [^A3/4^a3/4] z/8 [^A3/8^a3/8] [^A3/8^a3/8] [^A3/4d3/4^a3/4] z/8<br />
[c5/8^d5/8^a5/8] z/8 [c5/8f5/8=a5/8] z/8 [^A3/4=d/2^a3/4] ^d3/8<br />
[=Acf] z/8 =d/2 [G5/8c3/8^d5/8] ^A3/8 [G3/4^d5/8z3/8] =A3/8<br />
[G3/4^A/2g9/8] c3/8 [G5/8=d3/8] ^d3/8 [^A3/4=d3/8f3/4] c/2<br />
[=A5/8d3/8f5/8] ^d3/8 [^A11/8=d11/8^a11/8] z/4 [^A5/8^a] z/8<br />
[^A3/4z3/8] ^a/2 [c5/8=a5/8] z/8 [c5/8a5/8] z/8 [d3/4^a3/4] z/8<br />
[d5/8^a5/8] z/8 [c11/8f11/8] z/4 [G3/8g11/8^d5/8] =A3/8 [^A/2^d3/4]<br />
c3/8 [^A3/8g11/8] c3/8 =d3/8 ^d/2 [=d3/8f5/8] c3/8 [^A3/8f5/8] =A3/8<br />
[^A3/2d3/2^a3/2] </td></tr></table><span class="postbody"><br />
<span style="font-weight: bold">Bring a Torch Jeanette, Isabella</span> (Solo for Lute or Harp)<br />
</span><table width="90%" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="3" border="0" align="center"><tr><td><span class="genmed"><b>Quote:</b></span></td></tr><tr><td class="quote">X: 1<br />
T: Bring a Torch Jeanette, Isabella (0:27)<br />
Z: Sequenced by Curtis Clark - Transcribed using LotRO MIDI Player: <a href="http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi" target="_blank">http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi</a> (Rohenien of Landroval)<br />
% Original file: yulebringatorchjeanetteisabella.mid<br />
% Transpose: -12<br />
L: 1/4<br />
Q: 90<br />
K: C<br />
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[d7/8g7/8B7/8G,7/8] z/8 [g3/8d3/8B3/8^F,3/8] z/8 [g/2e7/8B7/8E,7/8]<br />
^f3/8 z/8 [g3/8e3/8B3/8D,3/8] z/8 [a/2e7/8A7/8C,/2] [b/2B,/2]<br />
[c'3/8e3/8A3/8A,3/8] z/8 [b^f7/8d7/8D,] z/8 [a/4^f/4d/4C,/4] z/4<br />
[d7/8g7/8B,7/8] z/8 [g3/8d3/8B3/8B,3/8] z/8 [g/2e7/8B7/8E,7/8] ^f/4<br />
z/4 [g3/8e3/8B3/8D,3/8] z/8 [a/2eAC,] b/2 [a3/8^f3/8c3/8D,3/8] z/8<br />
[g7/8d7/8B7/8G,7/8] z5/8 [d7/8g7/8B,7/8] z/8 [d/4g/4B,/4] z/4<br />
[d7/8e/2A,] [c'/2^f/2] [b3/8g3/8d3/8G,3/8] z/8 [b/2gdB,] a/2<br />
[g3/8e3/8c3/8C,3/8] z/8 [gdBD,7/8] z/8 [^f/4d/4A/4D,/4] z/4<br />
[e/2A11/8C,11/8] ^f/2 [g3/8e3/8] z/8 [d7/8B7/8A/2B,7/8] ^F3/8 z/8<br />
[d3/8B3/8G3/8B,3/8] z/8 [c'7/8e7/8G/2A,7/8] c/2 [c'3/8g3/8e3/8A,3/8]<br />
z/8 [b^f7/8d7/8D,7/8] z/8 [a/4^f/4d/4C,/4] z/4 [g7/8d7/8G7/8B,7/8]<br />
z5/8 [a7/8^f7/8d7/8D,7/8] z5/8 [b/2g7/8d7/8G,7/8] c'/2<br />
[b3/8g3/8d3/8G,3/8] z/8 [a^f7/8d7/8^F,] z/8 [d3/8^f3/8D,3/8] z/8<br />
[b3/2g3/2d3/2G,3/2] [a11/8^f11/8c11/8D,11/8] z/8 [g7/8e7/8B7/8E,7/8]<br />
z5/8 [a7/8e7/8c7/8C,7/8] z5/8 [b/2g7/8dB,] c'/2 [b3/8g3/8e3/8C,3/8]<br />
z/8 [ag/4dD,7/8] z/4 [^f7/8z/2] [d3/8c/2D,3/8] z/8<br />
[g15/8d15/8B15/8G,15/8]</td></tr></table><span class="postbody"><br />
<span style="font-weight: bold">Coventry Carol</span> (Duet for Lute or Harp and Cowbell)<br />
<span style="font-style: italic">Lute/Harp part</span><br />
</span><table width="90%" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="3" border="0" align="center"><tr><td><span class="genmed"><b>Quote:</b></span></td></tr><tr><td class="quote">X: 1<br />
T: Coventry Carol (0:42)<br />
Z: Sequenced by Curtis Clark - Transcribed using LotRO MIDI Player: <a href="http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi" target="_blank">http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi</a> (Rohenien of Landroval)<br />
% Original file: yulecoventrycarol.mid<br />
% Transpose: 0<br />
L: 1/4<br />
Q: 120<br />
K: C<br />
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g7/8 z/8 g7/8 z/8 ^f7/8 z/8 g7/4 z/4 ^a7/8 z/8 =a/2 a/2 a7/8 z/8 g7/8<br />
z/8 ^f11/4 z/4 g7/8 z/8 a7/8 z/8 ^a7/8 z/8 c'7/8 z/8 =a7/4 z/4 b11/4<br />
z/4 g7/8 z/8 g7/8 z/8 ^f7/8 z/8 g7/4 z/4 ^a7/8 z/8 =a7/4 z/4 g7/8 z/8<br />
^f11/4 z/4 g7/8 z/8 a7/8 z/8 ^a7/8 z/8 c'7/8 z/8 =a7/4 z/4 g7/4 z/4<br />
d7/8 z/8 c'7/4 z/4 ^a7/8 z/8 =a7/4 z/4 ^a7/8 z/8 =a11/8 z/8 a/2 g7/8<br />
z/8 ^f11/4 z/4 g7/8 z/8 ^f7/8 z/8 g7/8 z/8 c'7/8 z/8 a7/4 z/4 b11/4<br />
z/4 g7/8 z/8 g7/8 z/8 ^f7/8 z/8 g7/4 z/4 ^a7/8 z/8 =a/2 a/2 a7/8 z/8<br />
g7/8 z/8 ^f11/4 z/4 g7/8 z/8 a7/8 z/8 ^a7/8 z/8 c'7/8 z/8 =a7/4 z/4<br />
b11/4 </td></tr></table><span class="postbody"><br />
<span style="font-style: italic">Cowbell part</span><br />
</span><table width="90%" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="3" border="0" align="center"><tr><td><span class="genmed"><b>Quote:</b></span></td></tr><tr><td class="quote">X: 1<br />
T: Coventry Carol (0:42)<br />
Z: Sequenced by Curtis Clark - Transcribed using LotRO MIDI Player: <a href="http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi" target="_blank">http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi</a> (Rohenien of Landroval)<br />
% Original file: yulecoventrycarol.mid<br />
% Transpose: -2<br />
L: 1/4<br />
Q: 120<br />
K: C<br />
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[f11/4c'11/4E7/8] z/8 E/2 E/2 E7/8 z/8 [f11/4c'11/4E7/8] z9/8 E7/8 z/8<br />
[g7/4c'11/4E7/8] z/8 E/2 E/2 [f7/8E7/8] z/8 [e11/4c11/4g11/4E7/8]<br />
z9/8 E7/8 z/8 [f11/4c'11/4E7/8] z/8 E/2 E/2 E7/8 z/8 [f7/8c11/4E7/8]<br />
z/8 [g7/4z] E7/8 z/8 [f11/4c'11/4E7/8] z/8 E/2 E/2 E7/8 z/8<br />
[f11/4c'11/4E7/8] z9/8 E7/8 z/8 [f11/4c'11/4E7/8] z/8 E/2 E/2 E7/8<br />
z/8 [g7/4c'11/4E7/8] z9/8 [f7/8E7/8] z/8 [e11/4c11/4g11/4E7/8] z/8<br />
E/2 E/2 E7/8 z/8 [f11/4c'11/4E7/8] z9/8 E7/8 z/8 [f7/8c11/4E7/8] z/8<br />
[g7/4E/2] E/2 E7/8 z/8 [f11/4c'11/4E7/8] z9/8 E7/8 z/8<br />
[^d7/4^a11/4E7/8] z/8 E/2 E/2 [f7/8E7/8] z/8 [g7/4c11/4E7/8] z9/8<br />
[f7/8E7/8] z/8 [^d7/4c7/4g7/4E7/8] z/8 E/2 E/2 [f7/8E7/8] z/8<br />
[c11/4g11/4E7/8] z9/8 E7/8 z/8 [f11/4c'11/4E7/8] z/8 E/2 E/2 E7/8 z/8<br />
[f7/8c11/4g11/4E7/8] z/8 [e7/4z] E7/8 z/8 [f11/4c'11/4E7/8] z/8 E/2<br />
E/2 E7/8 z/8 [f11/4c'11/4E7/8] z9/8 E7/8 z/8 [f11/4c'11/4E7/8] z/8<br />
E/2 E/2 E7/8 z/8 [g7/4c'11/4E7/8] z9/8 [f7/8E7/8] z/8<br />
[e11/4c11/4g11/4E7/8] z/8 E/2 E/2 E7/8 z/8 [f11/4c'11/4E7/8] z9/8<br />
E7/8 z/8 [f7/8c11/4E7/8] z/8 [g7/4E/2] E/2 E7/8 z/8 [f11/4c'11/4E7/8]</td></tr></table><span class="postbody"><br />
<span style="font-weight: bold">Dadme Albricias, hijos d'Eva</span> (Solo for Lute or Harp)<br />
</span><table width="90%" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="3" border="0" align="center"><tr><td><span class="genmed"><b>Quote:</b></span></td></tr><tr><td class="quote">X: 1<br />
T: Dadme Albricias, hijos d'Eva (0:47)<br />
Z: Sequenced by Curtis Clark - Transcribed using LotRO MIDI Player: <a href="http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi" target="_blank">http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi</a> (Rohenien of Landroval)<br />
% Original file: yuledadmealbricias.mid<br />
% Transpose: -17<br />
L: 1/4<br />
Q: 112<br />
K: C<br />
<br />
g3/4 z/8 g3/8 z/8 g3/4 z/8 c3/8 z/8 e/4 z/8 d3/4 z/8 c7/8 c3/8 z/8<br />
[G3/4E3/4C3/4] z/8 [G3/8E3/8C3/8] z/8 [A3/4F3/4F,3/4] z/8<br />
[G3/8E3/8C3/8] z/8 [c3/4C/4A,/4] z/8 [D3/4G,3/4z/2] B3/8 [c5/4C5/4]<br />
z/8 g3/4 z/8 g3/8 z/8 c'3/4 z/8 b3/8 z/8 c'3/8 a3/4 z/8 g5/4 z/8 G3/8<br />
z/8 G3/8 F3/8 z/8 [E3/4C3/8] C3/8 z/8 [D3/8B,3/8] z/8 [c3/8C/8A,3/4]<br />
D/4 [c3/8E/4] F/4 [B3/8G3/8G,3/8] [c'3/8A7/8E5/8A,/4] B,/4 [c'3/8C/4]<br />
[F/8D/8] [b3/8G3/8E3/8] z/8 [a3/4A/4D3/8F3/4] B/4 [c/8A3/8] d/4<br />
[g3/8e3/8c3/8E3/8] z/8 [g3/4e3/8c3/8C3/8] [d7/8A7/8D7/8z/2] ^f3/8 z/8<br />
[g9/8d3/8G3/4G,3/4] d3/8 z/8 c3/8 [B7/8G3/8] z/8 G3/8 [A3/8F3/8] z/8<br />
[G/4E3/4] A/4 [B/8G3/8] c/4 [d/4D3/8F3/8] B/4 [g3/8c3/4C3/4E3/4] g3/8<br />
z/8 [=f3/8A3/8D3/8] z/8 [e3/4c3/4E/8C3/4] D/4 E/4 F/4<br />
[d3/8B3/8G3/8G,3/8] [c7/8E3/8C3/8A,3/8] z/8 [G3/4D3/4G,3/4z3/8] B3/8<br />
z/8 [c5/4G5/4C5/4] z/8 [g3/4E3/4] z/8 [g3/8E3/8] z/8 [c'3/4A3/4] z/8<br />
[b3/8^G3/8] [c'3/8A3/8] z/8 [a3/4F/4] =G/8 A/4 B/4 [g5/4c5/4] z/8<br />
[c3/4A3/4E3/4A,3/4] z/8 [c3/8A3/8E3/8A,3/8] z/8 [f3/4A3/4F3/4D3/4]<br />
z/8 [e3/8c3/8G3/8C3/8] [f3/8A3/8F3/8D3/8] z/8 [d3/4B3/4G3/4G,3/4] z/8<br />
[c3/4G3/4C3/4] z/8 [c3/8G3/8C3/8] z/8 [g3/4E3/4] z/8 [g3/8E3/8] z/8<br />
[c'3/4A3/4] z/8 [b3/8^G3/8] [c'3/8A3/8] z/8 [a3/4F/4] =G/8 A/4 B/4<br />
[g3/4c3/4] z/8 [g3/8c3/8] z/8 [c3/4A3/4E3/4A,3/4] z/8<br />
[c3/8A3/8E3/8A,3/8] z/8 [f3/4A3/4F3/4D3/4] z/8 [e3/8c3/8G3/8C3/8]<br />
[f3/8A3/8F3/8D3/8] z/8 [d3/4B3/4G3/4G,3/4] z/8 [c5/4G5/4C5/4] z/8<br />
g3/4 z/8 g3/8 z/8 g3/4 z/8 c3/8 e3/8 z/8 d3/4 z/8 c3/4 z/8 c3/8 z/8<br />
[G3/4E3/4C3/4] z/8 [G3/8E3/8C3/8] z/8 [A3/4F3/4F,3/4] z/8<br />
[G3/8E3/8C3/8] [c7/8C3/8A,3/8] z/8 [D3/4G,3/4z/2] B3/8 [c5/4C5/4] z/8<br />
g3/4 z/8 g3/8 z/8 c'3/4 z/8 b3/8 c'3/8 z/8 a3/4 z/8 g5/4 z/8 G3/8<br />
G3/8 z/8 F3/8 z/8 [E3/4C3/8] C3/8 z/8 [D3/8B,3/8] [c3/8C/4A,7/8] D/4<br />
[c3/8E/4] F/8 z/8 [B3/8G3/8G,3/8] [c'3/8A3/4E5/8A,/4] B,/4 [c'3/8C/8]<br />
[F/4D/4] [b3/8G3/8E3/8] z/8 [a3/4A/4D3/8F3/4] B/8 [c/4A3/8] d/4<br />
[g3/8e3/8c3/8E3/8] z/8 [g3/4e3/8c3/8C3/8] [d3/4A3/4D3/4z/2] ^f3/8<br />
[g5/4d3/8G7/8G,7/8] z/8 d3/8 z/8 c3/8 [B3/4G3/8] z/8 G3/8 [A3/8F3/8]<br />
z/8 [G/4E3/4] A/8 [B/4G3/8] c/4 [d/4D3/8F3/8] B/4 [g3/8c3/4C3/4E3/4]<br />
g3/8 z/8 [=f3/8A3/8D3/8] [e7/8c7/8E/4C7/8] D/4 E/4 F/4<br />
[d3/8B3/8G3/8G,3/8] [c3/4E3/8C3/8A,3/8] z/8 [G3/4D3/4G,3/4z3/8] B3/8<br />
z/8 [c5/4G5/4C5/4] </td></tr></table><span class="postbody"><br />
<span style="font-weight: bold">E la don don, Verges Maria</span> (Duet for Lute or Harp and Cowbell or Drums)<br />
<span style="font-style: italic">Lute/Harp part</span><br />
</span><table width="90%" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="3" border="0" align="center"><tr><td><span class="genmed"><b>Quote:</b></span></td></tr><tr><td class="quote">X: 1<br />
T: E la don don, Verges Maria (1:24)<br />
Z: Sequenced by Curtis Clark - Transcribed using LotRO MIDI Player: <a href="http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi" target="_blank">http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi</a> (Rohenien of Landroval)<br />
% Original file: yuleeladondonvergesmaria.mid<br />
% Transpose: 0<br />
L: 1/4<br />
Q: 120<br />
K: C<br />
<br />
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A,3/8 z/8 A/4 z/8 A3/8 ^G3/4 z/8 A3/4 z/8 A/4 z/8 A3/8 =G3/8 z/8 A/4<br />
z/8 E3/8 E3/8 z/8 F/4 z/8 G3/8 E3/4 z/8 D3/4 z/8 A/4 z/8 A3/8 G3/8<br />
z/8 A/4 z/8 E3/8 E3/8 z/8 F/4 z/8 G3/8 E3/4 z/8 D3/4 z/8<br />
[d/4A/4F/4D/4] z/8 [^c3/8A3/8E3/8A,3/8] [d3/4A3/4F3/4D3/4] z/8<br />
[e3/4=c3/4G3/4C3/4] z/8 [e/4c/4A/4A,/4] z/8 [d3/4A3/4F3/4D3/4] z/8<br />
[c/4e/4E/4A,/4] z/8 [B3/8e3/8^G3/8E3/8] [A3/8e3/8A,3/8] z/8<br />
[a/4c/4e/4A,/4] z/8 [a3/8A3/8e3/8A,3/8] [^g3/4B3/4e3/4E3/4] z/8<br />
[a9/8A3/4c9/8A,3/4] z/2 a3/8 =g3/8 z/8 [a/4A/4] z/8 [e/2A3/8]<br />
[=G3/8z/4] d/4 [a/4c/4e/4A/4] z/8 [a3/8B3/4e3/8E3/8] [g3/8e3/8E3/8]<br />
z/8 [a/4A/4c/4F/4] z/8 [e3/8G3/8c3/8C3/8] [e3/8c3/8G3/8E3/8] z/8<br />
[f/4d/4A/4D/4] z/8 [g3/8d3/4B3/8G,3/8] [e3/4A3/4A,3/4z/2] ^c/4 z/8<br />
[d9/8A9/8D3/4] z/8 a/4 z/8 a3/8 g3/8 z/8 [a/4A/4] z/8 [e/2A3/8]<br />
[G3/8z/4] d/4 [a/4=c/4e/4A/4] z/8 [a3/8B3/4e3/8E3/8] [g3/8e3/8E3/8]<br />
z/8 [a/4A/4c/4F/4] z/8 [e3/8G3/8c3/8C3/8] [e3/8c3/8G3/8E3/8] z/8<br />
[f/4d/4A/4D/4] z/8 [g3/8d3/4B3/8G,3/8] [e3/4A3/4A,3/4z/2] ^c/4 z/8<br />
[d9/8A9/8D9/8] z/8 D3/8 A3/4 z/8 A3/4 z/8 F/4 z/8 G3/8 E3/4 z/8 D3/4<br />
z/2 D3/8 A3/4 z/8 A3/4 z/8 F/4 z/8 G3/8 E3/4 z/8 D3/4 z/2 C3/8 D3/4<br />
z/8 E3/4 z/8 E/4 z/8 C3/8 D3/4 z/8 E3/4 z/2 G3/4 z/8 G/4 z/8 A3/4 z/8<br />
F/4 z/8 G3/8 E3/4 z/8 D3/4 z/8 [d/4A/4F/4D/4] z/8<br />
[^c3/8A3/8E3/8A,3/8] [d3/4A3/4F3/4D3/4] z/8 [e3/4=c3/4G3/4C3/4] z/8<br />
[e/4c/4A/4A,/4] z/8 [d3/4A3/4F3/4D3/4] z/8 [c/4e/4E/4A,/4] z/8<br />
[B3/8e3/8^G3/8E3/8] [A3/8e3/8A,3/8] z/8 [a/4c/4e/4A,/4] z/8<br />
[a3/8A3/8e3/8A,3/8] [^g3/4B3/4e3/4E3/4] z/8 [a9/8A3/4c9/8A,3/4] z/2<br />
a3/8 =g3/8 z/8 [a/4A/4] z/8 [e/2A3/8] [=G3/8z/4] d/4 [a/4c/4e/4A/4]<br />
z/8 [a3/8B3/4e3/8E3/8] [g3/8e3/8E3/8] z/8 [a/4A/4c/4F/4] z/8<br />
[e3/8G3/8c3/8C3/8] [e3/8c3/8G3/8E3/8] z/8 [f/4d/4A/4D/4] z/8<br />
[g3/8d3/4B3/8G,3/8] [e3/4A3/4A,3/4z/2] ^c/4 z/8 [d9/8A9/8D3/4] z/8<br />
a/4 z/8 a3/8 g3/8 z/8 [a/4A/4] z/8 [e/2A3/8] [G3/8z/4] d/4<br />
[a/4=c/4e/4A/4] z/8 [a3/8B3/4e3/8E3/8] [g3/8e3/8E3/8] z/8<br />
[a/4A/4c/4F/4] z/8 [e3/8G3/8c3/8C3/8] [e3/8c3/8G3/8E3/8] z/8<br />
[f/4d/4A/4D/4] z/8 [g3/8d3/4B3/8G,3/8] [e3/4A3/4A,3/4z/2] ^c/4 z/8<br />
[d9/8A9/8D9/8] z/8 D3/8 A3/4 z/8 A3/4 z/8 F/4 z/8 G3/8 E3/4 z/8 D3/4<br />
z/2 D3/8 A3/4 z/8 A3/4 z/8 F/4 z/8 G3/8 E3/4 z/8 D3/4 z/2 C3/8 D3/4<br />
z/8 E3/4 z/8 E/4 z/8 C3/8 D3/4 z/8 E3/4 z/2 G3/4 z/8 G/4 z/8 A3/4 z/8<br />
F/4 z/8 G3/8 E3/4 z/8 D3/4 z/8 [d/4A/4F/4D/4] z/8<br />
[^c3/8A3/8E3/8A,3/8] [d3/4A3/4F3/4D3/4] z/8 [e3/4=c3/4G3/4C3/4] z/8<br />
[e/4c/4A/4A,/4] z/8 [d3/4A3/4F3/4D3/4] z/8 [c/4e/4E/4A,/4] z/8<br />
[B3/8e3/8^G3/8E3/8] [A3/8e3/8A,3/8] z/8 [a/4c/4e/4A,/4] z/8<br />
[a3/8A3/8e3/8A,3/8] [^g3/4B3/4e3/4E3/4] z/8 [a9/8A3/4c9/8A,3/4] z/2<br />
a3/8 =g3/8 z/8 [a/4A/4] z/8 [e/2A3/8] [=G3/8z/4] d/4 [a/4c/4e/4A/4]<br />
z/8 [a3/8B3/4e3/8E3/8] [g3/8e3/8E3/8] z/8 [a/4A/4c/4F/4] z/8<br />
[e3/8G3/8c3/8C3/8] [e3/8c3/8G3/8E3/8] z/8 [f/4d/4A/4D/4] z/8<br />
[g3/8d3/4B3/8G,3/8] [e3/4A3/4A,3/4z/2] ^c/4 z/8 [d9/8A9/8D3/4] z/8<br />
a/4 z/8 a3/8 g3/8 z/8 [a/4A/4] z/8 [e/2A3/8] [G3/8z/4] d/4<br />
[a/4=c/4e/4A/4] z/8 [a3/8B3/4e3/8E3/8] [g3/8e3/8E3/8] z/8<br />
[a/4A/4c/4F/4] z/8 [e3/8G3/8c3/8C3/8] [e3/8c3/8G3/8E3/8] z/8<br />
[f/4d/4A/4D/4] z/8 [g3/8d3/4B3/8G,3/8] [e3/4A3/4A,3/4z/2] ^c/4 z/8<br />
[d9/8A9/8D9/8] z/8 d3/8 a3/4 z/8 a3/4 z/8 f/4 z/8 g3/8 e3/4 z/8 d3/4<br />
z/2 d3/8 a3/4 z/8 a3/4 z/8 f/4 z/8 g3/8 e3/4 z/8 d3/4 z/2 =c3/8 d3/4<br />
z/8 e3/4 z/8 e/4 z/8 c3/8 d3/4 z/8 e3/4 z/2 g3/4 z/8 g/4 z/8 a3/4 z/8<br />
f/4 z/8 g3/8 e3/4 z/8 d3/4 z/8 [d/4A/4F/4D/4] z/8<br />
[^c3/8A3/8E3/8A,3/8] [d3/4A3/4F3/4D3/4] z/8 [e3/4=c3/4G3/4C3/4] z/8<br />
[e/4c/4A/4A,/4] z/8 [d3/4A3/4F3/4D3/4] z/8 [c/4e/4E/4A,/4] z/8<br />
[B3/8e3/8^G3/8E3/8] [A3/8e3/8A,3/8] z/8 [a/4c/4e/4A,/4] z/8<br />
[a3/8A3/8e3/8A,3/8] [^g3/4B3/4e3/4E3/4] z/8 [a9/8A3/4c9/8A,3/4] z/2<br />
a3/8 =g3/8 z/8 [a/4A/4] z/8 [e/2A3/8] [=G3/8z/4] d/4 [a/4c/4e/4A/4]<br />
z/8 [a3/8B3/4e3/8E3/8] [g3/8e3/8E3/8] z/8 [a/4A/4c/4F/4] z/8<br />
[e3/8G3/8c3/8C3/8] [e3/8c3/8G3/8E3/8] z/8 [f/4d/4A/4D/4] z/8<br />
[g3/8d3/4B3/8G,3/8] [e3/4A3/4A,3/4z/2] ^c/4 z/8 [d9/8A9/8D3/4] z/8<br />
a/4 z/8 a3/8 g3/8 z/8 [a/4A/4] z/8 [e/2A3/8] [G3/8z/4] d/4<br />
[a/4=c/4e/4A/4] z/8 [a3/8B3/4e3/8E3/8] [g3/8e3/8E3/8] z/8<br />
[a/4A/4c/4F/4] z/8 [e3/8G3/8c3/8C3/8] [e3/8c3/8G3/8E3/8] z/8<br />
[f/4d/4A/4D/4] z/8 [g3/8d3/4B3/8G,3/8] [e3/4A3/4A,3/4z/2] ^c/4 z/8<br />
[d9/8A9/8D9/8] </td></tr></table><span class="postbody"><br />
<span style="font-style: italic">Cowbell/Drums part</span><br />
</span><table width="90%" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="3" border="0" align="center"><tr><td><span class="genmed"><b>Quote:</b></span></td></tr><tr><td class="quote">X: 1<br />
T: E la don don, Verges Maria (1:24)<br />
Z: Sequenced by Curtis Clark - Transcribed using LotRO MIDI Player: <a href="http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi" target="_blank">http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi</a> (Rohenien of Landroval)<br />
% Original file: yuleeladondonvergesmaria.mid<br />
% Transpose: 0<br />
L: 1/4<br />
Q: 120<br />
K: C<br />
<br />
z5/4 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F9/8<br />
z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F9/8<br />
z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F3/4 ^F3/8 z/2 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8<br />
^F9/8 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8<br />
^F/4 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8<br />
^F3/4 z/8 ^F3/4 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F3/4 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4<br />
z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4<br />
z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8<br />
z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F3/4<br />
^F3/8 z/2 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8<br />
^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8<br />
^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F3/4 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F3/4<br />
z/8 ^F3/4 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8<br />
^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8<br />
^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8<br />
^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F3/4 ^F3/8 z/2 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8<br />
^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8<br />
^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8<br />
^F/4 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F3/4 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F3/4 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F3/4<br />
z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F3/4<br />
z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F9/8<br />
z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F3/4<br />
z/8 ^F3/4 ^F3/8 z/2 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8<br />
^F/4 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F9/8 z/8<br />
^F9/8 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F3/4 ^F3/4<br />
z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F3/4 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F3/4 z/8 ^F/4 z/8 ^F9/8 </td></tr></table><span class="postbody"><br />
<span style="font-weight: bold">Est ist ein' ros'</span> (Solo for Lute or Harp)<br />
</span><table width="90%" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="3" border="0" align="center"><tr><td><span class="genmed"><b>Quote:</b></span></td></tr><tr><td class="quote">X: 1<br />
T: Est ist ein' ros' (0:28)<br />
Z: Sequenced by Curtis Clark - Transcribed using LotRO MIDI Player: <a href="http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi" target="_blank">http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi</a> (Rohenien of Landroval)<br />
% Original file: yuleestisteinros.mid<br />
% Transpose: -2<br />
L: 1/4<br />
Q: 114<br />
K: C<br />
<br />
[^a11/8g11/8^A11/8^D11/8] z/8 [^a5/8g5/8^A5/8^D5/8] z/8<br />
[^a5/8^d5/8G5/8^D5/8] z/8 [c'5/8^d5/8^G5/8] z/8<br />
[^a5/8^d5/8=G5/8^D5/8] z/8 [^a11/8=d11/8F11/8^A,11/8] z/4<br />
[g5/4c5/4^D5/4C5/4] z/4 [^g5/4c5/4^D5/4^G,5/4] z/4<br />
[=g5/8^A11/8G5/8^D5/8] z/8 [f11/8<img src="/forums/images/smiles/icon_biggrin.gif" alt="" border="0" />5/8] z/8 [c9/8^G5/8C11/8] z/8<br />
[^d11/8z3/8] =G3/8 [^A11/8^A,11/8z3/4] [=d5/8F5/8] z/8<br />
[^d11/8^A11/8G11/8^D11/8] z/4 [^a5/4g5/4^A5/4^D5/4] z/4<br />
[^a5/8g5/8^A5/8^D5/8] z/8 [^a5/8^d5/8G5/8^D5/8] z/8 [c'5/8^d5/8^G5/8]<br />
z/8 [^a5/8^d5/8=G5/8^D5/8] z/8 [^a11/8=d11/8F11/8^A,11/8] z/8<br />
[g11/8c11/8^D11/8C11/8] z/8 [^g11/8c11/8^D11/8^G,11/8] z/4<br />
[=g5/8^A5/4G5/8^D5/8] z/8 [f5/4<img src="/forums/images/smiles/icon_biggrin.gif" alt="" border="0" />5/8] z/8 [c9/8^G5/8C11/8] z/8<br />
[^d5/4z3/8] =G3/8 [^A11/8^A,11/8z3/4] [=d5/8F5/8] z/8<br />
[^d11/8^A11/8G11/8^D11/8] z7/8 [g5/8^d5/8^A5/8^D5/8] z/8<br />
[f5/8c5/8^G5/8F5/8] z/8 [=d3/4^A3/4=G3/4] z/8 [^d5/8^A5/8G5/8^D5/8]<br />
z/8 [c5/8=A5/8F5/8] z/8 [^A2F2^A,2z3/8] c3/8 =d5/4 z/4<br />
[^a5/8d5/8F5/8^A,5/8] z/8 [^a5/8f5/8F5/8<img src="/forums/images/smiles/icon_biggrin.gif" alt="" border="0" />5/8] z/8<br />
[^a5/8^d5/8G5/8^D5/8] z/8 [c'5/8^d5/8^G5/8^G,5/8] z/8<br />
[^a5/8^d5/8=G5/8^D5/8] z/8 [^a11/8=d11/8F11/8^A,11/8] z/8<br />
[g11/8c11/8E11/8C11/8] z/4 [^g5/4c5/4F5/4F,5/4] z/4<br />
[=g5/8^d5/8^A5/8=G,5/8] z/8 [f11/8c5/8^G5/8^G,5/8] z/8<br />
[=d5/8=G11/8^A,11/8] z/8 [^d11/8z3/4] [f5/8F11/8^A,11/8] z/8<br />
[=d5/8^A5/8] z/8 [^d23/8^A23/8G23/8^D23/8] </td></tr></table><span class="postbody"><br />
<span style="font-weight: bold">The Holly and the Ivy</span> (Solo for Lute or Harp)<br />
</span><table width="90%" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="3" border="0" align="center"><tr><td><span class="genmed"><b>Quote:</b></span></td></tr><tr><td class="quote">X: 1<br />
T: The Holly and the Ivy (0:48)<br />
Z: Sequenced by Curtis Clark - Transcribed using LotRO MIDI Player: <a href="http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi" target="_blank">http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi</a> (Rohenien of Landroval)<br />
% Original file: yulehollyandivy.mid<br />
% Transpose: -4<br />
L: 1/4<br />
Q: 90<br />
K: C<br />
<br />
^d5/8 z/8 [^d3/8^D29/8] ^d3/8 ^d5/8 z/8 [c'5/8F5/8] z/8 [^a5/8G11/8]<br />
z/8 g z/8 ^d3/8 [^d3/8c17/8] ^d3/8 [^d5/8^G5/8] z/8 [c'5/8F5/8] z/8<br />
[^a11/8=d11/8^A11/8] z/8 [^a3/8c5/8F5/8] ^g3/8 [=g3/8^A5/8=G5/8] f3/8<br />
[^d5/8c5/8^G5/8] z/8 [g3/8^A5/8=G5/8] g3/8 [c3/8F3/8^G3/8]<br />
[c3/8^D3/8=G3/8] [^A5/8<img src="/forums/images/smiles/icon_biggrin.gif" alt="" border="0" />5/8F5/8] z/8 [^d3/8G3/8C5/8] [f3/8^G3/8]<br />
[g3/8^A5/8^A,5/8] ^g3/8 [=g5/8c5/8^G,5/8] z/8 [f3/8=d5/8^A,5/8] f3/8<br />
[^d11/8C5/8^D11/8] z/8 [=d5/8^A,5/8] z/8 [c5/8^G5/8^G,5/8z3/8] ^d3/8<br />
[^d3/8^A3/8=G3/8^D3/8] [^d3/8^A3/8^G3/8F3/8] [^d5/8^A5/8=G5/8] z/8<br />
[c'5/8c5/8^G5/8F5/8] z/8 [^a5/8^d11/8^A11/8=G5/8] z/8 [g5/8^D5/8] z/8<br />
[^d3/8c3/8^G3/8] [^d3/8c3/8^G3/8] [^d3/8^A3/8=G3/8] [^d3/8^G3/8F3/8]<br />
[^d5/8=G5/8^D5/8] z/8 [c'5/8c5/8^G5/8F5/8] z/8<br />
[^a11/8=d11/8F11/8^A,11/8] z/8 [^a3/8c3/8F5/8F,5/8] [^g3/8d3/8]<br />
[=g3/8^d3/8=G3/8^D,3/8] [f3/8=d3/8^G3/8F,3/8] [^d5/8^A5/8=G,5/8z3/8]<br />
=d3/8 [g5/8c3/8=G5/8^D,5/8] ^A3/8 [c3/8^G3/8^D3/8^G,3/8]<br />
[c3/8^G3/8^D3/8^G,3/8] [^A5/8^D5/8=G,5/8] z/8 [^d3/8=G3/8^D3/8C3/8]<br />
[f3/8^G3/8^D3/8C3/8] [g3/8^A3/8^D3/8^A,3/8] [^g3/8c3/8<img src="/forums/images/smiles/icon_biggrin.gif" alt="" border="0" />3/8^A,3/8]<br />
[=g5/8^A5/8C5/8^G,5/8] z/8 [f5/8^G5/8D5/8^A,5/8] z/8<br />
[^d11/8=G11/8^D11/8^D,11/8] z/8 ^d5/8 z/8 [^d3/8^D29/8] ^d3/8 ^d5/8<br />
z/8 [c'5/8F5/8] z/8 [^a5/8G11/8] z/8 g z/8 ^d3/8 [^d3/8c17/8] ^d3/8<br />
[^d5/8^G5/8] z/8 [c'5/8F5/8] z/8 [^a11/8=d11/8^A11/8] z/8<br />
[^a3/8c5/8F5/8] ^g3/8 [=g3/8^A5/8=G5/8] f3/8 [^d5/8c5/8^G5/8] z/8<br />
[g3/8^A5/8=G5/8] g3/8 [c3/8F3/8^G3/8] [c3/8^D3/8=G3/8]<br />
[^A5/8<img src="/forums/images/smiles/icon_biggrin.gif" alt="" border="0" />5/8F5/8] z/8 [^d3/8G3/8C5/8] [f3/8^G3/8] [g3/8^A5/8^A,5/8]<br />
^g3/8 [=g5/8c5/8^G,5/8] z/8 [f3/8=d5/8^A,5/8] f3/8 [^d11/8C5/8^D11/8]<br />
z/8 [=d5/8^A,5/8] z/8 [c5/8^G5/8^G,5/8z3/8] ^d3/8<br />
[^d3/8^A3/8=G3/8^D3/8] [^d3/8^A3/8^G3/8F3/8] [^d5/8^A5/8=G5/8] z/8<br />
[c'5/8c5/8^G5/8F5/8] z/8 [^a5/8^d11/8^A11/8=G5/8] z/8 [g5/8^D5/8] z/8<br />
[^d3/8c3/8^G3/8] [^d3/8c3/8^G3/8] [^d3/8^A3/8=G3/8] [^d3/8^G3/8F3/8]<br />
[^d5/8=G5/8^D5/8] z/8 [c'5/8c5/8^G5/8F5/8] z/8<br />
[^a11/8=d11/8F11/8^A,11/8] z/8 [^a3/8c3/8F5/8F,5/8] [^g3/8d3/8]<br />
[=g3/8^d3/8=G3/8^D,3/8] [f3/8=d3/8^G3/8F,3/8] [^d5/8^A5/8=G,5/8z3/8]<br />
=d3/8 [g5/8c3/8=G5/8^D,5/8] ^A3/8 [c3/8^G3/8^D3/8^G,3/8]<br />
[c3/8^G3/8^D3/8^G,3/8] [^A5/8^D5/8=G,5/8] z/8 [^d3/8=G3/8^D3/8C3/8]<br />
[f3/8^G3/8^D3/8C3/8] [g3/8^A3/8^D3/8^A,3/8] [^g3/8c3/8<img src="/forums/images/smiles/icon_biggrin.gif" alt="" border="0" />3/8^A,3/8]<br />
[=g5/8^A5/8C5/8^G,5/8] z/8 [f5/8^G5/8D5/8^A,5/8] z/8<br />
[^d11/8=G11/8^D11/8^D,11/8] </td></tr></table><span class="postbody"><br />
<span style="font-weight: bold">In Dulci Jubilo</span> (Solo for Lute or Harp)<br />
</span><table width="90%" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="3" border="0" align="center"><tr><td><span class="genmed"><b>Quote:</b></span></td></tr><tr><td class="quote">X: 1<br />
T: In Dulci Jubilo (0:33)<br />
Z: Sequenced by Curtis Clark - Transcribed using LotRO MIDI Player: <a href="http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi" target="_blank">http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi</a> (Rohenien of Landroval)<br />
% Original file: yuleindulcijubilo.mid<br />
% Transpose: -4<br />
L: 1/4<br />
Q: 86<br />
K: C<br />
<br />
[^d3/8^A3/8G3/8^D3/8] z/8 [^d7/8^A7/8G7/8^D7/8] z/8<br />
[^d3/8^A3/8G3/8^D3/8] z/8 [g7/8^A7/8G7/8^D7/8] z/8<br />
[^g3/8^d3/8^D3/8C3/8] z/8 [^a=dF5/8^A,] z/8 G/4 [c'/2c/2=A3/8F/2] z/8<br />
[^a7/8d7/8^A7/8^A,7/8] z/8 [^a3/8^d3/8G3/8^D3/8] z/8<br />
[^d7/8^A7/8G7/8^D7/8] z/8 [^d3/8^A3/8G3/8^D3/8] z/8<br />
[=g7/8^d7/8^A7/8^D7/8] z/8 [^g3/8^d3/8c3/8C3/8] z/8 [^a=dF3/4^A,] G/4<br />
[c'/2c/2=A/2F/2] [^a11/8d11/8^A11/8^A,11/8] z/8 [^a7/8^d7/8G7/8^D7/8]<br />
z/8 [c'3/8^d3/8^G3/8^G,3/8] z/8 [^a7/8=d7/8F7/8^A,7/8] z/8<br />
[^g3/8c3/8F3/8F,3/8] z/8 [=g11/8B11/8=D11/8=G,11/8] z/8<br />
[^d7/8c7/8C7/8] z/8 [^d3/8c3/8=G3/8C3/8] z/8 [f7/8=d7/8^A7/8^A,7/8]<br />
z/8 [f3/8d3/8^A3/8^A,3/8] z/8 [g7/8^d7/8^A7/8^D7/8] z/8<br />
[f3/8=d3/8^A3/8^A,3/8] z/8 [^dcGC] [f/2=d/2^G/2F/2]<br />
[g7/8^d7/8^A7/8^D7/8] z/8 [g3/8^d3/8^A3/8^D3/8] z/8<br />
[^a7/8^d7/8=G7/8^D7/8] z/8 [c'3/8^d3/8^G3/8^G,3/8] z/8<br />
[^a7/8^A7/8=G7/8^D7/8] z/8 [^g3/8f3/8c3/8F3/8] z/8<br />
[=g11/8=d11/8B11/8G11/8] z/8 [^d7/8c7/8C7/8] z/8 [^d3/8c3/8G3/8C3/8]<br />
z/8 [f7/8c7/8^G7/8F7/8] z/8 [f3/8=d3/8^A3/8^A,3/8] z/8<br />
[g7/8^d7/8^A7/8^D7/8] z/8 [f3/8c3/8^G3/8F3/8] z/8 [^dc=GC]<br />
[f/2=d/2^G/2F/2] [g11/8^d11/8^A11/8^D11/8] z/8 [c7/8^D7/8^G7/8^G,7/8]<br />
z/8 [c3/8^G3/8^D3/8^G,3/8] z/8 [=d7/8F7/8^A7/8^A,7/8] z/8<br />
[d3/8F3/8^A3/8^A,3/8] z/8 [^d3/2c=G3/4C3/2] F/4 ^D/2<br />
[^a11/8F11/8^A,11/8z] =d3/8 z/8 [g7/8^d7/8c7/8C7/8] z/8<br />
[g3/8=d3/8^A3/8=G,3/8] z/8 [f/2c7/8^G5/8^G,7/8] [^d3/8z/4] =G/4<br />
[=d3/8^A3/8F3/8^A,3/8] z/8 [^d15/8^A15/8^D15/8^D,15/8] </td></tr></table><span class="postbody"><br />
<span style="font-weight: bold">Ríu, ríu, chíu</span> (Duet for Lute or Harp and Cowbell or Drums)<br />
<span style="font-style: italic">Lute/Harp part</span><br />
</span><table width="90%" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="3" border="0" align="center"><tr><td><span class="genmed"><b>Quote:</b></span></td></tr><tr><td class="quote">X: 1<br />
T: Ríu, ríu, chíu (2:07)<br />
Z: Sequenced by Curtis Clark - Transcribed using LotRO MIDI Player: <a href="http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi" target="_blank">http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi</a> (Rohenien of Landroval)<br />
% Original file: yuleriuriuchiu.mid<br />
% Transpose: -9<br />
L: 1/4<br />
Q: 108<br />
K: C<br />
<br />
c3/8 c3/8 ^A3/8 c3/8 ^G5/8 z/8 =G3/8 F3/4 G3/8 ^G3/8 ^A3/8 c5/8 z/8<br />
c5/8 z7/8 c3/8 c3/8 ^A3/8 c3/8 ^G5/8 z/8 =G3/8 ^A5/8 z/8 ^A3/8 G3/8<br />
^G3/8 F5/8 z/8 F5/8 z7/8 c3/8 c3/8 ^A3/8 c3/8 ^G5/8 z/8 =G3/8 ^A3/4<br />
^A3/8 G3/8 ^G3/8 F5/8 z/8 F3/8 z3/8 [c'3/8^g3/8^d3/8^G3/8]<br />
[c'3/8^g3/8^d3/8^G3/8] [^a3/8=g3/8^d3/8^D3/8] [c'3/8^d3/8c3/8^G3/8]<br />
[^g5/8f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8 [=g3/8c3/8C3/8] [f3/4^g3/4c3/4F3/4]<br />
[=g3/8c3/8^D3/8] [^g3/8f3/8F3/8^C3/8] [^a3/8f3/8F3/8^C3/8]<br />
[c'5/8e5/8=G5/8=C5/8] z/8 [c'5/8e5/8G5/8C5/8] z7/8 [^d3/8c3/8]<br />
[^d3/8c3/8] [=g3/8=d3/8^A3/8] [g3/8^d3/8c3/8] [c'3/8f3/8c5/8^G5/8]<br />
[c'3/8^d3/8] [^a3/8g3/8=d3/8=G3/8] [c'3/8^d3/8c3/8^G3/8]<br />
[^g5/8f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8 [=g3/8e3/8c3/8C3/8] [^g5/8f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8<br />
[^g3/8f3/8c3/8F3/8] [=g3/8e3/8c3/8C3/8] [g3/8e3/8c3/8C3/8]<br />
[f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8 [f5/8c5/8F5/8] z7/8 [^d3/8c3/8] [^d3/8c3/8]<br />
[g3/8=d3/8^A3/8] [g3/8^d3/8c3/8] [c'3/8f3/8c5/8^G5/8] [c'3/8^d3/8]<br />
[^a3/8g3/8=d3/8=G3/8] [c'3/8^d3/8c3/8^G3/8] [^g5/8f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8<br />
[=g3/8^d3/8c3/8C3/8] [f3/4c3/4^G3/4F3/4] [f3/8c3/8^G3/8F3/8]<br />
[e3/8c3/8=G3/8C3/8] [e3/8c3/8G3/8C3/8] [f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8<br />
[f3/8c3/8F3/8] z3/8 c'3/8 c'3/8 ^a3/8 c'3/8 ^g5/8 z/8 =g3/8 ^a3/4<br />
^a3/8 g3/8 ^g3/8 f11/8 z/8 c'3/8 c'3/8 ^a3/8 c'3/8 ^g5/8 z/8 ^g3/8<br />
=g3/8 ^a3/8 ^a3/8 g3/8 ^g3/8 f11/8 z/8 c'3/8 c'3/8 ^a3/8 c'3/8 ^g5/8<br />
z/8 ^g3/8 =g3/8 f3/8 g3/8 ^g3/8 ^a3/8 c'11/8 z/8 c'3/8 c'3/8 ^a3/8<br />
c'3/8 ^g5/8 z/8 ^g3/8 =g3/8 ^a3/8 ^a3/8 g3/8 ^g3/8 f5/8 z/8 f3/8 z3/8<br />
[c'3/8^g3/8^d3/8^G3/8] [c'3/8^g3/8^d3/8^G3/8] [^a3/8=g3/8^d3/8^D3/8]<br />
[c'3/8^d3/8c3/8^G3/8] [^g5/8f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8 [=g3/8c3/8C3/8]<br />
[f3/4^g3/4c3/4F3/4] [=g3/8c3/8^D3/8] [^g3/8f3/8F3/8^C3/8]<br />
[^a3/8f3/8F3/8^C3/8] [c'5/8e5/8=G5/8=C5/8] z/8 [c'5/8e5/8G5/8C5/8]<br />
z7/8 [^d3/8c3/8] [^d3/8c3/8] [=g3/8=d3/8^A3/8] [g3/8^d3/8c3/8]<br />
[c'3/8f3/8c5/8^G5/8] [c'3/8^d3/8] [^a3/8g3/8=d3/8=G3/8]<br />
[c'3/8^d3/8c3/8^G3/8] [^g5/8f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8 [=g3/8e3/8c3/8C3/8]<br />
[^g5/8f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8 [^g3/8f3/8c3/8F3/8] [=g3/8e3/8c3/8C3/8]<br />
[g3/8e3/8c3/8C3/8] [f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8 [f5/8c5/8F5/8] z7/8 [^d3/8c3/8]<br />
[^d3/8c3/8] [g3/8=d3/8^A3/8] [g3/8^d3/8c3/8] [c'3/8f3/8c5/8^G5/8]<br />
[c'3/8^d3/8] [^a3/8g3/8=d3/8=G3/8] [c'3/8^d3/8c3/8^G3/8]<br />
[^g5/8f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8 [=g3/8^d3/8c3/8C3/8] [f3/4c3/4^G3/4F3/4]<br />
[f3/8c3/8^G3/8F3/8] [e3/8c3/8=G3/8C3/8] [e3/8c3/8G3/8C3/8]<br />
[f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8 [f3/8c3/8F3/8] z3/8 c'3/8 c'3/8 ^a3/8 c'3/8 ^g5/8<br />
z/8 =g3/8 ^a3/4 ^a3/8 g3/8 ^g3/8 f11/8 z/8 c'3/8 c'3/8 ^a3/8 c'3/8<br />
^g5/8 z/8 ^g3/8 =g3/8 ^a3/8 ^a3/8 g3/8 ^g3/8 f11/8 z/8 c'3/8 c'3/8<br />
^a3/8 c'3/8 ^g5/8 z/8 ^g3/8 =g3/8 f3/8 g3/8 ^g3/8 ^a3/8 c'11/8 z/8<br />
c'3/8 c'3/8 ^a3/8 c'3/8 ^g5/8 z/8 ^g3/8 =g3/8 ^a3/8 ^a3/8 g3/8 ^g3/8<br />
f5/8 z/8 f3/8 z3/8 [c'3/8^g3/8^d3/8^G3/8] [c'3/8^g3/8^d3/8^G3/8]<br />
[^a3/8=g3/8^d3/8^D3/8] [c'3/8^d3/8c3/8^G3/8] [^g5/8f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8<br />
[=g3/8c3/8C3/8] [f3/4^g3/4c3/4F3/4] [=g3/8c3/8^D3/8]<br />
[^g3/8f3/8F3/8^C3/8] [^a3/8f3/8F3/8^C3/8] [c'5/8e5/8=G5/8=C5/8] z/8<br />
[c'5/8e5/8G5/8C5/8] z7/8 [^d3/8c3/8] [^d3/8c3/8] [=g3/8=d3/8^A3/8]<br />
[g3/8^d3/8c3/8] [c'3/8f3/8c5/8^G5/8] [c'3/8^d3/8]<br />
[^a3/8g3/8=d3/8=G3/8] [c'3/8^d3/8c3/8^G3/8] [^g5/8f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8<br />
[=g3/8e3/8c3/8C3/8] [^g5/8f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8 [^g3/8f3/8c3/8F3/8]<br />
[=g3/8e3/8c3/8C3/8] [g3/8e3/8c3/8C3/8] [f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8<br />
[f5/8c5/8F5/8] z7/8 [^d3/8c3/8] [^d3/8c3/8] [g3/8=d3/8^A3/8]<br />
[g3/8^d3/8c3/8] [c'3/8f3/8c5/8^G5/8] [c'3/8^d3/8]<br />
[^a3/8g3/8=d3/8=G3/8] [c'3/8^d3/8c3/8^G3/8] [^g5/8f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8<br />
[=g3/8^d3/8c3/8C3/8] [f3/4c3/4^G3/4F3/4] [f3/8c3/8^G3/8F3/8]<br />
[e3/8c3/8=G3/8C3/8] [e3/8c3/8G3/8C3/8] [f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8<br />
[f3/8c3/8F3/8] z3/8 c3/8 c3/8 ^A3/8 c3/8 ^G5/8 z/8 =G3/8 ^A3/4 ^A3/8<br />
G3/8 ^G3/8 F11/8 z/8 c3/8 c3/8 ^A3/8 c3/8 ^G5/8 z/8 ^G3/8 =G3/8 ^A3/8<br />
^A3/8 G3/8 ^G3/8 F11/8 z/8 c3/8 c3/8 ^A3/8 c3/8 ^G5/8 z/8 ^G3/8 =G3/8<br />
F3/8 G3/8 ^G3/8 ^A3/8 c11/8 z/8 c3/8 c3/8 ^A3/8 c3/8 ^G5/8 z/8 ^G3/8<br />
=G3/8 ^A3/8 ^A3/8 G3/8 ^G3/8 F5/8 z/8 F3/8 z3/8<br />
[c'3/8^g3/8^d3/8^G3/8] [c'3/8^g3/8^d3/8^G3/8] [^a3/8=g3/8^d3/8^D3/8]<br />
[c'3/8^d3/8c3/8^G3/8] [^g5/8f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8 [=g3/8c3/8C3/8]<br />
[f3/4^g3/4c3/4F3/4] [=g3/8c3/8^D3/8] [^g3/8f3/8F3/8^C3/8]<br />
[^a3/8f3/8F3/8^C3/8] [c'5/8e5/8=G5/8=C5/8] z/8 [c'5/8e5/8G5/8C5/8]<br />
z7/8 [^d3/8c3/8] [^d3/8c3/8] [=g3/8=d3/8^A3/8] [g3/8^d3/8c3/8]<br />
[c'3/8f3/8c5/8^G5/8] [c'3/8^d3/8] [^a3/8g3/8=d3/8=G3/8]<br />
[c'3/8^d3/8c3/8^G3/8] [^g5/8f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8 [=g3/8e3/8c3/8C3/8]<br />
[^g5/8f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8 [^g3/8f3/8c3/8F3/8] [=g3/8e3/8c3/8C3/8]<br />
[g3/8e3/8c3/8C3/8] [f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8 [f5/8c5/8F5/8] z7/8 [^d3/8c3/8]<br />
[^d3/8c3/8] [g3/8=d3/8^A3/8] [g3/8^d3/8c3/8] [c'3/8f3/8c5/8^G5/8]<br />
[c'3/8^d3/8] [^a3/8g3/8=d3/8=G3/8] [c'3/8^d3/8c3/8^G3/8]<br />
[^g5/8f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8 [=g3/8^d3/8c3/8C3/8] [f3/4c3/4^G3/4F3/4]<br />
[f3/8c3/8^G3/8F3/8] [e3/8c3/8=G3/8C3/8] [e3/8c3/8G3/8C3/8]<br />
[f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8 [f3/8c3/8F3/8] z3/8 c3/8 c3/8 ^A3/8 c3/8 ^G5/8 z/8<br />
=G3/8 ^A3/4 ^A3/8 G3/8 ^G3/8 F11/8 z/8 c3/8 c3/8 ^A3/8 c3/8 ^G5/8 z/8<br />
^G3/8 =G3/8 ^A3/8 ^A3/8 G3/8 ^G3/8 F11/8 z/8 c3/8 c3/8 ^A3/8 c3/8<br />
^G5/8 z/8 ^G3/8 =G3/8 F3/8 G3/8 ^G3/8 ^A3/8 c11/8 z/8 c3/8 c3/8 ^A3/8<br />
c3/8 ^G5/8 z/8 ^G3/8 =G3/8 ^A3/8 ^A3/8 G3/8 ^G3/8 F5/8 z/8 F3/8 z3/8<br />
[c'3/8^g3/8^d3/8^G3/8] [c'3/8^g3/8^d3/8^G3/8] [^a3/8=g3/8^d3/8^D3/8]<br />
[c'3/8^d3/8c3/8^G3/8] [^g5/8f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8 [=g3/8c3/8C3/8]<br />
[f3/4^g3/4c3/4F3/4] [=g3/8c3/8^D3/8] [^g3/8f3/8F3/8^C3/8]<br />
[^a3/8f3/8F3/8^C3/8] [c'5/8e5/8=G5/8=C5/8] z/8 [c'5/8e5/8G5/8C5/8]<br />
z7/8 [^d3/8c3/8] [^d3/8c3/8] [=g3/8=d3/8^A3/8] [g3/8^d3/8c3/8]<br />
[c'3/8f3/8c5/8^G5/8] [c'3/8^d3/8] [^a3/8g3/8=d3/8=G3/8]<br />
[c'3/8^d3/8c3/8^G3/8] [^g5/8f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8 [=g3/8e3/8c3/8C3/8]<br />
[^g5/8f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8 [^g3/8f3/8c3/8F3/8] [=g3/8e3/8c3/8C3/8]<br />
[g3/8e3/8c3/8C3/8] [f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8 [f5/8c5/8F5/8] z7/8 [^d3/8c3/8]<br />
[^d3/8c3/8] [g3/8=d3/8^A3/8] [g3/8^d3/8c3/8] [c'3/8f3/8c5/8^G5/8]<br />
[c'3/8^d3/8] [^a3/8g3/8=d3/8=G3/8] [c'3/8^d3/8c3/8^G3/8]<br />
[^g5/8f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8 [=g3/8^d3/8c3/8C3/8] [f3/4c3/4^G3/4F3/4]<br />
[f3/8c3/8^G3/8F3/8] [e3/8c3/8=G3/8C3/8] [e3/8c3/8G3/8C3/8]<br />
[f5/8c5/8F5/8] z/8 [f5/8c5/8F5/8] </td></tr></table><span class="postbody"><br />
<span style="font-style: italic">Cowbell/Drums part</span><br />
</span><table width="90%" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="3" border="0" align="center"><tr><td><span class="genmed"><b>Quote:</b></span></td></tr><tr><td class="quote">X: 1<br />
T: Ríu, ríu, chíu (2:07)<br />
Z: Sequenced by Curtis Clark - Transcribed using LotRO MIDI Player: <a href="http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi" target="_blank">http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi</a> (Rohenien of Landroval)<br />
% Original file: yuleriuriuchiu.mid<br />
% Transpose: 0<br />
L: 1/4<br />
Q: 108<br />
K: C<br />
<br />
z115/8 z41/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z7/8<br />
^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 ^F5/8 z7/8<br />
^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 z3/4 ^F3/8 ^F3/8<br />
z3/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 z3/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F3/8 z3/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 z3/2<br />
^F3/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 z3/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z/2 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 z9/8 ^F5/8 z/8<br />
^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 z3/4 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F3/8<br />
^F3/8 ^F3/8 z3/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 ^F5/8 z/8<br />
^F5/8 z/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 z3/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z7/8<br />
^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z7/8<br />
^F3/8 ^F3/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8<br />
^F3/8 z3/4 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 z3/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 z3/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F3/8<br />
z3/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 z3/2 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 z3/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z/2<br />
^F3/8 ^F3/8 z9/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8<br />
z3/4 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 z3/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z/8<br />
^F3/8 ^F3/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 z3/8 ^F5/8 z7/8<br />
^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z7/8<br />
^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z/8<br />
^F5/8 z7/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 z3/4 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 z3/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8<br />
z3/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F3/8 z3/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 z3/2 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 z3/8<br />
^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z/2 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 z9/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z/8<br />
^F5/8 z7/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 z3/4 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 z3/8 ^F5/8<br />
z/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8<br />
^F3/8 z3/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z7/8<br />
^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 ^F5/8 z7/8<br />
^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 z3/4 ^F3/8 ^F3/8<br />
z3/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 z3/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F3/8 z3/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 z3/2<br />
^F3/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 z3/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z/2 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 z9/8 ^F5/8 z/8<br />
^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 z3/4 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F3/8<br />
^F3/8 ^F3/8 z3/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 ^F5/8 z/8<br />
^F5/8 z/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 z3/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z7/8<br />
^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z7/8<br />
^F3/8 ^F3/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z/8 ^F5/8 z7/8 ^F3/8 ^F3/8<br />
^F3/8 z3/4 ^F3/8 ^F3/8 z3/8 ^F/8 ^F/8 ^F/8 ^F/8 ^F/8 z/8 ^F5/8 </td></tr></table><span class="postbody"><br />
<span style="font-weight: bold">Tempus Adest Floridum</span> (Duet for Lute or Harp and Cowbell or Drums)<br />
<span style="font-style: italic">Lute/Harp part</span><br />
</span><table width="90%" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="3" border="0" align="center"><tr><td><span class="genmed"><b>Quote:</b></span></td></tr><tr><td class="quote">X: 1<br />
T: Tempus Adest Floridum (0:24)<br />
Z: Sequenced by Curtis Clark - Transcribed using LotRO MIDI Player: <a href="http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi" target="_blank">http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi</a> (Rohenien of Landroval)<br />
% Original file: yuletempusadestfloridum.mid<br />
% Transpose: -2<br />
L: 1/4<br />
Q: 86<br />
K: C<br />
<br />
[f3/8c'15/8] z/8 f3/8 z/8 f3/8 z/8 g3/8 z/8 [f3/8c'15/8] z/8 f3/8 z/8<br />
c7/8 z/8 [d3/8^A7/8f7/8] z/8 c3/8 z/8 [d3/8c7/8g7/8] z/8 e3/8 z/8<br />
[f7/8c'15/8] z/8 f7/8 z/8 [f3/8c'15/8] z/8 f3/8 z/8 f3/8 z/8 g3/8 z/8<br />
[f3/8c'15/8] z/8 f3/8 z/8 c7/8 z/8 [d3/8^A7/8f7/8] z/8 c3/8 z/8<br />
[d3/8c7/8g7/8] z/8 e3/8 z/8 [f7/8c'15/8] z/8 f7/8 z/8 [c'3/8f15/8]<br />
z/8 ^a3/8 z/8 =a3/8 z/8 g3/8 z/8 [a3/8c'15/8] z/8 g3/8 z/8 f7/8 z/8<br />
[d3/8^A7/8f7/8] z/8 c3/8 z/8 [d3/8c7/8g7/8] z/8 e3/8 z/8 [f7/8c'15/8]<br />
z/8 f7/8 z/8 [c3/8f15/8c'15/8] z/8 c3/8 z/8 d3/8 z/8 e3/8 z/8<br />
[f3/8c'7/8] z/8 f3/8 z/8 [g7/8c7/8] z/8 [c'3/8f15/8] z/8 ^a3/8 z/8<br />
=a3/8 z/8 g3/8 z/8 [f7/8c'7/8] z/8 [^a7/8^A7/8f7/8] z/8 [f15/8c'15/8]</td></tr></table><span class="postbody"><br />
<span style="font-style: italic">Cowbell/Drums part</span><br />
</span><table width="90%" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="3" border="0" align="center"><tr><td><span class="genmed"><b>Quote:</b></span></td></tr><tr><td class="quote">X: 1<br />
T: Tempus Adest Floridum (0:23)<br />
Z: Sequenced by Curtis Clark - Transcribed using LotRO MIDI Player: <a href="http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi" target="_blank">http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi</a> (Rohenien of Landroval)<br />
% Original file: yuletempusadestfloridum.mid<br />
% Transpose: 0<br />
L: 1/4<br />
Q: 86<br />
K: C<br />
<br />
G7/8 z/8 G3/8 z/8 G3/8 z/8 G7/8 z/8 G3/8 z/8 G3/8 z/8 G7/8 z/8 G3/8<br />
z/8 G3/8 z/8 G3/8 z/8 G3/8 z/8 G7/8 z/8 G7/8 z/8 G3/8 z/8 G3/8 z/8<br />
G7/8 z/8 G3/8 z/8 G3/8 z/8 G7/8 z/8 G3/8 z/8 G3/8 z/8 G3/8 z/8 G3/8<br />
z/8 G7/8 z/8 G7/8 z/8 G3/8 z/8 G3/8 z/8 G7/8 z/8 G3/8 z/8 G3/8 z/8<br />
G7/8 z/8 G3/8 z/8 G3/8 z/8 G3/8 z/8 G3/8 z/8 G7/8 z/8 G7/8 z/8 G3/8<br />
z/8 G3/8 z/8 G7/8 z/8 G3/8 z/8 G3/8 z/8 G7/8 z/8 G3/8 z/8 G3/8 z/8<br />
G3/8 z/8 G3/8 z/8 G7/8 z/8 G7/8 </td></tr></table><span class="postbody"><br />
<span style="font-weight: bold">The Wassail Song</span> (Solo for Lute or Harp)<br />
</span><table width="90%" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="3" border="0" align="center"><tr><td><span class="genmed"><b>Quote:</b></span></td></tr><tr><td class="quote">X: 1<br />
T: The Wassail Song (0:42)<br />
Z: Sequenced by Curtis Clark - Transcribed using LotRO MIDI Player: <a href="http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi" target="_blank">http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi</a> (Rohenien of Landroval)<br />
% Original file: yulewassailsong.mid<br />
% Transpose: -2<br />
L: 1/4<br />
Q: 118<br />
K: C<br />
<br />
[e3/8c3/8] [c7/4z3/4] d3/8 e5/8 [e3/8d3/8] [c7/4z3/4] d3/8 e5/8 z/8<br />
[e3/8d3/8] c5/8 z/8 [B3/8g3/8] [c/2g/2] z/8 [d3/8g3/8] [e7/4g7/4] z/8<br />
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[c9/4a5/8] e/2 z/8 f/2 d/2 z/8 [A/2c/2] z/8 [G/2B/2] [E9/4c9/4] </td></tr></table><span class="postbody"><br />
<span style="font-weight: bold">The Winds of Yule</span> (Solo for Lute or Harp)<br />
</span><table width="90%" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="3" border="0" align="center"><tr><td><span class="genmed"><b>Quote:</b></span></td></tr><tr><td class="quote">X: 1<br />
T: The Winds of Yule (1:48)<br />
Z: Sequenced by Curtis Clark - Transcribed using LotRO MIDI Player: <a href="http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi" target="_blank">http://lotro.acasylum.com/midi</a> (Rohenien of Landroval)<br />
% Original file: yulewindsofyule.mid<br />
% Transpose: -14<br />
L: 1/4<br />
Q: 120<br />
K: C<br />
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http://celebigil.guildlaunch.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=32302574&gid=272285#32302574Sat, 8 Dec 2012 11:05:29 -0500Journal of Isilene Valcrest<span style="font-weight: bold">The following is an excerpt from the Journal of Isilene, daughter of Imralor and details the events leading up to what would later be known as "The Battle of the Ford":</span><br />
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<span style="font-style: italic">"...No sooner had we retreated back from the Coldfells, and come at last to the hidden refuge once more, than we heard the warning horns of our watchmen. The enemy was on the move. It would seem from early reports that the enemy had erected great siege engines with which to breach the ford and the power that the elves held over the mighty river which was known as the Bruinen. A thousand curses on the men of Angmar and their slaves..."</span><br />
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<span style="font-style: italic">"...Though weary from battle in the coldfells against the orcs of Gramsfoot, my guard and I mustered what few we could in short time and rode in haste to the Overwatch where we joined our watchmen. Their too, came Turchon and a few of his kinsmen, brave Rangers and cousins of the north, mail-clad elves of Elrond's folk their were too, and Guthmyr and few of his horsemen of Rohan were assembled as well. We formed our battle lines and awaited the first advances of the enemy on the eastern banks of the Ford of Bruinen, it was then that all beheld the power of the elves. Like a mighty power of the elder days, the Bruinen's waters roared and washed over the first wave of our enemies, all were smitten in its wrath. Yet no sooner had the waters passed than the foul craft of the enemy was set upon the Bruinen and the second wave of the wicked host rushed into the water, eager to test our resolve. In defiance we waded out to meet our enemy, my blood coarsed and all sense of weariness vanished from me as the battle began..."</span><br />
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<span style="font-style: italic">"...at the center of the formation did we march through the freezing water of the mountain river. Like a great, mobile stone we pressed against our enemy and they broke upon us like the sea upon the fair rocks of Dor-en-Ernil, my home in the south, though long has it been since I last smelled the scent of the southern sea. With tall shields and long spears and swords of light we drove hard into our enemies and our cries rang mightily in the gorge. Liken unto our fathers of Numenor before us we were filled with an ancient courage of elder days and mightily did we drive our host back to the western bank of the river. At our left flank did our kinsmen of this northern land fight. Mightily they fought, at our right flank the Rohirrim of Guthmyr drove a wedge, harrying the enemy from the backs of their tall steeds..."</span><br />
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<span style="font-style: italic">"...The test was over, and the enemy withdrew for the time, and so to did we, for the enemy knew now that the Ford would not be idley won, or defended by lesser foes than they. Our watch was doubled and all knew that the true battle would soon come..."</span>
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http://celebigil.guildlaunch.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=32271360&gid=272285#32271360Tue, 4 Dec 2012 13:47:06 -0500Journal of Caterine<span style="font-style: italic">There is quite a bit of space between the first entry and the second, and the handwriting and spelling are both noticeably better, though occasionally notes have been scribbled in other hands, one thin and spidery, others flowing, still more like runes turned to Common letters, and what seems to be instruction in Tengwar, in the margins and in large unoccupied spaces on the page.</span><br />
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It is difficult to find things to write about here on a daily basis. I suppose Bilbo was right when he said that dangerous and uncomfortable things are much more interesting to write about. At any rate there are a few things of note. I will be married soon to my sweet love Thurinhaer. He is kind and gentle and wonderful in every way, and he loves Mordagnir like a father.<br />
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<span style="font-style: italic">There are a few scribblings of congratulations in the margin, signed with the initials B.B., M.B., and P.T.</span><br />
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The wedding will be at my father's house in Midwinter. Of course all my friends are invited, though it is a shame that Bilbo is not fit to travel in the mountains in winter and the rest of my Hobbit-friends are leaving on a journey soon. I have given them all early Midwinter's gifts that I hope will be of use; warm clothes, mostly.<br />
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Mister Frodo, being Bilbo's heir and nephew, is a kind enough fellow, though a bit distant since the meeting. He has introduced me to his traveling companions (the ones who are not hobbits) and I could not agree more that they are excellent company for a dangerous journey, if not always the most interesting for conversation.<br />
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My friend Gloin's son Gimli was there; I might have met him once or twice by chance when I delivered goods to the Blue Mountains, as he was visiting relatives and friends of his father. He inquired after my ale which was awfully thoughtful of him. At least he remembers it kindly. I must make a note to send a flask with him, though it will likely run out very soon.<br />
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There is also an Elf from Mirkwood. His name is Legolas. Our conversations were largely made up of polite greetings followed by silence. I at first thought he did not like Men very much but then I learned he is a great Prince. It makes much more sense now. I am relieved now that I did not incite his royal anger with my mistaken lack of proper respect!<br />
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I also met two of the Men. One is a strong man from Gondor named Lord Boromir II, son of Denathor II, heir of the Steward of Gondor. I am ashamed to say that I found him very frightening. I felt that he glared at me whenever I was in the same room, when he could not get away with pretending I did not exist. I have done a lot of fetching for him when I have gone to visit my Hobbit-friends, so I believe he thinks I am some kind of servant of Lord Elrond's house. I believe the only time we spoke more than a few words at a time was when we were first introduced, during which he listed all his titles quite proudly (there were a great many of them, and only a small few were inherited). I try to avoid him.<br />
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The other Man I met is Lord Aragorn son of Arathorn. He is the chieftain of the Dunedain, so I suppose that makes him my leader. I felt very awkward meeting him because his name far precedes him, but he was kind with me. He knew my father, at least by name, as my father served under the command of his father (I had to explain that I was adopted, but he seemed to think that an unimportant detail). He wished me well, which made me very embarrassed. Oughtn't a chieftain order his men about?<br />
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They say there are only two Men in the company but I keep hearing of the Ranger Strider, particularly from Samwise and Merry and Pippin (they insisted I use their nicknames). I remember Strider well enough, though we did not talk much. I saw a great deal of him as a child, though he mostly spoke with my grandfather. I saw him every so often in the Pony as an adult, but we still had little to speak about. I often wonder if he ever learned I belonged to Radestel. In any case, I wonder if Strider is going along with them, at least partway.<br />
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Gandalf is also going. I suppose I could say I am on friendly terms with the Wizard, but that is hard to judge. Wizards are not like Men at all. At any rate, he is a great lover of Pipe-weed, and when I began to grow my own crop he often stopped by for some on his way to the Shire to visit his friends. With his help I perfected my variety, though I can only grow small amounts at a time. He still remains one of my best customers, though I would gladly give it to him for free. It is difficult not to like Gandalf, or so I often have felt, when he is in a merry mood, which was often when we met in my youth.<br />
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<span style="font-style: italic">There is a note in a hand clearly belonging to the Wizard himself:</span><br />
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I am glad you think so! There are not many who would agree. --G<br />
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<span style="font-style: italic">The journal continues uninterrupted:</span><br />
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At any rate that is all I have to write. Please feel free to leave messages for me in this journal, or comments. I do not see the point in writing secrets as if they will remain safe in a journal if it is hidden away. Anyone can trip over a rug or lie down on a bed and find a book hiding there.<br />
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<span style="font-style: italic">Following the entry there are many notes, mostly from Hobbits.</span><br />
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http://celebigil.guildlaunch.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=32233529&gid=272285#32233529Thu, 29 Nov 2012 20:47:43 -0500Update 9Here is a link to the Bullroarer notes for the next update. It's a hot topic today in GLFF and this thread is being updated continuously.<br />
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http://celebigil.guildlaunch.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=32213082&gid=272285#32213082Tue, 27 Nov 2012 14:10:17 -0500Alliance Newsletter is COMING SOON!I can write, do spelling/grammar/minor edits, and do graphics and art. It would give me something to do while my computer is gone.
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