Spotted: Invadable Harmony – Elvenking’s Halls

Spotted: Invadable Harmony – Elvenking’s Halls

Today I’m introducing you to Invadable Harmony. I don’t really know who this person in since Invadable Harmony (IH) don’t want to reveal it’s identity. Very mysterious. IH is however a composer from Morocco.

The song Elvenking’s halls is released as a single, but might be included on an album in the future. The single was released in April of 2019.

Tell us something about your track Elvenkin’s halls!
This fantasy medieval piece is inspired by Lord of the Rings and the Hobbit. The title of this piece refers to the halls of the elvenking “Thranduil”. These stunning halls were just inside a cave system in northern Mirkwood, in which King Thranduil and many of the Elves of Mirkwood lived during most of the Third Age and into the Fourth Age. The great cave had many passages and wide halls and was more wholesome than the goblin tunnels in the Misty Mountains. While most of the Elves lived in the woods the king’s halls served as his palace and treasure vault, and was also a fortress for the Elves in times of danger.

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