Ainulindalë (Quenya: [ˌɑi̯nuˈlindɑlɛ]; "Music of the Ainur") is the creation account in J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium, published as the first part of the ...
Summary Edit. The Ainur and the Matter of their Music. The opening paragraphs of Ainulindalë concern the time before the creation of the World and before the ...
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The Ainulindalë (Quenya, pronounced [ˌaɪnuˈlindale] eye-noo-lin-dahl-eh) is the title of the first part of The Silmarillion. Synopsis. The tale begins ...
Ainulindalë, based on J.R.R Tolkien’s book “The Silmarillion”, tells the story of the World’s creation, the forces that seek to bring life, as ...
Ainulindalë The Great Music of the Ainur. The tale of the making of the World through the Music of the Ainur, of which its name is the Quenya version. Notes. 1.
ainulindalë Tolkien based folk music Nevrast, released 30 March 2014 1. Hither Land 2. The Parting 3. By the Shore 4. Namarië 5. Vinyamar 6. Under May's Moon 7.
Ainulindalë was formed in 2002 by sole member Engwar. The acoustic music and lyrics are based on Tolkien's works The Lord Of The Rings and The Silmarillion.
Images uploaded by kyzf42 ... "To Melkor among the Ainur had been given the greatest gifts of power and knowledge, and he had a share in all the gifts of his brethren.
Middle-earth is the setting of much of J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium. The term is equivalent to the term Midgard of Norse mythology, describing the human-inhabited ...