Elfiyskiy Marsh (The Elven March)

by FS PROJEKT

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This song was conceived to mark the third and final installment of Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit trilogy, it is also a tribute to all those good people whose hearts are in Middle-Earth forever and ever.

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released 21 December 2014

Efes: music, lyrics, arrangements, electric guitars, classic guitar, bass, production, keyboard sound design

Featuring
Oleg Mishin: vocals, production, keyboard sound design
Paweł "Pawulon" Jaroszewicz: drums
Anna Mishina: female vocals

Choirs: Oleg Mishin, Anna Mishina

Electric guitars, classic guitar & bass recorded at: FS-Studio // Efes
Drums recorded at: JNS Studio (ex-Progresja Studio) // Paweł Janos Grabowski
Vocals & choirs recorded at: O.M.-Studio // Oleg Mishin
Electric guitars & bass reamped at: CosmosStudio // Arkadiy Navaho, Efes
Mixed & mastered at: Navaho Hut Studio // Arkadiy Navaho

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Concept: Efes
Artwork & graphic design by: Pavel Kurbanov (Pavel Kurbanov Design Studio)

Photos by: Tatyana Shagina, Jan Fronczak
Post-processing of photos by: Pavel Chistyakov, Jan Fronczak, Pavel Kurbanov

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FS PROJEKT Moscow, Russia

FS PROJEKT is the result of the creative effort and cooperation of its mastermind Efes with Oleg Mishin, a renowned Russian musician.

Efes comes out in it as the author of music, lyrics and arrangements as well as a guitarist and a bassist. Oleg Mishin’s province is that of a producer and a vocalist.

FS PROJEKT’s music can be described epic fantasy-metal.
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Track Name: Elfiyskiy March (The Elven March)
The Russian lyrics of this song require no translation into English. The lyrics are themselves Efes’ own liberal translation of Tolkien’s original poem (the song of the Rivendell elves) from The Hobbit.

Source of the original poem:
J. R. R. Tolkien. The HOBBIT or There and Back Again. HarperCollinsPublishers, Paperback Edition, 1993. pp. 277-278.