Za Khladny Gory​.​.​. (Over the Mountains Cold​.​.​.​)

by FS PROJEKT

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released 15 November 2013
Efes: music, lyrics, arrangements, guitars, bass


Featuring
Oleg Mishin: vocals, flute, production
Andrei Itschenko: drums
Choirs: Oleg Mishin, Anna Mishina
Female vocals: Anna Mishina
Keyboard sound design: Alexander Dronov

Drums recorded at: “Orange Studio”, Sergei Velichkin (vk.com/club20968006)
Guitars, bass, flute & vocals recorded at: “O.M.-Studio”, Oleg Mishin (www.olegmission.ru)
Mixed & mastered at: “Chyorniy Obelisk Studio”, Dmitriy Borisenkov

Artwork & Graphic Design
Concept: Efes
Artwork & graphic design by: Paint Rock Design for Musicians (vk.com/paintrock)
Photos by: TatyanaShagina (vk.com/club7535605)
Post-processing of photos by: Pavel Chistyakov (http://photoportal.pro| vk.com/fotolubitel)

SONGS:
1. Za Khladny Gory... (Over the Mountains Cold...)

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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: Za Khladny Gory... (Over the Mountains Cold...)
ZA KHLADNY GORY… (Over the Mountains Cold…)
Special Single “Za Khladny Gory…” (Over the Mountains Cold)
Music, arrangements and original Russian lyrics by Efes
© 2013, All Rights Reserved

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 so-called “Dwarven Song”) from “The Hobbit”.

Source of the original poem:
J. R. R. Tolkien. The HOBBIT or There and Back Again. HarperCollinsPublishers, Paperback Edition, 1993. pp. 24-25.