The Music, the Park and Mornie Alantie

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This weekend has been crazy with concerts on the Landroval server as we get closer to the big date of Weatherstock 2013. In fact, just a half hour after finishing up a pre-Weatherstock concert with my own band I found myself in the Bree-town park area (across from the Bree-town jail) listening to the next group in the lineup: Mornie Alantie.

Mornie Alantie

Curudirion, Gilweneth, Arelias, Fenjae, Caipre, and Gvenya in the back.

Perinulf, Gavii, and Marebald in the front.

What prompted you to start a band?

We simply liked to play music together and wanted to share it with others.

How did you decide what to call the band?

It’s the name of our kin. Since the band didn’t have a name of it’s own, we just took it over.

Do you compose or transcribe your own music?

Yes, we do

How about original music?

Yes, we have some original music written by Arelas

What genre does your band like to play the most?

Medieval Folk-Rock

Do you regularly hold public concerts? And if so, when and where?

Not really, but we do hold public concerts from time to time, wherever we like it. We also play at events we’re invited to.

Do you perform with a band outfit? If so, how did you decide what to wear?

Yes, we decided to wear our kin robes on Landroval, because we all could get hold of it.

What is your favorite part of performing music?

Seeing the audience enjoying themselves and having a good time.

If you could say one thing to encourage others to start playing music, what would it be?

Just try it and you’ll see what happens.

Mornie Firework

Medieval Folk-Rock sounds like it covers a pretty broad spectrum of music and Mornie Alantie certainly played a variety of styles for the enjoyment of a nice crowd in Bree. They kept the crowd dancing with many lively tunes as well as serenading us with several ballads and lyrical pieces.

Mornie Lights

From stories out adventurous outlaws to a song that required the audience to sing along with the chorus…

Mornie Michel Delving

To their popular song Mordor, Mordor

Mornie Mordor

Mornie Alantie kept the audience happily participating until the sun came up. With their memorable red robes and their engaging tunes this band is another strong contender for Weatherstock.

 

4 comments

  1. Lilikate Buggins. /

    Thanks for posting, I’m sad I missed this one but hopefully I will get to see them sometime in the future.

  2. Andang /

    Another great interview!

  3. Hadford /

    It was a great concert, and such a nice turnout too. Thanks for posting!

  4. Kaleigh Starshine /

    It is difficult to make all of these concerts, so these write-ups are very nice to read. Thank you!

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