Camille and Kennerly | Misty Mountains (from "The Hobbit")

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Misty Mountains (from "The Hobbit")

by Camille and Kennerly

"Misty Mountains (Cold)" from The Hobbit arranged and performed by Camille and Kennerly (The Harp Twins) on their Electric Harps.
Genre: Classical: Film Music
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Camille and Kennerly perform their exciting and emotional arrangement of "Misty Mountains (Cold)" from The Hobbit on their Electric Harps.


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Steven Angulo

Literally enchanting!
Like genuine elves, Camille and Kennerly use their harps to produce lovely spells throughout this song, especially during the exquisite glissandi. I can never listen to this charming piece only once because it is so irresistible!

John Broadway

Misty Mountains
I doubt if Tolkien could ever have imagined that his brilliant writings would one day inspire two overwhelmingly talented harpists to create such a beautiful harp version about the Misty Mountains. The Harp Twins have transformed this Hobbit soundtrack tune into a delightfully sweet and enchanting little melody which pleases the senses and carries the listener away to a mystical land where Elves, Dwarves and Hobbits reside. If the gentle harp music were not inspiration enough to promote the power of good, one glance at the beautiful Elfish princesses in the cover art to accompany this tune must surely melt the hearts of even the hardest of battle hungry Orcs.