SONGS BY VLADEPTUS

BESTIARY THEMES - PEOPLE THEMES - MISCELLANEOUS SONGS
SANTHARIAN PLACES THEMES

 

On this overview page we've collected all musical pieces you can find in the Santharian Music section composed and/or performed by the respective artist. The various musical pieces are ordered by topics and then song title. To download a specific musical piece, simply right-click on the appropriate link next to the title and save the file to your hard drive.
 

Vladeptus

BESTIARY THEMES Length Save Intro Entry
The Imp 3:11 min. Download music Read introduction Read text
The Unicorn 5:50 min. Download music Read introduction Read text
The Unicorn (Adagio for Piano) 2:48 min. Download music Read introduction Read text
         
MISCELLANEOUS SONGS        
The Journey 4:27 min. Download music Read introduction Read text
         
PEOPLE THEMES        
Annils Norgerinth 3:01 min. Download music Read introduction Read text
Arkan Delath 1:09 min. Download music Read introduction Read text
         
SANTHARIAN PLACES THEMES        
Theme of Nepris 2:34 min. Download music Read introduction Read text

 
The Imp
THE IMP

3:11 min. (2.92 MB)

BY VLADEPTUS

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FROM THE ALBUM "WHAT THE DRAGON HEARD" (TRACK #13)
Imps are small, magically created beings, mainly used as helpers for their creators, the mages. There are many different types of Imps as it depends on the powers of the mage who created them, how he created them and for which purpose he did it. Return to the top

 

The Unicorn
THE UNICORN

5:50 min. (5.35 MB)

BY VLADEPTUS

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FROM THE ALBUM "MUSIC TO WATCH UNICORNS BY" (TRACK #4)
The Unicorn is a mythical horse-like beast, with a horn attached on its forehead. Unicorns can live to be hundreds, perhaps even thousands of years old if left untouched by evil hands. There is little genuine fact known about the animal, due to it being mainly a creature of myth and legend. The elves see in the Unicorn is the symbolic animal of Foiros, God of the Sun, representing in its uniqueness and purity the sun, the Injèrá, and thus the High Goddess Avá the One, She Who Dreameth Forth All Things. Return to the top

 

The Unicorn
THE UNICORN (ADAGIO FOR PIANO)

2:48 min. (2.56 MB)

BY VLADEPTUS

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FROM THE ALBUM "FATE TAKES YOUR HAND" (TRACK #16)
The Unicorn is a mythical horse-like beast, with a horn attached on its forehead. Unicorns can live to be hundreds, perhaps even thousands of years old if left untouched by evil hands. There is little genuine fact known about the animal, due to it being mainly a creature of myth and legend. The elves see in the Unicorn is the symbolic animal of Foiros, God of the Sun, representing in its uniqueness and purity the sun, the Injèrá, and thus the High Goddess Avá the One, She Who Dreameth Forth All Things. Return to the top

 

 
The Journey
THE JOURNEY

4:27 min. (4.08 MB)

BY VLADEPTUS

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FROM THE ALBUM "FATE TAKES YOUR HAND" (TRACK #1)
ORIGINALLY TITLED "FATE TAKES YOUR HAND" (CANDYMAN TRIBUTE)

With "The Journey" the famous Manthrian poet Monsonius created a highly influential short story that would reverberate many centuries in the future. And this even though Monsonius kept working on this rather short piece of literature until his death, never satisfied with the result. Only with Chyrán of Caelum this fascinating kind of incongruous, yet beautiful image-laden story-telling would find a new master, serving as inspiration for his famous poetic novel "The Ring".

Unlike other stories the extraordinary tale of the "Journey" is unique in the way this captivating text progresses and manages to hold one's interest by constantly changing perspectives. In the "Journey" we follow the invitation of an unknown person and are led to dive into a world full of mysteries, oddities, images and visions. Where nothing is what it is supposed to be, the reader soon gets lost and more and more entangled in questions, drawn into a dreamlike kaleidoscope of events that seem to lead even further away from the ultimate goal of finding that unknown someone. But will the journey ever end? And who's waiting on the other end of what might just be a dream? Or is it?. Return to the top

 

 
ANNILS NORGERINTH

3:01 min. (2.77 MB)

BY VLADEPTUS

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FROM THE ALBUM "WHAT THE DRAGON HEARD"
Annils Norgerinth (236-212 b.S.) was a hero of the ancient Avennorians, respectively of the region of the current village of Nepris (Nehlan in former times) in the eastern Santharian province of Manthria. Norgerinth was a simple fisherman, who proved his courage in the last year of his young life when he led the inhabitants of the smaller fishing villages east of the Mithral Mountains against an advance guard of the orcish army during the Third Sarvonian War. With the means he could gather, Norgerinth successfully defended Crazy Woman Pass against the invaders till support from the 7th royal division of the Avennorians arrived to repel the orcs and to re-conquer already lost territory. Tough the battle at Crazy Woman Pass was only a minor one during SW III, it was crucial for the survival of the fishing villages near the Adanian coast. Therefore Norgerinth is still celebrated as a local hero. His remains rest in a tomb hewn in stone by the Mitharim dwarves of the Mithral, only a small distance away from Crazy Woman Pass and near the Toran Falls. Return to the top

 

The Pirate Arkan Delath
ARKAN DELATH

1:09 min. (1.05 MB)

BY VLADEPTUS

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FROM THE ALBUM "MUSIC TO WATCH UNICORNS BY"
Arkan Delath (1612-) is the leader of the large band of pirates known as the Crimson Blades. He was the one who led the Crimson Blades to the capture of a large Stratanian convoy in the Sea of Tears, and the complete and utter destruction of the fleet that protected it, all with only four ships at his disposal. He has been commented on being one of the greatest military leaders of his time, even if he is a scoundrel. Return to the top

 

 
Theme of Nepris
THEME OF NEPRIS

2:34 min. (2.36 MB)

BY VLADEPTUS

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FROM THE ALBUM "WHAT THE DRAGON HEARD" (TRACK #18),
ORIGINALLY TITLED "HERO'S REST"

The village of Nepris is a small fishing village of about 200 people. The fishermen there harvest several species of fish, seaweed and shellfish that they trade or sell to the local dwarves or traders from the Mithral Route. Return to the top

 

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