Symphony of Enchanted Lands

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Symphony of Enchanted Lands
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Studio album by Rhapsody
Released October 5, 1998
Recorded Mid-1998, Gate Studio, Wolfsburg, Germany
Length 55:42
Label Limb Music
Producer Sascha Paeth and Miro
Rhapsody chronology
Legendary Tales
Symphony of Enchanted Lands
Dawn of Victory
Singles from Symphony of Enchanted Lands
  1. "Emerald Sword"
    Released: September 9, 1998
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

Symphony of Enchanted Lands is an album released by Rhapsody in 1998. It is the second album of the Emerald Sword Saga.

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics written by Luca Turilli; all music composed by Turilli and Alex Staropoli.

No. Title Length
1. "Epicus Furor" ("Epic Fury") 1:15
2. "Emerald Sword" 4:21
3. "Wisdom of the Kings" 4:29
4. "Heroes of the Lost Valley"
I. "Entering the Waterfalls' Realm"
II. "The Dragon's Pride
5. "Eternal Glory" 7:29
6. "Beyond the Gates of Infinity" 7:23
7. "Wings of Destiny" 4:28
8. "The Dark Tower of Abyss" 6:47
9. "Riding the Winds of Eternity" 4:13
10. "Symphony of Enchanted Lands"
I. "Tharos' Last Flight"
II. "Hymn of the Warrior"
III. "Rex Tremende"
IV. "The Immortal Fire


Band members[edit]

Guest musicians[edit]

  • Sascha Paeth - acoustic guitars, mandolin, balalaika
  • Don Kosaken - Russian choirs
  • Helmstedter Kammerchor, conducted by Andreas Lamken - sacred choirs
  • Thomas Rettke, Robert Hunecke-Rizzo, Ricky Rizzo, Cinzia Rizzo, Tatiana Bloch, Davide Calabrese, Michele Mayer, Giuliano Tarlon, Cristiano Adacher, Manuel Staropoli - choirs
  • Constanze Backes - female baroque voice on "Symphony of Enchanted Lands"
  • Sir Jay Lansford - Narrator spoken parts
  • Erik Steenbock - marching drums
  • Manuel Staropoli - baroque recorders & baroque oboe
  • Matthias Brommann - lead violin
  • Claas Harders - viola da gamba
  • Ulrike Wildenhof, Almut Schlicker, Stefanie Holk, Friedrike Bauer, Matthias Brommann - violins
  • Marie-Theres Strumpf, Cosima Bergk, Jan Larsen - violas
  • Hagen Kuhr - cello
  • Andre Neygenfind - contrabass
  • Stefan Horz - harpsichord


  • Produced by Sascha Paeth and Miro.
  • Engineered, mixed and mastered by Sascha Paeth and Miro at Gate Studio in Wolfsburg, Germany
  • All Artwork by: Eric Philippe
  • Photography by: Karsten Koch, Hannover


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