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Winter's Majesty

Return to the Realm of Ebonshire and celebrate the magic and glory of winter, with enchanting melodies and heartwarming songs for the holiday season.

Music written and performed by Joseph Vargo
℗ Monolith Graphics. 21 tracks. 68 mins.
UPC: 887516066931. Release Date: 12-12-2012

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Other holiday albums: Winter's Knight · Winter's Eve · Ebonshire

Track List

  • 12. Ivory Steeds
  • 13. Winter Haven
  • 14. Forest Lullaby
  • 15. Days of Olde
  • 16. Saturnalia
  • 17. The Coming of the King
  • 18. Winter's Majesty
  • 19. We Three Kings
  • 20. Polaris
  • 21. Final Peace
  • * Sample Medley

Celebrate the magic and glory of winter

In the heart of the Ebonshire forest, the Winter King takes his place upon the crystal throne. With a single breath he transforms the woodlands into an enchanted kingdom of ice and snow. Raising his staff, he summons the four winds and sets them forth to spread his magic throughout the land. And as the earth is covered beneath a blanket of ivory white, the world rejoices in the wondrous realm of winter.
      This album features enchanting melodies and heartwarming songs for Yuletide, including an instrumental version of "We Three Kings" and a ghostly rendition of "Scarborough Fair" with original lyrics and musical arrangements by Joseph Vargo and vocals performed by Jeff Endemann.


Winter's Majesty 5

Great stuff.
Another great work from Nox Arcana. If you like music, buy this album.

Winter's Majesty 5

Gothic Rocks!!
This album is amazing i love it!! Joseph Vargo is amazing!

Winter's Majesty 5

Gothic genius
Once again Joseph Vargo shows us his artistic genius in this album. The soundscapes he creates are second to none. This is truly the music of a icy winter night!

Winter's Majesty 5

Haunting and Moving as ever.
This is dark, haunting, ambient music with a Medieval and Baroque twist. Nox Arcana's version of "Scarborough Fair" is marvelous.

Winter's Majesty 5

great music!!
Nox Arcana never disappoint! They don't have one bad song on here. Perfect way to round out their winter trilogy!