Both Landroval and Laurelin are servers with awesome music scenes, both boasting numerous musical groups and events. Landroval, I think, tends to have more regular band concerts. Laurelin has more varied types of events that feature music, some of them very ambitious. My musical group, Andunie, is a group of Elf musicians that plays on both Landroval and Laurelin. We have some skilled composers of original music as well as those who transcribe existing music into abc form. (I'm not a composer myself, but I've been told my transcriptions are quite good.) I may be biased, but I think we're easily one of the most musically versatile groups.
Originally Posted by Rustinferth
Landroval is not an official RP server so technically anything goes there. I have in the past been leader of a group that performed all manner of modern music, some more fitting to the environment, some wildly inappropriate by most RPers' standards, to general praise and enthusiasm from the Landroval community. Landroval is a very accepting group. I'm not really sure how people feel about such things on Laurelin. Though from the response Andunie has received from playing certain songs, I get the feeling that if you can somehow connect the song to the lore (through lyrics or description, etc.) or create a transcription that is not egregiously modern, they're fairly accepting as well. There is no official policy about what should or should not be played with the music system, as far as I know.
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