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in 1280 x 960 resolution
|1.||Dies Irae||07:17||Show lyrics|
|2.||Keep Me Here||03:39||Show lyrics|
|4.||A Joyless Occasion||03:09||Show lyrics|
|5.||Thrush and Wake||03:41||Show lyrics|
|6.||Yearning for the Tide||04:00||Show lyrics|
|7.||The Funeral Bazaar||03:02||Show lyrics|
|9.||The Last King Falls||03:29||Show lyrics|
|10.||The Hallowing||05:25||Show lyrics|
|Ted Tringo||Composition, Arrangements, Piano, Organ samples, Lyrics|
|Laurie Ann Haus||Vocals, Lyrics|
|Greg Ball||Cello, Contrabass, Snare drum|
|Terran Olson||Clarinet, Flute|
|Tanya Brody||Harp (Track 10)|
|Cathleen Torres||French horn|
|Laurie Ann Haus||Recording|
|Ted Tringo||Engineering, Layout|
CD limited to 1000 copies.
Re-released on CD in June, 2007 by Dark Symphonies. Comes with different cover art.
Rumored to be Autumn Tears' final album. Initially limited to 1000 copies worldwide, the album quickly sold out within three weeks. Due to an overwhelming demand, it was reissued making it available once again. On The Hallowing, the band had finally shed its shell of neoclassical, darkwave and gothic sound, in place of a more traditional classical and chamber music style. Drawing influences from such masters as Bach, Brahms, Hayden, Mahler and a host of others, Autumn Tears uses musical arrangements based on music theory. In place of the usual keyboards and samples, The Hallowing employs fully live, authentic classical instrumentation including a live string section, woodwinds, oboe, french horn and operatic vocals.