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Master of Lake-Town Theme??

Joel A. Griswell
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Master of Lake-Town Theme??   Tuesday, January 27, 2015 (10:21 p.m.) 
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First of all, fantastic review, really appreciate all the detail and thought that CC put into this!

I do have one thing that really stuck out. Christian talks about the "Lake-town politician" theme that plays twice in this score. Indeed. So far, so good. Then a few sentences later, he talks about the "Master of Lake-town" clavichord theme making no appearances on this score.... Lost me there.

So to my knowledge, that "politician" theme that plays twice IS the Master's theme, simple as that. I don't why he's referring to these are two separate things. Either I'm really missing something here, or Christian did, or else there's just some super confusing wording going on here.

Anyone else care to clarify here? Thanks.


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Re: Master of Lake-Town Theme??   Wednesday, January 28, 2015 (6:51 a.m.) 

> So to my knowledge, that "politician" theme that plays twice IS
> the Master's theme, simple as that. I don't why he's referring to these
> are two separate things. Either I'm really missing something here, or
> Christian did, or else there's just some super confusing wording going on
> here.

> Anyone else care to clarify here? Thanks.

Yes the Master had his own theme. His dog and his penis also had their own themes.



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Re: Master of Lake-Town Theme??   Thursday, January 29, 2015 (1:51 a.m.) 

> Yes the Master had his own theme. His dog and his penis also had their own
> themes.

You know, as a satire on Shore's compositional approach to Middle-earth, this is actually downright hilarious.


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Re: Master of Lake-Town Theme??   Saturday, January 31, 2015 (7:38 p.m.) 

> Yes the Master had his own theme. His dog and his penis also had their own
> themes.

The theme for the penis is written in the key of D major.



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Re: Master of Lake-Town Theme??   Friday, February 6, 2015 (2:20 p.m.) 

> The theme for the penis is written in the key of D major.

He plays a hard D-Major-7" extended chord every time the Master's penis is the focus of the camera. Usually when there's lots of gold on the screen.

(Message edited on Friday, February 6, 2015, at 2:21 p.m.)


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