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Gondor theme

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Gondor theme   Monday, October 14, 2002 (10:47 p.m.) 

I've taken notice the past three out of ten times I've seen the movie , that there is a very short and almost unoticable theme for Gondor. It's a small trumpet motif that is played when Boromir refers to his city both at the council of Elrond and while talking to Aragorn in Lothlorien. I found it, small as it is, to be a most noble and beautiful motif with great potential in the next two films. I do hope Shore does continue to use this tiny gem.

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Ah, you noticed it, too? It'll be on the complete 6 CD-edition (2004) *NM*   Wednesday, October 30, 2002 (8:27 a.m.) 



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Re: Gondor theme   Monday, November 18, 2002 (3:04 p.m.) 

> I've taken notice the past three out of ten times I've seen the movie ,
> that there is a very short and almost unoticable theme for Gondor. It's a
> small trumpet motif that is played when Boromir refers to his city both at
> the council of Elrond and while talking to Aragorn in Lothlorien. I found
> it, small as it is, to be a most noble and beautiful motif with great
> potential in the next two films. I do hope Shore does continue to use this
> tiny gem.

It's actually a french horn, not a trumpet. A deeper and more mellow tone.

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Well, that makes it even better! *NM*   Monday, November 18, 2002 (3:16 p.m.) 



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