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Re: the most haunting moment on the record is..
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• Posted by: Erik   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, January 4, 2005, at 9:45 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: the most haunting moment on the record is.... (Sarah)

Hi Sarah.

I think the soloist at the ends of Helm's Deep is Isabel Bayrakdarian, the same soloist on Evenstar. Same vocal style.


> You people are all forgetting: at the end of track 12, 'Helm's Deep', there is but a few seconds of a woman singing. In the movie, it corresponds to the part where, after the Warg attack, Gimli (wrongly)tells Eowyn at Helm's Deep that Aragorn is dead. This part, definitely, is the most haunting moment of the soundtrack (even more so than Evenstar), and one of the most touching parts of the movie. I wonder, could any of you tell me why the woman singing is not credited on the album?
Thanks in advance.

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