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Re: The Breaking of the Fellowship...Different version?
• Posted by: chicara
• Date: Wednesday, October 29, 2003, at 10:14 a.m.
• IP Address: webcachew02b.cache.pol.co.uk
• In Response to: The Breaking of the Fellowship...Different ver... (Marty87)

the prague philharmonic orchestra has recorded a slightly different version that does run into "may it be", and they play that on classic fm a lot. i think howard shore is planning to make lotr into a symphony; this may be part of it.

> Ok, so, i was listening to 'classic fm at the movies' on the radio on
> saturday last week when the show presenter played 'the breaking of the
> fellowship' piece. Only thing is, i'm pretty sure that the version he
> played was slightly different than the version on the album. Has anyone
> else heard a different version of this, or am i hearing things...?




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