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Re: Music to the Lotr Trilogy
• Posted by: Magpie
• Date: Thursday, October 30, 2003, at 2:10 p.m.
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• In Response to: Music to the Lotr Trilogy (Cesar Ruales)

> I am just pondering if downloadable music that have notes to the LOTR
> series will currently available. If it were to be available, I would have
> it in a heartbeat. I am currently a violinist, and I have learned sum of
> concerning the hobbits on my violin and "breaking of the
> fellowship" on the piano. I wish to learn more, so that I can inspire
> myself into more of the music. It would be greatly appreciated

> Much Obliged
LOTR Music Lover8)
-Cesar Ruales has digital sheet music. You can sample one page of all their digital music. You can also download Gollum's Song for free if you have TTT DVD and a DVD player on your computer and can access the net. (Just insert the DVD in your computer, get online and follow directions.) I have downloaded Gollum's Song and paid for and downloaded Forth Eorlingas.

LOTR digital sheet music

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