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to people who have seen the movie...   Friday, December 21, 2001 (10:31 p.m.) 

Does anyone know if the music that played during the moria scene is in the soundtrack? It's the track where they have men chanting in really low voices and it sounded kind of sombre.


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*spoilers* for those that haven't seen the movie   Saturday, December 22, 2001 (2:40 a.m.) 

> Does anyone know if the music that played during the moria scene is in the
> soundtrack? It's the track where they have men chanting in really low
> voices and it sounded kind of sombre.

I believe that's the track 'The Bridge of Khazad Dum' - where they're fleeing from the Balrog

The previous track 'A Journey in the Dark' covers the discovery of Balin's tomb up to the arrival of the Cave troll.

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Moria music - *Spoliers*   Monday, December 24, 2001 (1:01 a.m.) 

> Does anyone know if the music that played during the moria scene is in the
> soundtrack? It's the track where they have men chanting in really low
> voices and it sounded kind of sombre.

I was wondering that, too..."The Bridge of Khazad Dum" sounds more like the part after the stairs when Gandalf is confronting the shadow fire thingie on the bridge. I don't think they have that particular part on the soundtrack.
:( However, I'd be willing to bet money on there being a future album called "More Music From The Lord Of The Rings" or something...it's happening a lot nowadays--two soundtracks for one movie

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Re: Moria music - *Spoliers*   Saturday, December 29, 2001 (6:46 p.m.) 

I bought the book "The Lord Of The Rings: Movie Guide" and in there they also only included the characters and stuff like that from only the first movie. They might include some of the forgotten songs on the next soundtracks when "Two Towers" and "Return of the King" comes out. Actually- I was looking for the soundtrack online yesterday and it came up as there where two. There's the one -in stores- and there's one that had more tracks that weren't included on the the CD. There were four songs that said it wasn't put on the CD. I found that on Yahoo beleive or not!!


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Re: to people who have seen the movie...   Wednesday, January 16, 2002 (5:54 p.m.) 

> Does anyone know if the music that played during the moria scene is in the
> soundtrack? It's the track where they have men chanting in really low
> voices and it sounded kind of sombre.

Yes, that music is track 12, A Journey in the Dark. It is my favorite part of the score, especially where the the view opens up to the cathedral-like arches of the great hall. I saw the movie for the third time after buying the soundtrack, and only wish that the theme was developed longer...


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