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Re: LOTR: TTT Favourite track
• Posted by: Isilwen
• Date: Thursday, March 6, 2003, at 8:16 p.m.
• IP Address: dsc02-ari-co-2-229.rasserver.net
• In Response to: Re: LOTR: TTT Favourite track (daryl)

I just bought the soundtrack about 2 hours ago. I'd have to say my favorite is "Evenstar". It brought me to tears, even though I could only understand parts of the Elvish, the singing was so beautiful. If a song makes me cry, it's a good one... I've been seriously studying ballet for 2 years now, intense 5-6, sometimes 7 day a week training, and have gotten used to really really understanding the music to play the part, I'm quite used to understanding what the music means in relation to the dance, so over analyzing a peice is quite common for me. In any case, while I am used to doing this, I am not accustomed to finding a peice that can make me cry. The emotions in the story in this part where so extreme, so passionate, and it is really conveyed in the music, as well, which really surprised me. I didn't listen to the music that much the two times I went to see The Two Towers, so I was pleasantly surprised when I listened to the music. Howard Shore is a genious, it takes a lot to make me cry.

Isilwen




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