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Re: emotion
• Posted by: David Pintado
• Date: Friday, March 26, 2004, at 12:46 p.m.
• IP Address: adsl-66-125-135-97.dsl.lsan03.pacbell.net
• In Response to: emotion (pippin)

> what part of the rotk was everyone's most musically emotional part? I must
> say I have never felt so moved by a film as i was during the
> "lighting of the beacons" (The White Tree). my mouth was open,
> literally. and i nearly fell out of my chair (not literally, but
> figuratively).
anyway, anybody else have a particular moment that
> sticks out too you in the rotk, particulary associated to the music.

> Under the Mercy
pippin

I'd have to agree with all the prior posts. The sweeping Gondor theme as they ascend the city, the lighting of the beacons in the White Tree, and yes! the forging of Anduril were pieces that gave me goosebumps. But one piece not mentioned that really held me on the edge of my seat, especially during the movie, was The End of All Things. Everything here erupts into a frenzy to destroy the thing, and you have to watch in anguish over the struggle of not only the ring, but watching the rest of the fellowship face an almost emminent doom. (haha, mount doom double meaning) Definitely had my adrenaline going, EVEN though I still knew what was going to happen. Great music.

And don't forget the music during, "The strawberries, Mr. Frodo. Remember the taste of strawberries?" Oh man, I wanna go and see this thing again!




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