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• Posted by: john
• Date: Thursday, August 19, 2004, at 8:33 a.m.
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• In Response to: AWESOME MISSING MUSIC (Matt)

> First off I hope that an extended version is soon released along with the
> 9 disc they promised so that the comments I am about to say are put to
> rest.
Second- the missing stuff.
-During the reforging of Narsil
> in the movie there is a great and powerful first statement of the Gondor
> theme. People complain there wasn't enough of the Gondorian theme in the
> CD and I disagree but that first statement we hear in the movie would have
> been awesome to hear in the soundtrack.
> This music is in the soundtrack, and is absolutely jaw dropping, but is
> changed in the movie!! The chord progression is completely different! Its
> effective yes, but not as breathtaking as the soundtrack version. It seems
> the brass overrides the insane picking of the strings in the movie, and
> sometimes almost sounds not in harmony.
-The awesome statement of the
> Sauron theme that is desperately needed in the soundtrack. Its heard when
> Grond is hammering at Minas Tirith's gate, but never heard in the CD, very
> dissapointing. But at least we had Minas Morgul to remind us of the terror
> filled Sauron theme although altered severely.
> ROHIRRIM! What a dissapointment this was on the soundtrack. It was not the
> ride, but the pre-ride! Yes we hear the beginning of it and ending in
> "The Fields of Pelennor" but never the in between which is where
> we hear the Rohan statement again pronounced with the Hardanger fiddle so
> emotionally as they charge.
-Aragorn coming to Minas Tirith! We hear
> another great statement of the Gondor theme as he begins attack in the
> movie, but never in the soundtrack. This symbolizes him first of all as
> king and entering his city as it plays when he attacks. Also the amazing
> action piece heard when Legolas takes the Mumakil down is something I
> would definetly love to hear on the upcoming discs.

> If I missed anything let me know.
The music I want so bad is the part where Aragorn says,for Frodo,and the fellowship theme explodes with all its glory with chorus rising and rising.FREAKIN AWESOME!!!

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