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Posted 06 December 2013 - 09:16 PM

The Themes of Howard Shore’s The Hobbit

 

Compiled by Jason LeBlanc

 

Copyright 2013 Jason LeBlanc

Do not copy without my express permission.


 

Themes (In order of appearance)

 

RETURNING FROM THE LORD OF THE RINGS

 

The Shire

AUJ 1-01 0:52-1:11

AUJ 1-02 0:00-0:57

AUJ 1-07 1:38-1:47

AUJ 2-05 1:37-2:08

AUJ 2-14 0:45-1:01

DOS 1-01 0:49-1:04

DOS 2-07 0:09-0:32

 

The Hobbit Outline

AUJ 1-02 0:24-0:45

 

Hobbits (Doug’s name: The Shire Rural Setting)

AUJ 1-02 1:03-1:21

AUJ 1-02 1:51-2:26

 

Smoke Rings

AUJ 1-02 2:26-2:41

 

Gandalf’s Fireworks

AUJ 1-02 3:41-3:50

AUJ 1-02 3:55-4:04

 

Hobbit Mischief

AUJ 1-07 1:15-1:24

 

Sauron’s Descending Thirds

AUJ 1-10 4:49-5:51 (Necromancer Variation)

AUJ 1-14 1:41-1:49 (Necromancer Variation)

AUJ 2-04 0:36-0:48

AUJ 2-04 5:53-6:06 (Necromancer Variation)

AUJ 2-04 6:16-6:40 (Necromancer Variation)

DOS 1-03 0:55-1:11 (Necromancer Variation)

DOS 1-03 2:09-2:27

DOS 1-04 1:30-1:40 (Necromancer Variation)

DOS 1-04 3:45-4:11 (Necromancer Variation)

DOS 2-05 0:11-0:31

DOS 2-05 1:31-1:34

DOS 2-05 2:03-2:10

DOS 2-05 2:36-3:08

DOS 2-10 1:11-1:33 (Necromancer Variation)

DOS 2-10 1:33-1:49

DOS 2-10 2:48-2:51

DOS 2-11 3:20-3:26 (Bolg Variation?)

DOS 2-11 3:34-3:48 (Bolg Variation?)

DOS 2-11 7:56-7:59

DOS 2-11 8:08-8:10

DOS 2-12 4:32-4:33

DOS 2-12 4:47-4:49

 

Sauron’s Theme

AUJ 1-10 6:22-6:36

AUJ 1-14 3:10-3:23 (New Variation)

AUJ 2-04 8:06-8:29 (New Variation)

DOS 1-03 1:27-1:43 (New Variation)

DOS 1-04 3:49-3:59

DOS 2-05 2:36-2:53

 

A Hobbit’s Understanding

AUJ 1-14 0:08-0:33

 

Lothlórien

AUJ 1-15 2:28-2:41

AUJ 2-04 3:50-4:26

AUJ 2-05 0:47-1:04

 

Rivendell

AUJ 2-01 0:59-1:56

AUJ 2-01 2:11-2:24

AUJ 2-04 0:00-0:32

AUJ 2-04 0:52-1:30

 

Isengard

AUJ 2-04 4:38-4:50

 

The History of the Ring

AUJ 2-08 0:14-0:30

AUJ 2-08 0:46-1:03

AUJ 2-08 2:34-2:47

AUJ 2-09 0:41-0:59

DOS 1-06 6:43-7:08

DOS 1-08 2:20-2:32

 

Gollum’s Menace

AUJ 2-08 1:44-1:58

AUJ 2-08 2:04-2:08

 

The Pity of Gollum

AUJ 2-08 4:22-4:36

AUJ 2-09 5:14-5:29

 

Nature’s Reclamation

AUJ 2-10 1:58-2:08

 

The Witch King Of Angmar’s Theme

AUJ 2-17 2:23-2:52

 

Bree

DOS 1-01 1:04-1:17

 

Footsteps of Doom

DOS 1-13 0:40-1:02

DOS 1-13 1:37-1:42

 

Elven Healing

DOS 2-09 1:56-2:08

 

The Heroics of Legolas

DOS 2-11 5:00-5:14


 

INTRODUCED IN AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY

 

House of Durin

AUJ 1-01 0:00-0:37 (History of the Ring combo version)

AUJ 2-11 0:32-0:46 (History of the Ring combo version)

DOS 2-02 3:07-4:10

DOS 2-04 0:00-0:48

DOS 2-05 1:11-1:24

DOS 2-11 5:49-6:37

DOS 2-13 0:54-1:17

DOS 2-13 1:51-1:56

DOST 2-13 3:06-3:22

 

Bilbo’s Adventure Theme

AUJ 1-01 0:37-0:52

AUJ 1-08 0:12-0:41

AUJ 2-11 3:25-3:41

AUJ 2-14 0:00-0:31

DOS 1-09 0:00-0:13

 

Erebor

AUJ 1-01 1:57-2:17

AUJ 1-01 5:44-5:52

AUJ 1-05 0:55-1:13

AUJ 1-05 1:53-2:13

AUJ 1-15 2:06-2:28

AUJ 2-02 0:58-1:18

AUJ 2-02 3:07-3:17

AUJ 2-11 1:22-1:30

AUJ 2-11 4:10-4:42

DOS 1-04 4:31-4:41 (New Variation)

DOS 1-06 1:28-1:32

DOS 1-11 1:28-1:33

DOS 2-03 0:18-0:26

DOS 2-03 1:53-2:08

DOS 2-04 1:01-1:26

DOS 2-06 0:45-0:53 (New Variation)

DOS 2-06 3:16-3:33 (Opening Notes)

DOS 2-06 5:20-5:40 (New Variation)

DOS 2-11 1:01-1:10 (New Variation)

 

Thorin’s Theme

AUJ 1-01 2:17-2:40

AUJ 1-01 5:34-5:44

AUJ 1-05 0:00-0:21

AUJ 1-05 0:29-0:55

AUJ 1-05 1:30-1:34

AUJ 1-05 2:13-2:27

AUJ 1-05 2:46-3:03

AUJ 1-09 1:54-2:01

AUJ 1-09 2:52-3:01

AUJ 1-09 3:57-4:18

AUJ 2-02 2:42-3:07

AUJ 2-05 0:21-0:39

AUJ 2-05 3:15-3:25

AUJ 2-11 0:46-0:51

AUJ 2-11 4:42-4:50

DOS 1-01 1:42-1:50 (Shortened)

DOS 1-10 3:28-3:46

DOS 1-14 1:09-1:18

DOS 2-03 0:08-0:13 (First 2 notes)

DOS 2-03 1:05-1:13

DOS 2-03 2:08-2:23

DOS 2-06 0:53-0:58

DOS 2-06 2:31-2:40 (Opening notes)

DOS 2-06 3:02-3:16 (Opening notes)

DOS 2-06 4:55-5:20

DOS 2-06 5:42-5:50

DOS 2-06 6:27-7:08

DOS 2-11 6:37-6:44

DOS 2-13 3:40-3:56

 

The Arkenstone

AUJ 1-01 3:03-3:21

AUJ 1-05 2:38-2:46

DOS 1-02 0:16-0:19

DOS 2-06 7:08-7:28

DOS 2-10 0:35-0:41

DOS 2-12 3:24-3:32

 

The Woodland Realm

AUJ 1-01 3:23-3:32

DOS 1-04 1:18-1:30

DOS 1-06 7:32-7:41 (Legolas Variation)

DOS 1-07 0:36-0:50

DOS 1-07 0:50-1:05 (B Section)

DOS 1-07 3:25-3:44 (Dark Variation)

DOS 1-07 3:44-4:06 (B Section)

DOS 1-07 4:09-4:16

DOS 1-10 1:26-1:29 (Legolas Variation)

DOS 1-10 1:32-1:38 (Legolas Variation)

DOS 1-10 3:56-4:10 (Legolas Variation)

DOS 1-10 4:10-4:16 (B Section)

DOS 1-13 0:00-0:40 (Dark Variation)

DOS 2-02 1:46-2:14

DOS 2-02 2:20-2:40

DOS 2-02 2:00-2:14 (B Section)

DOS 2-11 4:49-4:55 (Legolas Variation)

DOS 2-11 5:14-5:30 (Legolas Variation)

DOS 2-11 5:41-5:46 (Legolas Variation)

DOS 2-11 8:28-8:38 (Legolas Variation)

DOS 2-11 8:57-9:02 (Legolas Variation)

DOS 2-11 9:31-9:41 (Legolas Variation)

DOS 2-15 1:46-2:36

 

Smaug’s A Theme

AUJ 1-01 4:16-4:34

AUJ 1-01 4:57-5:11

AUJ 1-01 6:06-6:16

AUJ 2-11 5:27-5:44

DOS 1-01 0:41-0:48

DOS 1-02 1:11-1:21

DOS 1-13 2:01-2:09

DOS 2-04 1:44-1:57

DOS 2-08 0:07-0:09 (first two notes)

DOS 2-08 0:33-0:38 (first two notes)

DOS 2-08 0:53-1:00

DOS 2-08 1:20-1:28

DOS 2-08 1:57-2:03

DOS 2-08 2:17-2:25

DOS 2-08 2:41-2:56

DOS 2-10 0:41-0:46

DOS 2-10 1:02-1:07

DOS 2-10 3:22-3:27

DOS 2-11 0:28-0:46

DOS 2-11 1:10-1:32

DOS 2-12 0:43-0:45

DOS 2-12 1:21-1:25

DOS 2-12 4:34-4:35

DOS 2-12 5:02-5:08

DOS 2-13 0:30-0:36

DOS 2-13 1:19-1:29

DOS 2-13 2:34-2:44

DOS 2-13 4:35-4:44

 

Smaug’s B Theme

AUJ 1-01 4:57-5:11

AUJ 1-05 1:33-1:53

DOS 1-03 0:02-0:29

DOS 2-04 1:30-1:44

DOS 2-08 0:38-1:02

DOS 2-08 2:03-2:17

DOS 2-10 0:20-0:25

DOS 2-10 0:54-1:02

DOS 2-10 3:09-3:22

DOS 2-12 0:34-1:16

DOS 2-12 2:34-2:46

DOS 2-12 4:26-4:34

DOS 2-12 4:39-4:51

DOS 2-13 2:18-2:34

DOS 2-13 3:56-4:04

DOS 2-13 4:14-4:34

 

Thorin’s Pride

AUJ 1-01 6:29-7:00

AUJ 1-01 7:22-7:47

AUJ 1-13 0:44-0:56

AUJ 1-13 1:50-2:03

AUJ 1-13 2:14-2:19

DOS 1-06 8:37-8:56

DOS 1-07 0:00-0:11

DOS 1-07 2:21-2:43

 

Bilbo’s Odd Behavior Theme

AUJ 1-02 1:30-1:51

AUJ 1-02 4:05-4:18

 

Gandalf The Grey’s Theme

AUJ 1-02 3:32-3:41

AUJ 1-03 0:30-0:35

AUJ 1-03 2:13-2:22

AUJ 1-10 0:00-0:16

AUJ 1-10 0:16-0:37 (B Section)

AUJ 1-12 3:54-3:59

AUJ 1-12 4:42-4:45

AUJ 1-13 1:47-1:50

DOS 1-01 2:30-2:44

DOS 2-05 1:45-1:51

 

Bilbo’s Fussy Theme

AUJ 1-03 1:51-2:05

AUJ 1-08 0:55-1:08

AUJ 1-12 0:27-0:38

AUJ 2-14 1:01-1:19

DOS 1-09 0:22-0:31

DOS 2-01 2:59-3:17

 

The Dwarf Lords

AUJ 1-03 3:43-4:04 (B Section)

AUJ 2-16 0:00-0:37

AUJ 2-16 0:57-1:35

AUJ 2-16 1:35-1:57 (B Section)

 

Bilbo’s Baggins/Took Theme

AUJ 1-05 4:42-5:03 (Baggins)

AUJ 1-05 5:03-5:22 (Took)

AUJ 1-05 5:22-5:41 (B Section)

AUJ 1-05 5:41-5:53 (End cap)

AUJ 1-07 1:03-1:15 (B Section)

AUJ 2-04 1:30-1:58 (Baggins)

AUJ 2-04 1:58-2:23 (Took)

AUJ 2-11 3:41-3:50 (B Section)

AUJ 2-13 0:09-0:32 (Baggins)

AUJ 2-13 0:32-0:52 (Took)

AUJ 2-13 0:52-1:12 (B Section)

AUJ 2-13 1:12-1:48 (End Cap)

AUJ 2-14 0:31-0:45 (Took)

 

The Company’s Adventure Theme

AUJ 1-08 0:41-0:55

AUJ 2-15 0:00-0:25

AUJ 2-15 0:39-1:01

 

The Company’s Main Theme

AUJ 1-08 1:28-2:01

AUJ 1-12 2:22-2:31

AUJ 2-02 0:39-0:58

AUJ 2-05 0:00-0:21

AUJ 2-05 2:22-3:15

AUJ 2-17 0:49-1:04

 

The Company’s Journey Theme

AUJ 1-08 2:01-2:16

AUJ 2-17 0:00-0:48

 

Azog’s Theme (Descending Thirds Variation)

AUJ 1-09 0:57-1:03

AUJ 1-09 4:35-4:43

AUJ 2-03 0:03-0:09

AUJ 2-03 0:17-0:23

AUJ 2-03 0:53-1:01

AUJ 2-06 3:36-3:48

AUJ 2-07 1:06-1:21

AUJ 2-10 2:11-2:15

DOS 1-03 1:11-1:18

DOS 1-10 4:32-4:35

DOS 1-13 2:43-2:58

 

The Necromancer’s Theme (Skip-Beat or Threat of Mordor Variation?)

AUJ 1-10 6:09-6:22

AUJ 1-14 2:49-2:59

AUJ 2-04 7:41-8:06

DOS 1-03 1:44-1:53

DOS 1-03 2:27-2:46

DOS 1-12 2:01-2:10

DOS 1-12 2:35-2:39

DOS 1-12 2:44-2:58

DOS 2-05 0:37-0:49

 

The Corruption of Mirkwood

AUJ 1-10 0:37-0:50

AUJ 1-10 1:12-1:39

AUJ 1-10 2:05-2:13

AUJ 2-04 6:40-7:30

 

Radagast’s Theme

AUJ 1-10 0:50-1:12

AUJ 1-10 3:50-4:45

AUJ 1-14 0:46-0:57

AUJ 1-15 0:05-0:13

AUJ 1-15 0:59-1:08

 

Mirkwood Spiders Theme

AUJ 1-10 2:40-2:53

DOS 1-06 1:53-1:59

 

The Troll’s Theme

AUJ 1-11 1:34-1:57

AUJ 1-12 0:09-0:27

AUJ 1-12 0:53-1:04

AUJ 1-12 1:12-1:35

 

Bilbo’s Burglar Theme

AUJ 1-12 4:08-4:22

AUJ 2-08 3:48-4:00

AUJ 2-09 4:40-4:58

 

The Warg Riders

AUJ 1-15 0:00-0:05

AUJ 1-15 0:23-0:29 (Call)

AUJ 1-15 0:29-0:34

AUJ 1-15 0:42-0:52

AUJ 1-15 1:11-1:16

AUJ 1-15 1:28-1:36

AUJ 2-10 0:19-0:29

AUJ 2-10 0:32-0:44 (Call)

AUJ 2-10 0:53-1:03

AUJ 2-10 1:25-1:34

AUJ 2-10 1:43-1:44

AUJ 2-10 2:19-2:29

DOS 1-02 1:06-1:11

DOS 1-02 1:16-1:26

 

Moonlight Reveal

AUJ 2-02 2:20-2:42

DOS 2-06 4:29-4:42

 

Goblins

AUJ 2-07 0:08-0:36 (Brass Version)

AUJ 2-07 0:38-0:57

AUJ 2-09 1:18-1:51

AUJ 2-09 2:28-2:42

AUJ 2-09 4:05-4:23

 

The High Fells

AUJ 2-17 1:19-1:1:44

DOS 1-12 0:11-0:33


 

INTRODUCED IN DESOLATION OF SMAUG

 

Desolation of Smaug Opening Logos Theme

DOS 1-01 0:00-0:36 - Opening Logos

 

Beorn’s Theme

DOS 1-02 0:49-0:58

DOS 1-02 1:45-2:15

DOS 1-02 2:22-2:31

DOS 1-02 2:43-3:12

DOS 1-04 0:00-1:02

DOS 1-04 4:12-4:31

 

Mirkwood

DOS 1-04 1:02-1:18

DOS 1-05 0:24-0:36

DOS 1-05 1:12-1:37

DOS 1-05 1:46-2:23

DOS 1-05 2:45-3:01

DOS 1-05 3:10-3:16

DOS 1-05 3:31-3:38

DOS 1-05 3:58-4:13

DOS 1-06 0:10-0:26 (First 2 notes repeated)

DOS 1-06 2:18-2:28

DOS 1-07 0:11-0:15

DOS 1-07 2:07-2:20

 

The Nine

DOS 1-04 3:22-3:38

DOS 1-12 0:54-1:10

DOS 1-12 1:39-2:06

DOS 1-12 3:04-3:33

DOS 1-13 1:14-1:37

 

Tauriel’s Theme

DOS 1-06 7:51-8:05

DOS 1-07 4:31-4:53

DOS 1-07 4:53-5:08 (B Section)

DOS 1-08 0:16-0:17

DOS 1-10 1:10-1:26

DOS 1-10 1:29-1:32

DOS 1-10 1:38-1:44 (B Section)

DOS 1-10 2:15-2:28

DOS 1-10 2:56-2:59

DOS 1-10 4:35-4:39

DOS 2-02 1:31-1:35

DOS 2-09 0:17-0:24 (B Section)

DOS 2-11 5:00-5:14 (B Section)

DOS 2-15 2:36-3:52

DOS 2-15 3:52-4:26 (B Section)

DOS 2-15 4:26-4:50

DOS 2-15 4:50-5:22 (B Section)

 

Tauriel and Kili’s Love Theme

DOS 1-08 1:26-2:04 (A Section)

DOS 1-08 2:04-2:18 (B Section)

DOS 1-08 2:32-2:43 (A Section)

DOS 2-09 0:24-1:17 (B Section)

DOS 2-09 1:17-1:56 (A Section)

DOS 2-15 0:00-1:02 (B Section)

DOS 2-15 1:02-1:44 (A Section)

 

Bard’s Theme

DOS 1-11 0:09-0:36

DOS 1-11 2:34-2:41

DOS 1-14 0:03-0:18

DOS 1-14 0:46-1:04

DOS 2-01 1:28-2:04

DOS 2-02 2:44-3:00

DOS 2-03 1:22-1:44

DOS 2-11 1:32-1:59

DOS 2-11 1:59-2:15 (B Section)

 

The Politicians of Lake-town

DOS 1-11 2:56-3:12

DOS 1-14 2:28-2:50

DOS 1-14 2:50-3:05 (B Section)

DOS 1-14 3:05-3:31

DOS 2-01 0:28-1:19

DOS 2-01 2:04-2:27

DOS 2-01 2:27-2:38 (Retrograde)

DOS 2-03 2:45-3:00 (Inverted)

DOS 2-11 0:18-0:28

 

Lake-town

DOS 1-14 1:44-2:10

DOS 2-01 0:04-0:28

DOS 2-03 0:27-0:51

 

Bard’s Family

DOS 2-01 2:43-2:52

 

Girion’s Theme

DOS 2-02 0:18-0:58

DOS 2-11 0:46-1:01

 

Dragon Sickness

DOS 2-04 1:57-2:10

DOS 2-10 0:00-0:20

DOS 2-10 2:00-2:37

DOS 2-10 3:04-3:34

DOS 2-12 0:14-0:24

DOS 2-12 4:05-5:02

DOS 2-13 2:04-2:34

 

Thrain’s Theme

DOS 2-06 0:00-0:45


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 09:16 PM

Track-by-Track listing


 

AUJ 1-01 My Dear Frodo

0:00-0:37 House of Durin (History of the Ring combo version)

0:37-0:52 Bilbo’s Adventure Theme

0:52-1:11 The Shire (Pensive)

1:57-2:17 Erebor

2:17-2:40 Thorin’s Theme

3:03-3:21 The Arkenstone

3:23-3:32 The Woodland Realm

4:16-4:34 Smaug’s A Theme

4:57-5:11 Smaug’s A Theme

4:57-5:11 Smaug’s B Theme

5:34-5:44 Thorin’s Theme

5:44-5:52 Erebor

6:06-6:16 Smaug’s A Theme

6:29-7:00 Thorin's Pride

7:22-7:47 Thorin's Pride

 

AUJ 1-02 Old Friends

0:00-0:57 The Shire (Pensive)

0:24-0:45 Hobbit Outline

1:03-1:21 The Shire (Rural)

1:30-1:51 Bilbo’s Odd Behavior Theme

1:51-2:26 The Shire (Rural)

2:26-2:41 Smoke Rings

3:32-3:41 Gandalf The Grey's Theme

3:41-3:50 Gandalf’s Fireworks

3:55-4:04 Gandalf’s Fireworks

4:05-4:18 Bilbo’s Odd Behavior Theme

 

AUJ 1-03 An Unexpected Party

0:30-0:35 Gandalf The Grey's Theme

1:51-2:05 Bilbo’s Fussy Theme

2:13-2:22 Gandalf The Grey's Theme

3:43-4:04 The Dwarf Lords

 

AUJ 1-04 Blunt the Knives

 

AUJ 1-05 Axe or Sword

0:00-0:21 Thorin’s Theme

0:29-0:55 Thorin’s Theme

0:55-1:13 Erebor

1:30-1:34 Thorin’s Theme

1:33-1:53 Smaug’s B Theme

1:53-2:13 Erebor

2:13-2:27 Thorin’s Theme

2:38-2:46 The Arkenstone

2:46-3:03 Thorin’s Theme

4:42-5:03 Bilbo’s Baggins/Took Theme (Baggins)

5:03-5:22 Bilbo's Baggins/Took Theme (Took)

5:22-5:41 Bilbo's Baggins/Took Theme (B Section)

5:41-5:53 Bilbo's Baggins/Took Theme (End Cap)

 

AUJ 1-06 Misty Mountains

 

AUJ 1-07 The Adventure Begins

1:03-1:15 Bilbo's Baggins/Took Theme (B Section)

1:15-1:24 Hobbit Mischief

1:38-1:47 The Shire (Pensive)

 

AUJ 1-08 The World is Ahead

0:12-0:41 Bilbo’s Adventure Theme

0:41-0:55 The Company’s Adventure Theme

0:55-1:08 Bilbo’s Fussy Theme

1:28-2:01 The Company’s Main Theme

2:01-2:16 The Company’s Journey Theme

 

AUJ 1-09 An Ancient Enemy

0:57-1:03 Azog's Theme

1:54-2:01 Thorin’s Theme

2:52-3:01 Thorin’s Theme

3:57-4:18 Thorin’s Theme

4:35-4:43 Azog's Theme

 

AUJ 1-10 Radagast the Brown

0:00-0:16 Gandalf The Grey's Theme

0:16-0:37 Gandalf The Grey's Theme (B Section)

0:37-0:50 The Corruption of Mirkwood

0:50-1:12 Radagast’s Theme

1:12-1:39 The Corruption of Mirkwood

2:05-2:13 The Corruption of Mirkwood

2:40-2:53 Mirkwood Spiders’ Theme

3:50-4:45 Radagast’s Theme

4:49-5:51 Sauron's Descending Thirds (Necromancer Variation)

6:09-6:22 The Necromancer’s Theme

6:22-6:36 Sauron's Theme

 

AUJ 1-11 The Trollshaws

1:34-1:57 The Trolls' Theme

 

AUJ 1-12 Roast Mutton

0:09-0:27 The Trolls' Theme

0:27-0:38 Bilbo’s Fussy Theme

0:53-1:04 The Trolls' Theme

1:12-1:35 The Trolls' Theme

2:22-2:31 The Company’s Main Theme

3:54-3:59 Gandalf The Grey's Theme

4:08-4:22 Bilbo’s Burglar Theme

4:42-4:45 Gandalf The Grey's Theme

 

AUJ 1-13 A Troll-hoard

0:44-0:56 Thorin's Pride

1:47-1:50 Gandalf The Grey's Theme

1:50-2:03 Thorin's Pride

2:14-2:19 Thorin's Pride

 

AUJ 1-14 The Hill of Sorcery

0:08-0:33 A Hobbit’s Understanding

0:46-0:57 Radagast’s Theme

1:41-1:49 Sauron's Descending Thirds (Necromancer Variation)

2:49-2:59 The Necromancer’s Theme

3:10-3:23 Sauron's Theme (New Variation)

 

AUJ 1-15 Warg-Scouts

0:00-0:05 The Warg Riders

0:05-0:13 Radagast’s Theme

0:23-0:29 The Warg Riders (Call)

0:29-0:34 The Warg Riders

0:42-0:52 The Warg Riders

0:59-1:08 Radagast’s Theme

1:11-1:16 The Warg Riders

1:28-1:36 The Warg Riders

2:06-2:28 Erebor

2:28-2:41 Lothlórien

 

AUJ 2-01 The Hidden Valley

0:59-1:56 Rivendell

2:11-2:24 Rivendell

 

AUJ 2-02 Moon Runes

0:39-0:58 The Company’s Main Theme

0:58-1:18 Erebor

2:20-2:42 Moonlight Reveal

2:42-3:07 Thorin’s Theme

3:07-3:17 Erebor

 

AUJ 2-03 The Defiler

0:03-0:09 Azog's Theme

0:17-0:23 Azog's Theme

0:53-1:01 Azog's Theme

 

AUJ 2-04 The White Council

0:00-0:32 Rivendell

0:36-0:48 Sauron's Descending Thirds

0:52-1:30 Rivendell

1:30-1:58 Bilbo’s Baggins/Took Theme (Baggins)

1:58-2:23 Bilbo’s Baggins/Took Theme (Took)

3:50-4:26 Lothlórien

4:38-4:50 Isengard

5:53-6:06 Sauron's Descending Thirds (Necromancer Variation)

6:16-6:40 Sauron's Descending Thirds (Necromancer Variation)

6:40-7:30 The Corruption of Mirkwood

7:41-8:06 The Necromancer’s Theme

8:06-8:29 Sauron's Theme (New Variation)

 

AUJ 2-05 Over Hill

0:00-0:21 The Company’s Main Theme

0:21-0:39 Thorin’s Theme

0:47-1:04 Lothlórien

1:37-2:08 The Shire (Pensive)

2:22-3:15 The Company’s Main Theme

3:15-3:25 Thorin’s Theme

 

AUJ 2-06 A Thunder Battle

3:36-3:48 Azog's Theme

 

AUJ 2-07 Under Hill

0:08-0:36 Goblins (Brass Version)

0:38-0:57 Goblins

1:06-1:21 Azog's Theme

 

AUJ 2-08 Riddles in the Dark

0:14-0:30 The History Of The Ring

0:46-1:03 The History Of The Ring

1:44-1:58 Gollum’s Menace

2:04-2:08 Gollum’s Menace

2:34-2:47 The History Of The Ring

3:48-4:00 Bilbo’s Burglar Theme

4:22-4:36 The Pity Of Gollum

 

AUJ 2-09 Brass Buttons

0:41-0:59 The History Of The Ring

1:18-1:51 Goblins

2:28-2:42 Goblins

4:05-4:23 Goblins

4:40-4:58 Bilbo’s Burglar Theme

5:14-5:29 The Pity Of Gollum

 

AUJ 2-10 Out Of The Frying Pan

0:19-0:29 The Warg Riders

0:32-0:44 The Warg Riders (Call)

0:53-1:03 The Warg Riders

1:25-1:34 The Warg Riders

1:43-1:44 The Warg Riders

1:58-2:08 Nature’s Reclamation

2:11-2:15 Azog's Theme

2:19-2:29 The Warg Riders

 

AUJ 2-11 A Good Omen

0:32-0:46 House of Durin (History of the Ring combo version)

0:46-0:51 Thorin’s Theme

1:22-1:30 Erebor

3:25-3:41 Bilbo’s Adventure Theme

3:41-3:50 Bilbo’s Baggins/Took Theme (B Section)

4:10-4:42 Erebor

4:42-4:50 Thorin’s Theme

5:27-5:44 Smaug’s A Theme

 

AUJ 2-12 Song Of The Lonely Mountain

 

AUJ 2-13 Dreaming of Bag End

0:09-0:32 Bilbo’s Baggins/Took Theme (Baggins)

0:32-0:52 Bilbo’s Baggins/Took Theme (Took)

0:52-1:12 Bilbo's Baggins/Took Theme (B Section)

1:12-1:48 Bilbo's Baggins/Took Theme (End Cap)

 

AUJ 2-14 A Very Respectable Hobbit

0:00-0:31 Bilbo’s Adventure Theme

0:31-0:45 Bilbo’s Baggins/Took Theme (Took)

0:45-1:01 The Shire (Pensive)

1:01-1:19 Bilbo’s Fussy Theme

 

AUJ 2-15 Erebor

0:00-0:25 The Company’s Adventure Theme

0:39-1:01 The Company’s Adventure Theme

 

AUJ 2-16 The Dwarf Lords

0:00-0:37 The Dwarf Lords

0:57-1:35 The Dwarf Lords

1:35-1:57 The Dwarf Lords (B Section)

 

AUJ 2-17 The Edge of the Wild

0:00-0:48 The Company’s Journey Theme

0:49-1:04 The Company’s Main Theme

2:23-2:52 The Witch King Of Angmar’s Theme

 

DOS 1-01 Quest For Erebor

0:00-0:36 Desolation of Smaug Opening Logos Theme

0:41-0:48 Smaug’s A Theme

0:49-1:04 The Shire

1:04-1:17 Bree

1:42-1:50 Thorin’s Theme (Shortened)

2:30-2:44 Gandalf the Grey’s Theme

 

DOS 1-02 Wilderland

0:16-0:19 The Arkenstone

0:49-0:58 Beorn’s Theme

1:06-1:11 The Warg Riders

1:11-1:21 Smaug’s A Theme

1:16-1:26 The Warg Riders

1:45-2:15 Beorn’s Theme

2:22-2:31 Beorn’s Theme

2:43-3:12 Beorn’s Theme

 

DOS 1-03 A Necromancer

0:02-0:29 Smaug’s B Theme

0:55-1:11 Sauron’s Descending Thirds (Necromancer Variation)

1:11-1:18 Azog's Theme

1:27-1:43 Sauron’s Theme (New Variation)

1:44-1:53 Necromancer’s Theme

2:09-2:27 Sauron’s Descending Thirds

2:27-2:46 Necromancer’s Theme

 

DOS 1-04 House Of Beorn

0:00-1:02 Beorn’s Theme

1:02-1:18 Mirkwood

1:18-1:30 The Woodland Realm

1:30-1:40 Sauron’s Descending Thirds (Necromancer Variation)

3:22-3:38 The Nine

3:44-4:11 Sauron’s Descending Thirds (Necromancer Variation)

3:49-3:59 Sauron’s Theme

4:12-4:31 Beorn’s Theme

4:31-4:41 Erebor (New Variation)

 

DOS 1-05 Mirkwood

0:24-0:36 Mirkwood

1:12-1:37 Mirkwood

1:46-2:23 Mirkwood

2:45-3:01 Mirkwood

3:10-3:16 Mirkwood

3:31-3:38 Mirkwood

3:58-4:13 Mirkwood

 

DOS 1-06 Flies and Spiders

0:10-0:26 Mirkwood (First 2 notes repeated)

1:28-1:32 Erebor

1:53-1:59 Mirkwood Spiders Theme

2:18-2:28 Mirkwood

6:43-7:08 The History of the Ring

7:32-7:41 The Woodland Realm (Legolas Variation)

7:51-8:05 Tauriel’s Theme

8:37-8:55 Thorin's Pride

 

DOS 1-07 The Woodland Realm

0:00-0:11 Thorin's Pride

0:11-0:15 Mirkwood

0:36-0:50 The Woodland Realm

0:50-1:05 The Woodland Realm (B Section)

2:07-2:20 Mirkwood

2:21-2:43 Thorin's Pride

3:25-3:44 The Woodland Realm (Dark Variation)

3:44-4:06 The Woodland Realm (B Section)

4:09-4:16 The Woodland Realm

4:31-4:53 Tauriel’s Theme

4:53-5:08 Tauriel's Theme (B Section)

 

DOS 1-08 Feast Of Starlight

0:16-0:17 Tauriel’s Theme

1:26-2:04 Tauriel and Kili’s Love Theme (A Section)

2:04-2:18 Tauriel and Kili’s Love Theme (B Section)

2:20-2:32 History Of The Ring

2:32-2:43 Tauriel and Kili’s Love Theme (A Section)

 

DOS 1-09 Barrels Out Of Bond

0:00-0:13 Bilbo’s Adventure Theme

0:22-0:31 Bilbo’s Fussy Theme

 

DOS 1-10 The Forest River

1:10-1:26 Tauriel’s Theme

1:26-1:29 The Woodland Realm (Legolas Variation)

1:29-1:32 Tauriel’s Theme

1:32-1:38 The Woodland Realm (Legolas Variation)

1:38-1:44 Tauriel's Theme (B Section)

2:15-2:28 Tauriel’s Theme

2:56-2:59 Tauriel’s Theme

3:28-3:46 Thorin’s Theme

3:56-4:10 The Woodland Realm (Legolas Variation)

4:10-4:16 The Woodland Realm (B Section)

4:32-4:35 Azog's Theme

4:35-4:39 Tauriel’s Theme

 

DOS 1-11 Bard, A Man Of Lake-Town

0:09-0:36 Bard’s Theme

1:28-1:33 Erebor

2:34-2:41 Bard’s Theme

2:56-3:12 The Politicians of Laketown

 

DOS 1-12 The High Fells

0:11-0:33 The High Fells

0:54-1:10 The Nine

1:39-2:06 The Nine

2:01-2:10 The Necromancer’s Theme

2:35-2:39 The Necromancer’s Theme

2:44-2:58 The Necromancer’s Theme

3:04-3:33 The Nine

 

DOS 1-13 The Nature Of Evil

0:00-0:40 The Woodland Realm (Dark Variation)

0:40-1:02 The Footsteps of Doom

1:14-1:37 The Nine

1:37-1:42 The Footsteps of Doom

2:01-2:09 Smaug’s A Theme

2:43-2:58 Azog's Theme

 

DOS 1-14 Protector Of The Common Folk

0:03-0:18 Bard’s Theme

0:46-1:04 Bard’s Theme

1:09-1:18 Thorin’s Theme

1:44-2:10 Lake-town

2:26-2:50 The Politicians of Laketown

2:50-3:05 The Politicians of Laketown (B Section)

3:05-3:31 The Politicians of Laketown

 

DOS 2-01 Thrice Welcome

0:04-0:28 Lake-town

0:28-1:19 The Politicians of Laketown

1:28-2:04 Bard’s Theme

2:04-2:27 The Politicians of Laketown

2:27-2:38 The Politicians of Laketown (Retrograde)

2:43-2:52 Bard’s Family

2:59-3:17 Bilbo’s Fussy Theme

 

DOS 2-02 Girion, Lord of Dale

0:18-0:58 Girion’s Theme

1:31-1:35 Tauriel’s Theme

1:46-2:00 The Woodland Realm

2:00-2:14 The Woodland Realm (B Section)

2:20-2:40 The Woodland Realm

2:44-3:00 Bard’s Theme

3:07-4:10 House of Durin

 

DOS 2-03 Durin’s Folk

0:08-0:13 Thorin’s Theme (First 2 notes)

018-0:26 Erebor

0:27-0:51 Laketown

1:05-1:13 Thorin’s Theme

1:22-1:44 Bard’s Theme

1:53-2:08 Erebor

2:08-2:23 Thorin’s Theme

2:45-3:00 The Politicians of Laketown (Inverted)

 

DOS 2-04 In The Shadow Of The Mountain

0:00-0:48 House of Durin

1:01-1:26 Erebor

1:30-1:44 Smaug’s B Theme

1:44-1:57 Smaug’s A Theme

1:57-2:10 Dragon Sickness

 

DOS 2-05 A Spell Of Concealment

0:11-0:31 Sauron’s Descending Thirds

0:37-0:49 The Necromancer’s Theme

1:11-1:24 House of Durin

1:31-1:34 Sauron’s Descending Thirds

1:45-1:51 Gandalf The Grey’s Theme

2:03-2:10 Sauron’s Descending Thirds

2:36-2:53 Sauron’s Theme

2:36-3:08 Sauron’s Descending Thirds

 

DOS 2-06 On The Doorstep

0:00-0:45 Thrain’s Theme

0:45-0:53 Erebor (New Variation)

0:53-0:58 Thorin’s Theme

2:31-2:40 Thorin’s Theme (Opening Notes)

3:02-3:16 Thorin’s Theme (Opening Notes)

3:16-3:33 Erebor (Opening notes)

4:29-4:42 Moonlight Reveal

4:55-5:20 Thorin’s Theme

5:20-5:40 Erebor (New Variation)

5:42-5:50 Thorin’s Theme

6:27-7:08 Thorin’s Theme

7:08-7:28 The Arkenstone

 

DOS 2-07 The Courage Of Hobbits

0:09-0:32 The Shire

 

DOS 2-08 Inside Information

0:07-0:09 Smaug’s A Theme (first two notes)

0:33-0:38 Smaug’s A Theme (first two notes)

0:38-1:02 Smaug’s B Theme

0:53-1:00 Smaug’s A Theme

1:20-1:28 Smaug’s A Theme

1:57-2:03 Smaug’s A Theme

2:03-2:17 Smaug’s B Theme

2:17-2:25 Smaug’s A Theme

2:41-2:56 Smaug’s A Theme

 

DOS 2-09 Kingsfoil

0:17-0:24 Tauriel's Theme (B Section)

0:24-1:17 Tauriel and Kili’s Love Theme (B Section)

1:17-1:56 Tauriel and Kili’s Love Theme (A Section)

1:56-2:08 Elven Healing

 

DOS 2-10 A Liar And A Thief

0:00-0:20 Dragon Sickness

0:20-0:25 Smaug’s B Theme

0:35-0:41 The Arkenstone

0:41-0:46 Smaug’s A Theme

0:54-1:02 Smaug’s B Theme

1:02-1:07 Smaug’s A Theme

1:11-1:33 Sauron’s Descending Thirds (Necromancer Variation)

1:33-1:49 Sauron’s Descending Thirds

2:00-2:37 Dragon Sickness

2:48-2:51 Sauron’s Descending Thirds

3:04-3:34 Dragon Sickness

3:09-3:22 Smaug’s B Theme

3:22-3:27 Smaug’s A Theme

 

DOS 2-11 The Hunters

0:18-0:28 The Politicians of Laketown

0:28-0:46 Smaug’s A Theme

0:46-1:01 Girion’s Theme

1:01-1:10 Erebor (New Variation)

1:10-1:32 Smaug’s A Theme

1:32-1:59 Bard’s Theme

1:59-2:15 Bard’s Theme (B Section)

3:20-3:26 Sauron’s Descending Thirds (Bolg Variation?)

3:34-3:48 Sauron’s Descending Thirds (Bolg Variation?)

4:49-4:55 The Woodland Realm (Legolas Variation)

5:00-5:14 Elven Heroics

5:00-5:14 Tauriel’s Theme (B Section)

5:14-5:30 The Woodland Realm (Legolas Variation)

5:41-5:46 The Woodland Realm (Legolas Variation)

5:49-6:37 House of Durin

6:37-6:44 Thorin’s Theme

7:56-7:59 Sauron’s Descending Thirds

8:08-8:10 Sauron’s Descending Thirds

8:28-8:38 The Woodland Realm (Legolas Variation)

8:57-9:02 The Woodland Realm (Legolas Variation)

9:31-9:41 The Woodland Realm (Legolas Variation)

 

DOS 2-12 Smaug

0:14-0:24 Dragon Sickness

0:34-1:16 Smaug’s B Theme

0:43-0:45 Smaug’s A Theme

1:21-1:25 Smaug’s A Theme

2:34-2:46 Smaug’s B Theme

3:24-3:32 The Arkenstone

4:05-5:02 Dragon Sickness

4:26-4:34 Smaug’s B Theme

4:32-4:33 Sauron’s Descending Thirds

4:34-4:35 Smaug’s A Theme

4:39-4:51 Smaug’s B Theme

4:47-4:49 Sauron’s Descending Thirds

5:02-5:08 Smaug’s A Theme

 

DOS 2-13 My Armor Is Iron

0:30-0:36 Smaug’s A Theme

0:54-1:17 House of Durin

1:19-1:29 Smaug’s A Theme

1:51-1:56 House of Durin

2:04-2:34 Dragon Sickness

2:18-2:34 Smaug’s B Theme

2:34-2:44 Smaug’s A Theme

3:06-3:22 House of Durin

3:40-3:56 Thorin’s Theme

3:56-4:04 Smaug’s B Theme

4:14-4:34 Smaug’s B Theme

4:35-4:44 Smaug’s A Theme

 

DOS 2-14 I See Fire

 

DOS 2-15 Beyond The Forest

0:00-1:02 Tauriel and Kili’s Love Theme (B Section)

1:02-1:43 Tauriel and Kili’s Love Theme (A Section)

1:46-2:36 The Woodland Realm

2:36-3:52 Tauriel’s Theme

3:52-4:26 Tauriel's Theme (B Section)

4:26-4:50 Tauriel’s Theme

4:50-5:22 Tauriel's Theme (B Section)


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 09:17 PM

Phew!  This has been a long time in the making.  Many of you probably don't remember, but I actually started this same project for LOTR, around the time the TTT CR was about to come out... but never finished!  This time I am determined to keep this up to date and complete, though!

 

I actually started this project over a year ago - right when the very music from AUJ was leaked (Radagast The Brown and Old Friends).  However I moved away to other projects and never finished... until DOS score came and made me want to finish!  I love all the themes from both scores so this was really fun to do.  

I know there are other theme lists on the internet in various places, but I assure you I made this one entirely by myself, just by listening.  I am not musically educated whatsoever, so I am sure there are mistakes throughout - some themes sound like each other, or can be variants of each other, or can blend together, etc.  I encourage everyone to post their thoughts on any themes or places with potential themes - we can work together and get a definitive list going here!

 

So please peruse and post your thoughts!  Thanks!


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 09:31 PM

Wow now that's some extensive work Jason! Kudos! :)

 

The theme you call on your list the Corruption of Mirkwood was actually confirmed to be connected to Radagast the Brown by Doug Adams as I just asked him about it a few days ago and he said it has to do with the powers of the wizard and not the darkness of Mirkwood as such. And it is indeed featured in scenes where both are mentioned so before it was a bit ambiguous what it represented.

 

My original question:

Speaking of Radagast I have always wanted to ask does the eerie boys choir/string motif which is featured in Radagast the Brown track and in the White Council connect with the wizard or to something more sinister?

 

 

And Doug's answer:

It's wizard material, to be sure! It speaks more to the wizards' powers than to anything sinister. I'll talk more about it down the line.

 


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 09:36 PM

Impressive! Awesome work!

 

One little nitpick, though: you forgot to mention the Company's main theme in Misty Mountains in the track-by-track thematic breakdown. ;)


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 09:39 PM

 

 

Wow now that's some extensive work Jason! Kudos!  :)

 

The theme you call on your list the Corruption of Mirkwood is actually confirmed to be connected to Radagast the Brown by Doug Adams as I just asked him about it a few days ago and he said it has to do with the powers of the wizard and not the darkness of Mirkwood as such. And it is indeed featured in scenes where both are mentioned so it was a bit ambiguous what it represented.

 

My original question:

Speaking of Radagast I have always wanted to ask does the eerie boys choir/string motif which is featured in Radagast the Brown track and in the White Council connect with the wizard or to something more sinister?

 

 

And Doug's answer:

It's wizard material, to be sure! It speaks more to the wizards' powers than to anything sinister. I'll talk more about it down the line.

 

 

 

Yea, I saw your post in the other thread where you mentioned that, and I just hadn't changed my listing yet, I guess cause I haven't thought of a better name for it yet :P

 

Radagast's B Theme?

Radagast's Powers?

Radagast In Mirkwood?

Radagast The Healer?

 

It's kind of tricky to pinpoint exactly what it represents.... I mean, watch AUJ 1-10 Radagast the Brown video here and AUJ 2-04 The White Council video here at these timestamps:

 

 

The Corruption of Mirkwood

AUJ 1-10 0:37-0:50

AUJ 1-10 1:12-1:39

AUJ 1-10 2:05-2:13

AUJ 2-04 6:40-7:30

 

 

 

What is the connection?


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 09:42 PM

The Corruption of Mirkwood

AUJ 1-10 0:37-0:50

AUJ 1-10 1:12-1:39

AUJ 1-10 2:05-2:13

AUJ 2-04 6:40-7:30

 

What is the connection?

I would say that the wizard himself is the connection. I don't have any suggestions for the name yet as the exact meaning is as you say elusive.


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 09:42 PM

I want more of the B Section of Gandalf The Grey’s Theme!!



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Posted 06 December 2013 - 09:44 PM

I would say that the wizard himself is the connection.

 

Yep. The moment it appears in The White Council is when Saruman talks about Radagast's overconsumption of mushrooms, not about the darkness over Mirkwood.

 

I want more of the B Section of Gandalf The Grey’s Theme!!

 

You won't have it!


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 09:44 PM

 

The Corruption of Mirkwood

AUJ 1-10 0:37-0:50

AUJ 1-10 1:12-1:39

AUJ 1-10 2:05-2:13

AUJ 2-04 6:40-7:30

 

What is the connection?

I would say that the wizard himself is the connection. I don't have any suggestions for the name yet.

 

 

Well,

 

AUJ 1-10 0:37-0:50 - Radagast is running through Mirkwood and sees dying animals
AUJ 1-10 1:12-1:39 - Radagast finds Sebastian the hampster dying in Mirkwood
AUJ 1-10 2:05-2:13 - Radagast tries to heal Sebastian
AUJ 2-04 6:40-7:30 - Saruman and Gandalf discuss the shadow growing over Mirkwood
 
To me, the connection is Mirkwood.....

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Posted 06 December 2013 - 09:45 PM

AUJ 2-04 6:40-7:30 - Saruman and Gandalf discuss the shadow growing over Mirkwood

 

See my post above.


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 09:45 PM

 

I would say that the wizard himself is the connection.

 

Yep. The moment it appears in The White Council is when Saruman talks about Radagast's overconsumption of mushrooms, not about the darkness over Mirkwood.

 

 

That's when it starts, but the theme keeps playing as they keep discussing Mirkwood....

 

Anyways, I'm sure Doug knows what he's talking about of course, but you can see why I named it that way originally, before Doug ever talked about it....


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 09:46 PM

Yeah I dubbed it The Shadow Over Mirkwood myself as it did to my mind connect with Sauron's corruption of the forest but I have to go and rewrite good portions of my analysis now. :P


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 09:48 PM

Good work!


Among all the things I have done in my short and pitiful life, becoming an inside joke on JWFAN is the one I'm the least proud of.


The additional passage was interesting but not really something I would consider absolutely essential.


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 09:50 PM

you forgot to mention the Company's main theme in Misty Mountains in the track-by-track thematic breakdown. ;)

 

Yea, honestly, I did't feel like including anything in Blunt The Knives, Misty Mountains, Song of the Lonely Mountain, or I See Fire because Shore had nothing to do with them, and they are not technically the film's score....


I want more of the B Section of Gandalf The Grey’s Theme!!

 

You and me both!  I *love* the variations in AUJ when he leaves the company at the farmhouse, and when he shows up in Goblintown to save the day.  It is very disappointing Shore chose not to include those cues on the OST!


It is a damn shame that most of Bilbo's Themes, and all of the Company's Themes disappear in DOS (along with Lothlorien, Rivendell, Saruman, Radagast, and practically Gandalf's too)... though I am sure all will return in TABA, of course.  Well, maybe not The Company's themes - who knows what happened there (Why isn't there ANY theme for the unified company in DOS, when they had THREE distinct themes in AUJ?).

 

I hope the Dwarf Lords theme returns in TABA as well (I wonder if the main theme will be used for Dain, and the B section for his people as a whole?)


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 09:56 PM

It is a mystery indeed! But since neither Rivendell nor Saruman is part of the film, that is understandably missing.
My biggest disappointment is the lack of Bilbo's, Gandalf's and Radagast's themes in DOS. Gandalf's B Section is gorgeous - so are all of Bilbo's themes. I love all of the new elven material, though.

 

Edit: Great list, btw!



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Posted 06 December 2013 - 09:57 PM

Great work, thanks! 


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 09:59 PM

Bilbo's Fussy Theme is impossible to miss so I noticed that right away in DOS, but I didn't even notice that Bilbo's main theme returned in DOS on my first few listens!

 

Of course we haven't heard the music that didn't make the OSTs yet, so who knows what fun the films and eventual CRs and Rarities disc will hold... :)


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 10:01 PM

Impressive work, i'm sure now you have OCD though. ;)

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Posted 06 December 2013 - 10:08 PM

It's very nice and helpful, Jason. And thank you.

 

It's a really good score and I can't wait for the copy to arrive. But... do we really need a third (or fifth? sixth?) thread dedicated this? The Book Thief has got one...

 

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Posted 06 December 2013 - 10:10 PM

Thanks for the positive comments guys!

I forgot to mention that CURRENTLY, this list ONLY covers the SE OSTs for both films.  I plan to next include the unique music from the AUJ Standard OST, and then start to include ALLL the music heard in the film and EE menus, etc.  Just trying to figure out the best way to integrate that right now.


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 10:13 PM

Wonderful Jason.  Looking forward to utilizing this.


It's very nice and helpful, Jason. And thank you.

 

It's a really good score and I can't wait for the copy to arrive. But... do we really need a third (or fifth? sixth?) thread dedicated this? The Book Thief has got one...

 

Karol

 

Isn't that the fault of those who are unenthusiastic about that score? ;)


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 10:15 PM

Couple of other things to mention:
 
-I'm still not sure what the heck Beorn's Theme is really all about, so for now I just stuck in the timestamps gkgyver had listed in the other thread.  I personally do NOT hear the same melody playing at all those timestamps....
 
-I couldn't really think of a way to decribe the music at 
DOS 1-14 Protector Of the Common Folk 2:50-3:05
DOS 2-01 Thrice Welcome 2:27-2:38
 
I called them the B and C sections of the Politicians theme respectively, but I am not really happy with that monicker... and didn't somebody say one of them was really a variant of the main Lake-town theme?
 
-I would like to come up with better names for Smaug's A Theme, B Theme, and Rhythm, but I am drawing a blank since Doug shot down using Angry Theme and Seductive Theme for the first two :P
 
-I know The Hobbit Outline shows up in a few more spots early in AUJ, but I guess I forgot to jot them down!
 
-I guess according to Doug's liner notes Gandalf's theme appears more than once in the score, but my musically un-educated brain can't hear it - who can?

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Posted 06 December 2013 - 10:20 PM

You have The Heroics of Legolas DOS 2-11 5:00-5:14 but should it not be 4:13-4:28 or am I mishearing something?


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 10:22 PM

All my times are the Extended Version timestamps, not Standard Edition.


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 10:23 PM

Ah got you! Yeah, that should have been obvious! My bad!


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 10:27 PM

Another thing I should mention is that  the music at all these timestamps are all DAMN SIMILAR to each other and I have no idea what it is supposed to represent, or if some of them are really not the same as each other.... it's been driving me batty :kaboom:

AUJ 1-01 My Dear Frodo

6:29-7:00 UNKNOWN THEME #2
7:22-7:47 UNKNOWN THEME #2
AUJ 1-12 Roast Mutton
4:08-4:22 Bilbo’s Burglar Theme
AUJ 1-13 A Troll-hoard
0:44-0:56 UNKNOWN THEME #2
1:50-2:03 UNKNOWN THEME #2
2:14-2:19 UNKNOWN THEME #2
AUJ 2-08 Riddles in the Dark
3:48-4:00 UNKNOWN THEME #2
AUJ 2-09 Brass Buttons
4:40-4:58 UNKNOWN THEME #2
DOS 1-06 Flies and Spiders
8:37-8:55 Thranduil’s Theme
DOS 1-07 The Woodland Realm
0:00-0:11 Thranduil’s Theme
2:21-2:43 Thranduil’s Theme

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Posted 06 December 2013 - 10:30 PM

 

-I guess according to Doug's liner notes Gandalf's theme appears more than once in the score, but my musically un-educated brain can't hear it - who can?

 

Doug mentioned on twitter that Gandalf the Grey's theme appears in The Quest for Erebor but inverted or backwards or some such. I think it is the phrase that first sounded like part of Baggins/Took Theme to my ears at 2:30-40. Shore is doing a lot of camouflaging of this stuff in DoS I guess. Poor laymen like us can't spot it so easily. :P

 

Also KK and The Grey Pilgrim deduced that The Nine is a variant of Gandalf's Theme and it is indeed in the SE liner notes connected with the discussion of Gandalf's thematic material and how it is transformed in this score.


 

Another thing I should mention is that  the music at all these timestamps are all DAMN SIMILAR to each other and I have no idea what it is supposed to represent, or if some of them are really not the same as each other.... it's been driving me batty :kaboom:

 

UNKNOWN THEME #2 (Thorin’s Pride / ??)
AUJ 1-01 6:29-7:00
AUJ 1-01 7:22-7:47
AUJ 1-13 0:44-0:56
AUJ 1-13 1:50-2:03
AUJ 1-13 2:14-2:19
AUJ 2-08 3:48-4:00
AUJ 2-09 4:40-4:58
Bilbo’s Burglar Theme
AUJ 1-12 4:08-4:22
Thranduil’s Theme
DOS 1-06 8:37-8:56
DOS 1-07 0:00-0:11
DOS 1-07 2:21-2:43

 

Tell me about it!

 

That DoS variant might be keyed to Bilbo and his burglarious activities. Similar music for Bilbo's Odd Behaviour/Burglar is featured in the Unexpected Party in AUJ among other places but it is hard to be sure. Even the Troll scenes feature similar music (Bilbo is forced to the role of a burglar and goes sneaking around) but I gave up trying to separate the Trolls Theme from it.


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 10:32 PM

-I guess according to Doug's liner notes Gandalf's theme appears more than once in the score, but my musically un-educated brain can't hear it - who can?

Doug mentioned on twitter that Gandalf the Grey's theme appears in The Quest for Erebor but inverted or backwards or some such. I think it is the phrase that first sounded like part of Baggins/Took Theme to my ears at 2:30-40. Shore is doing a lot of camouflaging of this stuff in DoS I guess. Poor laymen like us can't spot it so easily. :P
 
Also KK and The Grey Pilgrim deduced that The Nine is a variant of Gandalf's Theme and it is indeed in the SE liner notes connected with the discussion of Gandalf's thematic material and how it is transformed in this score.


Well, I also hear Baggins/Took at 2:30 of The Quest for Erebor, so maybe Doug is talking about somewhere else?
 
This whole The Nine being related to Gandalf's Theme doesn't make sense to me - what does Gandalf have to do with the Nazgul?  Maybe Doug just happened to talk about one after the other because Gandalf's Theme appears somewhere in The High Fells we haven't found yet?  I dunno....

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Posted 06 December 2013 - 10:32 PM

That DoS variant might be keyed to Bilbo and his burglarious activities. Similar music for Bilbo's Odd Behaviour/Burglar is featured in the Unexpected Party in AUJ among other places but it is hard to be sure. Even the Troll scenes feature similar music (Bilbo is forced to the role of a burglar and goes sneaking around) but I gave up trying to separate the Trolls Theme from it.

 

But why would does it appear in the prologue?


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 10:35 PM

 

That DoS variant might be keyed to Bilbo and his burglarious activities. Similar music for Bilbo's Odd Behaviour/Burglar is featured in the Unexpected Party in AUJ among other places but it is hard to be sure. Even the Troll scenes feature similar music (Bilbo is forced to the role of a burglar and goes sneaking around) but I gave up trying to separate the Trolls Theme from it.

 

But why would does it appear in the prologue?

 

Now that would Thorin's Pride in the prologue, which sounds at times confusingly similar to the Burglar/Odd Behaviour theme to make the matters simple. ;)


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 10:36 PM

Tell me about it!
 
That DoS variant might be keyed to Bilbo and his burglarious activities. Similar music for Bilbo's Odd Behaviour/Burglar is featured in the Unexpected Party in AUJ among other places but it is hard to be sure. Even the Troll scenes feature similar music (Bilbo is forced to the role of a burglar and goes sneaking around) but I gave up trying to separate the Trolls Theme from it.


Well, all the places it appears in DOS have to do with Thranduil, so I dunno what it would have to do with Bilbo!

 

And by the Odd Behavior Theme, do you mean the one in Old Friends  that I have listed as "Unknown Theme #3"?  Cause that doesn't sound like the Burglar motif to me....

 

I also don't really hear a connection between the Troll's Theme and this Burglar/Thorin's Pride theme.... 


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 10:39 PM

Let's just call it the "generic moody theme" and be done with it.


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 10:41 PM

I was temped to do something like that!

 

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Posted 06 December 2013 - 10:41 PM

 

Tell me about it!
 
That DoS variant might be keyed to Bilbo and his burglarious activities. Similar music for Bilbo's Odd Behaviour/Burglar is featured in the Unexpected Party in AUJ among other places but it is hard to be sure. Even the Troll scenes feature similar music (Bilbo is forced to the role of a burglar and goes sneaking around) but I gave up trying to separate the Trolls Theme from it.


Well, all the places it appears in DOS have to do with Thranduil, so I dunno what it would have to do with Bilbo!

 

And by the Odd Behavior Theme, do you mean the one in Old Friends  that I have listed as "Unknown Theme #3"?  Cause that doesn't sound like the Burglar motif to me....

 

I also don't really hear a connection between the Troll's Theme and this Burglar/Thorin's Pride theme.... 

 

Well the DoS appearance could be accounted by the invisible Bilbo trailing after the dwarves into the Woodland Realm.

What I mean by Burglar Theme/Bilbo's Odd Behaviour is e.g. heard clearly in An Unexpected Party at 1:21-1:37.


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 10:44 PM

Well the DoS appearance could be accounted by the invisible Bilbo trailing after the dwarves into the Woodland Realm.

 

Unless it's Thorin's Pride theme, which would be fitting, since he faces Thranduil in the Woodland Realm! Aha!


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 10:45 PM

 

Well the DoS appearance could be accounted by the invisible Bilbo trailing after the dwarves into the Woodland Realm.

 

Unless it's Thorin's Pride theme, which would be fitting, since he faces Thranduil in the Woodland Realm! Aha!

 

Don't aha me! I presented that theory in the other thread myself! Either it is something to do with Thorin or Bilbo. Or perhaps Thranduil after all! We need to see the film!


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 10:46 PM

What I mean by Burglar Theme/Bilbo's Odd Behaviour is e.g. heard clearly in An Unexpected Party at 1:21-1:37.

 

 

 

oooh!  I'll have to check that out!


EDIT: OOooh yea, that is similar to the other timestamps, dunno how I missed it!  .... Also, I think I am starting to tell the difference now between the Hobbit-y variatons and the Thorin-y variations!


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 10:47 PM

 

 

Well the DoS appearance could be accounted by the invisible Bilbo trailing after the dwarves into the Woodland Realm.

 

Unless it's Thorin's Pride theme, which would be fitting, since he faces Thranduil in the Woodland Realm! Aha!

 

Don't aha me! I presented that theory in the other thread myself! Either it is something to do with Thorin or Bilbo. Or perhaps Thranduil after all! We need to see the film!

 

 

Yes! Maybe it's a Thranduil's Pride theme!


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Posted 06 December 2013 - 10:48 PM

 

 

 

Well the DoS appearance could be accounted by the invisible Bilbo trailing after the dwarves into the Woodland Realm.

 

Unless it's Thorin's Pride theme, which would be fitting, since he faces Thranduil in the Woodland Realm! Aha!

 

Don't aha me! I presented that theory in the other thread myself! Either it is something to do with Thorin or Bilbo. Or perhaps Thranduil after all! We need to see the film!

 

 

Yes! Maybe it's a Thranduil's Pride theme!

 

Let's not muddy up the waters (or the thread) any more than we already have. ;)


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