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  1. See also Clint Mansell's Sahara.
  2. Good ears. As written phonetically in the score: ahm roon nah nawr ahm noon nee theel This synchronises with the cut to the sea after Frodo smiles back at the three hobbits on the shore (Live to Projection bars 32.90-32.101, Lord of the Rings Symphony, movement VI, bars 393-402). I've not checked, but I'd be very surprised if this wasn't recorded.
  3. If we look at the fax numbers at the top of Williams' insert sketches for The Phantom Menace... We see two numbers. The 0181 number is Dakota Music - the music prep company for the film. The other number - 01714931895 - was the phone number for the Four Seasons on Park Lane in Central London. The hotel does indeed have piano that can be hired for events (and presumably composer guests).
  4. Felix Erskine wrote the music for the second Rings of Power teaser (and arranged the music for the recent Obi-Wan Kenobi teaser). https://www.cavalry-music.com/
  5. Yes. The last two cues - The Tear/Through the Looking Glass - are great. It’s Shore’s subdued version of the E.T. finale. The less said about the song the better.
  6. I expect it'll turn up elsewhere eventually. Warner Bros. blu-rays typically have no region coding (and may even be the same physical discs in different regions).
  7. There is - it's an HMV exclusive. https://store.hmv.com/store/film-tv/blu-ray/the-lord-of-the-rings-trilogy-extended-editions-(h
  8. This was one of several sequences scored twice when scenes moved around! The Grace of Undomiel on the CR contains the film version.
  9. It's actually a cut down version of a single composition (rotk 529 909) - compare with Osgiliath Invaded on the Complete Recordings. The OST and CR are based on the same material. This composition was written when the arrival of Gandalf and Pippin at Minas Tirith coincided with Faramir's retreat from Osgiliath. The reveal of Minas Tirith in the OST track (at 1:37) is the only 'alternate' material on the OST (it's at 6:28 in Osgiliath Invaded).
  10. Goldsmith's Studs Lonigan has popped up in this thread already, but not this tremendous lengthy cue:
  11. There's definitely a little too much Nazgûl. I would have dropped one of those tracks and added the Caradhras sequence.
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