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The One Ring Forums: Tolkien Topics: Middle-earth TV Series Discussion: Yeah, seems a bit anachronistic: Edit Log

Chen G.

Oct 11 2019, 4:38pm

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Yeah, seems a bit anachronistic

The Hobbiton music in the live-action films has accordion, in the score as well as diegetically (Flaming Red Hair), and - appropriately - there's a concertina in the Green Dragon set.

But The Shire is not only an environment we see in the late Third Age - thousands of years after the time of the show - but also is meant to evoke a much later period of history than any other place in Middle Earth.

Maybe the want some kind of framing device? Given the precedent established by the films, its not impossible.

(This post was edited by Chen G. on Oct 11 2019, 4:46pm)

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Post edited by Chen G. (Rohan) on Oct 11 2019, 4:46pm

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