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The Hobbit's Score: Comparing the Film and the Album Release

riverwalker11
The Shire

Dec 14 2012, 12:49am


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While this topic was raised in an earlier post (that has almost fallen off the front page), I thought it'd be worth it to have a post where Howard Shore's Middle Earth music fanatics can compare and contrast the movie version and album version of the score.

I'm seeing so much about recycled LOTR themes and, having listened to the Deluxe Edition Soundtrack, I just don't see how this can be true. The music almost entirely focuses on new themes pertaining to Smaug, Erebor, Thorin, Bilbo, Gandalf, Radagast, etc. I'm curious to hear people's thoughts who have seen the movie and heard the soundtrack album release. What is the same, and what is different?

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The Hobbit's Score: Comparing the Film and the Album Release riverwalker11 Send a private message to riverwalker11 Dec 14 2012, 12:49am
    Well.. Curunír Send a private message to Curunír Dec 14 2012, 1:41am
    I skimmed the last thread about this because it was too much of a downer... Crunchable Birdses Send a private message to Crunchable Birdses Dec 14 2012, 1:53am
        Personally... Curunír Send a private message to Curunír Dec 14 2012, 2:01am
        They based their judgment upon the OST. Notanelvishname Send a private message to Notanelvishname Dec 14 2012, 7:07am
        Yes and no thoon Send a private message to thoon Dec 14 2012, 9:10am
            right shadowfaux Send a private message to shadowfaux Dec 14 2012, 9:18am
                No, different scene thoon Send a private message to thoon Dec 14 2012, 9:32am
                    Ah, yes shadowfaux Send a private message to shadowfaux Dec 14 2012, 9:39am
                    Nice observation waaimasjien Send a private message to waaimasjien Dec 14 2012, 10:02am
                        My take Neimod Send a private message to Neimod Dec 14 2012, 11:47am
                            The sun waaimasjien Send a private message to waaimasjien Dec 14 2012, 3:27pm
                                Thorin the wraith dave_lf Send a private message to dave_lf Dec 14 2012, 3:56pm
                                Ringwraith music chris10112 Send a private message to chris10112 Dec 14 2012, 5:37pm
                                    I thought about that waaimasjien Send a private message to waaimasjien Dec 14 2012, 5:57pm
                                        What are the lyrics? chris10112 Send a private message to chris10112 Dec 14 2012, 6:10pm
                                            They start with "THORIN!" waaimasjien Send a private message to waaimasjien Dec 14 2012, 6:22pm
    Just got back ... it was only really distracting shadowfaux Send a private message to shadowfaux Dec 14 2012, 9:12am
    Has Howard Shore commented on any of this? frodolives Send a private message to frodolives Dec 14 2012, 3:59pm
        thorin is one of the nine cartermoulton Send a private message to cartermoulton Dec 14 2012, 5:18pm
    Bilbo and Thorin hugging Valandil ed Imladris Send a private message to Valandil ed Imladris Dec 14 2012, 6:32pm
    Music editing in this film was downright awful starlesswinter Send a private message to starlesswinter Dec 14 2012, 11:24pm

 
 
 

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