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What was the original music used for the Thorin/Azog scene?


Nov 20 2013, 2:31am

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What was the original music used for the Thorin/Azog scene? Can't Post

Instead of the jarring black riders theme being used when Thorin decides to attack Azog in slow motion, what was the original music? Is it available?


Nov 20 2013, 2:39am

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Thorin's Faith [In reply to] Can't Post

It was a full choral version a theme I call THORIN'S FAITH, its in the track Out of the Frying-Pan near the end.


Nov 20 2013, 7:06am

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Not [In reply to] Can't Post

It is not black riders theme.

You can hear it first in FOTR prologue for Mordor.


Nov 20 2013, 9:32am

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Yes it is [In reply to] Can't Post

The Music of The Lord of the Rings Films book explicitly defines it as the Nazgul theme.


Nov 20 2013, 9:57am

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Yes [In reply to] Can't Post

I know that.

But it was also used for other parts already in LOTR (FOTR) not just Nazgul.

(This post was edited by Dipling on Nov 20 2013, 9:58am)


Nov 20 2013, 11:53am

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It's called [In reply to] Can't Post

also "The fallen kings" song wich could refear to the Nazgul about greed and power and how they fall for the ring and became puppets of Sauron.

In this, either it is refeard to Azog being a "Lieutenant" for The Necromancer or the fall of Thorin Oakenshield and the start of his greed!

" Why, O people of Noldor! Fëanor cried. Why should we longer serve the jealous Valar, who cannot keep us nor even their own realm secure from their enemy? And though he be now their foe, are not they and he of one kin? Vengence calls me hence, but even were it otherwise I would not dwell longer in the same land with the kin of my father's slayer and of the thief of treasure. Yet i am not the only valiant in this valiant people. And have ye not all lost your King? And what else have ye not lost, cooped here in a narrow land between the mountains and the sea? Here once was light, that the Valar begrudged to middle-earth, but now dark levels all. Shall we mourn here deedless forever, a shadow-folk, mist-haunting, dropping vain tears in the thankless sea? Or shall we return to our home? In cuiviènen sweet ran the waters under uncloaded stars, and wide lands lay about, where a free people might walk. There they lie still and await us who in out folly forsook them. Come away! Let the cowards keep this city!"


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