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High Fells and Necromancer theme in "House of Beorn"

Annatar598
Rohan


Mar 12 2014, 2:50am

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High Fells and Necromancer theme in "House of Beorn" Can't Post

This gets me excited for the EE!

What do you guys think we will see in this set of extended scenes?

Nazgul?

Beorn venturing into Dol Guldur?

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Lieutenant of Dol Guldur
Gondor


Mar 12 2014, 10:55am

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We definitely hear the new "The Nine" theme on the album what implies that there will be at least a mention of the Nazgűl or the High Fells at least.

And the Necromancer theme is there too but you can also hear it in the theatrical version when Beorn talks about the Orcs and the Necromancer… but I agree there is much more stuff on the album than in the movie when the company is at Beorns house…

I could imagine that this takes place during a short conversation between Gandalf and Beorn when the company is about to leave. Here is an image from that possible EE scene:



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FaramirAndEowynMorningStar
Rohan


Mar 12 2014, 3:37pm

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I think perhaps it is an Alternate version of the tune that appears in the High Fells music [In reply to] Can't Post

I think they wanted to link this, and have this music when Galadriel speaks to Gandalf when he goes through the Elven Path.
Correct me if I am wrong, but I think that is what it is. Wink

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..The King Under the Mountain
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Thaddeus
Bree


Mar 13 2014, 2:19am

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Where'd you get that pic?

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Lieutenant of Dol Guldur
Gondor


Mar 13 2014, 8:52am

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.. well it was released before DOS came out… I think it was first shown on a calendar… but I'm not sure. It looks like the same forest where Gandalf and the Dwarves start their riding journey from Beorns house to Mirkwood… the fact that Gandalf is almost the same hight as Beorn in this picture could be explained with Gandalf already sitting on his horse.

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AncalagontheBlack
Rohan

Mar 13 2014, 12:09pm

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I think you are right that Gandalf is on a horse. I was impressed how big Beorn was especially when he had to duck his head under the rafters in his already over sized home. That would have to put this pic from a scene just as they were leaving on Mirkwood from Beorn's.


Eleniel
Grey Havens


Mar 13 2014, 4:08pm

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It's in one of the tie-in books - Sibley's Movie Guide, I believe. //.. [In reply to] Can't Post

 


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