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The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
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The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
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Of the old, the Ring theme opens the album in a bold statement, followed by Goldenthal-like strings that take us back into the percussion and male choir of the Moria episode of FOTR. In "The Forbidden Pool", the Ring theme is most deftly developed, intertwined with Gollum's motif for the moment in the film that corresponds to the Henneth Annun segment of the novel. Also of note is the renewed Fellowship theme, which opens "The Uruk Hai" in grand style and proclaims the peak of the Riddermark charge in "Forth Eorlingas". The Isengard March (Shore's answer to Williams' Empire March) is twisted and turned into a charge for Gandalf in "The White Rider" (hear the opening!) and in "Isengard Unleashed", the brass is amazingly low. There are many other reprises of the old material, my favourite being the reappearance of, of all things, the 'Moth' motif in "Isengard Unleashed".
Of the new, there is the theme of the Riddermark, stated frequently in a number of tracks ("The King of the Golden Hall", "Riders of Rohan", "Hornburg"), and memorably played for the Hardinger by Dermot Crehan. A lovely theme for woodwinds appears in the second half of "The White Rider", reappearing in "The Hornburg".Read more ›
Under Shore's hand, The Two Towers is darker, more intense. It does not have the range of Fellowship simply because we are past the Shire and it's tranquil beauty. But the score for the Two Towers is so moving. Think back on the brilliantly filmed scenes, and imagine them without the moving score of this film and you begin to understand just how brilliant conceived this score is. Howard Shore has firmly controlled the scores to make the sounds tracks as important as the film in creating the magic of the Rings.
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Howard Shore's amazing work is so distinctive you can practically see the movie in your mind when you hear the music.Published 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
This one wasn't bad; however, in comparison The Hobbit trilogy, this soundtrack was a bit slow pace and recorded extremely low that I barely could hear some of the vocals.Published 1 month ago by Sharon Torres
I LOVE THIS! So moving, so conducive to creativity. I use a lot of movie soundtracks when I'm working on my books; and this one was a big number! Thank you, Howard Shore! Bravo!Published 10 months ago by C.M. Blackwood
Whenever a movie franchise moves into the realm of sequels it produces a number of problems for the composer (in the case of the LotR trilogy that being Howard Shore). Read morePublished 11 months ago by Paul Lawrence
the music will not download to SD card and other Driver. If you like to listen to go it will not work.Published 14 months ago by elfkillerorcking