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  • Album: The Lord Of The Rings
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  • Released: 1992
  • Country: UK
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J.R.R. Tolkien - The Lord Of The Rings mp3 flac

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The influence of Tolkien is vast, and surfaces in a plethora of ways. Some bands have only written a song or two whereas some have written entire albums. There are even a few on this list who haven’t been known to write a single lyric about Mordor or Middle-Earth, but simply derived their namesakes from the novel. So pack your bags, grab the Pippen to your Merry, and get ready to venture though the most timeless series of all time via heavy metal and rock ‘n’ roll! Blind Guardian. The power metal outfit have not only written a wealth of tunes based on Lord of the Rings, but even delivered a concept album based on the series in 1998, aptly titled Nightfall in Middle-Earth. The band is so heavily embedded within the Tolkien-verse that when news broke that the film series was on the way, rumors spread like wildfire that the band had been tapped to write the score.

Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, Vol. I is a role-playing video game published by Interplay Productions. It is an adaptation of The Fellowship of the Ring by J. R. Tolkien, being the first volume in The Lord of the Rings. The game was released in 1990 for DOS, in 1991 for the Amiga and PC-98, and in 1992 for the FM Towns. It was followed by . Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, Vol. II: The Two Towers

John Ronald Reuel Tolkien (called Ronald for short; b. January 3, 1892 in South Africa – died September 2, 1973 in England) is best known as the author of The Hobbit and its sequel The Lord of the Rings. He was a strongly committed Roman Catholic. Tolkien was a close friend of .

Originally published in 1954, The Lord of the Rings set the framework upon which all epic/quest fantasy since has been built. Through the urgings of the enigmatic wizard Gandalf, young hobbit Frodo Baggins embarks on an urgent, incredibly treacherous journey to destroy the One Ring. This ring - created and then lost by the Dark Lord, Sauron, centuries earlier - is a weapon of evil, one that Sauron desperately wants returned to him. With the power of the ring once again his own, the Dark Lord will unleash his wrath upon all of Middle-earth.

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JRR Tolkien’s great work of imaginative fiction has been labelled both a heroic romance and a classic fantasy fiction. By turns comic and homely, epic and diabolic, the narrative moves through countless changes of scene and character in an imaginary world which is totally convincing in its detail. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, Chapter 1" Track Info. Written By J. Tolkien.

Tracklist

Episode 1: 'The Shadow Of The Past'
A Part 1
B Part 2
Episode 2: 'The Black Riders'
C Part 1
D Part 2
Episode 3: 'The Knife In The Dark'
E Part 1
F Part 2
Episode 4: 'The Ring Goes South'
G Part 1
H Part 2
Episode 5: 'The Mirror Of Galadriel'
I Part 1
J Part 2
Episode 6: 'The Breaking Of The Fellowship'
K Part 1
L Part 2
Episode 7: 'The King Of The Golden Hall'
M Part 1
N Part 2
Episode 8: 'The Voice Of Saruman'
O Part 1
P Part 2
Episode 9: 'The Two Towers'
Q Part 1
R Part 2
Episode 10: 'The Choices Of Master Samwise'
S Part 1
T Part 2
Episode 11: 'The Battle Of Pelennor Fields'
U Part 1
V Part 2
Episode 12: 'Mount Doom'
W Part 1
X Part 2
Episode 13: 'The Grey Havens'
Y Part 1
Z Part 2

Credits

  • Arranged By, Composed By, Conductor – Stephen Oliver
  • Directed By – Penny Leicester
  • Featuring [Radiophonic Sound] – Elizabeth Parker
  • Narrator – Gerard Murphy
  • Other [Production Secretaries] – Angela Heard, Maggie McNamara
  • Performer [Music Played By] – Members Of The New Chamber Soloists, Susan Bradshaw
  • Producer, Directed By – Jane Morgan
  • Technician [Technical Presentation] – David Greenwood, Peter Novis
  • Technician [Technical Presentation] [Assistant] – Diana Barkham, Paul Pearson, Richard Beadsmoore, Tim Sturgeon
  • Vocals [Singer] – David James , Matthew Vine, Oz Clarke
  • Vocals [Singers] – The Ambrosian Singers
  • Voice Actor – Alan Dudley, Alexander John, Brian Haines, Chris Fairbank, Christopher Scott , David Bradshawe, David McAlister, David Sinclair , Diana Bishop, Donald Gee, Gordon Reid, Graham Faulkner, Haydn Wood , Jenny Lee , John Church, John Livesey, John Webb , Kathryn Hurlbutt, Leonard Fenton, Martyn Read, Michael McStay, Michael Spice, Patrick Barr, Pauline Letts, Sean Arnold, Sonia Fraser, Stephen Garlick
  • Voice Actor [Aragorn] – Robert Stephens
  • Voice Actor [Bilbo] – John Le Mesurier
  • Voice Actor [Boromir] – Michael Graham Cox
  • Voice Actor [Butterbur] – James Grout
  • Voice Actor [Celeborn] – Simon Cadell
  • Voice Actor [Denethor] – Peter Vaughan
  • Voice Actor [Elrond] – Hugh Dickson
  • Voice Actor [Eomer] – Anthony Hyde
  • Voice Actor [Faramir] – Andrew Sear
  • Voice Actor [Farmer Maggot] – John Bott
  • Voice Actor [Frodo] – Ian Holm
  • Voice Actor [Galadriel] – Marian Diamond
  • Voice Actor [Gandalf] – Michael Hordern
  • Voice Actor [Gimli] – Douglas Livingstone
  • Voice Actor [Gollum] – Peter Woodthorpe
  • Voice Actor [Gríma Wormtongue] – Paul Brooke
  • Voice Actor [Legolas] – David Collings
  • Voice Actor [Lord Of The Nazgûl] – Philip Voss
  • Voice Actor [Merry] – Richard O'Callaghan
  • Voice Actor [Mouth Of Sauron] – John Rye
  • Voice Actor [Pippin] – John McAndrew
  • Voice Actor [Sam] – William Nighy*
  • Voice Actor [Saruman] – Peter Howell
  • Voice Actor [Théoden] – Jack May
  • Voice Actor [Treebeard] – Stephen Thorne
  • Voice Actor [Éowyn] – Elin Jenkins

Notes

This box-set has no catalogue number, but each tape is individually numbered RINGS 001 to RINGS 013 respectively.

TOLKIEN
THE CENTENARY
1892-1992

SPECIAL CENTENARY LIMITED EDITION
No: XXXXXX/10000
Includes a centenary booklet, The Recording of the Rings By Brian Sibley

Prepared for radio in 13 episodes by Brian Sibley
Adapted by Brian Sibley and Michael Bakewell

The Copyright proprietors and performers in the audio adaptation of the Lord Of The Rings comprised in these cassettes have licensed its use for private domestic purposes only. All rights are reserved.
The definition of private domestic use excludes the use these cassettes in locations such as clubs, coaches, hospitals, hotels and schools.
Any unauthorised copying, editing, renting, hiring, exchanging, lending, public performance, diffusion and/or broadcast use of these cassettes or any part thereof is strictly prohibited and such action may establish liability for a civil action and could give rise to criminal prosecution.

This audio adaptation of The Lord Of The Rings is licensed for private domestic use only. All other rights are reserved.
Unauthorised copying, public performance, diffusion and/or broadcast use strictly prohibited.
Recording ℗ 1981 BBC
© 1987 BBC Enterprises Limited
BBC Records • BBC Enterprises Limited
Woodlands • 80 Wood Lane • London W12 0TT
Music © 1981 Novello & Co. Ltd
Book © 1966, 1974, 1979, 1981 George Allen & Unwin (Publishers) Ltd. except Bilbo's Song © 1974 M. Joy Hill

Map ©Unwin Hyman Ltd. 1954, 1955, 1966

Three Rings for the Elven-Kings under the sky,
Seven for the Dwarf-lords in their halls of stone,
Nine for mortal men doomed to die,
One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne
In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.
One Ring to rule them all, One ring to find them.
One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them
In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.

On each individual cassette case is the following:
1: Bilbo Baggins' birthday ends with a bang and Frodo is entrusted with the magic ring, and counselled by Gandalf to keep it secret.
2: Frodo sets out on his long journey carrying the Ring with him. He is accompanied by Sam Gangee, and two other hobbits Merry and Pippin though they know that the Black Riders, servants of the Dark Lord, are in pursuit, and then at the Prancing Pony, they meet a man called Strider.
3: At Weathertop Frodo is wounded by the Nazgul, but Sam's wish to see the elves is granted and the company arrive at Rivendell, where Frodo is made happy by the presence of Bilbo. The decision is made to destroy the Ring and Frodo realises that he must take it, even though he doesn't know the way.
4: The Company of Nine, with Frodo as the Ring-bearer, set off on their journey. They are attacked by wargs and Gandalf leads them to the mines of Moria, where they have their first encounter with orcs and Gandalf is faced by the most powerful and terrible of Sauron's servants - the Balrog.
5: The company of the Ring reach Lothlorien, the forest of the dwellings of the elves and Frodo and Sam look into the mirror of Galadriel and see something of the future. Galadriel resists the temptation of the Ring, but when the company set off again it proves too much for Boromir.
6:With the death of Boromir the fellowship is irretrievably broken. Frodo and Sam set off on their own to Mordor, but take an unlucky guide - Gollum. Pippin and Merry follow Treebeard, and the rest of the company are led by Gandalf who has found his way back from the darkness.
7: Gollum leads Frodo and Sam through the Dead Marshes on their way to Mordor, while Pippin and Merry follow Treebeard and the Ents in their assault on Isengard. And King Theoden, Lord of the Mark, goes to war against the enemy, in company with Aragorn, Gimli and Legolas and battle is joined at Helm's Deep.
8: Saruman's honeyed words fail to win over Theoden and he, Gandalf and Aragorn decide that they must fight the enemy at Minas Tirith. Pippin looks into the Palantir but Aragorn takes the deliberate risk of showing himself to Sauron, hoping to divert attention from the Ring-bearer, who is trying to follow Gollum on a dangerous mission to Mordor.
9: Faramir, son of Denethor, gives his friendship to Frodo and Sam and shows his quality - he, unlike his brother Boromir, does not desire the Ring. He warns Frodo of the dangers of the route Gollum is taking them on, but Frodo has no choice. Pippin gives his service to Denethor, the Lord and Steward of Minas Tirith and Aragorn takes the Paths of the Dead and calls upon the oathbreakers of Dunharrow to join in the fight against the enemy.
10: In Shelob's lair Frodo is attacked and Sam leaves him for dead, taking the ring so that he can finish the task. But orca capture Frodo and take him to the stronghold of Barad-dur. In Minas Tirith Denethor seems defeated by the odds against them as the Lord of the Nazgul rides out with the Morgul army.
11: In the Battle of Pelennor Fields the Lord of the Nazgul is killed but Theoden is slain and Eowyn and Merry are injured and taken to the House of Healing where Aragorn proves that the hands of the king are the hands of a healer. He also brings balm to Faramir whom Gandalf prevented from dying in the funeral pyre which Denethor built for himself and his son. It is decided to march towards Sauron to keep the Eye away from Frodo and Sam who made their escape disguised as orcs.
12: Frodo brings the Ring to the Crack of Doom and the deeds of the halflings are celebrated in music. Aragorn is crowned King and the hobbits set out to return to the Shire.
13: The hobbits have one more task to do: to remove Saruman from the Shire and to put it to rights. And then comes the final parting as Frodo goes beyond the Sundering Seas.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none J.R.R. Tolkien The Lord Of The Rings ‎(13xCass + Box) BBC Records none UK 1987
ZBBC 1050 J.R.R. Tolkien The Lord Of The Rings ‎(13xCass + Box) BBC Enterprises Ltd. ZBBC 1050 UK 1987
BBC 019 J.R.R. Tolkien The Lord Of The Rings ‎(13xCass + Box) BDD Audio, BBC Enterprises Ltd. BBC 019 US 1987
none J.R.R. Tolkien The Lord Of The Rings ‎(14xCD + Box, Ltd) BBC Records none UK 1995
BBC 019A J.R.R. Tolkien The Lord Of The Rings ‎(Box, RE + 13xCD) BBC Records BBC 019A US 1995