Thread: Music from the Radio series..
me again, Just wanted to start a little conversation about the music on the last cd of the BBC Radio4 production of Lord of the Rings.
I dont remember the original broadcast ( not old enough thank god ) and so to find they have released them on CD was a god sent, but it wasnt untill i had finaly got round to bying the final instalment (£75 all in all after bying all 3) that i realised the final disc has music on it.
the music i find absolutly wonderful, i feel i may have to buy a replacement CD as this one CD gets far more of a workout then the rest of the set, my personal favorites are "o lorien" and "bilbo's last song".
so umm any comments on the music, or indeed the series in its entireity?
I want to know more about this and what is the name of the CD please and where can one buy one I wonder. No one I know has m entioned this wondrous sounding thing to me.
IMO deffinatly worth listening to, any one else have a (perhaps conflicting) opinion?
and belive me, its far more emotive hearing it then it is reading it!!
To think I have never heard any of it. It makes me want to weep, only I have a headache already today so I think I shall postpone it until tomorrow.!
all of the "sound clips" on here are from the bbc radio production
see i promised i would leelee
(the voice of gollum in the radio version is so cool, gets me evry time hehe)
How can I ever thank you. I am overcome with joy . How absolutely kind of you. I felt my heart pound as I listened to the clip on Gollum and then Shadowfax. I cannot believe it.
I cannot help myself, shy or not , I am giving you a hug for taking the time to do this for me.At dinner time I shall gather the other members of my family and let them listen. Between us, we are always reading Tolkien daily. They will be so pleased.You are a dear.
i shall name you Galirwen, that is "happy-lady" in the tongue of the elves, as everytime i see you on the boards, i will remember the joy these sound clips brought you
You are a prince in Middle-Earth.