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by Eugene C. Hargrove (music)

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ISBN: 097112700X
Author: Eugene C. Hargrove (music)
Language: English
Publisher: Old Forest Sounds (2001)
Pages: 128
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Start by marking A Musical Journey from the Shire to Rivendell (The Music . This book is a companion to The Music of Middle-Earth, volume 2: A Musical Journey from Khazad-dum to Gondor.

Start by marking A Musical Journey from the Shire to Rivendell (The Music of Middle-Earth, Volume 1) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Music for 19 songs from Tolkien's Lord of the Rings plus one song, Cat, from The Adventures of Tom Bombadil with chords for piano and guitar.

The Music of Middle-Earth (Volume 2, A Musical Journey from Kazad-dum to Gondo) offers a simple and beautiful way . The music is lively connected to the "mood" of the texts through appropriate musical modes and tempos for each of them

Tolkien in the Lord of the Rings and other related books. As in Volume 1, the songs composed by environmental philosopher Eugene Hargrove are modal, and syllabic (. each syllable of the text is matched to a single note). The music is lively connected to the "mood" of the texts through appropriate musical modes and tempos for each of them. For example, Call to Armes of the Rohirrim is an Allegro song in Lydian mode, while the "Lament for Boromir" is a Moderato song in Aeolian mode.

The Lord of the Rings: Journey to Rivendell was a video game scheduled to be released in the winter of 1983. Parker Brothers was set to publish it, and advertised it in their 1982 and 1983 catalogues as a game that would be released on the Atari 2600 and Atari Home Computer

Eugene (Gene) Hargrove was born in 1944 and grew up in St. Louis, Missouri. The Music Of Middle Earth: A Musical Journey From Kazad Dum To Gondor Jan 1, 2002.

Eugene (Gene) Hargrove was born in 1944 and grew up in St. He received all of his college degrees in philosophy from the University of Missouri, Columbia. While working on his P. he became involved in saving a cave, Devil's Icebox, from residential water pollution as a representative of the National Speleological Society. by Eugene C. Hargrove (music), J. R. Tolkien (lyrics), Cover: "Treebeard and the Ents" by Timothy Ide, Eugene . .

The music of the Middle-earth films was composed, orchestrated, conducted and produced by Howard Shore for Peter Jackson's two trilogies: The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. The scores were written in a 19-century operatic idiom, making full use of a large symphony orchestra, world-music instruments, full choir and vocal soloists.

1 Middle-Earth 2 The Shire 3 The Old Forest 4 Rivendell 5 Moria 6.This album is soundtrack, if you will for the books, filled with entirely original Lord of the Rings music. Gene Hargrove, The Music of Middle-earth Songbook 2. Old Forest Sounds, 2002.

1 Middle-Earth 2 The Shire 3 The Old Forest 4 Rivendell 5 Moria 6 Lothlorien 7 Isengard 8 Rohan 9 Gondor 10 Osgiliath 11 Anduin. Gail Aldrich, Music from . Tolkien's The Fellowship of the Ring. It is a mostly instrumental album that aspires to show our memories of the Lord of the Rings music world. Brobdingnagian Bards, Fairy Tales. Lyrics and annotation of the above cd for guitar and piano.

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Having fled the Shire in their escape from Sauron's Dark Riders, Frodo and the Fellowship of the Ring have journeyed to Rivendell and beyond. Their mission is to reach the Mountain of Fire in Mordor, where the Ruling Ring can be destroyed, but already their campaign is in jeopardy. Gandalf has fallen into an abyss, and Boromir has fatally succumbed to the power of the Ring.

Gandalf the Grey dancing to il Troubadore at Gen Con 2014.

Music for 19 songs from Tolkien's Lord of the Rings plus one song, Cat, from The Adventures of Tom Bombadil with chords for piano and guitar. Includes songs and poems in the order they appear in the text from the beginning of the trilolgy to the departure from Rivendell. Comes with a foreword by the composer, a commentary on each song, and an essay on "Music in Middle-Earth." Other songs include "Verse of the Rings," "The Old Walking Song," "A Walking Song," "The Wandering Elves' Song," "A Drinking Song," "The Bath Song," "The Adventure Song," "Song in the Woods," "Tom Bombadil's Song," "The Wight's Chant," "Frodo's Song in Bree," "The Riddle of Strider," "The Fall of Gil-galad," "Song of Beren and Luthien," "Sam's Rhyme of the Troll," "Song of Earendil," "Boromir's Riddle," "Warning of Winter," and "Bilbo's Song." This book is a companion to The Music of Middle-Earth, volume 2: A Musical Journey from Khazad-dum to Gondor. Book size is 8.5 x 11. The binding is sewn signatures (the spine will not break even if the pages are bent backwards).

Comments:

Quphagie
The Music of Middle-Earth (Volume 1, A Musical Journey from the Shire to Rivendell) offers a collection of simple and lovely melodies that put music to songs written by J.R.R. Tolkien in the Lord of the Rings and other related books. The melodies are diatonic, with only a few chromatic turns, and most of them are modal. Dorian, Lydian, Aeolian, and Ionian modes provide a suitable atmosphere to the old songs. The composer, Eugene Hargrove is an environmental philosopher who has studied the work of Tolkien during the last thirty years. Consequently, the focus of the scores and the book is the content and ambiance of the stories. Probably, for that reason songs are syllabic (i.e., each syllable of the text is matched to a single note), which facilitates the comprehension of lyrics. In addition, the total intervallic range of all songs is kept within a tenth (or composed third, from central C to E, reaching only occasionally over to a g or f above pentagram), and the melodies are accompanied with chords that could be easily played on guitar, piano, or keyboard. In this way, Hargrove's scores provide a collection of songs that are easy to be sung by children and in families. At the end of the book, there is a brief explanation about the context of each song within Tolkien's narratives. In summary, The Music of Middle-Earth brings a nice invitation for families and children to get familiarized with Tolkien's work, and enact the spirit of an ancient practice of storytelling.
Vizuru
These 2 volumes of piano music set to Tolkien's lyrics have provided my family with lots of fun, and will instantly usher anybody who plays them back into the wondrous world of Middle Earth. The tunes are comparatively easy to play and sing, and are delightfully melodic. Perhaps most importantly, they are faithful to the spirit of Tolkien's masterpiece. Eugene Hargrove, one of the world's premier environmental philosophers, has given a scholar's careful attention to Tolkien's characters and settings (see: [...]) and his tunes carry the spirit and contexts of lyrics perfectly. But these songs are not merely, or really, the result of scholarship--they are the product of a creative and witty person who, moved by the Ring trilogy, found the chords and melodies that makes the aires, plaints and hero ballads of Hobbits, Dwarves, Elves, Humans, and (my daughter's favorite) the Ents come alive. We love "The March of the Ents"!

PS: You should also check out the companion music cds!
bass
As a child, my bedtime stories were often adventures taken from the Lord of Rings, told to me by my father. We would recite the poetry and songs of Middle-Earth, always curious as to what these songs would sound like if we were ever to actually hear them. Last Christmas, I purchased these two delightful volumes as a gift for my father, and our Christmas eve was spent with my family singing the songs of Middle Earth by the piano, remembering always that "The Road Goes Ever On." I recommend these books to anyone who delights in the stories of Middle-Earth and would enjoy bringing them to life by song.

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