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Album: The Lord of the Rings (Original London Production)

Artist: A.R. Rahman, Christopher Nightingale & Värttinä

  • Genre: Soundtrack
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 18

  • Copyright: ℗ 2008 Kevin Wallace Music

Tracklist For The Lord of the Rings (Original London Production) By Artist A.R. Rahman, Christopher Nightingale & Värttinä

Title Artist Time
1
Prologue ("Lasto I Lamath") A.R. Rahman, Christopher Nightingale & Värttinä 1:50 USD 0.99
2
The Road Goes On A.R. Rahman, Christopher Nightingale & Värttinä 4:51 USD 0.99
3
Saruman A.R. Rahman, Christopher Nightingale & Värttinä 2:40 USD 0.99
4
The Cat and the Moon A.R. Rahman, Christopher Nightingale & Värttinä 3:55 USD 0.99
5
Flight to the Ford A.R. Rahman, Christopher Nightingale & Värttinä 3:54 USD 0.99
6
The Song of Hope A.R. Rahman, Christopher Nightingale & Värttinä 2:27 USD 0.99
7
Star of Eärendil A.R. Rahman, Christopher Nightingale & Värttinä 4:10 USD 0.99
8
Lament for Moria A.R. Rahman, Christopher Nightingale & Värttinä 1:37 USD 0.99
9
The Golden Wood A.R. Rahman, Christopher Nightingale & Värttinä 0:53 USD 0.99
10
Lothlóren A.R. Rahman, Christopher Nightingale & Värttinä 4:03 USD 0.99
11
The Siege of the City of Kings A.R. Rahman, Christopher Nightingale & Värttinä 4:39 USD 0.99
12
Now and for Always A.R. Rahman, Christopher Nightingale & Värttinä 4:48 USD 0.99
13
Gollum/Sméagol A.R. Rahman, Christopher Nightingale & Värttinä 4:10 USD 0.99
14
The Song of Hope (Duet) A.R. Rahman, Christopher Nightingale & Värttinä 3:52 USD 0.99
15
Wonder A.R. Rahman, Christopher Nightingale & Värttinä 4:55 USD 0.99
16
The Final Battle A.R. Rahman, Christopher Nightingale & Värttinä 3:21 USD 0.99
17
Epilogue (Farewells) A.R. Rahman, Christopher Nightingale & Värttinä 4:12 USD 0.99
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Finale A.R. Rahman, Christopher Nightingale & Värttinä 2:21 USD 0.99

Reviews For The Lord of the Rings (Original London Production) By Artist A.R. Rahman, Christopher Nightingale & Värttinä

  • just not worth the full album

    2
    By tgw2
    This is one of those shows that feels like "you had to be there" either way this album feels very empty with only two or three memorable tracks. It is diffucult to bother with naming them I feel so apathetic towards it by now.
  • A Shadow...

    1
    By evaniron
    After listening to Howard Shore's score for the films for the past eight years, this score falls flat. A live musical of LOTR is such a horrendous idea and the music is simple and plain. Nothing compares to what was done for the films.
  • AMERICA

    5
    By pawlovi
    So when is New York Broadway going to have this show??? I wanna see it SOOO bad!
  • Amazing music

    5
    By Skruse98
    I love the Road Goes On and the Cat and the Moon. Such amazing songs!
  • Why must there be a title ?

    4
    By Frodo bagggins
    I never got to see the theater production of it :( . But I really like "cat and the moon" I absolutely looooooove " now and for always" their voices blend so well, the guy who plays Sam is epic. Although Frodo's voice is a little annoying, i forgive him because he is playing Frodo.
  • Amazing Music

    5
    By foxwithgrayeyes
    This album is worth buying purely for Galadriel and for Legolas' solo and riff in Lothlorean. The whole thing is incredibly moving, deeply emotional, and captures the spirit of Tolkien's trilogy in a way you would never expect a musical would. Both the singing and instrumentation in this entire compliation is completely breathtaking.
  • PERFECT

    5
    By darthsydious
    Huge Lord of the Rings fan, also love Laura Michelle Kelly. Awesome music! Fit for any fan of the books or films!
  • Amazing Soundtrack

    5
    By LuckyJayBird
    I adore this so much, one of the best musical soundtracks I've ever heard. It's up there with the Phantom of the Opera in quality. I don't like the Song of Hope, but Wonder and Lothlorien more than make up for it.
  • SO GOOD

    5
    By Jacob Major
    I am a teenager pursuing a career in musical theatre. All I can say is that this is GENIUS! Every song (with the exception of about 3) is a TOTAL MASTERPIECE.
  • Yes yes yes!!!!

    5
    By Irish Adventurer
    I have waited so long for this to come on iTunes! As a Tolkien addict, I am so pleased and thoroughly excited with this. I can't wait to see it when it goes on its world tour. This is absolutely amazing! A pleasure for singers, writers, and Hobbit-lovers alike, this soundtrack does NOT leave you wanting!

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