The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Soundtrack 2009
The soundtrack includes two pieces written and performed by Enya: Aníron (Theme for Aragorn snd Arwen) is sung in Sindarin; and May It Be is sung in English with a few words in Quenya. Sindarin and Quenya are fictional languages invented by author J.R.R. Tolkien for the novels.
Both standard and limited editions are enhanced with links to a website where various Lord of the Rings-and Enya-related items can be downloaded. During its initial pressing, the standard edition has had six cover art variations - Arwen, Bilbo, Frodo, Gandalf, Saruman, and Strider - which were actually limited edition collectable character cards. The character cards overlaid the standard cover booklet which showed the four hobbits (Sam, Frodo, Pippin, and Merry). After the cards' limited run, that standard cover was replaced with the current design showing a montage of four characters from the movie - Frodo, Saruman, Gandalf, and Arwen.
Edition with all three soundtracks in a special card box (The Two Towers Reprise/WMG Soundtracks 9362-48379-2 and The Return of the King Reprise/WMG Soundtracks 9362-48521-2). Included are different cover versions of the soundtracks (The Fellowship of the Ring 6 and The Return of the King 13).
Special release with the complete recordings of the first part of the trilogy on 3 CDs and 1 Audio-DVD. The box contains a sheet with the complete tracklists, a 48-page booklet with information about the music (themes, instruments and performers) and a 3-CD Digipak with the 3 CDs.
Promo 3 CD set for the Complete Recordings. Disc 1 and 2 in a double CD jewel case, disc 3 in a slimline case. As cover the tracklists are used, each disc shows the number of tracks on it and the duration.
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