The Prophecy

Track 1 - FOTR

 

(3:55) Some of this music is heard during the prologue. (see note below)


0:00

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A choir sings. (This music, 0:00 - 2:12, is not in the movie.)

0:05

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Hlasta!

0:09

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Quetis Ilfirimain:

0:21

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Corma turien te

0:29

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Corma tuvien (ends @ 0:36)

0:36

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We hear a hint of the two opening notes of the History of the Ring Theme.

0:38

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Or norena caita huines

1:00

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We hear a hint of the six quick notes of the History of the Ring Theme.

1:03

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Numenna ta

1:12

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Tercแno Nuruva. (this line is sung in the movie as Gollum takes the Ring into the Misty Mountains. It doesn't sound exactly the same, however)

1:28

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Tuvien Corma tultien te

Huinesse nutien

Corma turien te Corma.


2:12

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The choir crescendos and gives way for some quiet Pity of Gollum music. Gollum is in his cave purring to his Ring, his precious. Galadriel in a voice over talks about Gollum’s history with the Ring.

2:33

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Nameless Fear plays for "Rumor grew of a Shadow in the East." A ripple appears in a dark pool of water.

2:53

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"The Ring left Gollum." The Ring bounces down an incline as Nameless Fear continues.


3:03

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(The remaining music on this track is not in the movie.)

3:33

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A horn plays a quiet, tentative phrase of the Shire A Theme.

 


 

Lyrics 0:05 - 2:10 from “The Prophecy”

 

[0:05] Hlasta!
[0:09] Quetis
[0:13] Il
[0:14] fi
[0:17] ri
[0:19] main:
[0:21] Corma
[0:24] turien
[0:28] te Corma
[0:32] tuvien
[0:38] Or
[0:40] norena
[0:45] caita
[0:48] huines
[1:03] Numenna
[1:08] ta
[1:12] Ter
[1:14] cแ
[1:16] no
[1:19] Nu
[1:22] ru
[1:25] va.
[1:28] Tuvien
[1:33] Corma tul
[1:38] tien te
[1:44] Huines
[1:49] se nuti
[1:55] en Corma
[2:00] turien
[2:05]
te Corma.
phrasing for 1:28 - 2:12:

Tu vi en

— - —

Cor ma tul

— - —

 ti en te

— - —

 Hu i nes

— - —

se nu ti

— - —

en Cor ma

— - —

tur i en

— - —

te Cor ma

-     –   —

 

 


 

From the Annotated Score of the FOTR by Doug Adams

The filmmaker's originally shot Fellowship's prologue as a shorter sequence for which Shore wrote a self-contained four minute composition. During the film's editing, it was decided that a lengthier sequence would set up the film's story with a more detailed and visceral punch. The film's Prologue was expanded, and so Shore went back and composed a new work to match the edit. The first composition (featuring the text, "The Battle of Dagorlad") was presented on The Fellowship of the Ring's original soundtrack album in 2001, but never appeared in the final film.

"The Battle of Dagorlad" was the original title of "The Prophecy".:

It may interest you to know that the original title of this text was “The Battle of Dagorlad.” (Doug Adams)

 

 

 

 

 

                

 

1-The Prophecy ~ 2-Concerning Hobbits ~ 3-Shadow of the Past ~ 4-Treason of Isengard ~ 5-The Black Rider

6-At the Sign of the Prancing Pony ~ 7-A Knife in the Dark ~ 8-Flight to the Ford ~ 9-Many Meetings

10-Council of Elrond ~ 11-The Ring Goes South ~ 12-A Journey in the Dark

13-Bridge of Khazad-d๛m ~ 14-Lothl๓rien ~ 15-Great River ~ 16-Amon Hen

17-The Breaking of the Fellowship ~ 18-May It Be

FOTR Closing Credits

20-Farewell to L๓rien - TTT-LE

Two scenes with cue by cues:

Bilbo's 'Concerning Hobbits'

Frodo & Gandalf Riding through the Shire