The Council of Elrond

Track 10 - FOTR

 

(3:49) The first part of this track covers scenes with Aragorn and Arwen.  The last part is the forming of the Fellowship of the Ring.

 


0:00

Strains of the Rivendell Arpeggios are played by strings as Aragorn and Arwen discuss Aragorn's fate in the hall where the Shards of Narsil are displayed.

0:37

Enya begins singing. Arwen and Aragorn stand on the bridge and converse in Elvish. The length of the song in the movie is a little different than in the soundtrack.

HS COMMENT (from FOTR audio commentary)
HS COMMENT (from FOTR appendices comments)

0:37

O môr henion i dhű:

Ely siriar, ęl sîla.

Ai! Aníron Undómiel.

Tiro!  El eria e môr.

I ‘lîr en ęl luitha ‘úren.

Ai! Aníron...

2:06

They kiss as the last word is sung.


2:15

A slow, 4 beat intro to the Fellowship Theme is played immediately after Frodo says, "I will take the Ring to Mordor." at the Council of Elrond.

2:27

A slow, string version of the Fellowship Theme begins in earnest as Gandalf, Aragorn, Legolas and Gimli each pledge their help to Frodo.

2:55

A flute begins the Pensive Setting of the Shire A melody, picked up in a moment by strings as Sam, Merry, and Pippin each insist on being included.

3:18

The music, once more moves back to a heroic version of the Fellowship Theme.

3:33

The Fellowship Theme draws to a climatic close as Elrond announces, "You shall be the Fellowship of the Ring!"

HS COMMENT (from FOTR audio commentary)

HS COMMENT (from FOTR appendices comments)


Lyrics 0:37 - 2:11 from “Aníron

 

 

 
 

 

 

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-dűm ~ 14-Lothlórien ~ 15-Great River ~ 16-Amon Hen

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

FOTR Closing Credits

20-Farewell to Lórien - TTT-LE

Two scenes with cue by cues:

Bilbo's 'Concerning Hobbits'

Frodo & Gandalf Riding through the Shire