|类型/形式：||Motion picture music|
Howard Shore; Enya; Elizabeth Fraser, (Vocalist); Edward Ross, (Vocalist); London Philharmonic Orchestra,; New Zealand Symphony Orchestra,; London Voices,; London Oratory School Schola,
|语言注释：||Sung principally in English and Irish.|
|注意：||Enhanced CD; system requirements not given.
Lyrics with English translations inserted in container.
|制作人员：||Music composed, orchestrated and conducted by Howard Shore ; produced and engineered by NIcky Ryan.|
|演员：||Vocal soloists ; London Philharmonic Orchestra ; New Zealand Symphony Orchestra; London Voices ; London Oratory School Schola.|
Colosseum, Watford; Air Lyndhurst and Abbey Road Studios, London; and Town Hall, Wellington, N.Z.
|描述：||1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.|
|内容：||The prophecy / (music by Howard Shore ; lyrics by Philippa Boyens ; translation by David Salo) --
Concerning Hobbits --
The shadow of the past --
The treason of Isengard --
The black rider --
At the sign of the prancing pony --
A knife in the dark --
Flight to the ford --
Many meetings --
The Council of Elrond featuring "Aníron (theme from Aragorn and Arwen)" / (composed and performed by Enya ; lyrics by Roma Ryan) --
The ring goes south --
A journey in the dark --
The bridge of Khazad Dum --
Lothlorien featuring "Lament for Gandalf" / (words & music by Philippa Boyens and Howard Shore ; Elizabeth Fraser, vocals) --
The great river --
Amon Hen --
The breaking of the fellowship featuring "In dreams" / (words & music by Fran Walsh and Howard Shore ; Edward Ross, vocals) --
May it be / (composed and performed by Enya ; lyrics by Roma Ryan).
Shadow of the past.
Treason of Isengard.
At the sign of the prancing pony.
Knife in the dark.
Flight to the ford.
Council of Elrond featuring "Aníron (theme from Aragorn and Arwen)."
Ring goes south.
Journey in the dark.
Bridge of Khazad Dum.
Lothlorien featuring "Lament for Gandalf."
Breaking of the fellowship featuring "In dreams."
May it be.
Lord of the rings, the fellowship of the ring (Motion picture)
|责任：||music composed, orchestrated, and conducted by Howard Shore.|