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    Title
    Symphony no. 1 : the Lord of the Rings : for wind orchestra [New ed.].
    Author
    Meij, Johan de, 1953-

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    Personal Author:
    Meij, Johan de, 1953-
    Uniform title:
    Symphonies, band, no. 1
    Title:
    Symphony no. 1 : the Lord of the Rings : for wind orchestra / Johan de Meij.
    Edition:
    [New ed.].
    Publication info:
    Amsterdam, the Netherlands : Amstel Music ; Milwaukee, WI : USA distribution by Hal Leonard Corp., [200-], ©1988.
    Physical description:
    1 score (various pagings) : ill. ; 42 cm.
    Content type:
    notated music
    Medium:
    unmediated
    Format:
    volume
    General Note:
    Editor, new ed., John Blanken; illustrations, Jennifer Janssen, Hélène Terlien.
    General Note:
    At head of title: 1st prize winner of Sudler International Composition Competition, 1989.
    General Note:
    "In 2001, the orchestral version was premiered by the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra"--Notes.
    Contents:
    1. Gandalf (The Wizard) (6'25") -- 2. Lothlórien (The Elvenwood) (7'40") -- 3. Gollum (Sméagol) (9'40") -- 4. Journey in the dark (a. The Mines of Moria ; b. The Bridge of Khazad-Dûm) (9'40") -- 5. Hobbits (9'30").
    Language note:
    Includes notes in English, Dutch, French and German.
    Language note:
    Notes in English, Dutch, French and German.
    Local note:
    BYU copy boxed.
    Personal subject:
    Tolkien, J. R. R. (John Ronald Reuel), 1892-1973--Musical settings.
    Subject term:
    Symphonies (Band)--Scores.
    246:
    Lord of the Rings
    UPC:
    073999179910
    028:
    04000025 H. Leonard

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      Music and Dance
        Copy Material Location
      M 1201 .M45 S9 no.1 2000 Quarto 1 Music Score Music & Dance - Fourth Floor North
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