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Listen to a Clip of Billy Boyd’s ‘The Last Goodbye’

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Movie News Posted by eviebowman on November 7, 2014 at 9:30 am

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Audioclips from soundtrack of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies are now available online! Amazon UK have clips from all of the themes including Billy Boyd’s ‘The Last Goodbye’ on their site says Film Music Reporter. There are also the themes from the Extended Edition.

The music score for The Hobbit: BOTFA is composed by Howard Shore who wrote the soundtrack for The Lord of the Rings as well as the previous two The Hobbit films.

The soundtrack can be pre-ordered from Amazon now and is expected to be available from 1 December, 2014 in the UK.

Here is the track list from Film Music Reporter. To hear the clips go to Amazon UK.

Disc 1:

1. Fire and Water (5:57)2. Shores of the Long Lake (4:01)3. Beyond Sorrow and Grief (Extended Version) (4:11)4. Guardians of the Three (Extended Version) (5:47)5. The Ruins of Dale (3:39)6. The Gathering of the Clouds (Extended Version) (5:52)7. Mithril (3:08)8. Bred for War (3:19)9. A Thief in the Night (4:14)10. The Clouds Burst (4:12)11. Battle for the Mountain (4:38)

Disc 2:

1. The Darkest Hour (5:31)2. Sons of Durin (4:23)3. The Fallen (4:45)4. Ravenhill (5:47)5. To the Death (Extended Version) (7:22)6. Courage and Wisdom (5:09)7. The Return Journey (4:16)8. There and Back Again (4:19)9. The Last Goodbye – Billy Boyd (4:05)10. Ironfoot (Extended Version) (6:11)11. Dragon-Sickness (Bonus Track) (3:51)12. Thrain (Bonus Track) (3:24)

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies will be in cinemas in the UK from 12 December and in the US from 17 December 2014.

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image Author: eviebowman Evie was introduced to Tolkien's work by her boyfriend, over a beer in the Eagle and Child pub in Oxford. She went home, read the books and, a while later, married her boyfriend. She has only recently discovered fandom, after years of eye-rolling by her husband and children, and is delighted to find it warm and welcoming and not-at-all weird. As well as tracking down bits of news and sharing them with others, she leads ponies for Riding for the Disabled and loves the cinema and theatre and her wildlife garden.

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