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Nature

Nature's Reclamation

Appears in:

1|2|2 The Caverns of Isengard
[02:04-02:36]
1|2|4 Orthanc
[00:06-??:??]
2|1|8 Night Camp
[00:00-00:23]
2|3|10 The Last March of the Ents
[00:08-01:05] 'The Ents are going to War!' - Treebeard
[01:00-??:??]
2|3|11 The Nazgûl Attack
[01:45-02:45] Unfortunately not on either soundtrack album, it nonetheless appears in the film rather than the In Nature theme that is on both releases of the soundtrack. This theme was used in the film's final edit as to draw a stronger connection between Theoden's riding forth and the Ents marching forth.
3|1|15 The Lighting of the Beacons
[08:01-08:54]
3|3|4 The Battle of the Pelennor Fields
[01:22-02:18] The grand culmination of one of the themes of nature.
3|3|16 "For Frodo"
[02:36-03:04] This Cue was cleverly used to represent the Moth that advices Gandalf about Eagles. First in "The Fellowship of the Ring", and now during the Battle of the Morannon in "The Return of the King".