How does Williams manage to do this? violin, viola, cello. The opening fanfare is fortissimo (ff), emphasising the call for attention. Howard Shore orchestrated the music himself and made use of an immense ensemble: a core 96-piece orchestra and 100-piece choir, as well as additional instruments for select sections of the score, onstage instrumental "bands" and additional choirs: overall, over 330 players. The effect is of something astonishing approaching from a distance. [note 2] In keeping with his operatic vision, Shore used the three scripts and the book itself to write themes even before having film reels to compose to. Also included were all of Paul Fishman's songs created for the deleted Metro Club disco and other scenes in the film. The scores utilize two, For Live Performances, the pan flute may be replaced by a variety of end-blown flutes such as the. The Fellowship theme (The Ring Goes South), Music of The Hobbit film series § Principal leitmotiv, Grammy Award for Best Score Soundtrack Album, World Soundtrack Award for Best Original Soundtrack, Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score,, Leitmotif: Critique of the leitmotif concept, Destruction of the Ring/Destruction of Mordor theme,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, "The Lord of the Rings - The Return of the King",, "American certifications – Lord of the Rings", Recording Industry Association of America, "The Official Swiss Charts and Music Community: Awards (Soundtrack; 'The Lord of the Rings')", "Canadian certifications – Lord of the Rings", "Howard Shore's FOTR Complete Recordings gets new release on Vinyl, re-release on CD & BluRay", "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers – The Complete Recordings - Howard Shore", "The Lord of the Rings - The Return of the King - The Complete Recordings",,, "New book explores 'Lord of the Rings' music", "Erik Eino Ochsner to Conduct Lord of the Rings Performance",, New Line's promotional website for the soundtracks.