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J.R.R. Tolkien - The Lord Of The Rings Herunterladen

J.R.R. Tolkien - The Lord Of The Rings Herunterladen
Darsteller: J.R.R. Tolkien
Titel: The Lord Of The Rings
Land: US
Genre: Klingt
Stil:Audiobook
Freigegeben: 1987
Etikett: BBC Radio
MP3-Albumgröße: 2540 mb
FLAC-Albumgröße: 2736 mb

Trackliste

1Episode Eleven: The Battle of Pellenor Fields (Part One)
2Episode Two: The Black Riders (Part Two)
3Episode Two: The Black Riders (Part One)
4Episode Three: The Knife in the Dark (Part One)
5Episode Eleven: The Battle of Pellenor Fields (Part Two)
6Episode Ten: The Choices of Master Samwise (Part One)
7Episode Nine: The Two Towers (Part One)
8Episode Thirteen: The Grey Havens (Part One)
9Episode Nine: The Two Towers (Part Two)
10Episode Ten: The Choices of Master Samwise (Part Two)
11Episode Seven: The King of the Golden Hall (Part One)
12Episode Six: The Breaking of the Fellowship (Part Two)
13Episode Thirteen: The Grey Havens (Part Two)
14Episode Six: The Breaking of the Fellowship (Part One)
15Episode One: The Shadow of the Past (Part One)
16Episode Five: The Mirror of Galadriel (Part One)
17Episode Eight: The Voice of Sauron (Part Two)
18Episode Five: The Mirror of Galadriel (Part Two)
19Episode One: The Shadow of the Past (Part Two)
20Episode Eight: The Voice of Sauron (Part One)
21Episode Twelve: Mount Doom (Part One)
22Episode Four: The Ring Goes South (Part One)
23Episode Seven: The King of the Golden Hall (Part Two)
24Episode Twelve: Mount Doom (Part Two)
25Episode Four: The Ring Goes South (Part Two)
26Episode Three: The Knife in the Dark (Part Two)

Versionen

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneJ.R.R. Tolkien The Lord Of The Rings ‎(13xCass + Box)BBC RecordsnoneUK1987
ZBBC 1050J.R.R. Tolkien The Lord Of The Rings ‎(13xCass + Box)BBC Enterprises Ltd.ZBBC 1050UK1987
BBC 019J.R.R. Tolkien The Lord Of The Rings ‎(13xCass + Box)BDD Audio, BBC Enterprises Ltd.BBC 019US1987
RINGSJ.R.R. Tolkien The Lord Of The Rings ‎(Box, Ltd, RE, Cen + 13xCass)BBC RecordsRINGSUK1992
noneJ.R.R. Tolkien The Lord Of The Rings ‎(14xCD + Box, Ltd)BBC RecordsnoneUK1995

Kurzes Intro

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