Although computer-generated, MIDI can sound very good, especially if you have a good sound card. To play these MIDIs you will need a MIDI player. You probably have one built in, but if not, try WinAmp. The MIDIs are divided into two categories: Middle-earth and Reminiscent of Middle Earth. In the first category, the composer purposely wrote a song that described Middle Earth. The second section includes fairly unknown pieces from video games that sound appropriate for certain areas or aspects of Middle-earth.
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by Daniel Rodriguez (The One Ring):
by Qirien Dhaela:
- The Bath Song: "Remember in The Fellowship of the Ring, right after the hobbits arrive at Crickhollow? There they all take baths, and Pippin sings this song."
- Rohirrim Riding Song: "Aragorn sings this traditional Rohirrim song in The Two Towers (although when I wrote it I had Éowyn in mind!)."
- To Isengard!: "When Fangorn and the rest of the Ents end the Entmoot and march to Isengard in The Two Towers, they sing this song."
- The Lord of the Rings: "This poem is printed in the front of each book."
MIDIs that remind me of Middle Earth:
EliteFour.mid (Elite Four Theme) from Pokemon on Gameboy; composer and synthesizer unknown.
FF3Over3.mid (Overworld Theme, a.k.a. Terra's Theme) from Final Fantasy 3; composer and synthesizer unknown.
Hocus006.mid (Title Theme) from Hocus Pocus; composed and synthesized by Bobby Prince.
Kuntamon.mid from Jill of the Jungle; composer and synthesizer unknown, converted to MIDI by Benjamin Milder.