Lord of The Rings (Calm Ambient Mix by Syneptic) | Episode I

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0:00 - 2:11: Lord Of The Rings Soundtracks - The Council Of Elrond Assembles
2:11 - 2:55: Howard Shore - Arwen’s Fate (feat. The Grace of the Valar)
2:55 - 3:34: Lord Of The Rings Soundtracks - Farewell Dear Bilbo
3:33 - 4:14: Howard Shore - The Heir of Númenor
4:14 - 4:55: Howard Shore - The Ride Of The Rohirrim
4:55 - 5:27: Lord Of The Rings Soundtracks - Helm’s Deep
5:27 - 6:10: Lord Of The Rings Soundtracks - Gollum
6:10 - 6:53: Lord Of The Rings Soundtracks - Very Old Friends
6:54 - 7:27: Howard Shore - The Grace Of Undómiel
7:27 - 8:48: Howard Shore - Éowyn's Dream
8:48 - 9:34: Howard Shore - A Far Green Country
9:34 - 10:50: Howard Shore - The Entmoot Decides
10:51 - 12:03: Howard Shore - Days Of The Ring
12:03 - 13:34: Annie Lennox - Into The West
13:34 - 14:19: Howard Shore - Twilight And Shadow
14:19 - 14:47: Howard Shore - Days Of The Ring
14:47 - 16:05: Howard Shore - The Eagles
16:05 - 16:38: Howard Shore - Exodus From Edoras
16:39 - 18:02: Lord Of The Rings Soundtracks - Rivendell
18:01 - 18:40: Lord Of The Rings Soundtrack - The Breaking Of The Fellowship
18:40 - 19:20: Lord Of The Rings Soundtracks - Caras Galadhon
19:20 - 20:15: Howard Shore - Merry's Simple Courage
20:15 - 20:45: Howard Shore - Elven Rope
20:45 - 22:29: Howard Shore - Long Ways to Go Yet (feat. Gollum’s Song)
22:30 - 23:19: Howard Shore - The Last Debate
23:19 - 24:24: Howard Shore - The Passing Of The Grey Company
23:24 - 28:01: Howard Shore - One of the Dúnedain (feat. Evenstar)
28:02 - 31:30: Enya - May It Be
31:30 - 33:19: The Lord Of The Rings - Amon Hen
33:19 - 34:24: Lord Of The Rings Soundtracks - The Departure Of Boromir
34:25 - 35:20: Howard Shore - The Chalice Passed
35:20 - 42:54: Howard Shore - The Journey To The Grey Havens
42:57 - 43:57: Howard Shore - The Sacrifice Of Faramir
43:57 - 45:17: Howard Shore - The Fellowship Reunited
45:17 - 46:03: Howard Shore - "Where Is The Horse And The Rider?”
46:03 - 47:28: Howard Shore - Lost In Emyn Muil
47:28 - 49:45: Howard Shore - The Fellowship Reunited
49:47 - 50:20: Howard Shore - Journey To The Cross-roads
50:20 - 53:16: Howard Shore - The Houses Of Healing
53:15 - 56:07: Howard Shore - Bilbo’s Song
56:08 - 57:06: Howard Shore - The Crack Of Doom
57:07 - 58:17: Lord Of The Rings Soundtracks - The Road Goes Ever On...Pt. 1
59:18 - 1:00:13: Howard Shore - Elanor
1:00:13 - 1:01:22: Howard Shore - Concerning Hobbits
1:01:22 - 1:02:56: Lord Of The Rings Soundtracks - Bag End
1:02:56 - 1:05:21: Lord Of The Rings Soundtracks - The Shire

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  • Syneptic

    Some of you have asked about who I am and what I do.I'm currently travelling and I'm doing this vlog series where I post a summary of each day within 5-7 minute videos.So if you're interested you can go check it out over here:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCp8VtpgaQEkVZCpR26QVStQ

  • Vladimir Taylor

    No matter how bad life gets, this helps

  • wspe61

    If I remember right, I read these LOTR books in my bunk on an aircraft carrier in the South China Sea in about 1969/70.... Thank you for this wonderful music.

  • aleph

    Homesick for a place I'm not even sure exists.

  • Evolved Turtle Productions

    I hope they put this in theaters for the 20th anniversary. I don’t care whether my generation deserves it or not, I just want to experience these movies on the big screen!

  • Galactic Wonderland.

    Music like this makes me want to move mountains and makes me feel like I can do anything life hasn't always been kind so listening to this beautiful music helps me move forward with confidence ,the power of music is like nature the two go hand in hand ,thank you ..🌲💖🌲💖🌲

  • Lee Volmer

    “If we find ourselves with a desire that nothing in this world can satisfy, the most probable explanation is that we were made for another world.” ― C.S. Lewis, a dear friend of Tolkien

  • Nick Cani

    It's wonderfull read lord of the rings while this is playing

  • melodymoonchild

    I used to listen to this all the time while studying, and at one point sent it to my mum to enjoy as well, along with a physical copy of the soundtrack. She always loved Lord of the Rings, and especially the elves. She passed away a few weeks ago, and I'd like to think she's finally travelled into the West with the elves. Now this soundtrack sounds almost like a hug from her. Thank you for making such a beautiful mix. <3

  • valentin pezzoni

    1k dislikes? Must be the rest of Sauron's army that ran away at the end of the Mordor's gate battle🙊

  • Daniel de Beer

    What would life be with out Middle Earth?Nothing, Middle earth is life. See you all someday in the Peaceful era of the 4th age, where we can all be happy and live forever with not a worry in the world.

  • Gavin House

    It's snowing and cold outside and I'm curled up in bed nice and warm listening to this, I've never felt so relaxed.

  • Syneptic

    Hey everyone,I want you to know that I read every single comment you guys write in here and seeing how much you like it means the world to me. I often read through the comment section when I'm not feeling well and instantly life seems much better again. :)To think that it's gotten so big when I actually only made this to help me study/sleep is absolutely insane to me.Thank you sosososo much for all the kind words!I've submitted the mix to Spotify & Apple Music so you don't have to go to YouTube everytime to stream it and also so you could listen to it in better audio quality.Lets hope it gets through & there's no copyright claim!Cheers,Syneptic

  • Irish Technical Thinker

    I'm responsible for atleast 40% of these views.

  • curnath

    Listening to this beautiful, tender music and looking at the stunning picture made me actually realise something.I remember going to the movies a few years ago, watching 'the hobbit'-movies and just not feeling satisfied when it was over. Now, at the time i couldn't quite put the finger on why it was, that these new movies just didn't feel the same as the older classics. Something was just missing.Now, taking in especially this picture made me realise what caused this feeling: 'The Lord of the Rings' is real, 'The Hobbit' isn't.Sure, there are hideous orcs and impossibly beautiful elves in LotR, wild trolls, powerful wizards and magic. The mountains look a little taller and more imposing than they propably really are and at the end of the day, it's all about a small magical ring, but all these elements are, at their core, very grounded. They work to support and enhance the reality we know and seamlessly make it into the reality of middle earth, not to try making reality more fantastic than it could possibly be, even in this fantastic world of middle earth. And this is supported by the directing of the movies.Rarely, in the older trilogy, will you see a scene that would make you think it was composed to simply look good and not much else when it comes to activities of characters in the scene. Everything stays relativly grounded and therefore blends seamlessly into the world equally grounded in reality, nothing violates our sense of possibility in this middle earth. Even the few notable exceptions, like Legolas taking on the oliphant on the pelennor fields, are used as more of a tongue-in-cheek thing, a small joke by the crew, rather than meant to be taken seriously, which is why even the gigantic oliphant still only counts as one.In this sense, Peter Jackson, in the LotR-trilogy, did a fantastic job in capturing the atmosphere of the books. This feeling of almost reading not a fantasy novel, but a chronic of factual events. The focus does not lie with the characters or even the protagonists, but with the events that happened to come to pass in these distant lands, at this specific time. That is not to say the characters didn't evolve, especially the protagonists Frodo/Sam and Aragorn most definitly do, but even here we are not just told how and why they do. More so, we are slowly shown how the evolve as the consequence of their journey and the hurdles they encounter, or in Aragorns case, what he is needed to be. Again, the actual events as they unfold are front and center, and we happen to also be shown how they affect the concerned characters.The 'Hobbit'-trilogy lacks this sense of being grounded in reality. Of course we technically know that it is supposed to be the same middle earth we came to love, but it doesn't feel like it, because it and the events unfolding within it are no longer the core of the experience. Instead, what took its place are the characters and the way they act. And at least the latter is no longer in any way, shape or form grounded in reality.This is immediatly noticable during the fight-scenes. The comparatively somber and grounded fighting of the older movies has been replaced by flashy scenes of elves jumping over a dwarven shieldwall, trolls bringing down walls with their heads, Legolas defying gravity by stepping on falling stones, Thranduil chopping of four heads with one stroke while riding his elk, or our companionship of dwarves jumping from one barrel to the next while escaping mirkwood through the rivers rapids and being shot at with arrows.I could go on listing scenes that feel like they were composed just to look good and spectacular and not much else. Unfortunately, in doing so these scenes lost their groundedness and any weight they could have had, which leaves them just feeling that bit too fantastic, even for this fantastic world of middle earth. And since it's these scenes that are front and center and on which the younger movies spend so much time, the world of middle earth and the entire movie feels no longer grounded in reality. What initially fascinated me about the picture in the video above was, that I was couldn't be sure, wether I was looking at a part of the shire, or just a small lake and a hilly meadow somewhere in the south of england. And I just doubt that question would have come to my mind if all I ever knew were the latest movies called 'the Hobbit'.Now please excuse my long wall of text, sometimes I just have to verbalise something in order to actually become clear about what i'm thinking. Thank you very much for uploading these magnificent pieces of music and worldbuilding! :)

  • SoraAuditore

    I can't imagine having grown up without the Lord of the Rings franchise ❤️

  • MultiAnimallover9

    My name is actually Arwen and I was named after the Elvish princess, Elrond’s daughter. Listen to this makes me feel endlessly proud of my name and makes me feel at home ❤️

  • Syneptic

    It's so cool to see that you're all enjoying this mix when I actually I just made this to have something calm without many lyrics playing in the background when I was studying for some exams.I'm especially amazed that it's about to hit 50'000 views soon without having to promote it in any way!If you like the mix, please share it with your friends, might do another one some time soon. If you got recommendations for a great movie soundtrack please let me know!Cheers :)

  • Rex Irvine Espenilla

    Anyone else get teary-eyed when they hear "A Far Green Country"? @8:48 Such a masterpiece

  • Emmett Ruskowsky

    As I listen to the music I long for something I cannot reach. I long to be at peace. To be free from this world where I dont feel like I belong. I wish that middle earth was my earth. I wish that a man could just live off the land like in the days of old. That he wouldnt have to give his life over to the modern world, like every other man. Getting a job, working his life away, only to realize that his life has come to an end. He sits thinking, what was the purpose, for I did not seek after the wonder and awe that I felt inside. I didnt go out and see the world. I didnt seek to find purpose. I never found peace. I was a slave to the world. Not able to be free, and live according to the passions I felt inside. I wanted to feel adventure, discovery, and see beauty in the world. I just wish that this life could be lived with more meaning. I just wish I could reach for the things I love, and find peace. I just wish that I could sail east to the undying lands, rather than becoming just another man who lives and dies, wasting his life away to make ends meet.

  • Malviina Palsa

    I miss you J.R.R. Tolkien.

  • Gerry Vanderzeypen

    even at this late stage in my life (73 years old), and the way this WORLD is evolving with more hatred, bigotry, racism and the lot, do I love to reflect and listen to a good piece of music out there.........not only do I like the Lord of the RIngs and all of the episodes BUT it's music makes one want to close their eyes , take a deep breath, relax and drift away to another place, another time beyond the bounds of the madness that has invaded our world in 2018........peace to all out there, it won't be long now and the end times will soon be upon us....THANK YOU FOR THIS PEACEFUL, BEAUTIFUL MUSIC!!>>>>> I TRULY NEEDED THIS TODAY!!!!...:) :)

  • Nicky Ovidiu Baiculescu

    I have said it before, I can still say now and in 50 years time, there will be nothing similar to these emotions, nor sounds combined together that will make me feel the way I fell right now or when first LOTR sounds came to life! Bless the composers!

  • Francesca Sinéad Coscia

    2 a.m. I had a shower, slightly drunk, while listening to this. Thank you. It brought me to another realm, and it made me so, so calm. God bless all of you who upload great mixes on Youtube like this. You're all a godsend.

  • Connor Wilson1

    2018 and still listening what a amazing piece ❤️❤️

  • LilLion1818

    I probably clicked it 1.000.000 times already haha

  • MrAstrojensen

    I just want to see the mountains again.

  • Lauren Butte

    Best movie soundtrack ever in my opinion!

  • Zane Peterson

    October 2018 anyone?? Still the best mix on all youtube I've listened to....

  • Jared Walsh

    Seriously who would dislike this and why, I’ve been listening to this mix almost every night to go to sleep since it came out. 1k dislikes? Wow people are dumb lol

  • Syneptic

    Finally added the tracklist into the video description!Tracklist:0:00 - 2:11: Lord Of The Rings Soundtracks - The Council Of Elrond Assembles2:11 - 2:55: Howard Shore - Arwen’s Fate (feat. The Grace of the Valar)2:55 - 3:34: Lord Of The Rings Soundtracks - Farewell Dear Bilbo3:33 - 4:14: Howard Shore - The Heir of Númenor4:14 - 4:55: Howard Shore - The Ride Of The Rohirrim4:55 - 5:27: Lord Of The Rings Soundtracks - Helm’s Deep5:27 - 6:10: Lord Of The Rings Soundtracks - Gollum6:10 - 6:53: Lord Of The Rings Soundtracks - Very Old Friends6:54 - 7:27: Howard Shore - The Grace Of Undómiel7:27 - 8:48: Howard Shore - Éowyn's Dream8:48 - 9:34: Howard Shore - A Far Green Country9:34 - 10:50: Howard Shore - The Entmoot Decides10:51 - 12:03: Howard Shore - Days Of The Ring12:03 - 13:34: Annie Lennox - Into The West13:34 - 14:19: Howard Shore - Twilight And Shadow14:19 - 14:47: Howard Shore - Days Of The Ring14:47 - 16:05: Howard Shore - The Eagles16:05 - 16:38: Howard Shore - Exodus From Edoras16:39 - 18:02: Lord Of The Rings Soundtracks - Rivendell18:01 - 18:40: Lord Of The Rings Soundtrack - The Breaking Of The Fellowship18:40 - 19:20: Lord Of The Rings Soundtracks - Caras Galadhon19:20 - 20:15: Howard Shore - Merry's Simple Courage20:15 - 20:45: Howard Shore - Elven Rope20:45 - 22:29: Howard Shore - Long Ways to Go Yet (feat. Gollum’s Song)22:30 - 23:19: Howard Shore - The Last Debate23:19 - 24:24: Howard Shore - The Passing Of The Grey Company23:24 - 28:01: Howard Shore - One of the Dúnedain (feat. Evenstar)28:02 - 31:30: Enya - May It Be31:30 - 33:19: The Lord Of The Rings - Amon Hen33:19 - 34:24: Lord Of The Rings Soundtracks - The Departure Of Boromir34:25 - 35:20: Howard Shore - The Chalice Passed35:20 - 42:54: Howard Shore - The Journey To The Grey Havens42:57 - 43:57: Howard Shore - The Sacrifice Of Faramir43:57 - 45:17: Howard Shore - The Fellowship Reunited45:17 - 46:03: Howard Shore - "Where Is The Horse And The Rider?”46:03 - 47:28: Howard Shore - Lost In Emyn Muil48:27 - 49:45: Howard Shore - The Fellowship Reunited49:47 - 50:20: Howard Shore - Journey To The Cross-roads50:20 - 53:16: Howard Shore - The Houses Of Healing53:15 - 56:07: Howard Shore - Bilbo’s Song56:08 - 57:06: Howard Shore - The Crack Of Doom57:07 - 58:17: Lord Of The Rings Soundtracks - The Road Goes Ever On...Pt. 159:18 - 1:00:13: Howard Shore - Elanor1:00:13 - 1:01:22: Howard Shore - Concerning Hobbits1:01:22 - 1:02:56: Lord Of The Rings Soundtracks - Bag End1:02:56 - 1:05:21: Lord Of The Rings Soundtracks - The Shire

  • Lena Nicolle

    i tried to use this as study music, but it just made me feel like crying because its so beautiful

  • Keltyn Ruddock

    This is beautiful. I have loved The Lord of the Rings since I was in primary school; I fondly remember watching it in my grandparents living room, curled up with my grandma, the happiest little boy on the planet. This mix brings back so many good memories. Thank you, so much. Right now its three in the morning, I've just had a long week, and another nine days to go before I get a day off, and listening to this has actually made me tear up a little. I have so much love for LOTR, for the vast, inconceivably intricate world that Tolkien gave to us all. I've read the books, seen the films, and presented a creation myth project using the Silmarillion as my source material for the myth. Life moves so quickly, and sometimes the nights get so dark; taking a breath, slowing your pace? It's both necessary and highly recommended. This is one long winded comment, but thank you. <3

  • bilbo baggins

    the longest story i ever read 1968 the hobbit then life got in the way as it Does 40or so years later i sit down and watch the filmwith my gran sons with a tear in my eye thank you tolkin

  • Christine Gardiner

    'White Sails' I believe it is called is my favorite song, I just want to sail away on the white sails into the West and never come back...........always makes me cry........

  • Matthias Castin

    Sam: But in the end, it’s only a passing thing, this shadow .Even darkness must pass. A new day will come .And when the sun shines it will shine out the clearer. Those were the stories that stayed with you. That meant something, even if you were too small to understand why. But I think, Mr. Frodo, I do understand. I know now. Folk in those stories had lots of chances of turning back only they didn’t. They kept going because they were holding on to something.Frodo: What are we holding on to, Sam?Sam: There’s some good in this world, Mr. Frodo. And it’s worth fighting for

  • Legolas's Wife

    This makes me feel homesick for Middle-earth, and it isn't even real. But when you listen to the music, read the books, and watch the movies- it is real, and it's way better than reality. The real world is so lonely, there's no friendships like in the story, the lands aren't as pure and beautiful, there's no freedom, and there are no fair elves, dwarves, wizards. I'm only 14 but I'm sure the Tolkien has made my childhood, haha. I find myself reading his books and watching the movies over and over again;Timeless.Thanks for this🍃Sidenote, 21:01 is my favourite part :,)

  • Aaron English

    LOTR's My favorite fantasy story.Tolken showed and taught us many things through out the stories. couage among the small-Frodo.Weakness in the worrior-Eomer.Wisdom from the fool-Pippin.Mercy from the untrusting-Bilbo.Forgiveness from Aragon to Boromir.From Toloration to Love Legolas and Gimli.Humility and Leadership Gandolf.And much more.Thank for masterfully putting together this Labor of love and work of art.I will not say: do not weep; for not all tears are an evil. Gandalf.— J.R.R. Tolkien. The Lord of the Rings. The Return of the King.

  • FuddyduddyBella

    I want to live in the Shire, hearing lovely music like this play and forget about life and this crazy world for awhile. 😢

  • Nik

    This honestly must be the playlist for heaven.

  • SiriusGaming

    I don't think any soundtrack Will ever come close to Lord of The Rings, other soundtracks are iconic, but this soundtrack is Lord of The Rings, you can't have one without the other. I'm a guy who has trouble crying, yet this brings be to tears, just as the movies do. The music is part of the art and beauty of the movies. Thank you for uploading this♥️♥️

  • Dave Lewis

    I will not say do not weep.. For not all tears are evil

  • mama31

    22:00 and my son is passed out for his nap.:-)

  • Jace Fincham

    Someday, when I am on my deathbed, I want to fade away listening to "Into the West". One of the most beautiful and powerful songs ever written.

  • mindxcircus

    The Lord of the Rings is truly something of a rare miracle.. The books, the movies and the soundtracks - It has this effect on my spirit, whenever I am facing with the toughest time in my life - either death, grief, depression and heart feels too hopeless - I always watch the movies and I feel hope is restored again. I have a better outlook again, have strength to go through life again.. It hits right in the soul and our deepest humble place in the heart.. It's a place where it doesn't exist in the real world but.. it had always been in that ageless corner of our hearts... And this playlist just brought me nothing but the most gentlest of soul rejuvenation.. Thank you. I wonder who else watches LOTR when things in life gets so bad...and it just lifts your spirit again?

  • indy2001A

    I took this with me when we went to Australia and New Zealand for 3 weeks in February, along with some other of Syneptic's mixes. Although they're great for the long flights, this mix is especially good when you're going to visit Hobbiton! What a fantastic place...it has been preserved and maintained perfectly. Now every time I read or watch LOTR or The Hobbit, I feel like I'm part of the story in some small way. My favorite part of LOTR, however, took place a long way from the Shire... "My friends, you bow to no one."

  • W-James

    Frodo "I wish the ring had never come to me. I wish none of this had happened!" Gandalf "So do all who live to see such times but that is not for them to decide. All you have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to you."

  • Hawk Leigh

    I listen to this soundtrack multiple times a week if not a day and I just wanted to thank you for putting this together. Not only does it help me relax during a tough time in my life right now, but it brings back to my mind the Shire and the woods of Lothlorian, and I can just close my eyes and smile, refreshed, inspired, and a little bit removed from this world.(Also a small extra thanks for removing all of those pop-ups at the beginning. It was a small thing, but thank you for cleaning up the screen. Makes it all the more enjoyable!)You and your music mixes are a blessing. A most sincere thank you.

  • walkingcarol

    Studying anatomy to this beautiful mix! Middle earth is really my safe place..

  • Kenneth Shockley

    I work for developmentally disabled adults and while I take care of paper work at the end of my shift, I play this in the background. The members often flock to the office area to listen and enjoy the soothing music. Thank you for this.

  • Elessar .

    This music kills my depression, thanks buddy :)

  • Minister EH

    Thank you I've watched The Trilogy sooooo many times and music always comforts me. thanks for sharing

  • Mr3idoo

    I still remember that night when my wife told me she hasn't seen LOTR before . after 11 straight hours it became her world as it is mine . it's like we finally have the same culture .

  • Ivan Cavazos

    "May it be" me cautivó por completo! Es increíble

  • Helen Ellwood

    I first read LOTR when I was 13 in 1971 (oh such a long time ago, in the dark ages before digital things). It transported me to a magical world and changed my life. When the films came out, I was concerned that the books might be misrepresented (please read them if you haven't). i needn't have feared. The film and the music are perfect. The Middle Earth I read about in my childhood, a place held deep in my heart, has been manifested for the modern age without loosing its magic. So pleased.

  • Matthias Moylan

    Lotr forever!!!Who else is with me?

  • Emily Hess

    I'm a aspiring writer working on my first fantasy novel, and I actually hit a wall for about 1 month..I played this music and the story came to me faster than a race car down the raceway. Thank you for inspiring me to start writing again. This music now holds a special place in my heart.

  • zeno

    a true masterpiece. BTW: I am your first patreon. Hope more will follow <3

  • Kristupas Matiekus

    Probably the best Lotr soundtrack mix. It gives me so much inspiration for my book writing. Thank you!

  • ala din

    Ab 21:29 bis 21:59 ich mag so gerne diese Lied so beautiful <3

  • Timothy Askey

    wonderful film ,keeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep welllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll

  • Creative Piano

    There are so many movies out there, but lotr is by far one of my favorite classics. It's well made with great casting, and it gives me a homely feel when I think about my younger years of watching these movies... thanks for this mix, it really brightens my day! =)

  • Aaron GOOSE

    Dont care if Christopher Tolkien didn't like the films that much , he had to off enjoyed the sheer beauty of howard shore's composed orchester at the very least!

  • a normal cat

    first time trippin with this amazing piece.. idk i cant describe it

  • John Oliveira

    Thanks so incredibly much for these long mixes without ads ! They are what I do repetitive work to. It helps keep things creative and inspiring.

  • Martin Rivers

    Thank you - when life is at its' toughest, some things just help. For me the music from LOTR just lifts my spirits even though the tears fall. Not all tears are an evil, so do not be sad.

  • Alex Goodall

    18:01 - 18:40: Lord Of The Rings Soundtrack - The Breaking Of The Fellowship How to find the song who is sining? Thank you.

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