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Wagner's RIng Cycle & Lord of the Rings Comparison
Transcript of Wagner's RIng Cycle & Lord of the Rings Comparison
The person who wrote the Lord of the Rings, (Tolkein), was not the same person who wrote the music for the movie. There was a seperate composer (Howard Shore). In both The Lord of the Rings and The Ring Cycle, the ring gives its owner mastery of the world. Also both of the rings can turn the person wearing it invisible. Similarities Differences By Halle and Aaron Wagner's Ring Cycle
The Lord of the Rings Both rings have an inherently evil nature and a corrupting influence upon the minds and wills of its possessors. The ring in The Ring Cycle allows you to shape shift, and the ring in The Lord of the Rings does not. There will be a total of 6 Lord of the Rings books/movies, and there are four operas in the Ring Cycle. Tolkien and Wagner both drew upon the same source material for inspiration, including the Völsungasaga and the Poetic Edda. Work Cited http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Der_Ring_des_Nibelungen#Story http://philosophistry.com/archives/2004/01/lord-of-the-rings-an-imitation.html In The Ring Cycle, there is only one ring. In the Lord of the Rings, there are a total of twenty. In the Lord of the Rings, the main character is a hobbit, and in the Ring Cycle, the main character is a god. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Lord_of_the_Rings Both The Ring Cycle and The Lord of the Rings use leitmotifs.