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'''2001-2003: [[Pán prsteňov (2001-2003 Slovak radio series)|''Pán prsteňov'' (2001-2003 Slovak radio series)]]:'''
 
'''2001-2003: [[Pán prsteňov (2001-2003 Slovak radio series)|''Pán prsteňov'' (2001-2003 Slovak radio series)]]:'''
:Gimli (portrayed by Vladimír Hajdu) sings the Song of Durin during the Fellowship's journey through Moria, as in the novel. The lyrics of the song are not entirely identical with the original English lyrics (especially when it comes to references to First Age events and locations), but follows the structure and ideas of the original lyrics closely. Gimli presents the poem in a half-reciting, half-singing manner. Its slow and melancholy tune is accompanied by flute (the main melody), a subtle sound of a hammer clanging against an anvil in the distance (indicating the rhythm) and occasional string instrument additions (for emphasizing mood).
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:Gimli (portrayed by Vladimír Hajdu) sings the Song of Durin during the Fellowship's journey through Moria, as in the novel. The lyrics of the song are not entirely identical with the original English lyrics (especially when it comes to references to First Age events and locations), but follows the structure and ideas of the original lyrics closely. Gimli presents the poem in a half-reciting, half-singing manner. Its slow and melancholy tune is accompanied by flute (the main melody), a subtle sound of a hammer clanging against an anvil in the distance (indicating the rhytm) and occassional string istrument additions (for emphasizing mood).
  
 
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