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Glenn Yarbrough

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* [[1977]]: ''[[The Hobbit: Original Soundtrack]]''
 
* [[1977]]: ''[[The Hobbit: Original Soundtrack]]''
 
** "[[The Greatest Adventure]]" (also writer)
 
** "[[The Greatest Adventure]]" (also writer)
** "[[The Road Goes Ever On and On]]"
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** "[[The Road Goes Ever On]]"
 
* [[1980]]: ''[[The Return of the King: Sountrack]]''
 
* [[1980]]: ''[[The Return of the King: Sountrack]]''
 
** "[[Frodo of the Nine Fingers]]"
 
** "[[Frodo of the Nine Fingers]]"
 
** "[[Where There's a Whip, There's a Way]]
 
** "[[Where There's a Whip, There's a Way]]
 
** "[[The End of the Ring]]"
 
** "[[The End of the Ring]]"
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** "[[The Roads Goes Ever On and On]]"
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==External links==
 
==External links==
 
*'''[http://www.glennyarbrough.com Official website]'''
 
*'''[http://www.glennyarbrough.com Official website]'''

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Glenn Yarbrough (January 12, 1930) is the composer and performer of the music of The Hobbit (1977 film) and The Return of the King. His songs include "The Greatest Adventure", "Frodo of the Nine Fingers" and "Where There's a Whip, There's a Way". In The Return of the King, he is also the voice of the "Minstrel of Gondor", a character that sings the story of the movie to Bilbo and Elrond in Rivendell.

Discography

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