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Song of the Great Bow

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'''Song of the Great Bow''' (''[[Laer]] [[]] [[Beleg]]'' in [[Sindarin]]) was sung and composed by [[Túrin Turambar]] as a lament for the death of his friend [[Beleg Cúthalion]]. The song, which echoed out over the [[Pools of Ivrin]], was a release for Túrin after he had murdered Beleg through a terrible misfortune.
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'''Song of the Great Bow''' (''Laer Cú Beleg'' in [[Sindarin]]) was sung and composed by [[Túrin Turambar]] as a lament for the death of his friend [[Beleg Cúthalion]]. The song, which echoed out over the [[Pools of Ivrin]], was a release for Túrin after he had murdered Beleg through a terrible misfortune.

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Song of the Great Bow (Laer Cú Beleg in Sindarin) was sung and composed by Túrin Turambar as a lament for the death of his friend Beleg Cúthalion. The song, which echoed out over the Pools of Ivrin, was a release for Túrin after he had murdered Beleg through a terrible misfortune.