Nothing like a nice bit of British folk at this time of year.
Surely one of the greatest pieces of classical music ever written. I couldn’t even tell you how much writing I’ve done to this.
Various floppy and hard disk drives play “The Sound of Silence” by Simon And Garfunkel. A hundred music journalists go into fits.
“The reed is considered the part of Oboe playing that makes it so difficult. Slight variations in temperature, altitude, weather, and climate will change a perfectly working reed into an unplayable collection of cane.”
Not the actual sound a Hobbit would make, but rather an interview with the music and sound team behind The Desolation of Smaug.