Death in The Garden
Death in The Garden
#58 The Tales that Really Matter - a Reading by Maren
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#58 The Tales that Really Matter - a Reading by Maren

The Wisdom in the Myth of The Lord of the Rings
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On this episode of “Death in The Garden,” Maren is reading her recent piece, The Tales that Really Matter - Part I. In this audio essay, you’ll hear tracks and clips from The Lord of the Rings films by Peter Jackson, and music composed by Howard Shore. Additionally, you’ll hear original synth soundscapes inspired by Howard Shore’s compositions, from the songs “In Dreams”, “The Road Goes Ever On…, Pt. 1”, and “Samwise the Brave”.

All credit for movie clips and songs used goes to Peter Jackson et al. and Howard Shore.

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Writing & Editing: Maren Morgan

Mastering: Jake Marquez

Songs used: “Gollum”, “Forth Eorlingas”, “Samwise the Brave”, “Caras Galadhon/ ‘Lament for Gandalf’”

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Death in The Garden
Death in The Garden
“Death in The Garden” is a multimedia project that explores the complex intersection of the cycle of life and death, holism, climate change, civilization, ecology, and health from the perspective of two incredibly curious millennials on a journey to make sense of a very nuanced world. In addition to those listed above, our podcast highlights topics like regenerative agriculture, food, psychology, spirituality, politics, society, and our overall relationship with Nature and the ecosystems we are part of.