I now am the happy owner of the soundtrack to Pirates of the Carribbean, 1492: Conquest of Paradise, and Ultima V: Lazarus (the third being a computer game).
And I noticed something odd about three of the tracks - parts of the opening of the PotC soundtrack sounded similar to a passage each in the other two soundtracks. So, for comparison, I cut together 2 mp3s that compare 30 second samples of each. I didn't want to upload the tracks themselves because on the whole I'd prefer to keep the RIAA off my back.
I found Mary Jean Holmes' site while looking for fantasy music around 2-3 years ago (I also discovered the Brobdingnagian Bards this way, incidentally). She's an independent composer who produces music related to J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings - long symphonies inspired by tales from the Silmarillion and the trilogy itself, which are all available as free mp3s from her site. One of my favorites is The Akallabêth.