Contemporary composer Johan de Meij’s The Lord of the Rings Symphony is the centerpiece of the Knoxville Wind Symphony’s “Storm of Sauron!” concert at 8 p.m. Monday, March 3, at the Tennessee Theatre. The Dutch composer debuted his Symphony No. 1, best known as The Lord of the Rings Symphony, in 1988. It was winner of the 1989 Sudler Composition Award. The piece is in five movements, each inspired by a character or episode from the J.R.R. Tolkien novel “The Lord of the Rings.” Wind symphony performs ‘Lord of the Rings’ piece