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Favorite movie music…

We often compare the book to the movie but we don’t often talk about the music from said movies. Feel free to listen and you can share with me some of your favorite soundtracks from movies you enjoy.

The music during the battle scene during the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe from the Chronicles of Narnia series (books written by C. S. Lewis).

This music stems from two different scenes in the Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban movie. The first half was played during the scene when Harry and Hermione are trying to get past the Whomping Willow to get to Ron. The second part is when Harry is throwing snowballs at Draco and a couple of his friends who were making fun of Ron and Hermione.

This music is from the first movie in the Lord of the Rings (the Fellowship of the Ring) when Frodo, Samwise, Merry and Pippin are walking along the trail when they encounter one of the Nazgul who were sent out to find the ring.

Trying to outsmart and outrun Barbossa during the first movie in the Pirates of the Caribbean series.

The theme song for the movie Venom, played at the end of the movie. The rest of the music doesn’t really have words to them (instrumental only) but this is still one of my favorites.

5 thoughts on “Favorite movie music…

  1. Circle Of Life, by the Lion King. It’s not only a great film but it’s also a fantastic song track. You’ve mentioned some great movie pieces of music too!

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  2. Honestly I’m going to have to follow with your Harry Potter mention. It’s always been a great film (and a great read anyway!) but the musical scores and soundtracks within just add to it’s dimensions and takes me deeper in the film. It’s brilliant!

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