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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Enhanced, Soundtrack


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  • Composer: John Williams
  • Audio CD (May 25 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Soundtrack
  • Label: Atlantic
  • Run Time: 142 minutes
  • ASIN: B00020HEG6
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #28,619 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Lumos! (Hedwig's Theme)
2. Aunt Marge's Waltz
3. The Knight Bus
4. Apparition on the Train
5. Double Trouble
6. Buckbeak's Flight
7. A Window to the Past
8. The Whomping Willow and the Snowball Fight
9. Secrets of the Castle
10. The Portrait Gallery
11. Hagrid the Professor
12. Monster Books and Boggarts!
13. Quidditch, Third Year
14. Lupin's Transformation and Chasing Scabbers
15. The Patronus Light
16. The Werewolf Scene
17. Saving Buckbeak
18. Forward to Time Past
19. The Dementors Converge
20. Finale
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By Nancy on Feb. 9 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Les descriptions étaient parfaites, j'adore mon produit. Les délais de livraison ont été très court, c'est idéal! Ma collection est complète!
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This soundtrack is Williams best work since Shindler's List, and one of the few WIlliams works that really stands well on its own. Highly recommended for anyone who is even a casual fan of Willaims's work, and much better than the recent Star Wars rehashes. "Apparition on the Train", "Double Trouble" and "Forward to Time Past" in particular stand out, but the whole album is outstanding.
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I concur with many of the other reviewers who mention that this score is a departure from the others -- though still very much in the John Williams' genre of music. In fact, listening to some of the tracks ("Buckbeak's Flight" for example), I was reminded more of the soaring themes of "Star Wars" than of either of the two previous HP movies.
I own all three scores, and have no complaints against the first two, as a matter of fact. Lovely music. The score for "Prisoner of Azkaban," however, breaks new ground from the first two, and the result is a masterful and varied collection of music -- from the familiar "Lumos" to "Double Trouble" (featured in advance advertisements) to the haunting strains of "A Window to the Past" and so on, through the rest of the score, Williams has upped the ante to create a truly remarkable musical journey. This third volume makes me eager to see what kind of music Williams could create someday for the complex and emotionally-laden "Order of the Phoenix".
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Having seen this marvelous film now, one can be even more enthusiastic about Williams' score. Like many who have written here, there was a marked feeling of letdown in Chamber of Secrets, so the waterfall of new, varied, and deeply felt music that comes with this film is welcomed. By the way, anyone wondering whether to see this film is encouraged to go: Cuaron's work is among the best there is in film today, and his evocative, dramatic direction clearly inspired Williams. As to the music, it's every bit as breathtaking as some of Cuaron's shots. The Buckbeak music (especially while watching the magnificent flight scene over the lake) is sublime, and the juxtaposition of period-instrument pre-Baroque, Cantina jazz, and that Prokofiev-style orchestration of Williams is deeply nourishing (does the snowball fight scene remind anyone else of the Classical Symphony?).
For Potter fans and simply lovers of art, this music and its film are both unreservedly recommended. They are exemplary of how artistic inspiration comes from the formless realm of consciousness and penetrates through a multiplicity of people and their artistic media--starting with Mrs. Rowling's writing and working through to Cuaron, Williams, and the splendid cast of this film. It all began, about 15 years ago, on a simple train ride from Manchester to London.
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I saw the movie last night I also bought the soundtrack and I am listening to it right now and it is so good and Daniel Radciffe the kid that plays Harry he is sooooooooooooooo hot in movie. I love the movie a lot if you are a Harry Potter fan go and see this movie because it is so good I love it a lot. I have the another 2 of the movies and this one is the best. This movie is so scared and also funny too.
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By Moony on June 3 2004
Format: Audio CD
Oh I just LOVE this soundtrack. Its much different than the other Harry Potter soundtracks. Prisoner of Azkaban is together with order of the Phoenix my favorite book, Prisoner of Azkaban is one of my favorite movies and this is one of my favorite soundtracks :D. Woohooo! No scratch that, this is my favorite soundtrack of all time! (I'm just listening to the Quiddtich one, and - WOW!) Thanks John! :P
My fave's so far (have not heard the soundtrack completely, I am currently listening it) are 'Buckbeaks Flight', 'A Window to the Past'(a bit of a tear-jerker) and 'Quidditch, third year' YAY!
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By K. Halat on June 2 2004
Format: Audio CD
I must admit, when I first heard this soundtrack, I didn't enjoy any of it actually. I think one of the reasons was I had just got the Van Helsing soundtrack, which had a totally different taste than this. But I turned my attention towards this score, cause I thought, it's John Williams, I'll give him another try, cause he's just amazing. So I started listening to it again, and I haven't stopped since. It's much different than the previous two, with only Hedwig's Theme showing up in the beginning as usual, and once more in another track. Everything else is new music, and John Williams is a master of making beautiful and memorable themes, and it shows in this score. It's one of my favorites now, but everything new he comes out with is one of my favorites. John Williams brings us another memorable score. If you haven't bought it, buy it!
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Woh! The PoA soundtrack is amazing! It is clearly obvious that this soundtrack is a whole lot better than the first two. I have not seen the movie yet, but from the 'Quidditch,Third Year' piece, I can tell that it is going to be outrageously fabulous!
The use of instruments is just great, and the way he has made the music alot more mysterious and darker adds to the Wow! Factor. I have to say, 'Finale' is my favorite piece, but I love them all! Highly Recommended! John Williams has outdone himself this time!
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