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Pirates Of The Caribbean Soundtrack


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  • Composer: Klaus Badelt
  • Audio CD (July 22 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • Run Time: 143 minutes
  • ASIN: B0000A1RJI
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (322 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,149 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Fog Bound
2. The Medallion Calls
3. The Black Pearl
4. Will and Elizabeth
5. Swords Crossed
6. Walk the Plank
7. Barbossa Is Hungry
8. Blood Ritual
9. Moonlight Serenade
10. To the Pirates' Cave!
11. Skull and Crossbones
12. Bootstrap's Bootstraps
13. Underwater March
14. One Last Shot
15. He's a Pirate


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ryan on June 2 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is easily one of my favorite film scores of all time. Not only is it incredibly stylish and themed (accordingly to pirates), but it covers a lot of ground in the symphonic genre. First of all, it's very well balanced, and has the ideal symphonic sound: low brass and strings dominate, high brass and woodwinds create the timber, and there are a lot of beautiful movements and harmonies. The first half is very intense with a lot of familiar Hans Zimmer melodies and syncopations (think Gladiator), and that can only be a good thing. The last four or five tracks are slower and more dramatic, almost to the point of cliche, but I love it nonetheless. The finale in particular is incredibly moving, and then slams you with the faster, more energetic melodies repeated from earlier in the score. It feels perfect at the finish.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Véronique on June 6 2012
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Arrivé en parfait état. La musique est aussi bonne que dans le film, mais je trouve les variations (haut et bas) de cette trame sonore est très intense. Évidemment, elle accompagne un film d'action, donc c'est normal que ça le soit, mais quand on veut laisser jouer le CD au complet, c'est presque mieux de le faire au gym...en tout cas, si vous n'êtes pas réveillés, vous allez l'être.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie Keim on May 29 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is an amazing CD! Pirates is one of my favorite movies and the music is what really makes it great. I am a huge fan of movie music and to me music can make or break a movie. In this case it really made it. I hadn't heard of Klaus Badelt before this movie but he did an amazing job. I wasn't surprised at all the see that it was overscored by Hans Zimmer. He is one of my favorite composers. All of his work is amazing. This music just brings the movie to life. What would the swordfight between Jack and Will be like without the awesome music? I highly recommend this CD if you liked the movie at all. It is wonderful!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie Kiefer on May 26 2004
Format: Audio CD
Once again I'm astounded by Pirates of the Caribbean. The music is wonderful to listen to and helps make the movie even more enjoyable. I would recommend this CD to anyone. Bravo Klaus Badelt and bring us more!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Olga on July 25 2003
Format: Audio CD
Having heard the tantalizing music in the movie there was no doubt in my mind that the soundtrack would be much enjoyed. Klaus Badelt deals very well with the whole score and it fits on a grandiose scale with the movie, exploring the rousing feeling the sea can awaken. It is a pity that the whole soundtrack runs a mere 44 minutes. From the first number to the last there is not one piece that does not contain within itself a passage that soars all on its own. It has the feel of the first Lord of the Rings score.
1. Fog Bound - The violin frolics in the beginning then transforms into an entirely foreboding tune and quite jarring, fitting perfectly into the very first scene of the movie with the uncertainty and subtle fear.
2. The Medallion Calls - Perfect introduction for a perfectly eccentric character. The music swells triumphantly and happily turning aside to mourn until rising again to display the whole glory of a very strange but befitting entrance.
3. The Black Pearl - The beginning is shadowy and suspicious rising into the theme of the daring escape from the hands of the Commodore. Uplifting and happily mocking to only turn foreboding once again.
4. Will and Elizabeth - Starts off with the same theme heard in the previous number it tracks our hero through the streets and, I believe, is witness to the extensive swordfight in the smithy. It turns desperate before dissolving.
5. Swords Crossed - Going from jarring to a fearful creep the music accompanies our first look at the cursed crew. The theme is repeated in other pieces where we come across the pirates.
6. Walk The Plank - Soft and deceptive, it makes a surprise turn for the violin and the theme of Jack's strange antics.
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By Gladwoman on Nov. 21 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
It's wonderful to see kids choosing this kind of music over mainstream music. This is a gift for my son who is in band. He loves this kind of rich full music. He learnt to play it as well and loves it. Thank you for bringing classical music to a younger generation.
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By WriterGrl on July 20 2007
Format: Audio CD
This is great music, though slightly repetitive, and tracks 5 and 10 are almost exactly the same. My favourite tracks are "The Medallion Calls", "Barbossa is Hungry", "Swords Crossed", "One Last Shot", and "He's a Pirate". However, there's a really big problem, not in the music but in the packaging and producing. All the tracks have the wrong names, and there's a rather funny goof that's become its own sort of legacy. They named the tracks for major events in the movie, but the track names are about one ahead of the music for the scene. The only one that has the right name is the first track, "Fog Bound". From then on, the names are just all wrong. The funniest thing is that the last track, "He's a Pirate", is the track that plays immediately after Jack Sparrow says "Drink up me hearties yo ho!" But in my opinion, the track "One Last Shot" should have been called "He's a Pirate" because the name is referring to when Elizabeth says of Will, "No, he's a pirate" and then they kiss and we see Jack swimming towards the Pearl. The track, "He's a Pirate", is pretty much Jack's theme and has been remixed several times on the second disc with that name, and so everyone thinks it's Jack's track and that the title is referring to him.
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