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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Enhanced, Soundtrack

4.8 out of 5 stars 85 customer reviews

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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 85 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #5,350 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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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
See all 21 tracks on this disc

Product Description

Oscar and Grammy Award winning composer John William returns with an enchanted score inspired by the magic of the blockbuster Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban. Always a hit with fans of the enormously successful Harry Potter films, as well as fans of John Williams -- one of the most popular and successful American orchestral composers of the modern age.

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By A Customer on July 3 2004
Format: Audio CD
This has got to be the best Harry Potter soundtrack ever! As a few other reviewers have said, Prisoner of Azkaban is one of the darkest of the books in the Harry Potter series and a lot of the songs really convey that well.
My favorite track is #6 Buckbeak's Flight. To me, it has this powerful sound to it and listening to it makes me feel peaceful. This song is played in the movie when Harry is flying on the Hippogriff Buckbeak for the first time. The entire scene is powerful (and made more so by the song) and I think it was a way for Harry to escape his troubles, if only for a few moments. In PoA, that is definitely something Harry needs.
I would usually give each track a rating and an explanation of why I gave it that certain rating, but it is currently three in the morning and I'm sleepy! Lol. Otherwise, I give each track the same rating, a 10/10, with the exception of track 6, which deserves an even higher rating! I can 99.9% guarantee that you will not regret purchasing this soundtrack!
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By A Customer on May 28 2004
Format: Audio CD
after the legendary composer john towner williams composed two j.k rowlings best selling book adaption of the popular harry potter films, it appears that the third book to movie installment the prisoner of azkaban john williams is able to push his orchestral compostion for the third book to film to its limits, it begins with the famous hedwig's theme on the first track which is also labled lumos fortunitly hedwig's theme is givin a revamped from the first two harry potter scores the version seem less playful then the first two which indicates that the third year at hogwarts school of witchcraft and wizardry for the boy who lived harry potter will be much more dangerious and suspensful then harry potter ever encounterd until goblet of fire that is, to make it short the highlights of the score is double trouble and a window to the past,
so overall if your a williams fan, harry potter fan, classical music fan, or your a person who wants good music will no dought pick up this wicked soundtrack as ron weasly would say until then ESPECTO PATRONUM !!!!!!!
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I love listening to soundtracks-they're my favorite form of music, especially when they are from excellent movies like Harry Potter. The best soundtracks, IMHO, invoke the corresponding bits and scenes of the movie. So it is, at times, a bit irritating when tracks are out of order with the events of the movie, such as in this soundtrack. (ie. the Whomping Willow music occurs much later than track 8) John William's third installment in the HP movie series is dynamic and masterful-displaying the Hogwarts and story we know and love, but with more thematic variations and different melodies than the scores of the first two movies. I was disappointed that Lupin's phonograph music wasn't on the soundtrack, but I guess I shouldn't have expected it to be. Here are descriptions of some of my favorite tracks:
Lumos! (Hedwig's Theme) is the theme we all know-a bit of nostalgia for the beginning of the soundtrack. The last track, Mischief Managed!, also starts with a recurring theme, and is a compilation of most of the other tracks, including Double Trouble, A Window to the Past, Buckbeak's Flight, and ends with Aunt Marge's Waltz.
Aunt Marge's Waltz is a little strange, but humorous. The Knight Bus is the craziest and most surprising track is you haven't listened to it before-it sounds like something straight out of a musical about a carnival. It is, though, very catchy and entertaining- one of my favorite tracks. Double Trouble, the most widely known theme, provides a solid base for theme of the other tracks, but it would've been nice if they included the lyrics with the pull out (but dedicated fans can find them rearranged in Act 4 of Macbeth).
I absolutely love Buckbeak's Flight (6) and A Window to the Past (7).
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This is by far one of the best scores I have ever heard. Lumos! (Hedwig's Theme) is an older favorite, but a litte bit of an extra spin on it, making it even more enjoyable. "Aunt Marge's Waltz" is enough to make me laugh out loud, which says a lot considering it's only an orchestralsuite. "The Knight Bus" is eccentric and wild, but extremely fun. "Double Trouble" is most likely the most recognizable track, and has more of a medieval touch to it, but is a fantastic track. "Buckbeak's Flight" is tied for my favorite. It's sort of like the Fawkes number from the second movie to the third one, but less singable. It's simply beautiful. "A Window to the Past" is equally beautiful, and these two tracks alone were enough to make me want this CD. "The Whomping Willow and the Snowball Fight" is also very fun, and "The Portrait Gallery" and "Hagrid the Proffessor" are cute shorter pieces. The "Finale" and "Mischief Managed" are also spectacular pieces.
Overall, this is an amazing soundtrack and highly reccommended to everyone!
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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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