Just a week ago the film of this
very same title of this CD was officially launched after much fanfare,
glitz and glam of the who’s
who of this industry at the popular heritage precinct Trafalgar Square.
However, my initial plan right here is to review the musical side of
things that is in connection with Harry Potter & Deathly Hallows
Part which has its own special disc that was released sometime around
last week on the 12th of July 2011. This Motion Soundtrack
CD of this 2011 film of the same name was exceptionally written and
conducted by the French film composer Alexandre Desplat and we really
cannot complain but be humbled by his work he did right here on this
compilation of the soundtracks. in an interview with Film Music
Magazine, Desplat stated that scoring Part 2 is "a great challenge" and
that he has "a lot of expectations to fulfill and a great deal of work"
ahead of him. Desplat started writing the music in early 2011 and
finished recording with orchestrator Conrad Pope and the London Symphony
Orchestra on 27 May 2011 at Abbey Road Studios, as stated on Pope's
official Facebook page. Moreover if by the way you were one of the
fortunate few who have already seen the film, will be glad to comprehend
that there are
several tracks included from previous Harry Potter films: a variant
of Hedwig's Theme played when Harry and Ron receive punishment in Harry
Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (used in this film when Harry, Ron and
Hermione meet again with their friends in the Room of
Requirement), Dumbledore's Farewell composed by Nicholas Hooper (during
the Snape's Memories sequence), Leaving Hogwarts composed by John
Williams (for the Epilogue) and the suite of Hedwig's Theme for the end
None of these cues appear in the soundtrack. Also, Alexandre Desplat admitted to have used Williams' theme more times than in Part 1: "Well, we all know there's one theme, which has become iconic, "Hedwig's Theme" from John Williams. This theme is crucial to the success of the story, and it would have been disrespectful and stupid for me not to use it at the crucial moments where we need to refer to these ten years of friendships that we've all had with these characters and kids, so "Hedwig's Theme" does reoccur a lot more in Part 1 where loss of innocence was the main theme of the film, retorts the composer himself.
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