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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (soundtrack)

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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (soundtrack)

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Film score by Patrick Doyle
Released 15 November 2005
Genre Soundtrack
Length 75:58
Label Warner/Sunset
Harry Potter chronology
Prisoner of Azkaban
(2004)
Goblet of Fire
(2005)
Order of the Phoenix
(2007)
Professional ratings
Review scores
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AllMusic
Empire
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Movie Music UK
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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack was released on 15 November 2005. The film's score was not composed by John Williams as were the previous three films, but by Patrick Doyle. This was done because Williams reported having certain schedule problems, as he scored music for 2005's Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, Memoirs of a Geisha, Munich, and Steven Spielberg's remake of War of the Worlds.

The music was performed by the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by James Shearman, and included three main new themes: one to represent the Triwizard Tournament, one to represent Lord Voldemort, and one to represent Harry Potter's crush on Cho Chang. It also features an ominous reprisal of the familiar "Hedwig's Theme". A prominent minor theme is presented in "The Death of Cedric".[1] The soundtrack entered the Billboard 200 at position eighty, and also charted at four on the Top Soundtracks Chart.[2]

Track listing

Original tracklist
No. Title Length
1. "The Story Continues"   1:31
2. "Frank Dies"   2:12
3. "The Quidditch World Cup"   1:52
4. "The Dark Mark"   3:27
5. "Foreign Visitors Arrive"   1:30
6. "The Goblet of Fire"   3:23
7. "Rita Skeeter"   1:42
8. "Sirius Fire"   2:00
9. "Harry Sees Dragons"   1:54
10. "Golden Egg"   6:10
11. "Neville's Waltz"   2:11
12. "Harry in Winter"   2:56
13. "Potter Waltz"   2:19
14. "Underwater Secrets[3][4]"   2:28
15. "The Black Lake"   4:38
16. "Hogwarts' March"   2:47
17. "The Maze"   4:44
18. "Voldemort"   9:39
19. "Death of Cedric"   1:59
20. "Another Year Ends"   2:21
21. "Hogwarts' Hymn"   2:59
22. "Do the Hippogriff[5]"   3:39
23. "This Is the Night[5]"   3:24
24. "Magic Works[5]"   4:02
Total length:
75:48

Notes

  1. ^ Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire soundtrack review at Filmtracks.com
  2. ^ Trust, Gary (24 November 2010). "Weekly Chart Notes: Rihanna, Gwyneth Paltrow, the Beatles".  
  3. ^ This track is by Abigail Doyle (daughter of Patrick Doyle), who sings the mermaid's riddle.
  4. ^ This track also features lyrics unheard in the movie, but they were featured in the book.
  5. ^ a b c Tracks 22-24 were not composed by Patrick Doyle. These are the songs playing during the Yule Ball scene when The Weird Sisters band came out and played. "Do the Hippogriff" was composed by Jarvis Cocker and Jason Buckle, while "This Is the Night" and "Magic Works" were composed by Cocker. The Yule Ball theme comes from Symphony No. 3 by Samuel Wesley

External links

  • Official website
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