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How To Train Your Dragon (Music From the Motion Picture)

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Download links and information about How To Train Your Dragon (Music From the Motion Picture) by John Powell. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 25 tracks with total duration of 01:12:06 minutes.

Artist: John Powell
Release date: 2010
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 25
Duration: 01:12:06
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. This Is Berk (featuring Gavin Greenaway) 4:10
2. Dragon Battle (featuring Gavin Greenaway) 1:55
3. The Downed Dragon (featuring Gavin Greenaway) 4:16
4. Dragon Training (featuring Gavin Greenaway) 3:11
5. Wounded (featuring Gavin Greenaway) 1:25
6. The Dragon Book (featuring Gavin Greenaway) 2:22
7. Focus, Hiccup! (featuring Gavin Greenaway) 2:05
8. Forbidden Friendship (featuring Gavin Greenaway) 4:11
9. New Tail (featuring Gavin Greenaway) 2:48
10. See You Tomorrow (featuring Gavin Greenaway) 3:53
11. Test Drive (featuring Gavin Greenaway) 2:36
12. Not So Fireproof (featuring Gavin Greenaway) 1:12
13. This Time For Sure (featuring Gavin Greenaway) 0:43
14. Astrid Goes For a Spin (featuring Gavin Greenaway) 0:43
15. Romantic Flight (featuring Gavin Greenaway) 1:56
16. Dragon's Den (featuring Gavin Greenaway) 2:29
17. The Cove (featuring Gavin Greenaway) 1:10
18. The Kill Ring (featuring Gavin Greenaway) 4:29
19. Ready the Ships (featuring Gavin Greenaway) 5:14
20. Battling the Green Death (featuring Gavin Greenaway) 6:18
21. Counter Attack (featuring Gavin Greenaway) 3:05
22. Where's Hiccup? (featuring Gavin Greenaway) 2:44
23. Coming Back Around (featuring Gavin Greenaway) 2:51
24. Sticks & Stones (featuring Jónsi / Jonsi) 4:17
25. The Vikings Have Their Tea (featuring Gavin Greenaway) 2:03

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Released in 2009, How to Train Your Dragon is British composer John Powell's third consecutive animation score, following Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs and Bolt. With his use of bagpipes, fiddles, pennywhistles, and a military marching band, Powell incorporates a Celtic theme throughout the 25 classical instrumentals and vocal pieces, which include the emotionally stirring "Test Drive," the new age-influenced "Forbidden Friendship," and "Sticks and Stones," a track recorded by Sigur Rós' frontman Jónsi. ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi