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Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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Download links and information about Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Nicholas Hooper. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 28 tracks with total duration of 01:02:38 minutes.

Artist: Nicholas Hooper
Release date: 2010
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 28
Duration: 01:02:38
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Opening 2:54
2. In Noctem 2:00
3. The Story Begins 2:05
4. Ginny 1:30
5. Snape & the Unbreakable Vow 2:50
6. Wizard Wheezes 1:42
7. Dumbledore's Speech 1:31
8. Living Death 1:55
9. Into the Pensieve 1:45
10. The Book 1:44
11. Ron's Victory 1:44
12. Harry & Hermoine 2:52
13. School! 1:05
14. Malfoy's Mission 2:53
15. The Slug Party 2:11
16. Into the Rushes 2:33
17. Farewell Aragog 2:08
18. Dumbledore's Foreboding 1:18
19. Of Love & War 1:17
20. When Ginny Kissed Harry 2:38
21. Slughorn's Confession 3:33
22. Journey To the Cave 3:08
23. The Drink of Despair 2:44
24. Inferi in the Firestorm 1:53
25. The Killing of Dumbledore 3:34
26. Dumbledore's Farewell 2:22
27. The Friends 2:00
28. The Weasley Stomp 2:49

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Composer Nicholas Hooper infused the sixth film in the Harry Potter series with much of the same utilitarian weight and whimsy that drove his work on 2007's Order of the Phoenix. As the third composer to be brought in to the world of Hogwarts, Hooper deftly balanced John Williams' original themes with those of his own creation, a track he continued to stroll down for 2009's Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. Unlike its predecessor, the Half Blood Prince score is nearly bereft of any of Williams' or Patrick Doyle's themes. Hooper treats the transitory story to a rather transitory score, opting for atmosphere over memorable melodies, but while it may not be the most glamorous of Potter scores (that would belong to 2003's Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban), like the story itself, it certainly gets the job done.