Harry Potter music part 1

Through the Harry Potter movies there is amazing acting, fantastic set designers, and brillant Directors and producers. But also through out the series there is some great, heart-warming music.

Hedwig’s theme This is played almost every beginning of a Harry Potter movie. You could say it was the Harry Potter theme song.

Double Trouble This is a song which Hogwarts choir sing at the beginning of Harry potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, at the beginning of term feast.

Fireworks This song appears in Harry Potter and the Order of the Pheonix, when Fred and George Weasley leaving Hogwarts. They set off fireworks in the castle. they keep throwing more and more fireworks while zooming around on their broomsticks. At the end, before they fly off out of the castle they set a firework dragon on Umbridge. She really deserved it!  

Fawkes is reborn This song is in the end of Harry Potter and the Chamber of secrets. Harry see’s Fawkes being reborn from ashes the day that he goes into the Chamber of secrets. Fawkes [the pheonix] rescues Harry by: Giving him the sorting hat that later gives Harry the Godric Gryffindor sword, He also blinds the Basilisk so he can’t see where Harry is. 

Dumbledore’s Army  This comes in Harry Potter and the Order Of the Pheonix, When Dumbledore’s Army are practising Patronous charms. This is one of my favourite Hogwarts moment. 

A window to the Past This appears twice in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. First when Harry is talking to Professor Lupin on the bridge, and secondly before Sirius leaves with buckbeak and he says good bye to Harry.

Harry In Winter I think this appears in Harry potter and the Goblet of Fire during the Yule ball.It sounds so magical and wintery, One of my favourites. 

Buckbeak’s Flight This comes in Harry Potter and the Prisoner Of Azkaban, When Harry rides Buckbeak the hippigriff over Hogwarts beautiful, breath-taking grounds.


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