Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II

WOW!! "Harry Potter makes box-office magic for the last time" as reported by Grady Smith in EW News. The last book made into a movie has again, broken box office records. It holds the record for highest single day gross, highest domestic opening weekend ( $169M) and highest global opening weekend ($478M). All total, the movie has earned $545M in just four days.

The soundtrack for Deathly Hallows was released on June 16, 2011. The music was composed by Alexandre Desplat and performed by the London Symphony Orchestra. Mr Desplat wrote the music in early 2011 and they performed it with the LSO in May. Desplat is the fourth composer to write music for a Harry Potter movie. The iconic Hedwig's Theme by John Williams is used in all of the films and will probably be one of the most popular pieces of music from a movie soundtrack in this century. This music has been used for ring tones, arranged for every instrument and ensemble, and has a melody that can be remembered and hummed. We have many arrangements of Hedwig's Theme sheet music...

And sheet music from Harry Potter Deathly Hallows Part 1!


1 comment:

Sverige said...

Loved this movie, made me laugh and made me cry...a great ending to the potter movies. Wonderful visuals, acting, and special effects. A great Harry vs. Voldemort movie

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