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Great Stuff

I'm not a big fan of Harry Potter, but after listening to the soundtrack, he's gone up in my books! Patrick Doyle has created some wonderful stuff, especially Harry In Winter. Overall a refreshing listen.

Amazing Film, Amazing Soundtrack!

I was crazy enough to book into a midnight showing of Goblet of Fire on the day it was released. While passing time I decided to download the Soundtrack, which prepared me for that moment when you first here the 'Harry Potter Theme Music'. The last thing I expected was a change from John Williams as the Composer, but Patrick Doyle has done a brilliant job. I would even go as far as to say that he has done better than Williams could have in this film. "The Story Continues" is a fantastic way of opening the film; it contains part of the melody from the original theme music, but puts a dark eerie twist on it, which suits the film perfectly. Then there is ‘The Dark Mark’, ‘Neville’s Waltz’, ‘Harry in Winter’, ‘Cedric Dies’…. ok all of them! Don’t bother downloading just one song, you need the whole album!! Great Stuff!

Everything it should be...

A very satisfying listen - sometimes rousing, more often sad, just like the film itself. I love the classical side to the soundtrack, but, unlike many other reviewers, I actually bought this album specifically for the 'Weird Sisters' tracks at the end - Jarvis Cocker and friends seemed to be having such a great time hamming it up in the Yule Ball sequence, and it's all done with a knowing sense of humour. Good on them!


Born: 1953

Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Scottish composer and actor Patrick Doyle has written music for and appeared in several of Kenneth Branagh's films. Before coming to films, Doyle received his education at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow. In 1981, he appeared in his debut feature, Chariots of Fire (1981). He began his association with Branagh in 1987 when he joined the Renaissance Theatre Company. There Doyle composed music, served as musical director and acted...
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