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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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Give it time to sink in...

Many Potter-lovers have noted that Doyle's score is a departure from William's inspired efforts for the first three films. Yet isn't Goblet in itself a "parting of the ways" from the previous storylines? With a sinister and more prodding touch, Doyle has captured the essence of Goblet - fearful anxiety and unwelcome change. It is in the fourth movie that Harry's storied past veers off course into unchartered territory, and Doyle employs a multitude of fresh motifs and lush passages to communicate this divergence. Admittedly, the rock/pop offerings (though not of Doyle's creation) don't stand up on their own musically, but on-screen appearances from Radiohead mates Johnny Greenwood and Phil Selway can't hurt the film's pop culture appeal. Ultimately, Doyle's sparse nods to William's celebrated themes (e.g. Hedwig) represent a quick glance to Harry's past, but for the most part this soundtrack propels us into Potter's inevitable future.

Nice...but doesn't match John Williams

This is a good album but it doesn't even come close to the masterpiece of the first three films done by John Williams. I was dissappointed that "Hedwig's Theme" was only heard briefly in two of the songs. It seems to me a bit selfish that this new composer Patrick Doyle didn't incorporate the theme more throughout the score (considering it is Harry Potter's trademark theme). Other than that, I think the music is pretty good. I especially liked "Harry In Winter", "Potter Waltz", "Death of Cedric", "Quidditch World Cup", and "Underwater Secrets". I highly recommend those songs.

This is a great soundtrack, highly recommended.

I just went and saw 'Goblet of Fire,' and the music really brings out the movie, which is why I bought this. I love listening to this because it is so mysterious, beautiful, and creepy all at the same time. 'Harry In Winter' followed by 'Potter Waltz' are a fantastic combination and makes me want to become a conductor or something. Patrick Doyle does a fantastic job, and I hope he continues with the next movie.


Born: 1953

Genre: Soundtrack

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

Patrick Doyle is a Scottish composer and, more sporadically, actor most associated with symphonic music for literary film adaptations, including many by actor/director Kenneth Branagh. An alumnus of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, Doyle's first feature film was Branagh's own 1989 breakthrough with an adaptation of Shakespeare's Henry V. They soon reunited for films such as the 1991 thriller Dead Again, 1993's Much Ado About Nothing, and the following year's Mary Shelley's Frankenstein....
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