Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

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19 tracks
Running time
70:42

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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Prologue 1:24 72,883
2 Harry's Wondrous World 4:59 42,305
3 The Arrival of Baby Harry 3:03 28,071
4 Visit to the Zoo and Letters From Hogwarts 3:22 12,940
5 Diagon Alley and the Gringotts Vault 4:06 16,245
6 Platform Nine-And-Three-Quarters and the Journey to Hogwarts 3:14 11,798
7 Entry Into the Great Hall and the Banquet 3:42 16,396
8 Mr. Longbottom Flies 3:35 23,305
9 Hogwarts Forever! And the Moving Stairs 3:46 11,119
10 The Norwegian Ridgeback and a Change of Season 3:39 14,288
11 The Quidditch Match 8:28 19,924
12 Christmas at Hogwarts 2:56 28,210
13 The Invisibility Cloak and the Library Scene 3:01 12,374
14 Fluffy's Harp 3:54 19,041
15 In the Devil's Snare and the Flying Keys 2:20 11,773
16 The Chess Game 3:24 19,201
17 The Face of Voldemort 3:42 18,414
18 Leaving Hogwarts 3:03 26,122
19 Hedwig's Theme 5:04 88,985

About this album

The soundtrack to Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (or Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone in the United States, India, and Pakistan) was released on 30 October 2001. The film’s score was composed and conducted by John Williams. The soundtrack was nominated for Best Original Score at the 74th Academy Awards. The film introduces many character-specific themes (leitmotifs) that are used in at least one sequel as well, although most of the themes are only used again in Chamber of Secrets. These themes include two themes for Voldemort, two themes for Hogwarts, a Diagon Alley theme, a Quidditch theme, a flying theme, a friendship theme, and the main theme (“Hedwig’s Theme”). This main theme can be found in all of the films although not usually in its unaltered state. The soundtrack was certified gold in Canada (50,000 units) by the Canadian Recording Industry Association on 14 December 2001. It was also certified gold in Japan for 100,000 units by the RIAJ.

The soundtrack was performed at Air Lyndhurst Studios and Abbey Road Studios in London. It entered the Billboard 200 at No. 48, and also charted at No. 2 on the Top Soundtracks Chart.

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