Continuing the previous posts, more of my favourite soundtracks to follow!
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
Not the best of movies, but a truly superb soundtrack by Harry Gregson-Williams, who also did titles such as Kingdom of Heaven, Team America, Shrek, Chicken Run and video games such as CoD4: MW.
My favourite piece from the soundtrack is below:
Dragon Age: Origins
Between Leliana's Song and the title theme (Dragon Age: Origins)
An especially haunting melody can be heard in many of the tracks on this soundtrack, and if you've seen the film they have a much more saddening grip on you.
Howl's Moving Castle / Spirited Away
If you've seen any of Studio Ghibli's films, it is hard to forget Joe Hisaishi's wonderful accompanying soundtracks.
Possibly one of the most iconic themes to be composed by John Williams, along with Star Wars, Indiana Jones and Jurassic Park, Hedwig's Theme from Harry Potter is another unforgettable tune that will last through the ages.
Composed by Michael Giacchine, creator of soundtracks for Lost, Alias, Call of Duty, Medal of Honor, Missin: Impossible III, Star Trek, Ratatouille and Up, The Incredibles soundtrack is a truly wonderful jazz influenced set.
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
Another unforgettable set, Koji Kondo marvellously created a collection of scores that are forever etched into the brains of generations who spent many hours exploring the world of Hyrule in this game. The songs of the Ocarina were so simple they were brilliant and who could resist the Song of Storms?
Part 3 coming soon!