With the Harry Potter film series now complete, Alfred Music and Warner Bros. Entertainment are proud to present a piano sheet music collection that features musical selections from the eight epic films together in one beautifully produced collectible volume. For the first time ever, 43 sheet music selections by John Williams, Patrick Doyle, Nicholas Hooper, and Alexandre Desplat are collected along with eight pages of color stills from The Sorcerer's Stone to The Deathly Hallows, Part 2. These pieces have been arranged in traditional five-finger style, with the melody split between the hands, and without key signatures in the solo part. Dotted quarter notes, triplets, and sixteenth notes have been avoided. Optional duet accompaniments create a fuller, richer musical experience. Titles: At the Burrow * Double Trouble * Dumbledore's Army * Dumbledore's Farewell * Farewell Aragog * Farewell to Dobby * Fireworks * The Friends * Ginny * Godric's Hollow Graveyard * Hagrid the Professor * Harry and Ginny * Harry and Hermione * Harry in Winter * Harry's Sacrifice * Harry's Wondrous World * Hedwig's Theme * Hogwarts Forever! * Hogwarts Hymn * Hogwarts March * In Noctem * Lily's Lullaby * Lily's Theme * Lovegood * Neville the Hero * Neville's Waltz * A New Beginning * Nimbus 2000 * Obliviate * Polyjuice Potion * Potter Waltz * The Quidditch World Cup (The Irish) * Ron Leaves * Ron's Speech * Severus and Lily * Slughorn's Confession * Snape to Malfoy Manor * Statues * This Is the Night * Voldemort * The Weasley Stomp * When Ginny Kissed Harry * Wizard Wheezes.
|Product dimensions:||8.90(w) x 11.70(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
John Williams (1922-1994) was born and raised in northeast Texas. Despite a talent for writing and acting, Williams flunked out of a local junior college after his first year. He reluctantly joined the war effort, enlisting in the Army Air Corps, and managing to write a draft of his first novel while there. Once home, Williams found a small publisher for the novel and enrolled at the University of Denver, where he was eventually to receive both his B.A. and M.A., and where he was to return as an instructor in 1954.