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Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure - Original Score

Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure - Original Score

Intrada (D002115502)

Release Date: February 2, 2015

Conducted by Joel McNeely

Format: CD

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1. Tapestry
2. If You Believe / Main Title (Performed by Lisa Kelly of Celtic Woman)
3. Pixie Dust Factory
4. Where Are You Off To?
5. Pixie Dust Express
6. The Hall of Scepters
7. Maybe I Can Help
8. The Fireworks Launcher
9. The Finishing Touch / I Had a Fight with Tink
10. Fairy Tale Theatre (Performed by Grey DeLisle and Julie Garnyé)
11. Tink Sails Away
12. Tink Tries for More Pixie Dust
13. I'm On My Own
14. Sailing Further North
15. Blaze the Stowaway
16. I'll Take First Watch
17. The Lost Island
18. Tink Finds the Arch
19. Troll Bridge Toll Bridge
20. The Ship That Sunk
21. Searching the Ship
22. They Find the Mirror of Encanta
23. I Was Wrong
24. Rat Attack
25. I Can't Do This Without You
26. Presenting the Autumn Scepter
27. Our Finest Revelry Ever
28. If You Believe, Part 2 (Performed by Lisa Kelly of Celtic Woman)
29. The Gift of a Friend (Performed by Demi Lovato)
30. Where the Sunbeams Play (Performed by Méav Ni Mhalchatha)
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From the Manufacturer

For the 2009 sequel, Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure, composer Joel McNeely returns to the helm as the series composer, composing a large-scale score for massive orchestra performed by Hollywood's finest, plus chorus, Celtic violinist and ethnic woodwinds (performed by McNeely himself).

A song album was initially released in 2009, but did not feature any of McNeely's score. This releases focuses primarily on the epic, soaring and rambunctious score, but also includes several of the film's vocals, including If You Believe, Fairy Tale Theatre, The Gift of a Friend, and Where the Sunbeam Plays.

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