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Tinker Bell - Original Score

Tinker Bell - Original Score

Intrada (D001892602)

Release Date: July 22, 2013

Conducted by Joel McNeely

Performed by
Loreena McKennitt, Selena Gomez

Format: CD

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1. Prologue
2. To the Fairies They Draw Near Hear This Track (Lorena McKennitt)
3. A Child's Laughter / Flight to Pixie Hollow Hear This Track
4. Choosing a Talent Hear This Track
5. Tink Tours Pixie Hollow
6. Welcome to Tinker's Nook
7. Tinker Bell's New Home
8. Tink Meets the Other Fairies
9. The Lost Things Theme Hear This Track
10. Tink Meets Vidia and Finds Lost Things Hear This Track
11. Tinkering
12. Your Place is Here
13. Making Things
14. Tink Tries to be a Light Fairy Hear This Track
15. Teaching a Baby Bird to Fly
16. Hawk! Hear This Track
17. Tink Finds the Magic Box
18. Searching for Answers
19. Sprinting Thistles Hear This Track
20. Tink Feels Lost
21. Spring is Ruined
22. Rebuilding Spring Hear This Track
23. The Music Box Restored
24. To the Fairies They Draw Near Part 2 (Lorena McKennitt)
25. Tink Meets Wendy
26. Fly to Your Heart (Selena Gomez)
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For the 2008 Disney animated feature Tinker Bell, composer Joel McNeely developed three primary thremes–one for Tinker Bell herself, a rollicking theme that easily communicated her strong, yet playful nature. The second is a melody for the fairies overall, a chameleon like theme that could be a solemn anthem, a playful romp or boldly heroic. Finally, a theme for the lost things that Tink collects, representing her yearning to discover life beyond the borders of Pixie Hollow, rounds out the thematic profile of the score. McNeely also chose a Celtic sound to give the score its exotic, magical edge along with the mystical sound of a children's choir. And perhaps even more unusual, he incorporated the sounds of frogs, birds, crickets, water droplets and more to create a subtext of nature that runs through the story.

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