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Music from the 'How to Train Your Dragon' Trilogy

Music from the 'How to Train Your Dragon' Trilogy

Silva Screen (SILED1602)

Release Date: July 19, 2019

Performed by
London Music Works

Format: Digital

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Track Listing

1. This is Berk (From "How to Train Your Dragon")
2. Forbidden Friendship (From "How to Train Your Dragon")
3. Test Drive (From "How to Train Your Dragon")
4. Romantic Flight (From "How to Train Your Dragon")
5. Coming Back Around (From "How to Train Your Dragon")
6. Dragon Racing (From "How to Train Your Dragon 2")
7. Flying with Mother (From "How to Train Your Dragon 2")
8. Hiccup and Valka (From "How to Train Your Dragon 2")
9. Stoicks Ship (From "How to Train Your Dragon 2")
10. Toothless Found (From "How to Train Your Dragon 2")
11. Two New Alphas (From "How to Train Your Dragon 2")
12. Legend Has It Cliffside Playtime (From "How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World")
13. As Long As He's Safe (From "How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World")
14. Once There Were Dragons (From "How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World")
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Based on Cressida Cowell's popular children's book, set in a mystical Viking world, the animated trilogy follows the story of teenager Hiccup, and dragon Toothless. Aspiring to be a dragon slayer, Hiccup captures his first dragon, but instead of killing Toothless, he befriends him. This rousing epic mixes comedy, touching moments and action sequences and John Powell's masterful score perfectly complements it. The trilogy proved to be both a critical and commercial success, grossing $1.6 billion worldwide.

In How To Train Your Dragon series, John Powell relies on the tradition of Wagnerian leitmotifs. The themes representing different characters, concepts and locations are spread across the trilogy and are varied and developed, orchestrated in different ways. Often, the tempos and moods change and the themes play in counterpoint to one another.

On this album, London Music Works skilfully brings together a selection of the very best themes from Powell's consummate and game-changing animation score.

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