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The Chronicles of Narnia (Special Edition) soundtrack


The Chronicles of Narnia (Special Edition) (2005)
 
Product detail
Format: CD/DVD
UPC: 05008613737
Label: Disney
Label number: 861373
Running time: not on file
Shipping date: December 13th, 2005
Original score by Harry Gregson-Williams
 
Product availability
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Album Tracklist
1. The Blitz, 1940 [2:32]
2. Evacuating London [3:38]
3. The Wardrobe [2:54]
4. Lucy Meets Mr. Tumnus [4:10]
5. A Narnia Lullaby [1:12]
...see complete tracklist
Music from the movie not on this soundtrack CD
Here Comes The King (Drums) - X-Ray Dog (trailer song) 
The Black Legend - Richard Friedman (trailer song) 
The Map - James Newton Howard (trailer song)  (found on the Treasure Planet soundtrack CD)

Add more missing songs to this list, or tell us in what scenes these songs are heard or where they can be found.
 
Additional soundtrack info
Includes a 40-page collectible souvenir booklet filled with film imagery, liner notes by director Andrew Adamson and quotes from Gregson-Williams. Bonus DVD includes a Film Art Gallery, Concept Art Gallery, the Theatrical Trailer, Behind the Magic of Narnia: Featuring the Score with Harry Gregson-Williams, and Music Inspired by the Film. The latter features interviews and song samples from the "Inspired by" album, featuring Steven Curtis Chapman, Jeremy Camp, Bethany Dillon, TobyMac, Nichole Nordeman, Jars of Clay.

Soundtrack Q & A
Q: What is the song heard as the children were playiing hide and seek? It is not in the list of songs on the album. It's a 40's war song. Thanks. (from cassie in California)
A: Hello Cassie from California. The song you're interested in is called "Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh," and it's by the Andrews Sisters. Hope this is helpful. (thanks to Nick J, Leeds, West Yorkshire, Englandadd more info

Q: Whats the name of the song playing when the kids are on the train leaving from London? There's a woman's voice singing. (from Mikey729 in Brooklyn, NY)
A: It's part of the original score and can be heard in "Evacuating London" on the CD. (thanks to OSTfan, Burlingameadd more info

Q: Are there lyrics to the sound track where Lucy meets Mr. Tumnus? (from Queen in South Africa)
A: Track 4 ("Lucy Meets Mr. Tumnus") has no lyrics/words. It is original score. (thanks to TigerC10, Austin, TXadd more info

Q: What's the song playing at the beginning of the movie when they're on the train? (from Ashley in canada)
A: It's part of the original score and can be heard in "Evacuating London" on the CD. (thanks to SoundtrackDejaVuadd more info

Q: In the "Evacuating London" track there is a woman singing; is she singing any particular words or just musical sounds? (from Audy in America)
A: It's specific words, she sings:
One breath for all 
beneath the wall 
(Feel this, Feel This) 

One breath for all 
so tender 
(Feel this, Feel This) 
tender 

(Feel this, Feel This) 
One breath for all 
so tender 
Feel this, Feel This, Feel This 
tender
(thanks to Grecia, México Cityadd more info

Q: Why is the "Oh, Johnny" song in the movie, but not on the soundtrack?
...from Audy in America (answer Audy's question)

Q: Who is singing in the song "Evacuating London"?
...from Eeynah in United states (answer Eeynah's question)


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