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Patrick Doyle: Walt Disney's Cinderella [Original Soundtrack] *

Track List

>Walt Disney's Cinderella: A Golden Childhood
>Walt Disney's Cinderella: The Great Secret
>Walt Disney's Cinderella: A New Family
>Walt Disney's Cinderella: Life and Laughter
>Walt Disney's Cinderella: The First Branch
>Walt Disney's Cinderella: Nice and Airy
>Walt Disney's Cinderella: Orphaned
>Walt Disney's Cinderella: The Stag
>Walt Disney's Cinderella: Rich Beyond Reason
>Walt Disney's Cinderella: Fairy Godmother
>Walt Disney's Cinderella: Pumpkins and Mice
>Walt Disney's Cinderella: You Shall Go
>Walt Disney's Cinderella: Valse Royale
>Walt Disney's Cinderella: Who Is She
>Walt Disney's Cinderella: La Valse De L'Amour
>Walt Disney's Cinderella: La Valse Champagne
>Walt Disney's Cinderella: La Polka Militaire
>Walt Disney's Cinderella: La Polka de Paris
>Walt Disney's Cinderella: A Secret Garden
>Walt Disney's Cinderella: La Polka de Minuit
>Walt Disney's Cinderella: Choose That One
>Walt Disney's Cinderella: Pumpkin Pursuit
>Walt Disney's Cinderella: The Slipper
>Walt Disney's Cinderella: Shattered Dreams
>Walt Disney's Cinderella: Searching the Kingdom
>Walt Disney's Cinderella: Ella and Kit
>Walt Disney's Cinderella: Courage and Kindness
>Strong
>A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes
>Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo (The Magic Song)

Album Notes

Personnel: Martin Higgins, Alex Redfern (midi).

Patrick Doyle's romantic orchestral score for Disney's Kenneth Branagh-directed live-action version of Cinderella marks the pair's 11th film collaboration. The warm, optimistic music, performed by the London Symphony Orchestra, offers multiple walzes and polkas, including the elegant "La Valse de l'Amour," during which Ella charms her prince at the ball. Listeners may recognize the traditional folk song "Lavender's Blue," which is used thematically in the score to represent Ella's mother. The soundtrack also includes three songs: the end-credits ballad "Strong," written by Doyle and performed by Sonna Rele, and two songs from the classic 1950 animated version in "A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes," sung here by title-role actress Lily James, and "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo (The Magic Song)" by Helena Bonham Carter's Fairy Godmother. ~ Marcy Donelson



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