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==Full list of appearances==
 
==Full list of appearances==
''Dumbledore's theme'' can be heard on the tracks "''[[In Noctem]]''", "''Dumbledores Speech''", and "''Dumbledore's Foreboding''". A much more powerful variation of the theme can be heard on the track "''Journey to the Cave''". A slower, more emotional variation based on the opening line of ''"In Noctem"'' is heard in'' "Opening''" and ''"Dumbledore's Farewell"''. In ''Deathly Hallows part 2, ''composer'' ''[[Alexandre Desplat]] included Nicholas'' ''Hooper's'' "Dumbledore's Farewell"'' just after the track "Severus and Lily" as harry views Snape's morories in the pensieve.
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''Dumbledore's theme'' can be heard on the tracks "''[[In Noctem]]''", "''Dumbledore's Speech''", and "''Dumbledore's Foreboding''". A much more powerful variation of the theme can be heard on the track "''Journey to the Cave''". A slower, more emotional variation based on the opening line of ''"In Noctem"'' is heard in'' "Opening''" and ''"Dumbledore's Farewell"''. In ''Deathly Hallows: Part 2, ''composer'' ''[[Alexandre Desplat]] included Nicholas'' ''Hooper's'' "Dumbledore's Farewell"'' just after the track "''Severus and Lily''" as Harry views Snape's memories in the pensieve.
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==

Latest revision as of 02:04, April 19, 2012

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Dumbledore's theme
Release information
Composer

Nicholas Hooper

Genre

A subtle choral piece

"Dumbledore's theme" is a subtle choral piece played whenever Dumbledore is present. It first appears in the sixth soundtrack.

Full list of appearancesEdit

Dumbledore's theme can be heard on the tracks "In Noctem", "Dumbledore's Speech", and "Dumbledore's Foreboding". A much more powerful variation of the theme can be heard on the track "Journey to the Cave". A slower, more emotional variation based on the opening line of "In Noctem" is heard in "Opening" and "Dumbledore's Farewell". In Deathly Hallows: Part 2, composer Alexandre Desplat included Nicholas Hooper's "Dumbledore's Farewell" just after the track "Severus and Lily" as Harry views Snape's memories in the pensieve.

AppearancesEdit

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