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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
(2001)
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2001 Warner
2002 Bootleg (Sample)
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Composed, Conducted, and Produced by:

Notable Performances by:
Marcia Crayford
Randy Kerber
The London Voices

Orchestrated by:
Eddie Karam
Conrad Pope
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LABELS & RELEASE DATES
Warner Sunset Records
(October 30th, 2001)

Bootleg
(2002)
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ALBUM AVAILABILITY
Regular U.S. release. The international release, and the one in Europe more specifically, was produced under the foreign name of the film, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (for reasons ranging from the original name of the book to the perceptions of what a "sorcerer" is and, unfortunately, to the ever popular reports that angry Christian groups took their protest of the book to the name of the big screen adaptation).

The foreign version is a 2CD product, though only one of the CDs has John Williams music, and that material is identical to what you hear on the American release. The second CD only contains multimedia.

The "special first edition" pressing of the American album contained a little card inside the packaging that had a potentially winning number on it (you had to log on to the official soundtrack site before February 1st, 2002 to see if you had won). With a winning number, you could have won books, binders, Game Boy related software, or even, of all things, Harry Potter Lego bricks. None of the copies in Filmtracks' possession had a winning number, but for all you other non-winners (i.e. lovable losers) out there, you had the option of filling out a form at that site for a second chance. No odds of winning were given, of course, so your effort was probably futile.

The expanded bootlegs circulating around the secondary market starting in 2002 often contain different contents, but all exist on two CDs.
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AWARDS
Nominated for an Academy Award and a Grammy Award.
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