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Voldemort's theme; hear me out on this
• Posted by: Mark   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, September 1, 2003, at 7:53 p.m.
• IP Address: 165.134.188.88

I know that everyone talks about Voldemort's theme being those 3 notes you hear repeated in "Meeting Tom Riddle" at the end, and I used to think of that as Voldemort's theme too, even though I've never heard John Williams actually say it. The thing is, you hear it in so many non-Voldemort parts too, like when Harry opens the vault at Gringott's in "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" and a few other parts too. Does anyone else think that maybe Voldemort is better personified by (and I know this should be on "The Sourcerer's Stone" page) track 17; "The Face of Voldemort;" on the original soundtrack. It starts at 1:55 and goes to 2:15. This tune is exclusive to Voldemort scenes, and while it doesn't have the power of the 3 notes everyone talks about, it is certainly more evil. Anyone else think so, or am I crazy?




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