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Re: Voldemort's Theme *Minor Spoiler*
• Posted by: kurt   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, October 3, 2003, at 11:15 a.m.
• IP Address: user-38lc545.dialup.mindspring.com
• In Response to: Voldemort's Theme *Minor Spoiler* (Zephros)

> I agree with you completely.
I always considered the three note music
> to be the 'Mystery Theme' or 'Suspense or Tense Moment Theme'. We hear it
> far too many time throughout both movies for it to be Voldemort's Theme.
>
SPOILER!!!

> Besides, playing the theme as the climax of 'Meeting Tom Riddle' if it was
> Voldemort's theme kinda gives away the spoiler that Tom Riddle is
> Voldemort.

> END SPOILER!!

Actually, the three-note motif is more of a "sorcerers/philosophers stone motif" in the first movie. see here:



Harry Potter Thematic Analysis



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