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Re: Voldemort's Theme *Minor Spoiler*
• Posted by: zephros
• Date: Saturday, October 4, 2003, at 5:19 a.m.
• IP Address: dialup-78.134.221.203.acc02-neer-bal.comindico.com.au
• In Response to: Re: Voldemort's Theme *Minor Spoiler* (kurt)

I always considered the three note music
SPOILER!!!

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

Well, I would have said that, only the theme is used in the second movie as the 'Tense Moment or Revelation" motif. And plus in the sheet music arranged for piano, Voldemort's theme is used a lot. Just to clear that up.




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