Harry Gregson-Williams' The Chronicles Of Narnia: Prince Caspian
"Prince Caspian" is a story
of deliverance and restoration
with some intriguing aspects
of Narnian history, culture,
Walt Disney Records has released the score
"Prince Caspian" finds the Pevensie siblings
pulled back into the land of Narnia, where a
thousand years have passed since they left.
The children are once again enlisted to join
the colorful creatures of Narnia in combating
an evil villain who prevents the rightful Prince
from ruling the land.
About the music.
"The music for Prince Caspian had to support
a more epic, action-filled and multifaceted film
than the last," says director Andrew Adamson.
"It needed to soar from the sweeping locations
of New Zealand, Poland, Slovenia and the Czech
Republic back down to the intimacy and nostalgia
of a child rediscovering a world she thought
was lost forever.
For Prince Caspian, Harry Gregson-Williams drew
not only on the beloved themes of The Lion, The Witch
and The Wardrobe, but also developed original
sympathetic themes for Caspian and the Telmarines.
Harry has threaded these themes together with the
same beauty and originality as he has woven all
the notes that form his wonderful scores."