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Tuesday, May 19 2020 00:00

Day 32: Harry Potter

Cellist age 9 plays Harry Potter: Hedwig’s Theme and Fireworks

 
“Hedwig’s Theme” (by John Williams) is the dominant theme used in all of the Harry Potter films. In spite of its title, it doesn't always specifically represent Hedwig, Harry’s owl, but rather the wider idea of magic and the Wizarding World. 
 
“Fireworks” (by Nicholas Hooper) is first heard in “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix”, and is a musical picture of the antics of the Weasley twins, Fred and George, who frequently cause havoc with their mischievous magical experiments.
 
This young performer not only found and prepared this music herself, then persuaded her talented Mom to accompany her - she gave us an extra bonus by performing in full Harry Potter costume!
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