This Indian-Classical Version of Harry Potter Soundtrack Will Fill Your Muggle Life With Melody
As if the original music score wasn't enough to make us nostalgically reminisce about the Harry Potter movies, the recently released brilliant composition by Indian Jam project has some of the most famous Harry Potter melodies with an Indian twist.
As if the original music score wasn’t enough to make us nostalgically reminisce about the Harry Potter movies, the recently released brilliant composition by Indian Jam project has some of the most famous Harry Potter melodies with an Indian twist.
How often have you seen the Harry Potter movie series? Apart from the magical world of Hogwarts, the magic spells, potions and the oh-so-adventurous life, if there’s one thing that makes watching Harry Potter an unforgettable experience, it’s the music.
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The lovely melodies take you through the lives of the characters who gradually become a part of your life.
And when these melodies are given an Indian twist, the results are breathtaking.
The Indian Jam Project gave a desi flavour to the famous soundtrack of The Harry Potter franchise by the composer John Williams.
They have used keyboard, tabla, sarangi, flute, santoor and violin to weave Indian magic into western tunes.
Starting from the ‘Window to the Past’ and taking you through the ‘Harry Potter Theme Music’ and finally ending with the ‘The Epilogue Leaving Hogwarts’, the creation beautifully captures all the emotions and gently takes you down memory lane.
Do not waste a second of your muggle time and check out this awesome composition now –
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