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Eager to hear the entire soundtrack of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince and don’t want to wait until it’s released on 14 July? AOL Radio just sent me this:

AOL Radio has an exclusive premiere of the Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince soundtrack. The movie hits theaters July 15th, but if you can’t wait make sure to tune in to the Movie Scores station on AOL Radio. You’ll hear a track from the album every hour at the top of the hour!

Click here to go to the web page. I’m listening to Slughorn’s Confession right now … I do love Nicholas Hooper’s work …



Pensieve (Comments)

  • Buddy

    Fantastic! Thank you, Steve.

  • Jesse


  • Taj

    Has anyone heard of John Cavendish and Viola Coville as Ministers for Magic? I was looking at the Wikipedia page for the Ministry of Magic, and these two names were listed as Ministers…Haven’t heard of them!

  • Dawn

    Wow…that’s just fantastic…I’ve been waiting for the movie for a long period of time.

  • Buddy

    Taj –
    I do not believe that John Cavendish or Viola Coville were ever Ministers for Magic.

    Steve –
    Looking at the Minister for Magic page, I noticed that you have yet to add Kingsley Shacklebolt. I’m sure you would have gotten to it soon but I just thought that I would let you know.

  • G. Love Potter

    Looking at Buddy’s comment to Steve:

    Is Kingsley Shackelbolt in the Lexicon as the Prime Minister?

    That is what continues to make Rowling so diverse ….all/many nationalities are pesent in the books. They’re presence are positive imanges mostly.


  • I haven’t updated the Ministry pages for book seven yet, as you can tell by the fact that they don’t have the “completed through book seven” icon at the top. Sorry about that. I’ve been working on the Hogwarts pages lately.

    For the record, the complete list of Ministers for Magic (the nine we know of) is given in the Lexicon book on page 205.


  • olivier

    Fantastic Music… even better than OotP – and that’s saying something. Pity Nicolas Hooper wants to do no more – but if John Williams is coming back, that wouldn’t be bad either.