‘Harry Potter’, a childhood memory for people who born in the late 90s, not only for them but for everyone else in the 20s also. Harry Potter and the philosophers stone, the first film released in 2001, the 8th and last film Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows-part 2 released in 2011.
Since then, these 8 films acclaimed a huge success and never-ending count of fans continues…
‘Harry Potter’ has won many hearts not only for the story, actors, direction also for its best music in the background.
When we think about the movies, we immediately remember the background music. What is it without music. When characters are living in the story, music gives life to them.
Such incredible music of Harry Potter is composed by John Williams, Patrick Doyle, Nicholas Hooper, and Alexandre Desplat.
We must be thankful and honoured to the great musicians behind the screen.
Coming to the question, who is the best composer of Harry Potter??
John Williams, the composer of the first three films and creator of Hedwig’s theme. We often listen that
the first impression is the best impression and First love is unforgettable, these lines perfectly sync in this aspect. Every Potterhead loves the music from the first three films which were composed by John Williams.
I personally love ‘Hedwig’s theme’, that music kind of creates goosebumps and ‘The Quidditch Match’ it’s another level, and ‘Mischief Managed’, ohh!! everything he composed.
Though music from the remaining films also had the same count of fans, John Williams’ stayed special.
Patrick, Hooper, and Alexandre also composed the best music for the Harry Potter film series. Patrick composed for Harry Potter and the Goblet of fire, Hooper composed for Order of Phoenix and the half-blood prince and Alexandre composed for Deathly Hallows part 1 and part 2 Among the four composers, we can’t pick the best of them, each of them gave us masterpieces.
We have individual choices in the picking composers, so if you ask mine, he is Hedwig’s theme creator, John Williams.