Behold Potterheads from India! There’s a new bundle of talent in town called The Indian Jam Project who have been making marvelous remakes of amazing theme music. And now the group has produced a beautiful Indian version of the famous Harry Potter theme music. The video consists of five different themes from the Harry Potter series all being remixed into an Indian version with piano, tabla, flute and much more.
The five theme songs included in the video are A Window To The Past from ‘Harry Potter and the Prisoners of Askaban’, Harry Potter Main Theme, Hedwig’s Theme from ‘Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone’, Face of Voldemort from ‘Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone’ and The Epilogue – Leaving Hogwarts from ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2’. All the five themes originally produced by John Williams have been wonderfully recreated by these artists.
The piano solo in the Hedwig’s theme will give you goosebumps for sure! The soothing melody will put a smile on your face and take you on a trip down memory lane of all the years where you cherished Harry Potter. Some of the other famous themes recreated by them include Rains of Castamere from Game of Thrones, BBC Sherlock’s theme music, theme music of ‘Interstellar’ and ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ among others. Make sure you check the video here and spread this awesomeness among your circle!
The 7 book series which was first released in the year 1997, has been translated in 74 languages and sold over 450 million copies worldwide, according to Scholastic. Earlier it was announced that an illustrated version of the books will be released this year on October 6, 2015. The 8 part movie series has been cherished and loved by generations over almost the past 2 decades, and the future generations will surely have more of it!