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Pride & Prejudice (2005) Poster

Soundtracks

Dawn
(uncredited)
Written by Dario Marianelli
Performed by Jean-Yves Thibaudet
[Plays as Lizzy walks home reading a book]
Meryton Townhall
(uncredited)
Written by Dario Marianelli
Performed by English Chamber Orchestra
[Plays during the first dance at Meryton ball]
The Bishop
(uncredited)
Traditional
Performed by English Chamber Orchestra
[Plays during the second dance at Meryton ball]
The Young Widow
(uncredited)
Traditional
Performed by English Chamber Orchestra
[Plays during the third dance at Meryton ball]
Wakefield Hunt
(uncredited)
Traditional
Performed by English Chamber Orchestra
[Plays during the fourth dance at Meryton ball]
The Militia Marches In
(uncredited)
Written by Dario Marianelli
Performed by Jean-Yves Thibaudet
[Plays as Mrs. Bennet, Kitty, and Lydia watch the militia arrive]
Arrival To Netherfield
(uncredited)
Written by Dario Marianelli
Performed by English Chamber Orchestra
[Plays as carriages arrive at Netherfield Hall]
Another Dance
(uncredited)
Written by Dario Marianelli
Performed by English Chamber Orchestra
[Plays as Mr Collins and Lizzy dance]
Letter to Henry Purcell
(uncredited)
Written by Dario Marianelli
Performed by Jean-Yves Thibaudet
[Plays as Lizzy and Darcy dance]
Can't Slow Down
(uncredited)
Written by Dario Marianelli
Performed by English Chamber Orchestra
[Plays during the montage of scenes of the ball]
Stars and Butterflies
(uncredited)
Written by Dario Marianelli
Performed by English Chamber Orchestra
[Plays during Lizzy's quiet moment in the dark]
Leaving Netherfield
(uncredited)
Written by Dario Marianelli
Performed by Jean-Yves Thibaudet
[Plays Mr Bingley returns to London]
The Secret Life of Daydreams
(uncredited)
Written by Dario Marianelli
Performed by Jean-Yves Thibaudet
[Plays as Lizzy sits on a tire swing]
Your Hands Are Cold
(uncredited)
Written by Dario Marianelli
Performed by Jean-Yves Thibaudet and English Chamber Orchestra
[Plays as Lizzy runs from the church]
Darcy's Letter
(uncredited)
Written by Dario Marianelli
Performed by Jean-Yves Thibaudet and English Chamber Orchestra
[Plays as Darcy delivers his letter]
Liz on Top of the World
(uncredited)
Written by Dario Marianelli
Performed by Jean-Yves Thibaudet and English Chamber Orchestra
[Plays as stands on Stanage Edge]
The Living Sculptures of Pemberley
(uncredited)
Written by Dario Marianelli
Performed by Jean-Yves Thibaudet and English Chamber Orchestra
[Plays as Lizzy tours Pemberley]
Dawn
(uncredited)
Written by Dario Marianelli
Performed by Tamzin Merchant
[Plays as Lizzy watches Georgiana play the pianoforte]
Georgiana
(uncredited)
Written by Dario Marianelli
Performed by Tamzin Merchant
[Plays as Darcy and Georgiana wait for their guests]
Your Hands Are Cold
(uncredited)
Written by Dario Marianelli
Performed by Jean-Yves Thibaudet and English Chamber Orchestra
[Plays as Mr Gardiner rushes to London]
Greensleeves
(uncredited)
Traditional
Performed by Brenda Blethyn
[Hummed by Mrs Bingley in the drawing room]
Georgiana
(uncredited)
Written by Dario Marianelli
Performed by Jean-Yves Thibaudet and English Chamber Orchestra
[Plays as Darcy coaches Bingley]
The Living Sculptures of Pemberley
(uncredited)
Written by Dario Marianelli
Performed by Jean-Yves Thibaudet and English Chamber Orchestra
[Plays as Jane accepts Bingley's proposal]
Your Hands Are Cold
(uncredited)
Written by Dario Marianelli
Performed by Jean-Yves Thibaudet and English Chamber Orchestra
[Plays during Darcy's second proposal]
Dawn
(uncredited)
Written by Dario Marianelli
Performed by Jean-Yves Thibaudet and English Chamber Orchestra
[Plays as Darcy and Lizzy ask for Mr Bennet's consent]
Mrs Darcy
(uncredited)
Written by Dario Marianelli
Performed by Jean-Yves Thibaudet and English Chamber Orchestra
[Plays as Lizzy and Darcy sit outside Pemberley]
Dutch Dollars
(uncredited)
Traditional
Tythe Pig
(uncredited)
Traditional
Black Bess
(uncredited)
Traditional
Duke of Gloucester's March
(uncredited)
Traditional

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