Those who love the music within Harry Potter and the Cursed Child will soon be able to enjoy it from the comfort of their own home.
Imogen Heap has organized her work within four suites for The Cursed Child soundtrack, out November 2. Check out the lovely album art which appears to depict Albus Severus Potter and part of the iconic Cursed Child wing:
This is not an album that includes every single piece of music from the show. According to a press release, the soundtrack “is presented as four contemporary musical suites, each showcasing one of the play’s theatrical acts. This unique new album format from Imogen Heap chronologically features the music heard in the stage production, further reworked to transport listeners on a sonic journey through the world of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.”
Said Heap, “This album is like nothing I’ve ever attempted before. It’s four suites containing music from each of the four acts of the play, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. With over 100 moments of music in the play, the challenge was how to weave them together, and I think it has manifested into a really enjoyable listen, with memories for those who’ve seen the play, musical accompaniment to those with the script of the play or simply just to enjoy the music as a stand-alone album.”
“It is crafted to be listened to in its entirety, taking the listener through different worlds within each suite. I don’t know another album like it. I hope others enjoy listening to it as much as I’ve enjoyed making it.”
You can pre-order the CD now on Amazon.