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[[File:Get.jpeg|thumb]][[File:Placeholder|video|right|300px]] '''How to Train Your Dragon 2 Soundtrack''' was composed and produced by [http://howtotrainyourdragon.wikia.com/wiki/John_Powell John Powell] for the [http://howtotrainyourdragon.wikia.com/wiki/How_to_Train_Your_Dragon_2 How To Train Your Dragon 2].
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'''How to Train Your Dragon 2 Soundtrack''' was composed and produced by [http://howtotrainyourdragon.wikia.com/wiki/John_Powell John Powell] for the film ''[[How to Train Your Dragon 2]]''.
   
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Composer [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Powell_%28composer%29 John Powell], who earned his first [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Academy_Award Academy Award] nomination for [[How to Train Your Dragon Soundtrack|his music in the original movie]], returned to score the sequel. Powell described the project "a maturation story" and stated that he tried to achieve the same maturation in the structure of his music by developing further every aspect of his compositions from the original film.
   
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Recording took place during April 2014 at Abbey Road Studios in London with a 120 piece orchestra, a 100-voice choir, and a wide array of ethnic instruments, including [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Celtic_harp celtic harp], [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uilleann_pipes uilleann pipes], [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tin_whistle tin whistle], [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bodhr%C3%A1n bodhrán], and [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bagpipes bagpipes]; the latter of which were performed by pipers from the Scottish group [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_Hot_Chilli_Pipers The Red Hot Chilli Pipers]. The ensemble was conducted by the composer's usual collaborator [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gavin_Greenaway Gavin Greenaway].
   
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[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sigur_R%C3%B3s Sigur Rós] lead vocalist, Jónsi, who wrote and performed the song "Sticks & Stones" [[How to Train Your Dragon|for the original movie]], provided two new original songs for the sequel in collaboration with Powell. Belarusian-Norwegian artist [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Rybak Alexander Rybak], who voices Hiccup in Norwegian, also wrote and performed the song "[[Into A Fantasy]]". The latter song is featured only in the European versions of the film.
   
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A soundtrack album for the film was released on June 17, 2014 by Relativity Music Group. The album features over an hour of score by Powell, as well as the two original songs written by Powell and Jónsi. Rybak's song, "Into a Fantasy", was released separately as a single.
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==Soundtracks==
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! scope="col" |No.
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! scope="col" |Name                                                            
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! scope="col" |Length
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|1
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|Dragon Racing
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|4:34
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|-
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|2
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|Together We Map the World
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|2:19
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|-
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|3
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|Hiccup the Chief/Drago's Coming
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|4:44
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|-
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|4
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|Toothless Lost
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|3:28
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|-
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|5
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|Should I Know You?
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|1:56
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|-
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|6
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|Valka's Dragon Sanctuary
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|3:19
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|-
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|7
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|Losing Mom / Meet the Good Alpha
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|3:24
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|-
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|8
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|Meet Drago
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|4:26
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|-
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|9
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|Stoick Finds Beauty
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|2:33
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|-
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|10
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|Flying with Mother
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|2:49
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|-
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|11
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|[[For The Dancing And The Dreaming]] (performed by [[Gerard Butler]], [[Craig Ferguson]], and Mary Jane Wells)
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|3:06
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|-
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|12
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|Battle of the Bewilderbeast
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|6:26
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|-
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|13
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|Hiccup Confronts Drago
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|4:06
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|-
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|14
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|
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Stoick Saves Hiccup
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|2:23
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|-
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|15
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|Stoick's Ship
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|3:48
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|-
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|16
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|Alpha Comes to Berk
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|2:20
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|-
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|17
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|
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Toothless Found
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|3:46
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|-
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|18
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|Two New Alphas
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|6:06
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|-
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|19
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|[[Where No One Goes]] (performed by Jónsi)
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|2:44
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|}
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==Extended Soundtrack==
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! scope="col" |Name                                                            
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|-
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|20
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|[[Into A Fantasy]] (performed by Alexander Rybak)
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|
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3:32
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|-
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|21
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|Dragon Racing (Film Version)
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|
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4:39
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|-
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|22
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|Hiccup Rescues Stormfly
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|
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1:46
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|-
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|23
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|Attacking Eret
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|
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2:05
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|-
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|24
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|War is What He Wants, Son!
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|
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1:58
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|-
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|25
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|Astrid Captures Eret
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|
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1:25
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|-
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|26
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|Hiccup and Valka
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|
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1:58
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|-
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|27
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|Escape from Drago
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1:27
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|-
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|28
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|The Ride of the Hatchlings
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|
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1:03
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|}
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Soundtrack  How to Train Your Dragon 2
Composer  John Powell
Released  June 17, 2014
Label  Relativity Music Group
Catalogue no.  {{{catalogue}}}

How to Train Your Dragon 2 Soundtrack was composed and produced by John Powell for the film How to Train Your Dragon 2.

DescriptionEdit

Composer John Powell, who earned his first Academy Award nomination for his music in the original movie, returned to score the sequel. Powell described the project "a maturation story" and stated that he tried to achieve the same maturation in the structure of his music by developing further every aspect of his compositions from the original film.

Recording took place during April 2014 at Abbey Road Studios in London with a 120 piece orchestra, a 100-voice choir, and a wide array of ethnic instruments, including celtic harp, uilleann pipes, tin whistle, bodhrán, and bagpipes; the latter of which were performed by pipers from the Scottish group The Red Hot Chilli Pipers. The ensemble was conducted by the composer's usual collaborator Gavin Greenaway.

Sigur Rós lead vocalist, Jónsi, who wrote and performed the song "Sticks & Stones" for the original movie, provided two new original songs for the sequel in collaboration with Powell. Belarusian-Norwegian artist Alexander Rybak, who voices Hiccup in Norwegian, also wrote and performed the song "Into A Fantasy". The latter song is featured only in the European versions of the film.

A soundtrack album for the film was released on June 17, 2014 by Relativity Music Group. The album features over an hour of score by Powell, as well as the two original songs written by Powell and Jónsi. Rybak's song, "Into a Fantasy", was released separately as a single.

SoundtracksEdit

No. Name                                                             Length
1 Dragon Racing 4:34
2 Together We Map the World 2:19
3 Hiccup the Chief/Drago's Coming 4:44
4 Toothless Lost 3:28
5 Should I Know You? 1:56
6 Valka's Dragon Sanctuary 3:19
7 Losing Mom / Meet the Good Alpha 3:24
8 Meet Drago 4:26
9 Stoick Finds Beauty 2:33
10 Flying with Mother 2:49
11 For The Dancing And The Dreaming (performed by Gerard Butler, Craig Ferguson, and Mary Jane Wells) 3:06
12 Battle of the Bewilderbeast 6:26
13 Hiccup Confronts Drago 4:06
14

Stoick Saves Hiccup

2:23
15 Stoick's Ship 3:48
16 Alpha Comes to Berk 2:20
17

Toothless Found

3:46
18 Two New Alphas 6:06
19 Where No One Goes (performed by Jónsi) 2:44

Extended SoundtrackEdit

No. Name                                                             Length
20 Into A Fantasy (performed by Alexander Rybak)

3:32

21 Dragon Racing (Film Version)

4:39

22 Hiccup Rescues Stormfly

1:46

23 Attacking Eret

2:05

24 War is What He Wants, Son!

1:58

25 Astrid Captures Eret

1:25

26 Hiccup and Valka

1:58

27 Escape from Drago

1:27

28 The Ride of the Hatchlings

1:03


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Media
Films: How to Train Your DragonHow to Train Your Dragon 2How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

Shorts: Legend of the Boneknapper DragonGift of the Night FuryBook of DragonsDawn of the Dragon Racers
Spin-off series: DreamWorks Dragons (Episode List)
Video games: How to Train Your Dragon

Characters
Hiccup Horrendous Haddock IIIAstrid HoffersonStoick the VastValkaGobber the BelchFishlegs IngermanSnotlout JorgensonRuffnut ThorstonTuffnut ThorstonEret, Son of EretGothiSpitelout JorgensonDrago BludvistGrimmel the Grisly

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Songs
How to Train Your Dragon: Sticks and Stones

How to Train Your Dragon 2: For The Dancing And The DreamingWhere No One GoesInto A Fantasy
How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World: Together From Afar

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BerkItchy Armpit
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