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The Once Upon a Time Soundtrack is an official soundtrack composed of twenty-five songs that are featured in various episodes of Once Upon a Time. Four of these songs had been pre-released by ABC as a Valentine's Day promotion for the show, titled Once Upon a Time: Extended Play.

It was composed by Mark Isham and released on May 1, 2012.[1] It can be ordered here. There are five variations on the cover art: the promotional images of Prince Charming, Emma Swan, Rumplestiltskin, Snow White and the Evil Queen. However, the content remains the same.



Summary

We are proud to announce the release of Mark Isham's score to the hit ABC TV series Once Upon a Time that premiered last fall. Isham needed to come up with a score that spanned the entire spectrum of emotions -- not only breathing life into quieter moments, but also being romantic, sweeping, and epic. The result was a score for the series that is both beautiful and heartfelt and has become integral to the fabric of the show.

For this release representing music from various episodes, Mark Isham has compiled over an hour of music carefully produced to provide listeners with a musical journey that captures the essence of the show. This release also features five different collectible covers, but the contents of all discs remain the same.[2]

Tracks[1]

1. "Henry’s Proposal"

2. "The Queen's Curse"

3. "Jiminy Cricket"

4. "Dealing With Rumplestiltskin"

5. "Belle's Story"

6. "Dwarves"

7. "The Huntsman"

8. "Things Are Changing In Storybrooke"

9. "Cinderella"

10. "Wedding Dance"

11. "Advising Ashley"

12. "If The Shoe Fits"

13. "Unhappy Endings"

14. "Emma And Henry"

15. "The Siren"

16. "The Man With The Wooden Box"

17. "Hope Will Return"

18. "Rumplestiltskin In Love"

19. "The Genie’s Wishes"

20. "The Road To True Love"

21. "The Family Compass"

22. "Burn The Witch"

23. "What The Queen Loves Most"

24. "The Clock Moves"

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