Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone: Selected Themes from the Motion Picture : French Horn Solo, Duet, Trio by John WilliamsThis instrumental series contains selected themes from the box office sensation Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone. Scored for Frech horn and playable by any combination of instruments -- large ensembles, small ensembles, or solos -- the arrangements capture the wonderful sounds from the movie. Fingering charts are included. Titles are: Hedwigs Theme * Diagon Alley * Hogwarts Forever * Nimbus 2000 * Cast a Christmas Spell * Harrys Wondrous World.
Harry Potter in French
Harry Potter à l'École des Sorciers (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone: Harry Potter Series #1)
I'm reading for the first time this book to my daughter 6 years old , but for me 37 years old it's the third time I read "Harry Potter and the philosopher's stone". Everyone should read this book, if only to realize why the phenomenon "Harry Potter" has spread. With an essential and enjoyable style, J. Rowling catapults the reader into a fantasy world, populated by wizards and flying broomsticks, unicorns and talking. Rowling catapults the reader into a fantasy world, populated by wizards and flying broomsticks, unicorns and talking hats. A world where even the most complicated topics, such as the death, are treated with delicate gentleness. Mentre leggo per la prima volta a mia figlia 6 anni questo volume, personalmente 37 anni sono alla terza rilettura di "Harry Potter e la Pietra Filosofale".
About Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (French)
Rowling , is a British author, film producer, television producer, screenwriter, and philanthropist. Born in Yate, Gloucestershire , Rowling was working as a researcher and bilingual secretary for Amnesty International when she conceived the idea for the Harry Potter series while on a delayed train from Manchester to London in There were six sequels, of which the last, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows , was released in Rowling has lived a " rags to riches " life in which she progressed from living on benefits to being the world's first billionaire author. Although she writes under the pen name J. Rowling, her name, before her remarriage, was Joanne Rowling.