"My Favorite Things" (Karaoke) – 2:16**, This page was last edited on 10 November 2020, at 13:50. The label has also issued the soundtrack in German, Italian, Spanish and French editions. [10], Three songs from the original Broadway production, "An Ordinary Couple", "How Can Love Survive? [11] All songs were arranged and conducted for the soundtrack by Irwin Kostal. Name of the processional as she walks down the aisle, Maria sings on the top of the hill, finding the inspiration there, The nuns worry about Maria who's often getting into mischief in the abbey, Maria tries to convince herself that there is nothing frightening about the Captain and his 7 children, Liesl and Rolfe's secret date in the garden, Maria comforts the children during the thunderstorm but is interrupted by the Captain, As the Captain is gone, Maria and the children spend time outdoors in Salzburg, The children and Maria perform the puppet show, The Captain sings it after the children and Maria insist upon it. Liesl joins in, It is played at the party in honour of the Baroness, The Captain asks Maria for the dance, replacing his son Kurt, The children sing it to bid goodnight to the guests, The Reverend Mother insists on Maria's return to the von Trapp family, The Captain and Maria finally reveal their love to each other, Maria advises Liesl how to get over Rolfe, The von Trapps perform at the Salzburg Music Festival, The von Trapps flee from the festival. (**) Barnes & Noble exclusive bonus tracks[14], *sales figures based on certification alone^shipments figures based on certification alonesales+streaming figures based on certification alone, Bonus tracks from 45th Anniversary Edition. [13] The soundtrack of the film The Sound of Music was released in 1965 by RCA Victor and is one of the most successful soundtrack albums in history, having sold more than 20 million copies worldwide. [citation needed], The soundtrack reached the number one position on the Billboard 200 that year in the United States,[3] remained in the top ten for a record 109 weeks, from May 1, 1965 to July 16, 1967,[4][5] and remained on the Billboard 200 chart for 238 weeks. [1][2] The label has also issued the soundtrack in German, Italian, Spanish and French editions. Corrected typo in source from 1966 to 1967: 109 weeks from Mary 1965 is June 1967. ", and "No Way to Stop It" were replaced, in the film, with two new songs, "I Have Confidence" and "Something Good". Find all 35 songs in The Sound of Music Soundtrack, with scene descriptions. Is the song "Domenica" sung in the movie? 53 liked songs • 209.9k views • composed by Richard Rodgers, Anna Lee, Portia Nelson, Marni Nixon, Evadne Baker, Evadne Baker, Anna Lee, Portia Nelson, Marni Nixon, The von Trapps manage to escape and climb over the Alps into Switzerland, Charmian Carr, Heather Menzies, Nicholas Hammond, Duane Chase, Angela Cartwright, Debbie Turner & Kym Karath. They hide in Nonnberg Abbey. tunefind Listen to trailer music, OST, original score, and the full list of popular songs in the film. Listen to and download the music, ost, score, list of songs and trailers. "[12], (*) Previously unreleased. [6][7] It was the best-selling album in the United Kingdom in 1965, 1966 and 1968 and the second best-selling of the decade, spending a total of 70 weeks at number one on the UK Album Charts. All 27 songs from the The Sound of Music (1965) movie soundtrack, with scene descriptions. "Prelude / The Sound of Music" (Karaoke) – 2:43**, 27. 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The soundtrack of the film The Sound of Music was released in 1965 by RCA Victor and is one of the most successful soundtrack albums in history, having sold more than 20 million copies worldwide. [8] The album also stayed for 73 weeks on the Norwegian charts, and as of December 2017 it is the tenth best-charting album of all time in that country. [9], The album has been reissued several times, including anniversary editions in 1995, 2000, 2005, 2010, and 2015. These CD editions incorporate musical material from the film that would not fit on the original LP. [11], In 2018, it was selected for preservation in the National Recording Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or artistically significant. For the original Broadway show, the music was written by Richard Rodgers with lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; both the lyrics and music for the new songs were written by Rodgers, as Hammerstein died in 1960. [3] In 2015, Billboard named the original soundtrack album the second-best charting album of all time.