Enchanted (soundtrack)

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Enchanted (Soundtrack from the Motion Picture)
Soundtrack album by
ReleasedNovember 20, 2007
Hollywood Studio Symphony
StudioTodd AO Scoring Stage, Right Track Studios
LabelWalt Disney
ProducerAlan Menken
Stephen Schwartz
Mark Bright
Blake Neely

Enchanted is the soundtrack to the 2007 Disney film of the same name. It was released on November 20, 2007, by Walt Disney Records and contains 15 audio tracks, including five original songs used in the film as well as the film's score. Orchestrated by Kevin Kliesch, Danny Troob and Blake Neely, the songs and score were conducted by Michael Kosarin and performed by the Hollywood Studio Symphony. Although "Ever Ever After" was not released as a single, a music video of the song was made and is included on the CD.

Track listing[]

All music is composed by Alan Menken with lyrics by Stephen Schwartz except track 15 written by Jack Brooks and Harry Warren. All scores composed and produced by Menken. All songs produced by Menken and Schwartz except track 5 produced by Mark Bright and track 15 produced by Blake Neely.

No.TitleRecording artist(s)Length
1."True Love's Kiss"Amy Adams and James Marsden3:13
2."Happy Working Song"Amy Adams2:11
3."That's How You Know"Amy Adams and Marlon Saunders3:49
4."So Close"Jon McLaughlin3:49
5."Ever Ever After" (Record Version)Carrie Underwood3:31
6."Andalasia" (Score)Alan Menken1:47
7."Into the Well" (Score)Alan Menken4:42
8."Robert Says Goodbye" (Score)Alan Menken3:16
9."Nathaniel and Pip" (Score)Alan Menken4:03
10."Prince Edward's Search" (Score)Alan Menken2:24
11."Girls Go Shopping" (Score)Alan Menken1:41
12."Narissa Arrives" (Score)Alan Menken1:34
13."Storybook Ending" (Score)Alan Menken10:44
14."Enchanted Suite" (Score)Alan Menken4:36
15."That's Amore"James Marsden3:05
Total length:54:27



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