Awesome Music: The Chronicles of Narnia
- Harry Gregson-Wiliams's "The Battle" from the first Narnia film, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, has to be one of the most rousing fight themes ever heard, as well as essentially being the movie's main theme. But points also go to "Only the Beginning of the Adventure", "A Narnian Lullaby" (even features the duduk instrument), "The Stone Table", and many other tracks.
- Imogen Heap's "Can't Take It In" and Alanis Morrisette's "Wunderkind" from the closing credits.
- The Blitz, 1940 is a stirring rendition played at the start of the first film, and the moving track "Evacuating London" serves as its peaceful complement.
- "The Wardrobe" is a track that captures the mystifying intrigue and wonderment that a child experiences while first entering Narnia. If you need a tranquil track to go to sleep to, well, here it is.
- "Father Christmas" is a passionate Christmastime/wintry song that plays with the arrival of a certain jolly old man.
- "To Aslan's Camp" and "Knighting Peter" are triumphant, terrific tracks as well included in the first film.
- "From Western Woods To Beaversdam", "Lucy Meets Mr. Tumnus", and "Winter Light" are other gems from the movie, along with the more sinister track "The White Witch".
- Lisbeth Scott, who provided several vocals for some of the other scores, closes the soundtrack with the beautiful song titled "Where", which was a CD-exclusive bonus track that was not featured in the actual film for The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.
- Regina Spektor's "The Call", which is the closing song for Prince Caspian.