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The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Label Chop Shop/Atlantic
Composer(s) Carter Burwell
Artist(s) Various
Producer Alexandra Patsavas
CD Info 1 disc
Length 61:38

73:39 (deluxe edition)

Release November 8, 2011


The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the official soundtrack for the film Breaking Dawn - Part 1. It was released on November 8, 2011.

Track listEdit

  1. The Joy Formidable - "End Tapes"
  2. Angus & Julia Stone - "Love Will Take You"
  3. Bruno Mars - "It Will Rain"
  4. Sleeping at Last - "Turning Page"
  5. The Features - "From Now On"
  6. Christina Perri - "A Thousand Years"
  7. Theophilus London - "Neighbors"
  8. The Belle Brigade - "I Didn’t Mean It"
  9. Noisettes - "Sister Rosetta (2011 Version)"
  10. Cider Sky - "Northern Lights"
  11. Iron & Wine - "Flightless Bird, American Mouth (Wedding Version)"
  12. Imperial Mammoth - "Requiem On Water"
  13. Aqualung & Lucy Schwartz - "Cold"
  14. Mia Maestro - "Lloverá"
  15. "Love Death Birth" by Carter Burwell

Songs by sceneEdit

# Song/Artist Scene Length
1 "Endtapes" by The Joy Formidable First song of the end credits before the Volturi scene. 4:10
2 "Love Will Take You" by Angus & Julia Stone Carmen, Eleazar, Kate, Tanya, and Irina talk to Bella at the wedding reception. 4:31
3 "It Will Rain" by Bruno Mars Third song in the end credits; also plays as Bella and Edward exit the Cullen house to depart to their honeymoon. 4:18
4 "Turning Page" by Sleeping at Last Bella and Edward become intimate on Isle Esme. 4:16
5 "From Now On" by The Features Montage of Bella and Edward on their honeymoon. 3:22
6 "A Thousand Years" by Christina Perri Fourth song in the end credits. 4:48
7 "Neighbors" by Theophililus London Jacob gets angry at Bella and Edward at the reception. 3:57
8 "I Didn't Mean It" by The Belle Brigade 2nd song in end credits, which plays during the Volturi scene part-way into credits. 3:35
9 "Sister Rosetta (2011 Version)" by Noisettes Original version plays while Bella gets ready for the night with Edward on her honeymoon. 2:59
10 "Northern Lights" by Cider Sky Bella and Jacob dance at the wedding reception. 3:50
11 "Flightless Bird, American Mouth (Wedding Version)" Original version plays as Bella and Edward say their vows and kiss at their wedding. 4:28
12 "Requiem on Water" by Imperial Mammoth Bella, alone after discovering she is pregnant. 2:24
13 "Cold" by Aqualung & Lucy Schwartz Pregnant and sick Bella sleeps as the Cullens and wolves look after her/Bella takes a bath/Bella is left alone after Edward yells at her. 3:41
14 "Lloverá" by Mia Maestro Bella and Edward swimming in the moonlight on their honeymoon. 5:14
15 "Love Death Birth" by Carter Burwell Various scenes throughout the film/Bella's transformation montage. 6:05

Bonus songs by sceneEdit

16

"Like A Drug (Bonus Track)" by Hard-FI

Everyone dancing at the reception. 3:41

17

"Turning Page (Instrumental)" by Sleeping at Last Bella walks down the aisle. 4:17
18

"Eclipse (All Yours) [Bonus Track]" by Kevin Teasley

Played by band at the reception. 4:03

Deluxe Edition bonus tracksEdit

  1. Hard-FI - "Like A Drug (Bonus Track)"
  2. Sleeping At Last - "Turning Page (Instrumental)"
  3. Kevin Teasley - "Eclipse (All Yours) [Bonus Track]" (instrumental)

SinglesEdit

The lead singles from the soundtrack are:

  • "It Will Rain" by Bruno Mars (released: September 27, 2011)
  • "A Thousand Years" by Christina Perri (released: October 18, 2011)

TriviaEdit

  • This is the first of any of the soundtracks to not have a song by the band, Muse , whom Stephanie Meyer has had in her acknowledgements numerous times.
  • This is the first Twilight Saga soundtrack to have a song with rap in it.
  • The most amount of songs/tracks can be found on this soundtrack.
  • Mia Maestro sings "Llovera". She is the actress who portrays Carmen of the Denali Coven

See alsoEdit


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