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The soundtrack for Prince Caspian features the music composed by Harry Gregson-Williams, for the Disney and Walden media film of Prince Caspian. It also has a few tracks by other artists. Some of the score from the first soundtrack was re-used in this one.
- 1. Prince Caspian Flees - 4:33
- 2. The Kings and Queens of Old - 3:26
- 3. Journey to the How - 4:39
- 4. Arrival at Aslan’s How - 2:53
- 5. Raid on the Castle - 7:00
- 6. Miraz Crowned - 4:42
- 7. Sorcery and Sudden Vengeance - 6:15
- 8. The Duel - 5:51
- 9. The Armies Assemble - 2:17
- 10. Battle at Aslan’s How - 5:14
- 11. Return of the Lion - 4:10
- 12. The Door In the Air - 7:50
- 13. The Call (Regina Spektor) - 3:07
- 14. A Dance ‘Round the Memory Tree (Oren Lavie) - 3:38
- 15. This Is Home (Switchfoot) - 3:58
- 16. Lucy (Hanne Hukkelberg) - 4:31 (Soundtrack only)
- Imogen Heap who performed the song I Can't Take it In for the first film, had written a song for Prince Caspian, but it was turned down as it was considered too dark.
- Lisbeth Scott who preformed the song Where on the first soundtrack and also did the vocals for Evacuating London, returned for Prince Caspian with the same vocals from Evacuating London, though this is not featured on the soundtrack. In the film it is heard when the Pevensies first arive back in Narnia and are playing in the water.