You Can Now Stream the Soundtrack from EPCOT’s Harmonious

EPCOT’s new nighttime spectacular, Harmonious, is the park’s newest celebration of music, culture, and unity through the Disney stories we all know and love.

Harmonious at EPCOT

Harmonious also features an all new soundtrack that reaches all around the world, and includes the talents of music stars from all around the world singing classic Disney tunes!

The soundtrack features 10 songs highlighting the themes and cultures celebrated in the show, and is now available on Apple Music and Spotify.

EPCOT’s new nighttime show premiered on October 1st as a part of the 50th Anniversary Celebration of Walt Disney World. In the spirit of diversity and inclusivity that EPCOT promotes, Harmonious is a celebration of cultures from all around the world, many of which are highlighted on the album.

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The soundtrack features more than a dozen languages and 240 artists from around the world. The music was composed by Pinar Toprak, a Turkish-American composer known for scoring Captain Marvel, and the Pixar short Purl. 

Harmonious Nighttime Spectacular

The album runs for roughly 20 minutes, and is full of recognizable Disney tunes and diverse voices. It’s definitely worth the listen for those who love Harmonious and want to relive the show, as well as Disney fans who haven’t gotten a chance to see it yet and still want to get in the EPCOT spirit! Stay tuned to AllEars for all the latest Disney news.

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2 Replies to “You Can Now Stream the Soundtrack from EPCOT’s Harmonious”

  1. The soundtrack is horrible. Disney could and should have done better. Put more thought into it. Final song lyrics are impossible to understand, unintelligible. Hoping this harmonious disaster is not around for twenty years. So many beautiful Disney songs have been written and ignored so we can be blasted with Jungle Book and not the best Tiana song. Plus, show it at 8 or 9 pm. Keeping us hostage until 9:45 is ridiculous