The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Original Soundtrack) - Alan Menken & Stephen Schwartz

The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Original Soundtrack)

Alan Menken & Stephen Schwartz

  • Genre: Musicals
  • Release Date: 1996-05-28
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 16
  • This Compilation ℗ 1996 Buena Vista Pictures Distribution, Inc.

The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Original Soundtrack) ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
1
The Bells of Notre Dame Chorus, David Ogden Stiers, Paul Kandel & Tony Jay 6:24
2
Out There Tom Hulce & Tony Jay 4:25
3
Topsy Turvy Paul Kandel 5:36
4
Humiliation Alan Menken 1:39
5
God Help the Outcasts Heidi Mollenhauer 3:45
6
The Bell Tower Alan Menken 3:05
7
Heaven's Light / Hellfire Tom Hulce & Tony Jay 5:23
8
A Guy Like You Charles Kimbrough, Jason Alexander, Mary Stout & Mary Wickes 2:53
9
Paris Burning Alan Menken 1:56
10
The Court of Miracles Paul Kandel 1:27
11
Sanctuary! Alan Menken 6:01
12
And He Shall Smite the Wicked Alan Menken 3:30
13
Into the Sunlight Alan Menken 2:08
14
The Bells of Notre Dame (Repri Paul Kandel 1:11
15
Someday All-4-One 4:20
16
God Help the Outcasts Bette Midler 3:26

Reviews

  • Where is Hell Fire?????

    2
    By Time4tacos
    It’s one of the greatest Disney villain songs! Why take it out of the soundtrack??? Very disappointed.
  • This is amazing!!!!!!!

    5
    By katie cat 2000
    When I first watched the movie I thought it was awesome then when I went and listened to the songs on the playlist l was like I’m so happy that I can listen to these songs and they are catchy and very dramatic songs! But really good playlist 😁
  • If you’re looking for hellfire

    5
    By GJJ411
    First of all this soundtrack is AMAZING Alan Menken truly has outdone himself with this one, secondly if you’re looking for hellfire it’s grouped in with heaven’s light but the title preview on mobile doesn’t let you see the whole thing which is “Heaven’s light/Hellfire”
  • This soundtrack is really good

    5
    By Mat the metal head
    Back when I was like 7 or 8 I remember watching the movie on an old vhs tape. This soundtrack always stood out to me out of the classic disney renaissance era. It’s a haunting soundtrack from the great Alan Menken. This was honestly his best work that he’s done yet. It’s worth listening to even if you don’t buy the album at all.