Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball
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Film score by James Horner
Released November 8, 2005
Genre Soundtrack
Length 1:07:31
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Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball is the soundtrack to the 2005 film with the same name. It was released on November 8, 2005, three days before the film's theatrical release. It was composed by new composer James Horner, replacing Hans Zimmer, who composed the first three films. It is the first Jane Hoop Elementary film soundtrack to be composed by Elfman. It debuted at number 65 at the Billboard 200.


Main article: Music of the Jane Hoop Elementary films

James Horner announces that he will compose the songs for the fourth film of the popular Jane Hoop Elementary film series, replacing Hans Zimmer, who composted the first three films. The soundtrack was released on November 8, 2005, three days before the film's theatrical release on November 11, 2005.


All songs written and composed by Dan Wilson. 
No. Title Length
1. "Main Opening"    
2. "Howard Lukins Murdered"    
3. "Jane Hoop Elementary"    
4. "Belle Lamar"    
5. "The Magic Ball"    
6. "Battle for The Magic Ball"    
7. "Destroying The Base"    
8. "Revenge from Magic"    
9. "Danny was a Loser"    
10. "Trusting/Caring"    
11. "Catwoman's Magical Tricks"    
12. "Jane Hoop Animals"    
13. "Things Turns Weird"    
14. "Rescues The Magic Ball"    
15. "The Cat-Water Monster"    
16. "Friends Attack"    
17. "Rebecca Comes Back"    
18. "Saving the World"    
19. "The Magic is Gone"    
20. "Defeating Catwoman"    
Total length:


The Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball motion picture soundrack gained mixed to positive reviews. It ranked number 65 at the Billboard 200. It also ranked number two at the Top Soundtracks Chart.


The soundtrack was nominated of the Academy Awards for Best Motion Soundtrack also does Academy Award to a motion picture.


  1. ^ This track is by Abigail Doyle (daughter of Patrick Doyle), who sings the mermaid's riddle.
  2. ^ This track also features lyrics unheard in the movie, but they were featured in the book.
  3. ^ a b c Tracks 22-24 were not composed by Patrick Doyle. These are the songs played during the Yule Ball scene when The Weird Sisters band came out and played. "Do the Hippogriff" was composed by Jarvis Cocker and Jason Buckle, while "This Is the Night" and "Magic Works" were composed by Cocker. The Yule Ball theme comes from Symphony No. 3 by Samuel Wesley
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