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Pop and Classic Hits: The Soundtrack of Bridgerton 2 is What We Were Waiting For

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A new glorious soundtrack for a new glorious comeback: while fans await for the return of one of the most famous tv series ever, Bridgerton, Netflix released the official playlist. Surprisingly, it might be even better than the first one!

The series

With a record of 82 million subscribers watching the series during its first month on the platform, Bridgerton is surely one of the most loved tv series. And the second season one of the most awaited of 2022.

The TV series returns with pop songs and musical classics mixed together in an interesting vibe that perfectly defines the atmosphere of the show. Set in London’s high society in a utopian age of English regency, the TV series is a historical TV series lit by touches of contemporary culture. The story focuses on young women who have to find their husbands avoiding their mothers’ intent of finding the best possible match for their daughters.

The soundtrack

Just as the TV series mixed different temporal and cultural influences, so does the soundtrack.
In the apparent chaos of songs and genres, however, a line stands out and creates a sense of cohesion that shouldn’t been taken for granted.
Nirvana, Miley Cyrus and Madonna are just some of the names that appears in the Netflix’ official cover list. A mix of grunge, alternative rock, pop, electronic music and contemporary R&B is

Here’s a list of the cover currently announced

Pop hits and classic masterpieces: the soundtrack of the first season

The first season of the tv series is what defines what we should expect from the long-awaited return of Bridgerton. American composer and pianist Kris Bowers created the ambience of the tv series with his ability in adapting pop songs to the series’ classic era. Pop singles like Thank u, next by Ariana Grande, Wildest Dreams by Taylor Swift or Billie Eilish’ bad guy, were arranged to be performed by an orchestra, perfectly found their place along the episodes of the series. They are also what defined the music of the first season of the acclaimed series. Moreover, in season 1, some classical repertoire appeared as well. These included Shostakovich’s Jazz Suite No. 2, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 and ‘Waldstein’ Sonata and Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons. The Vitamin String Quartet performed all the songs.

We do not doubt that the success of the series is also due in large part to the work of Kris Bowers with the soundtrack of the series.

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