Tintin Writing Music

So, the power is out at our house right now. And all my writing files and photos are on the big desktop computer. Therefore, impossible to post at the moment.

Anyway, I thought I’d share some of the writing music on my playlist.

Not sure how many people out there have seen the Tintin movie, but it’s one of my favorite movies. Partially due to the soundtrack and partially due to the fact that I had read all the books before I even knew there was going to be a movie.


I was thinking about putting up some of my other music, but How To Train Your Dragon and Pirates of the Caribbean have their fair share of the glory in the writing world, whereas Tintin doesn’t. And I’m here to fix that.

So these are my favorite parts of the soundtrack:

Red Rackham’s Curse and The Treasure

Sir Francis and The Unicorn


Both of those scenes are super awesome. πŸ™‚

Captain Haddock Takes The Oars


Okay, I know this is Captain Haddock’s theme, but I always hum it while I’m writing about Cobalt. The clumsy, funny, ocean-going person music I guess. πŸ˜›

Sorry, Captain.
Sorry, Captain.

The Adventures of Tintin


Escape From The Karaboujan


Those are probably the most neutral “adventure scene” music pieces in the soundtrack. I’ve used those quite a lot as a sort of backup.

Return to Marlinspike Hall

The Adventure Continues


Those are seriously back-to-back in the movie. And are totally awesome ending songs.


Hope you enjoyed listening to some Tintin music!

Have you seen the movie? Listened to the soundtrack before?

Either way, how’d you like it?

Please comment!


7 thoughts on “Tintin Writing Music

  1. Yayyy someone else who read all the Tintin books before the movie came out. =D I’ve actually never even considered I could use its soundtracks for writing music — I must now, though.

  2. i have seen the movie and I two like the sound track, my favorite would have to be “the adventure continues” so good! btw did you get my email? I sent it to the Etsy shop email address, it’s a prayer request for my dad a bit to personal for the comments. Hope to hear back from you. πŸ™‚

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