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Bridgerton Season 2 Soundtrack

Songs:  44  | Scene descriptions: 54 timelines  |  Airing date: Finished  |  Episodes: 8  |  Last episode: 25 March 2022
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The soundtrack to Bridgerton Season 2 music, view and listen to all the songs from the 2022 tv show, listed by episode, with scene descriptions and timelines, entire tracklist from the TV series.
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Bridgerton Season 2 Episode 8

Season 2 • Episode 1: ‘Capital R Rake’ (S02E01)

25 March 2022
8 songs

Bridgerton Opening Credits / Main Title Theme
2. Sharpening My Knives – Kris Bowers
[0:07′] After the Queen receives the latest issue from Lady Whistledown; Penelope changes her clothes and goes to the printer to negotiate.
3. Stay Away – Vitamin String Quartet
[0:11′] After Anthony asks his mother for her ring, he goes on several dates but none of them is successful.
4. Material Girl – Kris Bowers
[0:27′] Lady Danbury and the girls arrive at the event and she starts telling them about the single men there; The Queen arrives and Lady Danbury introduces her to Lady Mary Sharma and her daughters.
5. Allegro Brilliante – Heinrich Amminger & Mozarteum Quartet Salzburg
[0:30′] A lot of ladies flock to invite Lord Bridgerton to the dance; Portia is unable to believe that Lady Mary is there.
6. Accidental Eavesdropping – Kris Bowers
[0:35′] Kate Sharma observes Lord Bridgerton while dancing with other girls.
7. Diamonds – Hannah V, Joe Rodwell
[0:55′] At the ball, Queen Charlotte scans the young girls in the room and tries to decide who to name her diamond.
8. Bridgerton (End Credits Theme) – Kris Bowers
Ending credits

Season 2 • Episode 2: ‘Off to the Races’ (S02E02)

25 March 2022
4 songs

1. A Gift For Edwina – Kris Bowers
[0:30′] Lord Bridgerton brings Edwina a horse with a red bow around its neck as a gift and is disappointed to find out that she prefers small pets that she can carry in her arms.
2. Duet For Violin And Cello In D Major, Hob.VI:D1: III. Allegro – Maria Zs. Szabo
[0:35′] Edwina and Penelope admire each other’s dresses.
3. Come With Me – Kris Bowers
[0:42′] Lord Bridgerton realizes that he can’t lie, he throws away the poem and tells everyone that he is a practical man that doesn’t care about pretty words, but that action speaks louder.
4. Bridgerton (End Credits Theme) – Kris Bowers
Ending credits

Season 2 • Episode 3: ‘A Bee in Your Bonnet’ (S02E03)

25 March 2022
5 songs

1. Lord Bridgerton Stung – Kris Bowers
[0:02′] Lord Bridgerton gets stung by a bee and dies while in the garden with Anthony.
2. Simon and Lady Danbury – Kris Bowers
[0:25′] Anthony helps Kate out of the mud, but they both fall and get dirty.
3. Game Over – Kris Bowers
[0:28′] Kate accidentally knocks the ball towards Anthony’s father’s memorial bench, so he declares the game over.
4. Miserable Together, Happy Apart – Kris Bowers
[0:38′] Daphne tells her brother about what real love should feel like.
5. Bridgerton (End Credits Theme) – Kris Bowers
Ending credits

Season 2 • Episode 4: ‘Victory’ (S02E04)

25 March 2022
8 songs

1. Haydn: String Quartet Op.76 No.3 ‘Emperor’ 3rd Mov.
[0:05′] As they greet the guests, Daphne and her mother talk about Anthony and Edwina.
2. Mein Herr Marquis From The ‘Fledermaus’ – J. Strauá & Gerhard Kanzian & Ed Lewis
[0:17′] Eloise and Penelope sit with the other young ladies and talk about their suitors and Lady Whistledown next publishes.
3. What You Saw Was A Lie – Kris Bowers
[0:24′] Marina tells Colin that she is not the woman that she used to be and he should move on.
4. Sofia – Askjell & iris Feat. AURORA
[0:25′] Kate and Anthony each sit in their beds and look at the ceiling while outside it’s raining; Kate gets up and goes to the library to get a book.
5. Hearts and Flowers Ball – Kris Bowers
[0:31′] The ball begins and Anthony asks Edwina for a dance.
6. String Quartet No. 21 in D Major, ‘Prussian’, K.575: IV. Allegretto – Jamie Argon, Arthur Tudor & Rory Marsden
[0:33′] Lord Morisson asks Eloise for a dance and she is not happy about it so she goes to bed soon after they start dancing; Kate watches Anthony dancing with her sister.
7. Dancing On My Own – Vitamin String Quartet
[0:38′] Anthony and Kate dance together at the ball and she tells him that once Edwina gets married, she is going to return to India.
8. Bridgerton (End Credits Theme) – Kris Bowers
Ending credits

Season 2 • Episode 5: ‘An Unthinkable Fate’ (S02E05)

25 March 2022
5 songs

1. Nothing Could Keep Me Away – Kris Bowers
[0:02′] Kate almost drops her cup of tea after having a flashback of her kiss with Anthony.
[0:40′] Anthony passes by Kate on his way to meet Edwina, his future bride.
2. Eloise & Theo – Kris Bowers
[0:19′] After Eloise attends an assembly in Bloomsbury, where she meets Theo again.
3. Not Far Enough- Kris Bowers
[0:44′] As Anthony and Kate set to kiss, he pulls away and points out that this marriage must not go ahead because he’ll spend the whole time thinking and dreaming of her rather than Edwina.
4. You Oughta Know – Duomo & Tomás Peire-Serrate
[0:51′] In the morning, Kate rides the horse and meets Anthony.
[0:54′] Kate insists on Anthony marrying her sister.
5. Bridgerton (End Credits Theme) – Kris Bowers
Ending credits

Season 2 • Episode 6: ‘The Choice’ (S02E06)

25 March 2022
6 songs

1. Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham – Kris Bowers
[0:02′] Edwina gets a traditional Indian massage with help from her sister; Anthony plays pool with his brothers.
2. Sign of the Times (Stripped) – Steve Horner
[0:17′] The wedding ceremony begins and Kate shows first, with Anthony watching on.
3. Miserable Together, Happy Apart – Kris Bowers
[0:57′] Edwina sends word for Anthony and Kate to meet together in the ceremony hall where she tells them what her decision is.
4. What About Us – Duomo
[0:59′] The guests leave the ceremony while gossiping about the wedding cancelation; Eloise meets with Teo and confesses her feelings for him.
5. To Wait – Kris Bowers
[1:01′] After Edwina leaves the ceremony hall, Kate and Anthony kiss.
6. Bridgerton (End Credits Theme) – Kris Bowers
Ending credits

Season 2 • Episode 7: ‘Harmony’ (S02E07)

25 March 2022
7 songs

1. The Real Work Begins – Kris Bowers
[0:22′] Kate and Anthony do their best to keep their distance from one another while Lady Danbury keeps an eye on them.
2. Sonatina In G – Andy Vale
[0:36′] Eloise opens the window as she finds the room suffocating when her mother mentions the Queen’s name; Eloise takes Penelope aside and tells her that she decided to out herself as Whistledown and lie.
3. 6 Ländlerische Tänze, K. 606 “Country Dances” – Capella Istropolitana & Paul Kantschieder
[0:39′] The Bridgeton ball begins but no guests arrive.
4. Choices – Kris Bowers
[0:45′] After the dance, Kate tries to talk to Edwina but she refuses; Kate goes outside in the garden and bumps into Anthony at the gazebo.
5. How Deep Is Your Love – Kiris Houston
[0:50′] After arguing, Anthony and Kate kiss passionately and then make love in the gazebo.
6. It’s My Fault – Kris Bowers
[1:01′] The next morning, Kate feels guilty so she rides out on her horse to escape; Anthony follows Kate and sees when she falls off her horse and hits her head.
7. Bridgerton (End Credits Theme) – Kris Bowers
Ending credits

Season 2 • Episode 8: ‘The Viscount Who Loved Me’ (S02E08)

25 March 2022
9 songs

1. It’s My Fault – Kris Bowers
[0:01′] Anthony grabs Kate in his arms and takes her home to ask for help.
2. String Quartet No. 19 In C Major, K. 465 “Dissonant”: IV. Allegro – Passionata Chamber Strings
[0:38′] The grand ball planned by Lady Featherington begins.
3. Arrival of the Queen of Sheba (Sting) – Daryl Neil Alexander Griffith
[0:39′] Anthony asks her mother to dance; Penelope listens to the others gossiping when Eloise arrives.
4. String Quartet No. 21 in D Major, ‘Prussian’, K.575: III. Menuetto – Jamie Argon, Arthur Tudor & Rory Marsden
[0:45′] Colin asks Penelope to dance with him and they confess that they are special to each other.
5. Wrecking Ball – Midnite String Quartet
[0:48′] Anthony dances with Kate at the ball.
6. I Love You – Kris Bowers
[1:01′] Anthony meets Kate in the garden and after they confess their love to each other, Anthony asks her to marry him.
7. It Has Been Said – Kris Bowers
[1:02′] During the fireworks show.
8. Newlyweds – Kris Bowers
[1:07′] Anthony and Kate join the others in the garden to play; at the end when they kiss.
9. Bridgerton (End Credits Theme) – Kris Bowers
Ending credits

Bridgerton Season 2 official OST album tracklist, original motion picture score.
Original release date: 25 March 2022
Label: Lakeshore Records
Original music composed by Kris Bowers
1. Sharpening My Knives
2. Accidental Eavesdropping
3. The Real Work Begins
4. A Gift For Edwina
5. Lord Bridgerton Stung
6. Game Over
7. A Country Visit
8. Hearts and Flowers Ball
9. Nothing Could Keep Me Away
10. They Are Betrothed
11. Eloise & Theo
12. Not Far Enough
13. To Wait
14. Happy Endings Don’t Exist
15. Choices
16. It’s My Fault
17. I Love You
18. It Has Been Said
19. Newlyweds
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4 thoughts on “Bridgerton Season 2 Soundtrack”

  1. Why is the beautiful music of the country dance in S02E7 missing here?? (starting at ca. 41:20). So many people said on YT how they loved the scene because there was so much joy and love among the family members and everyone involved. It’s actually one of the few dances which people could actually enjoy themselves, unlike most of the fabricated choreographies in the series. (The other being the dance where Edwina and Kate dance together at the final Featherington Ball in E8, 42:20).

  2. Thank you! I’ve been making a playlist, and it was bothering me that I wasn’t sure of the order. I really appreciate this.

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