For other uses, see Singapore (disambiguation)

"Singapore" is a musical theme composed and conducted by Hans Zimmer for Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End. It appears as track two on the film's soundtrack, at 3:40 in length.

The track incorporates ethnic Asian instruments, and introduces Sao Feng's signature theme on a solo erhu. It also includes a harpsichord and orchestra version of Lord Cutler Beckett's theme (01:05), and moves into an action sequence before dying down and presenting a short statement of the "Foghorn Theme" from Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (02:02). Jack Sparrow's theme from "The Medallion Calls" and "You Look Good Jack" follows in an upbeat, adventerous refrain accompanied by a choir (02:50), and his second theme, "Jack Sparrow", ends the track (03:24).

The first segment accompanies the action set in and around Sao Feng's Singapore bath house. Jack Sparrow's theme heralds his appearance to his crew on the shore of Davy Jones' Locker.

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