Marvel’s WandaVision is in many ways a tribute to sitcoms past, and the music plays a huge role in taking us through the different decades.

Disney revealed today fans will be able to revisit the sound of WandaVision each week. The original score and theme songs can be streamed now from all the major digital music platforms.

The score for episodes one and two come from composer Christophe Beck (Frozen 2, Ant-Man and the Wasp). The original theme songs are by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez (Frozen).

As WandaVision drifts through different eras, expect the music to change with the series.

“For each era, the music is a loving homage to the sitcom scores typical of the time period,” said Beck. “This involved not only the instrumentation, but also the composition style.”   

According to Beck, the WandaVision score features instruments typical of the era for each episode. The sounds were also recorded using period-specific recording and mixing techniques to add to the authentic feel.

The first two episodes of the series bring to mind the 50s and 60s. The first episode theme evokes the dawn of television.

“We wanted to have an optimistic group of voices singing jazzily (though not too jazzily!) about the love between these two — and the main question of the first episode, whether two Avengers in love can pass for normal in a typical American suburb,” said Anderson-Lopez.

In contrast, Lopez described the second episode’s theme as “flirtier.”

“We decided to put lots of raunchy trombones commenting, and in one part we also used my favorite ’60s keyboard sound, the RMI Rock-si-chord—a sort of electric organ harpsichord sound,” said Lopez.

Fans can expect the WandaVision music from each episode to stream digitally one week after the original air date.

So, what do you think about WandaVision’s shifting themes so far? Let us know in the comments.

Source: Disney