German website Cinema Musica has posted the first audio samples from the original soundtrack album for The Adventures of Tintin. Visit this page to listen to the samples (18 tracks in total) or click on the YouTube player below.

Here’s Google’s translation of the text from the website:

The first seconds of the new Williams are here!

Cinema Musica is very pleased with Sony Music, the exclusive First Listen to John Williams’ highly anticipated new film score for The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn (2011) to present.

The dream team of John Williams and Steven Spielberg returns in just over three weeks with their latest strike back: The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn (2011). As a producer on board is the way Peter Jackson Lord of the Rings.

Since 2005, Williams set to music except for Steven Spielberg films any more, which meant that the fans had to settle for almost six years with re-releases and the score of the fourth Indiana Jones movie. That according to the hype surrounding the latest Williams-composition to an action-adventure movie from Spielberg’s huge surprise, hardly. If the soundtrack (2011) Secret of the Unicorn to satisfy the enormous expectations?

Here each piece of a first, brief taste of new music from Williams’ pen and with his’ signature ‘in every second:

John Williams’ score for The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn (2011) appears likely on 28th October 2011 by Sony Music, and offers a good 60 minutes of music.

At this point, would the Cinema Musica sincere thanks to Mr. Martin Korn, classical music label manager, speak of SONY MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT (Switzerland) GmbH.