Episode 19 “Snow Angels” s01e19

Penny – Hanni El Khatib

Episode 18 “Déjà Vu All Over Again” s01e18

Line of Fire – Junip
End of the episode.
24 Caprices for Solo Violin, Op. 1: Caprice in C Major, Op. 1, No. 11 – Midori
at the beginning

Episode 17 “Possibility Two” s01e17

New Alphabet – Eels
sherlock trapping the bee
La vieille chanteuse – Claire Diterzi
sherlock trying to figure out molecules
Subway 101 – Dr. Jawn & Manny Fly & Mad Dog Sly
Crafty Party – Gert Wilden
Prelude In B Minor, Op. 28, No. 6 – Jeremiah Jones

Episode 16 “Details” s01e16

Exit for Sale – Dr. Dog
End of the episode: Watson throws a ball into Holmes’ face.
No Man Is an Island (Losers Theme) – Losers
Holmes is practicing his shooting in the house.

Episode 15 “A Giant Gun, Filled with Drugs” s01e15

Forty Five – Bootstraps
End of the episode.
Escape Artist – Zoe Keating
Watson and Rhys in the bathroom

Episode 14 “The Deductionist” s01e14

Bom Bom (Radio Edit) – Sam and the Womp
Opening scene
Square Circles – Moon Taxi ((ft. Matisyahu)
End of episode.
Hand of Doom (Live) – Black Sabbath
Ennis is unloaded at the hospital for surgery

Episode 13 “The Red Team” s01e13

Broken – Jake Bugg
Final Scene

Episode 12 “M.” s01e12

Me and the Devil – Gil Scott Heron
Holmes is taking down the crime scene pictures , and replaces them with a single piece of white paper with name Moriarty spelled out in black marker .

Episode 11 “Dirty Laundry” s01e11

Arise, Awake – Paul Banks
End of the episode. Watson tells Holmes that she took another job.

Episode 10 “The Leviathan” s01e10

Shine a Light – The Rolling Stones
Sherlock shows Joan and her mother the news of the returned Pieta painting
Medicate Or Stimulate – Minutes Til Midnight
At the beginning, during the vault heist.
Symphony No.9 In D Minor, Op. 125 “Choral”: Ode to Joy – London Symphony Orchestra & Josef Krips
Sherlock basking at 3 in the morning after dinner with Watson’s family
Scenes of Childhood: I. of Foreign Lands and People – Evelyne Dubourg
Sherlock plays on the piano at the crime scene

Episode 9 “You Do It To Yourself” s01e09

The Long Haul – No
Sherlock and Watson sit on a bench, waiting on her ex to show up for rehab. They both know he’s not coming but decide to wait 10 more minutes regardless.

Episode 8 “The Long Fuse” s01e08

Calm the Storm – Graffiti6
At the end
Money for the Weekend (Pocket Full of Shame) – Alberta Cross
before the Bomb goes off, the music playing in the background in the office of the victims

Episode 7 “One Way to Get Off” s01e07

Feather On the Clyde – Passenger
as Sherlock told Watson about Irene’s death.
Feather On the Clyde (Acoustic) – Passenger
at the end of the episode when holmes is talking about irene
The Murder – Bernard Herrmann
sherlocks ringtone on his cell phone

Episode 6 “Flight Risk” s01e06

Screen (iTunes Session) – Brad
At end of episode when Watson says the name “Irene”
We Insist – Zoe Keating
When Sherlock begins to piece together the murder victim wasn’t on the plane after all.

Episode 5 “Lesser Evils” s01e05

Travelin’ On – Norah Jones
End of episode, when Sherlock said Joan was quite a doctor, and Joan was watching her photos when in hospital on her iPad and then deleted them all.

Episode 4 “The Rat Race” s01e04

The Silver Lining – Gold Leaves
end scene

Episode 3 “Child Predator” s01e03

Escape Artist – Zoe Keating
Right before Sherlock and Joan come down the stairs with boxes; Sherlock reveals who they thought was the balloon man is, in fact, not.
Outta My System – My Morning Jacket
Closing song.
The Path – Zoe Keating
Right before it’s announced they got a hit on their BOLO.

Episode 2 “While You Were Sleeping” s01e02

Bloodline – James Mathé
End of the episode.
The Path – Zoe Keating
Sherlock and Joan get into the elevator while sharing the bag of chips.
Optimist – Zoe Keating
‘Coma’s real’ scene.
Partita No. 2 in D Minor for Solo Violin, BWV 1004: Chaconne – Conrad von der Goltz
The violin piece Sherlock plays at the end of the episode
Only Games Feat. Aoka – Castlebed
The song playing in the background as Watson meets her ex in the bar
Partita No. 2 for Violin in D Minor, BWV 1004: III. Sarabande – Hilary Hahn
The violin piece Sherlock plays at the end.

Episode 1 “Pilot” s01e01

Optimist – Zoe Keating
Joan gets the call to go to Sherlock’s; Sherlock dresses, later when Joan reviews the files back at the aparment
Legions (Aftermath) – Zoe Keating
Opening with the slow motion of the woman being murdered
Young Blood – The Naked and Famous
Joan wakes up, goes running
We Insist – Zoe Keating
Joan and Sherlock get off the subway and walk on the street
The Path – Zoe Keating
Sherlock on the roof
Watching the Detectives – Elvis Costello
Ending song

Elementary Songs, by episode


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