Week 7 - Friday
Music Business and Recording
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Disney's Fantasia LIVE in Concert with the Czech National Symphony Orchestra
In 1940 Walt Disney created a series of animated stories to compliment the great musical scores of long ago, and then his nephew, Roy Disney in 2000 did the same. They used musical scores such as: Beethoven's Symphony No. 5, Stravinsky's Firebird
Suite, Saint Saens Carnival of the of the Animals, Tchaikovsky's The Nutcraker Suite, Respighi's Pines of Rome, Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance, and of course the famous Sorcerer's Apprentice by Paul Dukas featuring Mickey Mouse and his buckets and
What was most thrilling was to see how the musical score exactly lined up with the animation. They even took some rhythmic liberties with some pieces, especially The Nutcracker Suite, it was interesting. To me it gave the feeling of what it
is really like when a composer works with a live orchestra to create a musical score of a movie (well the finished product), but it was really neat. The Czech Orchestra was really good too, especially their string section! If you ever have an opportunity to see
something like this, a movie with LIVE musical accompaniment I highly recommend it!