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Music of Disney: Legacy in Song

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Editorial Reviews

This is the most comprehensive of Disney collections, though the Classic Disney series is more up to date. Spread across three discs, the set features hits and forgotten favorites from movies, TV, and the parks (although more thorough work remains to be done in the last regard). Since the Disney catalog is in a state of constant change, this is the only place to get some songs that aren't currently available; these days it's a rare treat to hear "Cruella De Vil" from 101 Dalmations, "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah," from Song of the South, and Annette's theme from The Monkey's Uncle. A thick CD booklet is included, putting the songs in the context of Walt Disney's long, astounding career. --John Sanchez

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Turkey In the Straw: Steamboat Willie (1928) - Traditional
  2. Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Wolf?: Three Little Pigs (1933) - Pinto Colvig/Mary Moder/Dorothy Compton/Billy Bletcher
  3. Heigh-Ho: Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs (1937) - The Dwarf Chorus
  4. Whistle While You Work: Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs (1937) - Adriana Caselotti
  5. Someday My Prince Will come: Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs (1937) - Adriana Caselotti
  6. When You Wish Upon A Star: Pinocchio (1940) - Cliff Edwards
  7. Give A Little Whistle: Pinocchio (1940) - Cliff Edwards/Dickie Jones
  8. Dance Of The Reed Flutes: Fantasia (1940) - The Philadelphia Orch/Leopold Stokowski
  9. Baby Mine: Dumbo (1941) - Betty Noyes
  10. Love Is A Song: Bambi (1942) - Donald Novis
  11. Little April Shower: Bambi (1942) - Amy Lou Barnes/Sally Mueller/Mary Moder/Alice Sizer/Betty Bruce
  12. Saludos Amigos: Saludos Amigos (1943) - Disney Studio Chorus
  13. You Belong To My Heart: The Three Caballeros (1944) - Dora Luz
  14. Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah: Song Of The South (1946) - James Baskett
  15. Ev'rybody Has A Laughing Place: Song Of The South (1946) - James Baskett/Jesse Cryor/Johnny Lee/Nicodemus Stewart
  16. The Lord Is Good To Me: Melody Time (1946) - Dennis Day
  17. Lavender Blue (Dilly, Dilly): So Dear To My Heart (1946) - Burl Ives
  18. A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes: Cinderella (1950) - Ilene Woods
  19. Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo: Cinderella (1950) - Verna Felton/Ilene Woods/James McDonald
  20. I'm Late: Alice In Wonderland (1951) - Bill Thompson/Kathryn Beaumont
  21. The Unbirthday Song: Alice In Wonderland (1951) - Jerry Colonna/Ed Wynn/Kathryn Beaumont
  22. The Second Star To The Right: Peter Pan (1953) - The Jud Conlon Chor
  23. You Can Fly! You Can Fly! You Can Fly!: Peter Pan (1953) - Bobby Driscoll/Kathryn Beaumont/Paul Collins/Tommy Luske
  24. Bella Notte: Lady And The Tramp (1955) - Bill Hamlin/Oliver Wallace
  25. Once Upon A Dream: Sleeping Beauty (1959) - Mary Costa/Bill Shirley
  26. Cruella De Vil: 101 Dalmatians (1961) - Bill Lee/Lisa Davis/Ben Wright
  27. Higitus Figitus: The Sword In The Stone (1963) - Karl swenson/Ricky Sorenson

Disc: 2

  1. Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious: Mary Poppins (1964) - Julie Andrews/Dick Van Dyke/The Pearlie Chorus
  2. A Spoonful Of Sugar: Mary Poppins (1964) - Julie Andrews
  3. Chim Chim Cher-ee: Mary Poppins (1964) - Dick Van Dyke/Julie Andrews/Karen Dotrice/Matthew Garber
  4. Winnie The Pooh: Winnie The Pooh And The Honey Tree (1966) - Disney Studio Chorus
  5. The Bare Necessities: The Jungle Book (1967) - Phil Harris/Bruce Reitherman
  6. I Wan'na Be Like You: The Jungle Book (1967) - Louis Prima/Phil Harris/Bruce Reitherman
  7. The Aristocats: The Aristocats (1970) - Maurice Chavelier
  8. Ev'rybody Wants To Be A Cat: The Aristocats (1970) - Phil Harris/Scatman Crothers/Thurl Ravenscroft/Liz English
  9. The Age Of Not Believing: Bedknobs And Broomsticks (1971) - Angela Landsbury
  10. Nobody's Problems: Bedknobs And Broomsticks (1971) - Angela Landsbury
  11. Oo-De-Lally: Robin Hood (1973) - Roger Miller
  12. Someone's Waiting For You: The Rescuers (1977) - Shelby Flint
  13. Candle On The Water: Pete's Dragon (1977) - Helen Reddy
  14. Best Of Friends: The Fox And The Hound (1981) - Pearl Bailey
  15. Perfect Isn't Easy: Oliver & Company (1988) - Bette Midler
  16. Part Of Your World: The Little Mermaid (1989) - Jodi Benson
  17. Under The Sea: The Little Mermaid (1989) - Samuel E. Wright
  18. Kiss The Girl: The Little Mermaid (1989) - Samuel E. Wright
  19. Be Our Guest: Beauty And The Beast (1991) - Jerry Orbach/Angela Landsbury
  20. Beauty And The Beast: Beauty And The Beast (1991) - Angela Landsbury

Disc: 3

  1. A Whale Of A Tale: 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea (1954) - Kirk Douglas
  2. Old Yeller: Old Yeller (1957) - Jerome Courtland
  3. Pretty Irish Girl: Darby O'Gill And The Little People (1959) - Sean Connery
  4. The Parent Trap: The Parent Trap (1961) - Tommy Sands/Annette Funicello
  5. Castle In Spain: Babes In Toyland (1961) - Ray Bolger
  6. Enjoy It: In Search Of The Castaways (1962) - Maurice Chevalier/Hayley Mills
  7. On The Front Porch: Summer Magic (1963) - Burl Ives
  8. The Monkey's Uncle: The Monkey's Uncle (1965) - Annette Funicello
  9. That Darn Cat: That Darn Cat (1965) - Bobby Troup
  10. Fortuosity: The Happiest Millionaire (1967) - Tommy Steele
  11. Mickey Mouse Club March: The Mickey Mouse Club (1955) - The Mouseketeers
  12. I'm No Fool: The Mickey Mouse Club (1956) - Cliff Edwards
  13. You, The Human Animal: The Mickey Mouse Club (1956) - Cliff Edwards
  14. Mickey Mouse Club Alma Mater: The Mickey Mouse Club (1955) - The Mouseketeers/Jimmie Dodd
  15. Wonderful World Of Color (Main Title): Walt Disney's Wonderful World Of Color (1961) - The Wellingtons
  16. The Spectrum Song: Walt Disney's Wonderful World Of Color (1961) - Paul Frees
  17. The Ballad Of Davy Crockett: Davy Crockett (1955) - The Mellomen
  18. The Swamp Fox: The Swamp Fox (1959) - Leslie Nielsen
  19. The Wonderful World Of Disney (Main Tittle): The Wonderful World Of Disney (1968) - George Burns
  20. Zorro: Zorro (1957) - The Mellomen
  21. Strummin' Song: Walt Disney's Wonderful World Of Color (1961) - Annette Funicello
  22. Mister Piano Man: The Goldern Horeseshoe Review (1962) - Annette Funicello
  23. Duck Tales Theme: Duck Tales (1990) - Jeff Pescetto
  24. Tale Spin Theme: Tail Spin (1990) - Jim Gilstrap
  25. Meet Me Down On Main Street: Disneyland (1956) - The Mellomen
  26. The Tiki, Tiki, Tiki Room: Disneyland (1963) - Wally Boag/Fulton Burley/Thurl Ravenscroft/The Mellomen
  27. It's A Small World (After All): New York World's Fair (1964) - The Disneyland Chorus
  28. Yo, Ho (A Pirate's Life For Me): Disneyland (1967) - The Mellomen
  29. There's A Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow: New York World's Fair (1964) - Rex Allen
  30. Golden Dream: EPCOT Center (1982) - Richard Page/Marti McCall
  31. Main Street Electrical Parade: Disneyland (1979) - Jean Jacques Perrey/Gershon Kingsley

Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 17, 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Label: Walt Disney Records
  • ASIN: B000001MAM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #59,681 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Customer Reviews

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Bruce Aguilar on January 24, 2002
Format: Audio CD
This expansive and detailed collection of Disney music is the best out there. I've had mine since it came out in 1991, and I can't tell you how many times I've played each of it's three CD's!
CD 1 starts off with the first Disney song in a cartoon, 'Turkey in the Straw' from Steamboat Willie and travels through the years (and 27 tracks) to The Sword and the Stone with 'Higitus Figitus'. Along the way films such as Pinocchio, Fantasia, Melody Time, Song of the South, Treasure Island and Sleeping Beauty are covered.
CD 2 picks things up in 1962 with 'Supercalifraglisticexpialidocious', and runs through 20 tracks to 1991's 'Beauty and the Beast'. No rare songs are included on this disc, but a song or two from each animated film made in this time period is nothing to balk at.
CD 3 heads in a new direction (that of live action, cartoon series and the Theme Parks) and serves up many gems and rarely heard recordings. Some of the 31 tracks included are; 'Enjoy It', 'The Ballad of Davy Crockett', 'Mister Piano Man' sung by Annette Funicello, the 'DuckTales Theme', 'Meet Me Down on Main Street', and the entire score for the 'Main Street Electrical Light Parade'!
This set goes one step further by including a 60-page book that illustrates with words, and many full color pictures, Disney's musical legacy and packs it in a record sized keep-sake box. Much of the information in the book is enlightening and it does a superb job of giving backstory to the creation of the songs included. I've refrenced it many times and have always found it helpful.
Yes, this set doesn't include songs from Toy Story, Tarzan or any of the more recent Disney offerings, but remember it was made in 1991. No matter though, over 10 years later, it's still the best and most comprehensive collection to date and believe me, I have enough Disney recordings to know! It's IMPOSSIBLE to be disappointed by this collection!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 4, 1998
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The Music of Disney: A Legacy In Song is one of the strongest complilations of Disney music to date. The box set offers a sampling of timeless classics such as It's A Small World (After All), Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah and Someday My Prince Will Come. Not to be missed are some lesser known treasures including The Swamp Fox and Fortuosity. The box set features songs from theme park attractions, animated movies and cartoon shorts. With seventy-seven songs to choose from children and adults alike will be entertained for over twenty hours. The arrangement of songs also adds to the uniqueness of The Music of Disney: A Legacy In Song. Medolies of songs are arranged to compliment each other. Theme park songs are arranged fairly close together to allow an even flow throughout the cd. You will find no choppy arrangements in this compilation. Another feature that impressed me was the value of the box set. With the typical cd ranging from $12.99 to $18.99 for ten songs, it is a great valu! e to find almost eighty songs for about forty dollars. The title of this piece is correct in its wording of "A Legacy In Song." It indeed serves as a timeline of Disney music. I highly recommend The Music of Disney: A Legacy In Song to children of all ages. Its a way to bring home the magic of Disney into your own living room.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Johnny Heering on October 23, 2008
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This is a three disc box set of Disney music. The first two discs feature music from Disney cartoons, or live action films that featured animated sequences. The third disc features music from Disney live action films, television shows and theme parks. The songs from before the mid 1950s include whatever sound effects or dialogue that appeared in the film while the song was playing, sometimes to the detriment of the song. There are songs from almost every Disney animated film up to 1991, including the films the didn't have any good songs. But most of the songs are quite good, or at least fun to listen to for nostalgia's sake. If you are a Disney fan, you will enjoy this a lot.
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I have this collection on cassette and I plan to buy the CD's. I love this set because it spans the history of Disney's wonderful songbook of music. Where else can you hear the Swamp Fox theme or Sean Connery singing Pretty Irish Girl? I am a total Disney fan and I would recommend this set to anyone who loves Disney or wants to show their kids Disney's amazing history in song. The one drawback is that it does not include the music from the last decade or so...but, that's okay because there are several good Disney CD's out there that do. Ultimate Disney volumes 1-3 actually. I think that is what it is called...Anyway, such a great variety of music here.
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This version of "Disney in song" has numerous songs never before released, then or now. I purchased one during first release in the 90's and just purchased another one for a family member who also loves (and remembers) many of these older songs from film and from Disneyland. If you love all that is Disney, pick this "box" up. It is a "Legacy in Song". It also comes with a "history' book of how and why Disney picked the songs they do, and the writers and musicians that created such memorable songs.
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You can consider this Disney's Greatest Hits through 1992. Most of the classics are here, noticeably rare and beloved classics like The Lord Is Good To Me, The Bare Necessities, Candle On The Water, Davy Crockett and There's A Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow. The most missed classics are probably some choice tunes from Fantasia and The Jungle Book. There could have easily been a 4th disc, but I suppose they remastered what they felt were the best selections at the time. A good deal for the long-time Disney fan.
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