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Out of print in the U.S.! Digitally remastered soundtrack to the classic 1951 Disney animated feature-length film. Still one of Disney's most popular cartoons, the story of Alice and her fantastic trip through Wonderland remains as enchanting 50+ years later as it did when it was first released. The soundtrack contains all the spirited sing-a-longs and outstanding musical score. Features 'I'm Late', 'We're Not Waxworks', 'Very Good Advice' and many others. Disney.

Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 19, 2006)
  • Format: Soundtrack, Import
  • ASIN: B000H7JDIG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,713,446 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
I am a HUGE and discriminating Alice in Wonderland fan.
The music is lively and well produced. Lots of classical tunes and sounds.
Tina Majorino as "Alice" sings several songs including "Cherry Ripe" and "Will you won't you join the dance." Her voice is clear and true. She is a wonderful character as Alice and her voice is wonderful to listen to. All the songs are well written & colorful - this gives her a wonderful foundation to work with.
Martin Short sings several songs as he portrays the Mad Hatter. His songs include, "Twinkle, twinkle little bat," and "Auntie's Wooden Leg." His songs are whimsical and easy and fun to listen to. He has a voice that has so much humor in it, it's wonderful to sit and smile & sing along with.
A few of the tunes are marches - appropriate for the cards and Queen entrances. Classic marching songs. Wonderfully done and easy to visualize cards marching.
My favorite tunes (in addition to the ones above) include: "What Am I going to talk about?" by Mr. Mouse, "The Main Title," "Beautiful Soup" by the Griffon & the Mock Turtle.
I highly recommend this CD to every Alice in Wonderland Fan!
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A Kid's Review on September 2, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I liked the alice in wonderland cd because the music is great.
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The TV movie was well made, even though I thought it was a bit... off the wall? The music, however, is what really saved this thing from being pure camp. I am not too familliar with this composer, but I will certainly be keeping my eyes and ears peeled for him in the near future. The people that made this movie are also the same people that made the excellent Merlin and Gulliver's Travels. Both of these were wonderfully scored by Trevor Jones (I highly recommend those two soundtracks) and this continues the high standard set by those two. Beautiful and delicate orchestra accompanied by choir, sometimes it sounds like some of Danny Elfman's quieter music form Edward Scissorhands, but I don't mean to imply anything negatively. A generous 70 minutes of score with maybe five minutes worth of (sorry) god-awful songs. Thanks to re-use fees and all that: Since this was recorded over in London, Varese Sarabande was able to put out the complete 70 minutes of score. If this had been recorded in the U.S. we might have seen maybe 30 minutes. Thank God this was recorded in London! This gorgeous music is my very early pick for one of the scores of the year. This is another example of music being so good that it elevates its movie to a new level. A must have!
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This is one of, if not my favorite soundtrack. I couldn't believe when I saw it on Amazon. I didn't even know it existed! Needless to say, I bought the hell out of it. It is wonderful, with a whopping 40 tracks! The only thing I was disappointed with is that the songs with the actors singing are different versions from those in the movie. Very sad. But still an amazing soundtrack. Buy it!
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I have heard this CD and found it excellent! I also have a VHS and enjoy it. I really like Alice in Wonderland and the CD I have got this time makes me a greater fan. I really recommend you to listen to the music.
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