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Disney's Fantasia/2000: The Music

Composers

Paul Dukas ("L'apprenti Sorcier")

Sir Edward Elgar ("Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1")

George Gershwin ("Rhapsody in Blue")

Dmitri Shostakovich ("Piano Concerto No. 2")

Ludwig Van Beethoven ("Fifth Symphony in C Minor, Opus 67")

Ottorino Respighi ("The Pines of Rome")

Camille Saint-Saens ("The Carnival of the Animals")

Igor Stravinsky ("The Firebird")

 

"James Levine and London's 120-piece Philharmonia Orchestra perform at Fantasia 2000's world premiere on December 17 at Carnegie Hall in New York City. Following Carnegie Hall performances on December 18 and 19, the Philharmonia will jet-set to accompany screenings at Royal Albert Hall in London (Dec. 21), Theatre des Champs-Elysees in Paris (Dec. 22), and Orchard Hall in Tokyo (Dec. 27). The orchestra, conducted by Derrick Inouye, performs at a New Year's Eve concert and screening at Pasadena Civic Auditorium (for information, call 818-238-1095). On January 1, Fantasia 2000 begines four months of engagements at IMAX theaters in advance of its general release in July." From Disney Magazine, Fall 1999.

 

The Fantasia 2000 Soundtrack

 Disney's Fantasia 2000 Collector's Edition CD

 Disney's Fantasia 2000 Soundtrack

 Collector's Edition

 Feature Soundtrack
Now Available

Collector's CD + Coin

 

FANTASIA/2000 NEWS | FANTASIA/2000 PRODUCTION | FANTASIA/2000 CREW | FANTASIA/2000 MUSIC |
FANTASIA/2000 LINKS | SYMPHONY NO. 5 | THE PINES OF ROME | RHAPSODY IN BLUE | THE STEADFAST TIN SOLDIER |
CARNIVAL OF THE ANIMALS | THE SORCERER'S APPRENTICE | POMP AND CIRCUMSTANCE | THE FIREBIRD SUITE