Music And The Mouse

Feature

Friday, October 09, 2009

From Snow White to Hannah Montana, the Disney company knows how to use music to capture the hearts (and cash) of generations of kids. And those songs lead to theme park rides and Broadway shows. Studio 360's Eric Molinsky looks into how Disney used music to build its empire.

    Music Playlist
  1. Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf
    Artist: Frank Churchill
    Album: Disney's Greatest Hits Vol. 3
    Label: Walt Disney Records
    Purchase: Amazon
  2. Someday My Prince Will Come
    Artist: Larry Morey and Frank Churchill
    Album: Snow White Soundtrack remastered (Disney 2001)
    Label: Walt Disney Records
    Purchase: Amazon
  3. Sorcerer's Apprentice
    Artist: Leopold Stokowski
    Album: Fantasia Soundtrack remastered (Disney, 2001)
    Label: Walt Disney Records
    Purchase: Amazon
  4. Mickey Mouse Theme
    Artist: The Mickey Mouse Club
    Album: TV Guide Top Television Themes
    Label: Warner Brothers Record
    Purchase: Amazon
  5. Tall Paul
    Artist: Richard and Bob Sherman
    Album: The Best of Annette
    Label: Disney International
    Purchase: Amazon
  6. Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
    Artist: Richard and Bob Sherman
    Album: Mary Poppins remastered
    Label: Walt Disney Records
    Purchase: Amazon
  7. It's a Small World
    Artist: Richard and Bob Sherman
    Album: Disney Presents "It's A Small World" (Disney, 1965)
    Label: Disneyland
    Purchase: Amazon
  8. Rockstar
    Artist: Hannah Montana
    Album: Hannah Montana, Vol 1
    Label: Hollywood Records
    Purchase: Amazon
  9. Burnin' Up
    Artist: Jonas Brothers
    Album: A Little Bit Longer
    Label: Hollywood Records
    Purchase: Amazon

Contributors:

Eric Molinsky

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