[Smt-talk] Fantasia/was Rite of Spring Animation

Stephen Jablonsky jablonsky at optimum.net
Sat May 25 21:24:10 PDT 2013

Almost as good as Fantasia is Fantasia 2000 made by Walt's nephew and the Disney gang.

Dr. Stephen Jablonsky, Ph.D.
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On May 25, 2013, at 1:22 AM, Nicolas Meeùs <nicolas.meeus at scarlet.be> wrote:

> Fantasia (the film) exists on DVD and is easily found for sale on Internet. It remains fascinating for both children and adults.
> Nicolas Meeùs
> University Paris-Sorbonne
> Le 24/05/2013 21:07, Nicole Biamonte a écrit :
>> The whole of Fantasia isn't up on YouTube, but various excerpts are.
>> In this clip, the instruments of the orchestra are introduced:
>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NTM48pwoXAo
>> And here's the animation for the Bach Toccata and Fugue in D minor. 
>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z4MQ7GzE6HY
>> Both of these (especially the fugue) have abstract animations of the music similar to (although not exactly the same as) those Judith describes.
>> All best,
>> Nicole
>> NicoleBiamonte
>> McGill University
>> nicole.biamonte at mcgill.ca
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