EST. 2009

September 15, 2010

That Fantastic Fanstasia













A PERFECT MARRIAGE OF SOUND AND PICTURE. I revisit an old favorite only to fall in love with it again. Only this time, I fall in love more deeply, more maturely and with far richer understanding and appreciation.

A journey through abstract shapes and color, living broomsticks, ice-skating fairies, dinosoars, centaurs, mythological gods and creatures, dancing mushrooms, Russian plants, twinkle-toed hippopotami and terrifying demons, played against marvelous classical pieces such as Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring and Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Suite, all ending in a glorious dusky Ave Maria by Schubert.

Moving sound. Moving picture. Moving me.

Love!

Walt Disney's Fantasia, 1940. Featuring Leopold Stokowski and The Philadelphia Orchestra. Narrated by Deems Taylor.

COMMENTS

J. Andrade said...

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