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"Music Behind the Magic" Tentative Event Schedule

Discussion in 'Archive' started by Greg Ehrbar, Oct 2, 2006.

  1. Greg Ehrbar

    Greg Ehrbar Member

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    ?DISNEY: THE MUSIC BEHIND THE MAGIC?
    EXPERIENCE MUSIC PROJECT in Seattle

    For more about EMP, visit
    http://www.emplive.org/exhibits/index.asp?...64&ccID=168

    To register for the Disney Music Convention, visit
    http://www.freewebtown.com/makeminemusic/l...gistration1.pdf

    Saturday, November 4, 10:15 am to 10:30 am
    Where: Exhibit entrance
    Event: Ribbon-cutting
    Description: EMP officials, Disney executives, and Mickey Mouse are part of a ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially open the exhibit to the general public.

    Saturday, November 4, 11:30 AM to 1 PM
    Where: JBL Theater
    Event: Panel Discussion: Walt Disney Records: Then & Now
    Description Greg Ehrbar, author of MouseTracks: The Story of Walt Disney Records, moderates a panel discussing the label?s start as Disneyland Records and its evolution over the last 50 years. Panelists include Walt Disney Records producer and historian Randy Thornton; Disney historian and artist Stacia Martin; WDR artist Ginny Tyler; and recording artist Marni Nixon. Followed by Q&A and book signing, featuring Ehrbar and Nixon, among others.

    Saturday, November 4, 1:30 PM to 3 PM
    Where: EMP Retail Store
    Event: Book Signing
    Description: Four-author book signing: Greg Ehrbar, author of MouseTracks: The Story of Walt Disney Records; Marni Nixon, author the memoir, I Could Have Sung All Night; Jeff Kurtti, author of several Disney-related books, including Disney Dossiers: Files of Character from the Disney Casting Department; and Robert Tieman of the Disney Archives, author of The Disney Keepsakes, The Disney Experience, and The Disney Treasures.

    Saturday, November 4, 4 PM to 5:30 pm
    Where: JBL Theater
    Event: The Legacy of Disney Music
    Description: Exhibit curator Jasen Emmons moderates a panel of four Disney music experts discussing the role of music in Disney?s success and the qualities that have made it so popular and timeless. Panelists include Disney historians Les Perkins and Paula Sigman Lowery; Jeff Kurtti, Creative Director of the Walt Disney Museum; and Robert Tieman, Disney Archivist.
    Audience: General public, National Fantasy Fan Club (NFFC) members, and EMP/SFM members

    SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5
    The following events are part of the NFFC weekend event (additional events others are in the planning stages):

    Sunday, November 5, 10:00 am to 4pm
    Where: Level 3
    Event: NFFC Sale
    Description: Disney collectors sell memorabilia to raise money for Children?s Hospital toys.
    Audience: National Fantasy Fan Club (NFFC) members and EMP/SFM members

    Sunday, November 5, 12 pm to 1:00 pm
    Where: JBL Theater
    Event: Disney Music in the Theme Parks
    Description: Walt Disney Records producer and historian Randy Thornton gives a presentation about the role of music in the Disney theme parks and talks about the 2005 box set A Musical History of Disneyland.
    Audience: General public, National Fantasy Fan Club (NFFC) members, and EMP/SFM members

    Sunday, November 5, 2 PM to 3 PM
    Where: JBL Theater
    Event: Behind the Scenes of Disney Music
    Description: Exhibit curator Jasen Emmons shares excerpts of filmed interviews with Disney artists and experts, including Richard Sherman, Phil Collins, Alan Menken, Leonard Maltin, Thomas Schumacher, and others talking about different aspects of Disney music. Followed by a question-and-answer session.
    Audience: General public, National Fantasy Fan Club (NFFC) members, and EMP/SFM members

    PLUS!
    Sunday presentations may also include a rare look at Disney record artwork, never-before-heard songs that DID NOT end up in classic films, and a salute to Disney voice actors.

    All appearances, entertainment and events are subject to change without notice.
     
  2. makeminemusic

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    Thanks for posting Greg!

    One note of clarification...

    We are renting the tables to the Disneyana sellers to raise money for Children's Toy drive. The sellers will keep thier profits.

    Early entry for event registrars - 9am The sale will be open to the public 10am -4pm.

    Level 3 room in the EMP/SCI-Fi museum - has massive flying saucer model used in movie "The Day the Earth Stood Still", police car from "Blade Runner" and huge model from "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea". This will be a fun place to be!!!

    Ken :)
     
  3. Greg Ehrbar

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    Latest bulletin:
    The wonderful Stacia Martin has graciously agreed to create a colorful presentation on the art and artists of Walt Disney Records. Legendary Disney artists like Mary Blair, Art Riley, Paul Wenzel, X Atencio, Peter Ellenshaw, Al Dempster and many more have created magnificent drawings, paintings and art direction for Disney albums over the last 50 years. Don't miss perhaps your only opportunity to see these artists recognized!

    Stacia's presentation will take place on Sunday, November 5, with time to be determined.
     
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    Is there a track listing for this new CD set? The art is on Amazon, but no tracks...
     
  5. makeminemusic

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    A Change of note!! We are not having the Disneyana sale on Sunday.

    We are looking to add 2 more presentations, all in the Level 3 room of the SCI-FI Museum as stated above. Not much time for anything else!

    Ken
     
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    Well, - - other than the Wellingtons cut, it looks like the same old greatest hits stuff - and a few icky tween tracks. How about a Disneyland/Vista rare track compilation, gang?

    http://www.spafax.com/american/index.php?c...c&year=2006

    Disney Chorus - Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf
    Adriana Caselotti - Someday My Prince Will Come
    Cliff Edwards - When You Wish Upon A Star
    Cliff Edwards - Give A Little Whistle
    Betty Noyes - Baby Mine
    Disney Chorus - Little April Shower
    James Baskett - Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah
    Ilene Woods - A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes
    Ilene Woods/Mike Douglas - So This Is Love
    The Judd Conlon Chorus - The Second Star to the Right
    The Wellingtons -The Ballad of Davy Crockett
    The Original Mousketeers- Mickey Mouse March
    Peggy Lee - He's A Tramp
    Peggy Lee - The Siamese Cat Song
    Mary Costa - Once Upon A Dream
    Bill Lee - Cruella DeVil
    Hayley Mills - Let's Get Together
    Annette Funicello/The Beach Boys- The Monkey's Uncle
    Disney Children's Chorus - It's A Small World
    Julie Andrews/Dick Van Dyke- Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
    Julie Andrews - A Spoonful of Sugar
    Disney Chorus - Winnie The Pooh
    Ed Gilbert - The Wonderful Thing About Tiggers
    The Melomen - Yo Ho! (A Pirate?s Life For Me)
    The Melomen - Grim Grinning Ghosts
    Louis Prima/Phil Harris - I Wan?na Be Like You
    Angela Eggleston - Ducks Dance, Too
    Samuel E. Wright - Under The Sea
    Jodi Benson - Part of Your World
    Gary Beach - Be Our Guest
    Angela Lansbury - Beauty and the Beast
    Brad Kane/Lea Salonga - A Whole New World
    Danny Elfman - What's This?
    Carmine Twille/ Lebo M - Circle of Life
    Nathan Lane & Ernie Sabella - Hakuna Matata
    Samuel E. Wright and Ensemble - They Live in You
    Judy Kuhn - Colors of the Wind
    Randy Newman - You've Got A Friend In Me
    Paul Kandel, David Ogden Stiers, Tony Jay & ChorusBells of Notre Dame
    Susan Egan - I Won't Say (I'm in love)
    Lea Salonga - Reflection
    Phil Collins - Strangers Like Me
    Sarah McLachlan - When She Loved Me
    Mark Keali'I Ho'omalu / Kamehameha -Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride
    Hilary Duff - Why Not?
    The Cheetah Girls - Cheetah Sisters
    Zac Efron Get'cha - Head In the Game
    Brad Paisley- Find Yourself
    Jimmie Dodd and the Mouseketeers - Mickey Mouse Club Alma Mater
     
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    Ken or Greg, do you have any more information on the Friday night reception (is it still happening?).

    ----- Friday night is now the special preview opening party, so make sure you arrive in time to attend! Starts at 6pm in the EMP Sky Theater. Special preview of the exhibit. Special guest music by WDR artist ( I'll let you know who when confirmed ). -----
     
  9. makeminemusic

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    Trent,

    Friday Nov 3rd exhibit preview and party from 6-9pm. Those who sent in registration will have a ticket waiting at the NFFC reception deck inside the group entrance of the EMP.

    Preview of exhibit - "Disney: The Music Behind the Magic"

    Musical performance by Jodi Benson.

    Special guest - Mickey Mouse.

    Lot of activities and food too!


    Ken
     

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