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World Showcase BGM Listings from Disney - Part 1

Discussion in 'Disney Parks and Resorts' started by Horizons, Jul 14, 2006.

  1. Horizons

    Horizons Playlist Author

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    I recently contacted WDW asking for a listing of the songs played at the various locations within World Showcase. This is the message I received.

    The American Adventure Pavilion music

    Attraction

    "Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?" Lyrics by E. Y. Harburg, Music by Jay Gorney
    "Golden Dream" Lyrics by Randy Bright, Music by Robert Moline, Vocals by Rick
    Pages and Siedah
    Garrett
    "In the Days of '76" Public domain
    "New World Bound" Lyrics by F. X. Atencio, Music by Buddy Baker
    "Two Brothers" Lyrics/music by Irving Gordon, Vocals by Ali Olmo


    BACKGROUND SONG TITLE LIST

    The following songs can be heard in and around the Canada showcase at Epcot.
    They are listed
    alphabetically and do not necessarily represent the order of presentation.

    "Ah! Si Mon Moine Voulait Danser"
    "Beautiful"
    "Carefree Highway"
    "Chanson du 29 Fevrier"
    "Cotton Jenny"
    "Early Morning Rain"
    "Gens du Pays"
    "If You Could Read My Mind"
    "J'ai Plant? un Chene"
    "La Bastringue"
    "Marie Claire"
    "Mon Ami"
    "Porteau Blanc"
    "St. Adele P.Q."
    "Sur La Montagne"
    "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald"
    "Un Canadien Errant"
    "Until Its Time for You to Go"
    "V'la l'Bon Vent"

    "O CANADA!" SONG TITLE LIST

    The following songs can be heard in "O Canada!" They are listed alphabetically
    by title and do not
    necessarily represent the order of presentation.

    "Bluenose"
    Song by Stan Rogers
    Sung by Stan Rogers

    "Canada . . . You're a Lifetime Journey"
    Film score by Richard Clements
    Song by Robert Moline
    Sung by John Zov and Juanice Charmaine

    "Organ Prelude in D"
    Composed and performed by Pierre Grandmaison
    Recorded at the Notre Dame Cathedral

    "Vive la Canadienne"
    Traditional

    Other background musical scores were recorded at the Walt Disney Studios,
    Burbank, California.
     
  2. Dr. Know

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    Wow! Thanks so much for posting.


    Jim
     
  3. nelsonj3

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    Wow! Great job on getting this information. I'm surprised, but glad that they sent this to you. I've heard that they don't always answer these requests.
     
  4. gatordoc

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    My experience has also been that the cast members can be pretty helpful. I once asked the young lady staffing Impressions de France if she had any information about the music in the film, and she reached inside the podium and gave me a printed sheet with all the composers/titles in running order. :D
     
  5. mmmfan

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    I used to always ask cast members when would Disney release the soundtrack to Impressions de France.I guess they had a lot of requests because they finally put an edited version on the official CD. :)
     
  6. xfkirsten

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    On the Canada music, that is the list I originally had as well, but it is a bit incorrect - or rather, an incomplete description. In the course of running my site, I got an e-mail from someone on the tourism board in Canada with the official list. There's actually TWO loops - one played mainly in Le Celier, and the other is played in the mercantile/exterior/etc. That list also only includes the tracks by Edo Guitdotti, but there's a few other tracks that he didn't do that aren't included on that list (although the authors are unknown. This is what I was sent:

    Played in the exterior, Trading Post, Northwest Mercantile, and O Canada! Theater:

    1 Gens du Pays - Edo Guidotti
    2 Marie Claire - Edo Guidotti
    3 Canadian Boat Song
    4 Alberta Bound
    5 Early Morning Rain - Edo Guidotti
    6 The Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald - Edo Guidotti
    7 Cape St. Mary's
    8 Canada Is
    9 Sur La Montagne - Edo Guidotti
    10 Porteau Blanc


    Played in La Boutique Des Provinces/Le Cellier Steakhouse:

    1 Until It's Time For You To Go - Edo Guidotti
    2 Ah! Si Mon Moine Voulait Danser - Edo Guidotti
    3 If You Could Read My Mind - Edo Guidotti
    4 Sainte-Ad?le, P.Q. - Edo Guidotti
    5 Carefree Highway - Edo Guidotti
    6 ???
    7 Snowbird
    8 Chanson Du 29 F?vrier - Edo Guidotti
    9 V'la L'Bon Vent - Edo Guidotti
    10 Un Canadien Errant - Edo Guidotti
    11 La Bastringue - Edo Guidotti
    12 Medley: We'll Rant And We'll Roar - The Atlantic Guardian
    13 Canadian Railroad Trilogy
    14 Beautiful - Edo Guidotti
    15 Mon Ami -Edo Guidotti
    16 ??
    17 ??
    18 Cotton Jenny - Edo Guidotti
    19 J'ai Plant? Un Ch?ne - Edo Guidotti
     
  7. Disneys America

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    I think #10 on the exterior loop should be Proteau Blanc not Porteau Blanc.

    This is the same song but a different arrangement. Proteau Blanc
     

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