The "Fountain" loop, as it's known, was composed and performed by David Tolley, a Canadian musician. It was done specifically for Disneyland Paris and I believe it's just one big piece of music... though perhaps David has his own titles!
I remember the first time I saw this "fountain" loop I was certain that it was a fake since Discoveryland doesn't have a fountain. But it is a great loop, very bouncy music, almost a waltzing rhythm in places. A lot of it strikes me as more "Fantasyland" than "Tomorrowland" but then again Discoveryland isn't Tomorrowland is it? Has Mr. Tolley composed any other music for Disney?
There is?!! I don't remember this at all and I specifically tried to find one to verify the authenticity of the loop. The only water that I do remember is the lagoon that the Nautilus is moored in. But there were a few entrances into Discoveryland so perhaps I missed something.
dont you just love the design (not to mention David's beautiful picture )
about the music.. it's not really Fantasyland music... it has some "fantasy" parts, but most fits with the mechanical look of Discoveryland. The music sounds also very mechanical (syntesizer) yet whimscal to me...
and about the famous Discoveryland Fountain, its included on the picture (the white spots on the rocks is water bubbling out). there's one other little entrance at Discoveryland, but I hardly cant imagine you entered it only there. oh well...
That's right I do remember that feature now. I love the rocks. The integration of the natural elements with the artificial mechanical is perfect in Discoveryland....and then there's the "Montana Future" of Disneyland's Tomorrowland 98....sigh