Fort Wilderness Pioneer Hall Area Music


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[Split from [topic="3749"]Wilderness Lodge Area Music[/topic] —Admin]

Somewhat related, I sat down and listened to AliceinWDW's induction recording of the area music around Pioneer Hall at Fort Wilderness. Her recording runs 1:03:57. The loop uses music from the same artists and CDs that are used in the Marina/Boat Launch loop. However, I identified two songs on my last visit to Pioneer Hall that are not included in AliceinWDW's recording. This means either the loop has changed since the recording was made, or it isn't a recording of the full loop.
 

SeaCastle

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Somewhat related, I sat down and listened to AliceinWDW's induction recording of the area music around Pioneer Hall at Fort Wilderness. Her recording runs 1:03:57. The loop uses music from the same artists and CDs that are used in the Marina/Boat Launch loop. However, I identified two songs on my last visit to Pioneer Hall that are not included in AliceinWDW's recording. This means either the loop has changed since the recording was made, or it isn't a recording of the full loop.
Are the songs in the same order?
 

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Are the songs in the same order?
In the same order as what? If you are asking whether the Pioneer Hall tracks are in the same order as the Marian/Boat Launch loop, then the answer is no. The songs are not duplicated, but, rather, songs from some of the same artists and CDs are used.
 

SeaCastle

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In the same order as what? If you are asking whether the Pioneer Hall tracks are in the same order as the Marian/Boat Launch loop, then the answer is no. The songs are not duplicated, but, rather, songs from some of the same artists and CDs are used.
Oh, okay. Thanks for the clarification.
 

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Here's what I found out about the Pioneer Hall loop. I have no idea how long it actually is, but I do know it's longer than 5 hours and 53 minutes. :wacko: I recorded for about 3 hours and 15 minutes before my wife and kids told me I had to stop (around 3:15pm). We did some things around the resort and around 5:45 I was able to ID two more tracks and neither one was in my 3+ hour recording.

AliceinWDW's induction recording is part of the current loop. I hit the start of her recording about 2 hours into mine. I don't think I have it in me to get the full loop, at least not when there are other things I would enjoy getting more. Maybe we can convince Jay to take up this project. He told me he was a big fan of this loop. ;)
 

SeaCastle

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Here's what I found out about the Pioneer Hall loop. I have no idea how long it actually is, but I do know it's longer than 5 hours and 53 minutes. :wacko:
A six+ hour long loop! That's incredible! :blink: Even I'd go crazy listening to six hours of bluegrass.
 

eyore

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That makes it better? :wacko:
I can just imagine my family "I'll just be here for four hours or so........................" (divorce papers appear).
 

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That makes it better? :wacko:
I can just imagine my family "I'll just be here for four hours or so........................" (divorce papers appear).
Not really, but I didn't want to misled anyone in case someone else had a desire to make their own recording. B)

I told my wife, when I asked her if she and the kids wanted to tag along, that I thought the loop would run about an hour. In the back of my mind, however, I was thinking it may go two hours, to match the run time of the Marina loop. After 3 hours and 20 minutes, I was forced to give up. Divorce, no. But I don't think I can count on my wife and kids accompanying me on a future recording session. ;)

I have to check the recording, but one thing I noticed three times was a long pause between two tracks. The first time I heard it, I just figured I found the end/start of the loop. The next two times, it was hot and all I cared about was hearing "Valley of the Rogue" repeat! I wonder if this means the loop is delivered via CD. If so, maybe this explains the major skipping issue with the Marina loop (perhaps scratches on the CD).
 

SeaCastle

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Not really, but I didn't want to misled anyone in case someone else had a desire to make their own recording. B)

I told my wife, when I asked her if she and the kids wanted to tag along, that I thought the loop would run about an hour. In the back of my mind, however, I was thinking it may go two hours, to match the run time of the Marina loop. After 3 hours and 20 minutes, I was forced to give up. Divorce, no. But I don't think I can count on my wife and kids accompanying me on a future recording session. ;)

I have to check the recording, but one thing I noticed three times was a long pause between two tracks. The first time I heard it, I just figured I found the end/start of the loop. The next two times, it was hot and all I cared about was hearing "Valley of the Rogue" repeat! I wonder if this means the loop is delivered via CD. If so, maybe this explains the major skipping issue with the Marina loop (perhaps scratches on the CD).
Remind me next time to book at Fort Wilderness. I can't pass up over four hours of pure bluegrass.

Does this mean it's possible that the CDs are on-site in a drawer somewhere, like in the case of the Germany pavilion?
 
Remind me next time to book at Fort Wilderness. I can't pass up over four hours of pure bluegrass.
My dad would love to sit and listen to four hours of bluegrass. Of course, he has sleep apneia and doses off very easily if he sits still for too long in one place. I would probably find him alseep on a bench next to a speaker if I left him there. He doesn't ever come with us to Disney World, so I doubt I will have to worry about that anyway. Thanks to him, I don't really care to listen to 4 hours of bluegrass. I have had to listen to it a lot growing up. I might be able to take the first 30 minutes, but after that, I can't say how much of my sanity would be left.
 

SeaCastle

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I wonder about the conversation that took place when creating a BGM for Fort Wilderness. I would certainly need counseling if I had to pick through hundreds of bluegrass recordings to make this six hour long loop. :wacko:
 

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I wonder about the conversation that took place when creating a BGM for Fort Wilderness. I would certainly need counseling if I had to pick through hundreds of bluegrass recordings to make this six hour long loop. :wacko:
I thought you were the Bluegrass fanatic of the group. :lol:
 

SeaCastle

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I thought you were the Bluegrass fanatic of the group. :lol:
It would be too much of a good thing. On more than one occasion I've left "Dueling Banjos" on repeat on my iPod, not bringing myself around to changing the track. That gets a little annoying after 10 minutes of "strum...twang...strum...twang...strumstrumstrumstrum...twangtwangtwangtwang..." etc.
 

Tannerman

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I, for one, appreciate the long BGM loop at Fort Wilderness. I'm one of those Disney fans who has only camped at the magic all these years (who needs a hotel?), so having spent a lot of time around Pioneer Hall and the docks, it's nice to have that atmosphere going. Then again, 6 hours? Wow! :lol:
 

Magic Music

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Split, along with [topic="4179"]Port Orleans Riverside Ol' Man Island Area Music[/topic], from [topic="3749"]Wilderness Lodge Area Music[/topic].
 

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so having spent a lot of time around Pioneer Hall and the docks, it's nice to have that atmosphere going. Then again, 6 hours? Wow! :lol:
Well, if you count the docks, that adds another two hours. So you got eight hours of bluegrass to listen to. How many times did you listen to the full loop?
 

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