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FLAC Leopold Stokowski With The Philadelphia Orchestra - Walt Disney's Fantasia

Performer:
Leopold Stokowski With The Philadelphia Orchestra
Album:
Walt Disney's Fantasia
Country:
Released:
1957
Label:
Disneyland
Catalog:
WDX-101
Style:
Soundtrack, Classical, Romantic
MP3 archive size:
2972 mb
FLAC archive size:
2793 mb

Tracklist

1The Nutcracker Suite (Part 2)
2Arabian Dance
Composed By – Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky
3:15
3Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairy
Composed By – Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky
2:36
4Rite Of Spring
Composed By – Igor Stravinsky
22:28
5Ave Maria
Composed By – Franz SchubertLyrics By – Rachel FieldSoloist – Julietta Novis
6:26
6The Sorcerer's Apprentice9:19
7Toccata And Fugue In D Minor
Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
9:25
8Dance Of The Hours
Composed By – Amilcare Ponchielli
12:15
9Night On Bald Mountain
Composed By – Modeste Moussorgsky
7:25
10Chinese Dance
Composed By – Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky
1:03
11Waltz Of The Flowers
Composed By – Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky
4:28
12The Nutcracker Suite (Part 1)
13Dance Of The Reed Flutes
Composed By – Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky
1:49
14The Pastoral Symphony (The Sixth)
Composed By – Ludwig van Beethoven
22:02
15Russian Dance
Composed By – Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky
1:07

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
10558-2, 10559-2Leopold Stokowski With The Philadelphia Orchestra Leopold Stokowski With The Philadelphia Orchestra - Walt Disney's Fantasia ‎(2xCD + VHS, SECAM + VHS, SECAM + Box, Ltd)Disneyland, Disneyland10558-2, 10559-2France1990
WDX-101Leopold Stokowski with The Philadelphia Orchestra Leopold Stokowski with The Philadelphia Orchestra - Walt Disney's Fantasia ‎(3xLP, Mono, (Bl)DisneylandWDX-101US1957
WDX-101Leopold Stokowski With The Philadelphia Orchestra Leopold Stokowski With The Philadelphia Orchestra - Walt Disney's Fantasia ‎(3xLP)DisneylandWDX-101US1961
WDX-101Leopold Stokowski With The Philadelphia Orchestra Leopold Stokowski With The Philadelphia Orchestra - Walt Disney's Fantasia ‎(3xLP, Gat)Buena Vista RecordsWDX-101US1964
CSS-76/77-DSLeopold Stokowski With The Philadelphia Orchestra Leopold Stokowski With The Philadelphia Orchestra - Walt Disney's Fantasia ‎(2xLP, Album, Gat)DisneylandCSS-76/77-DSJapan1966

Credits

  • ConductorLeopold Stokowski
  • OrchestraThe Philadelphia Orchestra (tracks: A1 to B1, C1 to F2)

Notes

Original 1957 U.S. Release on Disneyland Records, mono. All Buena Vista Releases are reissues from 1964 onward.

The stereo edition uses the EXACT same catalog number, with only a sticker on the cover and the word STEREO on the labels, released 1961.

B2 was performed by a hand-picked orchestra in Hollywood.

Back cover reads "A Disneyland Record".
Three separate record sleeves, rather than the more commonly found two sleeves in front and back covers.

Video

Album

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  • Hello, I could use some help here. I'm unable to identify my release. LP labels are red, and there is an unusual seal-like image that says "Otro disco Serrana" on several parts of the work. Same catalog number on Spine, WDX-101, on the runout groove it says: GB-4617 on every disc.

  • Thoroughly recommendable. I got a French Edition set from 1957 in a handsomely presented hardcover creamish-coloured 12 inch by 12 inch book, containing the 3-Lp's and complete with (French) text and full sized/whole page side cartoon images representing each track, eg. one for the Bach, another for Tchaikovsky etc etc. Looking at other photos on Discogs, it seems that the English language versions are identical in all but language and front cover (the blue design). Fantasia was made in 1940 and was one of the very first attempts in stereo sound. CD versions (and the later Lp ones) recreate this, but it sounds very crude, with - for example - two bars of the Bach fugue playing in the Left channel, to be followed by two bars in the Right, as if to 'show off what stereo can do'. I'd strongly suggest that it's a far more worthwhile listening experience listening in MONO (ie. make sure you buy an Lp version in mono, I don't just mean a stereo version played with an amplifier mono button pushed in!). Listening to the genuine mono is truly rewarding with no artificially contrived channel swopping, just straight performance. We are, after all, hearing what was possibly the world's finest orchestra at the time playing their best in a varied selection of classical music, recognisable to many and of instant interest/appeal. Take note also that some download outlets offer the French Biblioteque National de France (BNF) series of albums (all with general purpose red artwork alas), mostly transferred from now public domain recordings from that library. Some websites (eg. Qobuz) offer these downloads in high quality flac. as well as mp3 and a variety of formats. One such album is the mono version of Fantasia. I mention this to save those inclined to digitise all their vinyls a time-consuming job. The BnF transfers are fine! BUT, do go ahead and buy one of these old Lp sets, which are true collectors' pieces, finely presented. Lovely to own and of course play.

  • Good to know. Thanks for the valuable info good sir.