Disney Festival of Fantasy Parade – Recording the Music

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I’m really excited about the first big all-new (almost) parade to arrive at the Magic Kingdom in years. We had the chance to hear the Disney Festival of Fantasy Parade music during the costume fashion show preview and I was impressed with how sweeping it was, while also integrating a uniqueness for each float.

During a recent orchestra recording session for the soundtrack, Composer Mark Hammond and Senior Music Producer Dan Stamper shared some thoughts about how it all came together:L

Previously: Festival of Fantasy Production and Design Team Interviews.

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One Response to Disney Festival of Fantasy Parade – Recording the Music

  1. Mr. Sig says:

    I know this comment has nothing to do with this post.

    I can’t believe I’m saying this, but the decision to lose the possessive form so we no longer see “Disney’s” in a smaller size above many names that would look better with the possessive form continues to bother me. Some names are fine, including “Disney Infinity”, as they do work for a reason, but still, how could they do such a thing? Lots of studios and companies, including Warner Bros., were never required to slap a possessiveless name before a title. The Kellogg name still carries the “apostrophe s” on numerous products.

    What I’m trying to say is, “Disney’s Festival of Fantasy Parade” sounds WAY cooler than “Disney Festival of Fantasy Parade.” Otherwise, I’d be better off saying “Festival of Fantasy Parade,” because if we know something is by the Disney Company, what’s the point of being redundant?

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