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  • [Question] Music for Sleeping Beauty "Demons" diarama?

    Hi,

    We visited disneyland recently, and my son loved the Sleeping Beauty walk-through attraction with the diaramas. He particularly loved the one where the demons are being called by Malificent, and they arc through the sky in the background. He LOVES the music for the demon diarama and I'm trying to find out what the music is, and if there's a recording available I can get somewhere. I've looked at some sleeping beauty soundtracks online but haven't found the piece yet.

    Anyone have any idea about this? Thanks!

    -Michael

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    Re: Music for Sleeping Beauty "Demons" diarama?

    Try listening to the Sleeping Beauty suite by Tchaikovsky. The film's music was adapted from the music he wrote for the ballet Sleeping Beauty.

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    • #3
      Re: Music for Sleeping Beauty "Demons" diarama?

      My suggestion is to try to find a walkthrough on YouTube. I'm pretty sure you would be satisfied with the official soundtrack for the film, but I could definitely help you out better if I knew the exact moment you're referring to.

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        Re: Music for Sleeping Beauty "Demons" diarama?



        1:50?

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        • #5
          Re: Music for Sleeping Beauty "Demons" diarama?

          Awesome, that's it! Thanks very much. My son's romping around the room as a demon.

          -Michael

          Originally posted by Brer Mole View Post


          1:50?

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          • #6
            Re: Music for Sleeping Beauty "Demons" diarama?

            Originally posted by mgstauffer View Post
            Awesome, that's it! Thanks very much. My son's romping around the room as a demon.

            -Michael
            According to my Shazam App, it's "Forbidden Mountain" - Jack Lawrence/Sammy Fain/George Burns. Sleeping Beauty Soundtrack. Walt Disney Records

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            • #7
              Re: Music for Sleeping Beauty "Demons" diarama?

              Originally posted by DLFan1995 View Post
              According to my Shazam App, it's "Forbidden Mountain" - Jack Lawrence/Sammy Fain/George Burns.
              Not to be pedantic, but I believe that it's George Bruns.

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              • #8
                Re: Music for Sleeping Beauty "Demons" diarama?

                Originally posted by Robert Cook View Post
                Not to be pedantic, but I believe that it's George Bruns.
                Shazam has it wrong.

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                • #9
                  Re: Music for Sleeping Beauty "Demons" diarama?

                  George Bruns did compose the original score for Sleeping Beauty. But he also adapted a lot of the theme from the original ballet as well.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Music for Sleeping Beauty "Demons" diarama?

                    The "demon music" is from Sleeping Beauty Ballet No.4 ("Prologue Finale") by Pyotr Tchaikovsky. It starts around 1:40 in this recording.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Music for Sleeping Beauty "Demons" diarama?

                      There's some really smart people here.
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                      This has been a Filmways presentation dahling.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Music for Sleeping Beauty "Demons" diarama?

                        I think the point, and answer, was that Michael just needs to purchase the official soundtrack. Its an excellent one.

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                        • #13
                          Re: Music for Sleeping Beauty "Demons" diarama?

                          Of course. It's also an opportunity to discover the original music of Tchaikovsky, which was so skillfully edited by George Bruns.

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