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Joel McNeely scores 'Tinker Bell'


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  • Joel McNeely scores 'Tinker Bell'

    Joel McNeely scores Tinker Bell

    Posted on July 9, 2008
    by Dan Goldwasser

    Composer Joel McNeely recently recorded his score to the upcoming DisneyToon Studios computer-animated film Tinker Bell at the Sony Scoring Stage with an 88-piece ensemble of the Hollywood Studio Symphony.

    Orchestrated by McNeely and David Slonaker, McNeely conducted the music which is filled with sweeping melodies and a lot of energy to it. A choir was used later in the week, giving the music that special Disney touch.

    Tinker Bell will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on October 28, 2008.
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