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    Two of my favorite Disney albums are Japanese imports called "Peaceful Disney Music" and "Delightful Disney Music." Basically they are piano arrangements of Disney songs, similar to the Club 33 and Disney Gallery background music. Does anyone know of similar type albums? Thanks for the help!


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    The best Disney albums are released in Japan...

    As part of the 50th anniversary releases, they released a Wedding Pavilion album -- arrangements of the love songs, of course.

    My favorites: Bibidi Bobidi Bach, Heigh Ho Mozart, and Ragtime in the Magical Kingdoms.
    -Tim

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      Originally posted by FrumiousBoojum
      As part of the 50th anniversary releases, they released a Wedding Pavilion album -- arrangements of the love songs, of course.
      Do you know of a link to purchase this? I tried Amazon but couldn't find it.

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          Originally posted by gimpboy76
          Do you know of a link to purchase this? I tried Amazon but couldn't find it.
          That's odd... bought it from Amazon for my sister back when she was getting married...

          Ah... Ok. Here it is.

          Haven't heard it, but here's what's probably a similar ablum (Japan release, so probably good).

          And yet another similar import.
          -Tim

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            Thanks so much for the links!

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              Mannheim Steamroller meets the Mouse is an interesting variation on classic Disney works...quite unique.
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                Originally posted by gimpboy76
                Thanks so much for the links!
                Dô itashimashi te.
                -Tim

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                • #9
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                  I am a big fan of the "O Mikcey Where Art Thou" album and the Manheim Steamroller album as well, need to get some of these imports also.






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                    did u try the jim brickman one yet?

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