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  • Of all the Disney animated films, Fantasia is one that needs more movies. There's so much you can do with the film's premise of animation set to classical music. But what if they decide to make a third Fantasia? What new musical pieces would they use? 

    Here are some of mine:

    Scheherazade - Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov

    Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 - Franz Liszt

    Symphony No. 9 - Ludwig van Beethoven

    The Planets - Gustav Holst

    Finlandia - Jean Sibelius

    From the New World - Antonin Dvorak

    Something from Ralph Vaughan Williams

    What would you guys want to see? 

    UPDATE: It has to be CLASSICAL music; anything before the 1950s is okay. 

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    • Tchaikovsky's Symphony #4 and 1812 overture, the Can-Can, Rhapsody in Blue, Haydn's Surprise Symphony.

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    • Royalreceiver wrote:
      Tchaikovsky's Symphony #4 and 1812 overture, the Can-Can, Rhapsody in Blue, Haydn's Surprise Symphony.

      They already did Rhapsody in Blue in Fantasia 2000.

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    • Thekingofallfrogs
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    • I want to see the segments originally planned for The Music Project/Fantasia 2006/Fantasia 3, including Destino, Lorenzo, The Little Matchgirl, One by One and a segment featuring Sebastian the Crab making music with other crabs and sea snails.

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    • Trans-Siberian Orchestra ALL THE WAY!!! (Btw: are we counting Fantasia: Music Evolved in this?)

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    • Umm...

      This is hard...

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    • EpixAndroid wrote:
      Trans-Siberian Orchestra ALL THE WAY!!! (Btw: are we counting Fantasia: Music Evolved in this?)

      We're talking about a possible 3rd Fantasia film, not Music Evolved.

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    • Nsanity64 wrote:
      EpixAndroid wrote:
      Trans-Siberian Orchestra ALL THE WAY!!! (Btw: are we counting Fantasia: Music Evolved in this?)
      We're talking about a possible 3rd Fantasia film, not Music Evolved.


      But can we talk about it anyways on here, or should another forum thread be made?

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    • The William Tell Overture starring Goofy while getting ready to work. For Mickey had one in the first one (The Sorcerrer's Apprentice) and Donald in the second (Pomp and Circumstance)

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    • EpixAndroid wrote:
      Nsanity64 wrote:
      EpixAndroid wrote:
      Trans-Siberian Orchestra ALL THE WAY!!! (Btw: are we counting Fantasia: Music Evolved in this?)
      We're talking about a possible 3rd Fantasia film, not Music Evolved.

      But can we talk about it anyways on here, or should another forum thread be made?

      A seperate thread would be better for Music Evolved.

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    • But I still wish that TSO could produce the music for another Fantasia film. Just think of how they could put their own spin on The Sorcerer's Apprentance segment! (Same animation, just a different soundtrack)

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    • There's so many possibilities...

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    • Yeah, like the "Pax de Deux" from The Nutcracker Suite as a very powerful climatic segment.

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    • Yes.

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    • Fishmonkey11 wrote:
      Yes.

      Cool. :)

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    • Fishmonkey11 wrote:
      I want to see Squirrels doing songs from PSY.

      No, no, and even more no! Fantasia is all about classical/orchestral music, and there's a maturity and sophistication to it. It takes itself and its audience seriously, and that's what's so great about it. Even Fantasia 2000, while marginally inferior to the original, style had some dignity to it. Adding stuff like Gangnam Style or whatever music is popular now would just ruin the classic concert feel to it; hence why I'm not excited for Music Evolve (that and requiring the gimmicky Kinect).

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    • The Emperor's Nigthengale, with Mickey Mouse.

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    • Nsanity64 wrote:
      Fishmonkey11 wrote:
      I want to see Squirrels doing songs from PSY.
      No, no, and even more no! Fantasia is all about classical/orchestral music, and there's a maturity and sophistication to it. It takes itself and its audience seriously, and that's what's so great about it. Even Fantasia 2000, while marginally inferior to the original, style had some dignity to it. Adding stuff like Gangnam Style or whatever music is popular now would just ruin the classic concert feel to it; hence why I'm not excited for Music Evolve (that and requiring the gimmicky Kinect).

      AMEN!!! (Only Music Evolved is mostly going to be classical music, with a few contemporary tunes).

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    • they probably wont make another fantasia, since their fantasia 2000 kinda destroyed the Disney renaissance.... two fantasias r enough, and also, people r starting to dislike fantasia, thinking its not entertaining. so fantasia is getting less fans by days.

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    • DisneyJr wrote:
      they probably wont make another fantasia, since their fantasia 2000 kinda destroyed the Disney renaissance.... two fantasias r enough, and also, people r starting to dislike fantasia, thinking its not entertaining. so fantasia is getting less fans by days.

      Um, who are these people who are starting to dislike Fantasia? And I mean, how can you start to dislike  two films that came out years and years ago? There are a lot of Disney fans, young and old, who love Fantasia 1 and/or 2, I really want to know who are these new people are are randomly starting to hate on it...

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    • JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      DisneyJr wrote:
      they probably wont make another fantasia, since their fantasia 2000 kinda destroyed the Disney renaissance.... two fantasias r enough, and also, people r starting to dislike fantasia, thinking its not entertaining. so fantasia is getting less fans by days.
      Um, who are these people who are starting to dislike Fantasia? And I mean, how can you start to dislike  two films that came out years and years ago? There are a lot of Disney fans, young and old, who love Fantasia 1 and/or 2, I really want to know who are these new people are are randomly starting to hate on it...

      True, true. There are fans.

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    • DisneyJr wrote:
      they probably wont make another fantasia, since their fantasia 2000 kinda destroyed the Disney renaissance.... two fantasias r enough, and also, people r starting to dislike fantasia, thinking its not entertaining. so fantasia is getting less fans by days.

      ARE YOU MAD? FANTASIA IS PHEMONINAL!

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    • DisneyJr wrote:
      they probably wont make another fantasia, since their fantasia 2000 kinda destroyed the Disney renaissance.... two fantasias r enough, and also, people r starting to dislike fantasia, thinking its not entertaining. so fantasia is getting less fans by days.

      Funny you say that, since back when Fantasia came out in 1940, it didn't do very well. Audiences were split on it and it didn't recoup its budget until 20 years after its original release. However, Fantasia grew popular over the years and soon became herald as an animated masterpiece. When the film came out on video in 1991, it became one of the best-selling VHS' of its time, which led to Disney greenlighting Fantasia 2000. The reason why Fantasia has sort of fallen into obscurity is because Disney doesn't really promote it enough; I'm even a bit surprised they even a released it on Blu-Ray at all. Right now, Fantasia has more of a cult following with teenagers and adults.

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    • Nsanity64 wrote:
      DisneyJr wrote:
      they probably wont make another fantasia, since their fantasia 2000 kinda destroyed the Disney renaissance.... two fantasias r enough, and also, people r starting to dislike fantasia, thinking its not entertaining. so fantasia is getting less fans by days.
      Funny you say that, since back when Fantasia came out in 1940, it didn't do very well. Audiences were split on it and it didn't recoup its budget until 20 years after its original release. However, Fantasia grew popular over the years and soon became herald as an animated masterpiece. When the film came out on video in 1991, it became one of the best-selling VHS' of its time, which led to Disney greenlighting Fantasia 2000. The reason why Fantasia has sort of fallen into obscurity is because Disney doesn't really promote it enough; I'm even a bit surprised they even a released it on Blu-Ray at all. Right now, Fantasia has more of a cult following with teenagers and adults. (CONT.)


      Yeah, people shouldn't state "facts" about people in general without evidence. Just saying.

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    • ok. lemme rephrase that. its undeniable that fantasia is considered and is a masterpiece. critics love it. fans love it. however, if u take times to look at other peoples, and I mean people that have no real knowledge of Disney history, list of best Disney movies, then u can see lots of people aren't very fond of the film. they stated that it is boring and has no real plot and just some random stuff putting together with pretty music and animation. now don't get me wrong, I like fantasia, but its undeniable that no one really put it in their top lists of disneyfilms anymore. some also call it extremely overrated and garbage (which I almost snapped since that's really rude).

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    • Nsanity64 wrote:

      DisneyJr wrote:
      they probably wont make another fantasia, since their fantasia 2000 kinda destroyed the Disney renaissance.... two fantasias r enough, and also, people r starting to dislike fantasia, thinking its not entertaining. so fantasia is getting less fans by days.

      Funny you say that, since back when Fantasia came out in 1940, it didn't do very well. Audiences were split on it and it didn't recoup its budget until 20 years after its original release. However, Fantasia grew popular over the years and soon became herald as an animated masterpiece. When the film came out on video in 1991, it became one of the best-selling VHS' of its time, which led to Disney greenlighting Fantasia 2000. The reason why Fantasia has sort of fallen into obscurity is because Disney doesn't really promote it enough; I'm even a bit surprised they even a released it on Blu-Ray at all. Right now, Fantasia has more of a cult following with teenagers and adults. (CONT.)

      its not that Disney didn't promote it enough. with successes like snow white and a masterpiece like Pinocchio, people already no of Disney. the reason why it failed was because of its huge budget. also, some guy said at that time that the fantasia certainly is good, but its a film for 'nerds'. audience usually want a good story in a film, and this film doesn't have a plot. and since Disney himself was too ahead of his time, its not really appreciated.

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    • DisneyJr wrote:
      ok. lemme rephrase that. its undeniable that fantasia is considered and is a masterpiece. critics love it. fans love it. however, if u take times to look at other peoples, and I mean people that have no real knowledge of Disney history, list of best Disney movies, then u can see lots of people aren't very fond of the film. they stated that it is boring and has no real plot and just some random stuff putting together with pretty music and animation. now don't get me wrong, I like fantasia, but its undeniable that no one really put it in their top lists of disneyfilms anymore. some also call it extremely overrated and garbage (which I almost snapped since that's really rude).

      I know exactly what you're saying. But I hope Music Evolved will spark people's intrest into the franchise again.

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    • Sorry I'm a late month poster. I think they should have Pachelbel's Canon in D Major (its beautiful) Nicolai Rimsky Korsakov's The Tale of Tsar Sultan the Tsar's Departure and Farewell (sounds like it should be the beginning), Mozart's Piano Concerto 21, Bizet's Carmen (not the entire thing just Les Toreadors and Habanera), Handel's Water Music, Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake, Bach's Air on the G String, Khachaturian's Saber Dance, Beethoven's 9th Symphony Ode to Joy (got to agree), Debussy's Clair De Lune (Please use that and the original animation its also beautiful) and Strauss Sr's Radetsky March PS: This is not meant for a different list but my own and opinions are fine, I also like your ideas too.

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    • Jfgoofy wrote:
      Sorry I'm a late month poster. I think they should have Pachelbel's Canon in D Major (its beautiful) Nicolai Rimsky Korsakov's The Tale of Tsar Sultan the Tsar's Departure and Farewell (sounds like it should be the beginning), Mozart's Piano Concerto 21, Bizet's Carmen (not the entire thing just Les Toreadors and Habanera), Handel's Water Music, Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake, Bach's Air on the G String, Khachaturian's Saber Dance, Beethoven's 9th Symphony Ode to Joy (got to agree), Debussy's Clair De Lune (Please use that and the original animation its also beautiful) and Strauss Sr's Radetsky March PS: This is not meant for a different list but my own and opinions are fine, I also like your ideas too.


      I like it!

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    • Thank you

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    • Hey there. I apologize if I intrude. Here is a Fantasia that I have thought about for quite a bit


      Kaiserwaltzer by Strauss 2: Absolute Music

      Pictures at an Exhibition (purified) by Mussorgsky: a magical realist/artistic depiction of Russian life

      Sorcerer's Apprentice (cant be fantasia without it)

      Montegues and Capulets by Prokofiev: A tragic tale of a pair of Knights whose strong friendship perished within some unnamed battle during the Rose Wars

      Scheherezade by Rimsky Korsakov (I may or may not shorten this due to time): A minor adaptation of Arabian Nights featuring a (blue colored) slave serenading a princess, who he is in love with, with fantastic stories. Artwork inspired by the Thief and the Cobbler, who came close to surpassing this as the greatest animated film of all time.

      Swan Lake no.28 and 29 (finale) by Tchaikovsky: An adaptation of Swan Lake, featuring Prince Seigfried and Odette's attempt at love and Odile's efforts to destroy it. Aside from Sorcerer's Apprentice, this is the crown jewel of the whole thing.

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    • This was 2 months ago. Also we could change sorcerer's apprentice to rite of spring because why would we have the sorcerer's apprentice in the 3rd sequel even though they played that during the 2nd one? Also we need some Baroque, how about Concerto for 4 violins by Antonio Vivaldi?

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    • Jfgoofy wrote:
      This was 2 months ago. Also we could change sorcerer's apprentice to rite of spring because why would we have the sorcerer's apprentice in the 3rd sequel even though they played that during the 2nd one? Also we need some Baroque, how about Concerto for 4 violins by Antonio Vivaldi?

      1. Sorcerer's Apprentice is kind-of on the resume. Even the video game acknowledges this (several of the live performances featured the segment in additon to the gameplay) If however I were to put in Rite of Spring i'd place it after Prokofiev.

      2. I have a better Idea from the same Vivaldi. Granted it's cheating a bit since there's singing but if Ave Maria can get away with it, so can I.

              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aVAvs4hNkN8

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    • I think Rite of Spring would be with the sorcerer's apprentice. But maybe we could also have Canon in D by Johann Pachelbel. Also did you hear the concerto for 4 violins? Also it cant be fantasia without the sorcerer's apprentice, dinosaurs and the devil (that will not be included due to a possible chance of getting an R rating because it showed violence and nudity)

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    • Jfgoofy wrote:
      I think Rite of Spring would be with the sorcerer's apprentice. But maybe we could also have Canon in D by Johann Pachelbel. Also did you hear the concerto for 4 violins? Also it cant be fantasia without the sorcerer's apprentice, dinosaurs and the devil (that will not be included due to a possible chance of getting an R rating because it showed violence and nudity)

      I'll see about Canon in D. After doing some research (and a bit of cheating here and there), I think it would work fine as a holiday/christmas story. I'll get back to you on what story I come up with, but it would be just fine in the beginning between Kaiserwaltzer and Pictures at an Exhibition. You'll need to be a bit specific about Concerto for 4 Violins or post a video link, otherwise I cant really find it (I tried). Finally, if we're going that route, dont forget the musicians, the woodland spirits, the greek mythology and the ballerina animals :D.

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    • I said it is by Vivaldi. Fine here it is. Also I know about that but guess what they dont overpower the other three. Sorry Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Bach and Ponchielli. But Bach had a great opening.
      Vivaldi Concerto for 4 Violins in B minor RV 580

      Vivaldi Concerto for 4 Violins in B minor RV 580

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    • @Jfgoofy. Sorry for the late response I had to think about my answer for a bit.

      First off, I'm impressed with Vivaldi's work. I'll find use for something like this. Though a little something, I decided to do what the original Fantasia did and have each music be a different meaning

      Kaiserwaltzer: absolute music Pictures at an Exhibition: "music of the second kind" Sorcerer's apprentice reprises it's role for definite story Montegues and Capulets: romeo and juliet in music Scherezade: suite music and romantic era Swan lake: ballet

      There also will be 2 new changes to the project

      1st is the inclusion of a new piece in the first one. Handel's Water Music, showing underwater scenes of deep creatures moving along with their lives (like a nature documentary). The music type will be Water in Music

      The second is the creation of a sequel. Sorcerer's apprentice will be included with other new tracks. Rienzi Overture by Wagner: absolute music. Music type is Overtures Maiden's prayer by Tekla Bądarzewska-Baranowska. It will by an abstract story about a girl who loves flowers so much that she decided to use magic to cover the town with them. Musical theme is piano music (and to a minor extent, salon music) The returners go next Carmen: toreador's song by Bizet. A (partial) shadow play about an arrogant matador within a bullfight. Several of the artistic themes, including the shadow play itself were inspired by Revolutionary Girl Utena. Music type is Opera Aria Either Your Concerto for 4 violins by Vivaldi or violin concerto in a minor by Bach. Haven't quite sorted everything out but it would be a noble tragedy inspired by some of Shakespeare's plays. Music type is Concertos and the Baroque era. And finally Danse Macabre by Saint-Sanns. It is a horror segment about a legion of ravens from hell reigning judgement upon an entire kingdom for their wicked ways. Music type is Horror in music or Halloween Music (Night on Bald Mountain qualifies as well but it is already done)

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    • I've heard that the proposed third Fantasia would have a world tour motif. In this case, I'd think it'd be a good idea to have the shorts based on many cultures. You could bring back the shorts that were planned for Fantasia 3, just make new shorts, or both. Here are my ideas.

      A short based on japanese paintings, with many mythological creatures and plants. This should be a traditionally animated short because it can get the look of an old japanese painting much better. Sadly, I don't know any famous japanese music pieces, but I do know what Old japanese music sound like. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-dzfI3L5ic

      A Mexican themed short with the theme being Carmen: Les Toreadors by Georges Bizet.

      A German themed short with Ride of the Valkryies as the theme. I don't want to expect a Nazi reference, but it's Disney, I'm sure they can work around that.

      An American themed short featuring Goofy, with a medley of many American themes, like Stars and Stripes forever, America the Beautiful, and more.

      A Hungarian themed short with the music being Hungarian Dance No.5 by Johannes Brahms.

      Other songs with no specific county in mind, but would make great shorts would be The 1812 overture, Blue Danube, Orpheus in the Underworld: Infernal Galop, Gayane: Sabre Dance (Would make a great energized short), Symphony No. 9: Ode to Joy (which would make a great ending short), In the Hall of the Mountain King, Bolero de Ravel, and Colonel Bogey March.

      Also, Disney, if you really want famous people to introduce the shorts, you should stick with the more dignified celebrities, like Morgan Freeman or Julie Andrews, composers like John Williams and Alan Silvestri, historians like Leonard Maltin, or animators like Hayao Miyazaki. (How awesome would it be if Miyazaki introduced the Japanese segment?)

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    • DokemonStudios wrote:
      I've heard that the proposed third Fantasia would have a world tour motif. In this case, I'd think it'd be a good idea to have the shorts based on many cultures. You could bring back the shorts that were planned for Fantasia 3, just make new shorts, or both. Here are my ideas.

      A short based on japanese paintings, with many mythological creatures and plants. This should be a traditionally animated short because it can get the look of an old japanese painting much better. Sadly, I don't know any famous japanese music pieces, but I do know what Old japanese music sound like. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-dzfI3L5ic

      A Mexican themed short with the theme being Carmen: Les Toreadors by Georges Bizet.

      A German themed short with Ride of the Valkryies as the theme. I don't want to expect a Nazi reference, but it's Disney, I'm sure they can work around that.

      An American themed short featuring Goofy, with a medley of many American themes, like Stars and Stripes forever, America the Beautiful, and more.

      A Hungarian themed short with the music being Hungarian Dance No.5 by Johannes Brahms.

      Other songs with no specific county in mind, but would make great shorts would be The 1812 overture, Blue Danube, Orpheus in the Underworld: Infernal Galop, Gayane: Sabre Dance (Would make a great energized short), Symphony No. 9: Ode to Joy (which would make a great ending short), In the Hall of the Mountain King, Bolero de Ravel, and Colonel Bogey March.

      What about Canon in D by Johann Pachelbel, Symphonie Fantastique by Hector Berlioz, Nocturne Op. 9 no 2 by Frederic Chopin, Clair De Lune by Claude Debussy, Eine Kleine Nachtmusik by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, The Unfinished Symphony by Franz Schubert or The four seasons by Antonio Vivaldi? Also Carmen is set in Spain not Mexico, Over the Waves by Juventino Rosas is mexican though even though it doesn't sound mexican :(. Also Haydn's piano concerto no. 11 should be in Fantasia 3 (or whatever it is called). 
      Sviatoslav Richter - Haydn - Piano Concerto No 11 in D major, Hob XVIII-11

      Sviatoslav Richter - Haydn - Piano Concerto No 11 in D major, Hob XVIII-11

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    • Jfgoofy wrote:
      DokemonStudios wrote:
      I've heard that the proposed third Fantasia would have a world tour motif. In this case, I'd think it'd be a good idea to have the shorts based on many cultures. You could bring back the shorts that were planned for Fantasia 3, just make new shorts, or both. Here are my ideas.

      A short based on japanese paintings, with many mythological creatures and plants. This should be a traditionally animated short because it can get the look of an old japanese painting much better. Sadly, I don't know any famous japanese music pieces, but I do know what Old japanese music sound like. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-dzfI3L5ic

      A Mexican themed short with the theme being Carmen: Les Toreadors by Georges Bizet.

      A German themed short with Ride of the Valkryies as the theme. I don't want to expect a Nazi reference, but it's Disney, I'm sure they can work around that.

      An American themed short featuring Goofy, with a medley of many American themes, like Stars and Stripes forever, America the Beautiful, and more.

      A Hungarian themed short with the music being Hungarian Dance No.5 by Johannes Brahms.

      Other songs with no specific county in mind, but would make great shorts would be The 1812 overture, Blue Danube, Orpheus in the Underworld: Infernal Galop, Gayane: Sabre Dance (Would make a great energized short), Symphony No. 9: Ode to Joy (which would make a great ending short), In the Hall of the Mountain King, Bolero de Ravel, and Colonel Bogey March.

      What about Canon in D by Johann Pachelbel, Symphonie Fantastique by Hector Berlioz, Nocturne Op. 9 no 2 by Frederic Chopin, Clair De Lune by Claude Debussy, Eine Kleine Nachtmusik by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, The Unfinished Symphony by Franz Schubert or The four seasons by Antonio Vivaldi? Also Carmen is set in Spain not Mexico, Over the Waves by Juventino Rosas is mexican though even though it doesn't sound mexican :(. Also Haydn's piano concerto no. 11 should be in Fantasia 3 (or whatever it is called). 
      Sviatoslav Richter - Haydn - Piano Concerto No 11 in D major, Hob XVIII-11

      Sviatoslav Richter - Haydn - Piano Concerto No 11 in D major, Hob XVIII-11

      Ok first, "Claire de Lune" doesnt have a snowball's chance of making it in now. Not only was there an already completed segment of it, but it was seriously intended for the first film. It was the 2nd to last eliminated, due to timing issues. Also, Eine Kliene Nachtmusik and part of Vivaldi's Winter is being included in Fantasia Music Evolved, so Disney has that covered (I think). And if they don't I'll make some segments for that, among some others.

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    • Also the Fantasia tour is just fantasia clips with the orchestra doing the music that goes with it. Also Fantasia Music Evolved is gonna be like those beat games as we can probably tell because Pop, Rock and Rap songs aren't classical music/songs. So I don't know. Also they put Sorcerer's Aprentice in Fantasia 2000 so why not Clair de Lune so more people can see it? Heck it could be called (before they show it) the Unused segment (a reference to the Unfinished symphony which will play in the same film). Also I think Sabre Dance and Infernal Galop (if it's just infernal galop from Orpheus in the underworld but if its the whole thing its fine) should be replaced. Also are you impressed with the Haydn piece I put? Also maybe Clarinet Concerto or the Jupiter Symphony could fix the Eine Kleine Nachtmusik problem

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    • DokemonStudios wrote:
      I've heard that the proposed third Fantasia would have a world tour motif. In this case, I'd think it'd be a good idea to have the shorts based on many cultures. You could bring back the shorts that were planned for Fantasia 3, just make new shorts, or both. Here are my ideas.

      A short based on japanese paintings, with many mythological creatures and plants. This should be a traditionally animated short because it can get the look of an old japanese painting much better. Sadly, I don't know any famous japanese music pieces, but I do know what Old japanese music sound like. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-dzfI3L5ic

      A Mexican themed short with the theme being Carmen: Les Toreadors by Georges Bizet.

      A German themed short with Ride of the Valkryies as the theme. I don't want to expect a Nazi reference, but it's Disney, I'm sure they can work around that.

      An American themed short featuring Goofy, with a medley of many American themes, like Stars and Stripes forever, America the Beautiful, and more.

      A Hungarian themed short with the music being Hungarian Dance No.5 by Johannes Brahms.

      Other songs with no specific county in mind, but would make great shorts would be The 1812 overture, Blue Danube, Orpheus in the Underworld: Infernal Galop, Gayane: Sabre Dance (Would make a great energized short), Symphony No. 9: Ode to Joy (which would make a great ending short), In the Hall of the Mountain King, Bolero de Ravel, and Colonel Bogey March.

      Also, Disney, if you really want famous people to introduce the shorts, you should stick with the more dignified celebrities, like Morgan Freeman or Julie Andrews, composers like John Williams and Alan Silvestri, historians like Leonard Maltin, or animators like Hayao Miyazaki. (How awesome would it be if Miyazaki introduced the Japanese segment?)

      Did you know that they developed a sequel to Fantasia entitled "Musicana" in the 70s that was also meant to be a tour motif? 

      Read about it here: 

      Musicana

      I think they should title the third film as such and use the segments that Mel Shaw came up with, along with two that Walt came up with himself before he decided not to make any more Fantasias: 

      Ride of the Valkyrikes (to represent Norway)

      Adventures in a Perambulator (to represent England)  

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    • I wonder what would happen if they did Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen.

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    • Reid007 wrote:
      I wonder what would happen if they did Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen.

      NO Rock songs. Classical music no songs just classical music. x_x

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    • Reid007 wrote:
      I wonder what would happen if they did Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen.

      They're already doing that, apparently.

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    • Maximillion93 wrote:
      Reid007 wrote:
      I wonder what would happen if they did Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen.
      They're already doing that, apparently.

      That's what we're talking about but it has nothing to do with the original/actual Fantasia. The only thing that is related is Yen Sid, several pieces of classical music and the name.

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    • I'd put Vivaldi's Spring and the Night Queen's part from Mozart's "The Magic Flute", too.

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    • Jfgoofy wrote:
      Maximillion93 wrote:
      Reid007 wrote:
      I wonder what would happen if they did Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen.
      They're already doing that, apparently.
      That's what we're talking about but it has nothing to do with the original/actual Fantasia. The only thing that is related is Yen Sid, several pieces of classical music and the name.

      And let's all keep it that way.

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    • PRISCILLA DUCKLAIR wrote:
      I'd put Vivaldi's Spring and the Night Queen's part from Mozart's "The Magic Flute", too.

      What about Papageno's aria and the Birdcatcher from the magic flute or heck why not the whole opera?

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    • Jfgoofy wrote:

      Maximillion93 wrote:
      Reid007 wrote:
      I wonder what would happen if they did Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen.
      They're already doing that, apparently.

      That's what we're talking about but it has nothing to do with the original/actual Fantasia. The only thing that is related is Yen Sid, several pieces of classical music and the name.

      With all due respect, I humbly disagree with your views. Due to curiosity, I've conducted experiments on the first 6 songs confirmed and I conclude that it IS possible to make fantasia with modern songs, though a great amount of conditions need to be met.

      I'm not saying however that all modern music is cut out for this. Heck, some songs confirmed for the game I cannot see why they're included (this will probably change when the levels are explored when the game comes out). I have grouped several of these songs into what I call the "radio" group, as a sort of testament to how music has fallen. My least favorites at this point are "Super Bass" and "Get Ur Freak On".

      Now to keep this from being a post all about the game, here's the now confirmed list for the 3rd fantasia if they were to make it. I can't say if the order is correct, but all 7 pieces are to appear (with an extra to go with one)

      Toccata and Fugue- by Bach

      Hungarian Rhapsody no 2- by Liszt

      Nutcracker Suite- by Tchaikovsky

      Eine Kline Nachtmusik- by Mozart

      New World Symphony- by Dvorak

      Four Seasons: Winter: Movement 1- by Vivaldi

      Night on Bald Mountain- by Mussorgsky- with special appearance by Ave Maria- by Schubert

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    • Jfgoofy wrote:
      PRISCILLA DUCKLAIR wrote:
      I'd put Vivaldi's Spring and the Night Queen's part from Mozart's "The Magic Flute", too.
      What about Papageno's aria and the Birdcatcher from the magic flute or heck why not the whole opera?

      Yes, Papageno's aria is fantastic... like the whole opera! But it's really to long to put it all, they'll never do. I think they'd put the most famous part, which is, in my opinion, the Night Queen's one.

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    • HeroicRebellion wrote:

      Jfgoofy wrote:




      Maximillion93 wrote:
      Reid007 wrote:
      I wonder what would happen if they did Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen.
      They're already doing that, apparently.
      That's what we're talking about but it has nothing to do with the original/actual Fantasia. The only thing that is related is Yen Sid, several pieces of classical music and the name.
      With all due respect, I humbly disagree with your views. Due to curiosity, I've conducted experiments on the first 6 songs confirmed and I conclude that it IS possible to make fantasia with modern songs, though a great amount of conditions need to be met.

      I'm not saying however that all modern music is cut out for this. Heck, some songs confirmed for the game I cannot see why they're included (this will probably change when the levels are explored when the game comes out). I have grouped several of these songs into what I call the "radio" group, as a sort of testament to how music has fallen. My least favorites at this point are "Super Bass" and "Get Ur Freak On".

      Now to keep this from being a post all about the game, here's the now confirmed list for the 3rd fantasia if they were to make it. I can't say if the order is correct, but all 7 pieces are to appear (with an extra to go with one)

      Toccata and Fugue- by Bach

      Hungarian Rhapsody no 2- by Liszt

      Nutcracker Suite- by Tchaikovsky

      Eine Kline Nachtmusik- by Mozart

      New World Symphony- by Dvorak

      Four Seasons: Winter: Movement 1- by Vivaldi

      Night on Bald Mountain- by Mussorgsky- with special appearance by Ave Maria- by Schubert

      NO, NO NO. Too much reused segments from original 1940 film. Here's my version with the reused ones (except for one) replaced.

      1st segment: Symphony 4 (Italian), 1st movement- by Felix Mendelssohn

      2nd segment: Hungarian Rhapsody no 2- by Franz Liszt (I agree on that)

      3rd segment: Flight of the Bumblebee (from The Tale of Tsar Saltan)- by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov

      4th segment: Planets: Jupiter- by Gustav Holst

      5th segment: 1812 Overture- by Pyotr Illyich Tchaikovsky

      6th segment: Water Music Suite No. 2-  by George Frederic Handel

      7th segment: Symphony 9, 4th movement (Ode to Joy)- by Ludwig Van Beethoven

      8th segment: Brandenburg concerto No. 2 and Brandenburg Concerto No. 3- by Johann Sebastian Bach

      9th segment: Rite of Spring (dinosaurs now look more accurate and up to date but theropods lack feathers)- by Igor Stravinsky

      10th segment: Four Seasons concertos (Spring, Fall and Winter)- by Antonio Vivaldi

      11th segment: Piano Concerto No. 11- by Joseph Haydn

      12th segment: Eine Kleine Nachtmusik- by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

      13th segment: 5th Symphony-  by Franz Schubert

      14th segment: New world symphony (4th movement)- by Antonin Dvorak (I like that too)

      15th segment: Grande Valse Brilliante- by Frederic Chopin

      16th segment: Annen Polka, Blue Danube and Voices of Spring- all by Johann Strauss II

      17th segment: Clair De Lune (unused scene from Fantasia)- by Claude Debussy

      The final segment: A remake of the finale of Fantasia (aka Night on Bald Mountain). Dream of a witches sabbath (from Symphonie Fantastique)- by Hector Berlioz (Chernabog/devil and demons part), Canon in D- by Johann Pachelbell (Monks) (PS: some changes are added to prevent controversy in which the original segment had nudity and violence and starts with the Dies Irae from the Symphonie Fantastique)

      End credits: Great Gate of Kiev (from Pictures at an Exhibition)- By Modest Mussorgsky (arr. Maurice Ravel)

      Since there are 18 segments this could probably be one of the longest american films and longest disney film.

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    • I think that Fantasia 3000 (my idea for a fantasia movie) should have original pieces:

      Melody of the Planets

      The Sword of Heroes

      A Little Ghost

      Pirates of the 20 Seas

      Rock of the Skeletons

      Night on Bald Mountain

      Bohemian Rhapsody

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    • Reid007 wrote:
      I think that Fantasia 3000 (my idea for a fantasia movie) should have original pieces:

      Melody of the Planets

      The Sword of Heroes

      A Little Ghost

      Rock of the Skeletons

      Night on Bald Mountain

      Bohemian Rhapsody

      Only classical music please (yes night on bald mountain is classical music but it has already been used)

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    • Jfgoofy wrote:
      Reid007 wrote:
      I think that Fantasia 3000 (my idea for a fantasia movie) should have original pieces:

      Melody of the Planets

      The Sword of Heroes

      A Little Ghost

      Pirates of the 20 Seas

      Rock of the Skeletons

      Night on Bald Mountain

      Bohemian Rhapsody

      Only classical music please (yes night on bald mountain is classical music but it has already been used)

      Fantasia can't always be about classical music, guys. The reason i put Night on Bald Mountain was to mimic Fantasia 2000 when it had the Sorcerer's Apprentice. My ideas for the segment music should be:

      Melody of the Planets (classic)

      The Sword of Heroes (Japanese/Chinese)

      A Little Ghost (set to the tune of Sweeney Todd's "A Little Priest")

      Pirates of the 20 Seas (Pirates of the Caribbean style music)

      Rock of the Skeletons (Heavy metal)

      Night on Bald Mountain (original)

      Bohemian Rhapsody (original 1975 version)

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    • Jfgoofy wrote:
      HeroicRebellion wrote:

      Jfgoofy wrote:





      Maximillion93 wrote:
      Reid007 wrote:
      I wonder what would happen if they did Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen.
      They're already doing that, apparently.
      That's what we're talking about but it has nothing to do with the original/actual Fantasia. The only thing that is related is Yen Sid, several pieces of classical music and the name.
      With all due respect, I humbly disagree with your views. Due to curiosity, I've conducted experiments on the first 6 songs confirmed and I conclude that it IS possible to make fantasia with modern songs, though a great amount of conditions need to be met.

      I'm not saying however that all modern music is cut out for this. Heck, some songs confirmed for the game I cannot see why they're included (this will probably change when the levels are explored when the game comes out). I have grouped several of these songs into what I call the "radio" group, as a sort of testament to how music has fallen. My least favorites at this point are "Super Bass" and "Get Ur Freak On".

      Now to keep this from being a post all about the game, here's the now confirmed list for the 3rd fantasia if they were to make it. I can't say if the order is correct, but all 7 pieces are to appear (with an extra to go with one)

      Toccata and Fugue- by Bach

      Hungarian Rhapsody no 2- by Liszt

      Nutcracker Suite- by Tchaikovsky

      Eine Kline Nachtmusik- by Mozart

      New World Symphony- by Dvorak

      Four Seasons: Winter: Movement 1- by Vivaldi

      Night on Bald Mountain- by Mussorgsky- with special appearance by Ave Maria- by Schubert

      NO, NO NO. Too much reused segments from original 1940 film. Here's my version with the reused ones (except for one) replaced.

      1st segment: Symphony 4 (Italian), 1st movement- by Felix Mendelssohn

      2nd segment: Hungarian Rhapsody no 2- by Franz Liszt (I agree on that)

      3rd segment: Flight of the Bumblebee (from The Tale of Tsar Saltan)- by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov

      4th segment: Planets: Jupiter- by Gustav Holst

      5th segment: 1812 Overture- by Pyotr Illyich Tchaikovsky

      6th segment: Water Music Suite No. 2-  by George Frederic Handel

      7th segment: Symphony 9, 4th movement (Ode to Joy)- by Ludwig Van Beethoven

      8th segment: Brandenburg concerto No. 2 and Brandenburg Concerto No. 3- by Johann Sebastian Bach

      9th segment: Rite of Spring (dinosaurs now look more accurate and up to date but theropods lack feathers)- by Igor Stravinsky

      10th segment: Four Seasons concertos (Spring, Fall and Winter)- by Antonio Vivaldi

      11th segment: Piano Concerto No. 11- by Joseph Haydn

      12th segment: Eine Kleine Nachtmusik- by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

      13th segment: 5th Symphony-  by Franz Schubert

      14th segment: New world symphony (4th movement)- by Antonin Dvorak (I like that too)

      15th segment: Grande Valse Brilliante- by Frederic Chopin

      16th segment: Annen Polka, Blue Danube and Voices of Spring- all by Johann Strauss II

      17th segment: Clair De Lune (unused scene from Fantasia)- by Claude Debussy

      The final segment: A remake of the finale of Fantasia (aka Night on Bald Mountain). Dream of a witches sabbath (from Symphonie Fantastique)- by Hector Berlioz (Chernabog/devil and demons part), Canon in D- by Johann Pachelbell (Monks) (PS: some changes are added to prevent controversy in which the original segment had nudity and violence and starts with the Dies Irae from the Symphonie Fantastique)

      End credits: Great Gate of Kiev (from Pictures at an Exhibition)- By Modest Mussorgsky (arr. Maurice Ravel)

      Since there are 18 segments this could probably be one of the longest american films and longest disney film.

      sorry that it upseted you. but if you have a problem then im afraid you're going to have to take it up with disney. They were the ones who wrote it not me.


      Also for everyone, the list has been updated though I would have placed some pieces in different places than others. also the list seems a bit confused as there are multiple ways to read it while there are places where they are concrete. Here's the verison I would go with because of the placing.

      Toccata and Fugue

      Eine Kliene Nachtmusik

      Night on Bald Mountain/Ave Maria

      New World Symphony

      Hungarian Rhapsody no. 2

      Nutcracker suite

      Vivaldi's Winter


      and here's the ordering guidlines for the program

      Toccata and Fugue goes first

      Last is Vivaldi's winter and nutcracker suite goes right before it

      Eine Kliene Nachtmusik or New World Symphony goes right after Toccata and Fugue

      If Eine Kliene Nachtmusik goes first, Night on Bald Mountain follows

      If New World Symphony goes first, Hungarian Rhapsody follows

      Whichever pair goes first, the other follows


      and to be perfectly honest, Toccata and Fugue was the last piece from the 1st film that i'd expected to return

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    • Maybe Night on Bald Mountain 

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    • My idea for Fantasia Concluded/Fantasia 2060

      The Sorcerer's Apprentice by Paul Dukas- From Fantasia

      Pomp and Circumstance Marches by Sir Edward Elgar- From Fantasia 2000

      Insert 3rd segment here - One invloving Goofy, Minnie and Pluto. Maybe William Tell Overture, Ride of the Valkyries or In the Hall of the Mountain King.

      Petrushka by Igo Stravinsky

      Symphony No. 4 by Beethoven

      Rhapsody in Blue by George Gerswin - From Fantasia 2000

      Insert 7th segmemt here

      Insert 8th segment here

      Toccata and Fugue in D Minor by Johann Bach - From Fantasia as a bookend to the whole trilogy.

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    • DisneyJr wrote:
      they probably wont make another fantasia, since their fantasia 2000 kinda destroyed the Disney renaissance.... two fantasias r enough, and also, people r starting to dislike fantasia, thinking its not entertaining. so fantasia is getting less fans by days.

      No, that movie did not destroy the reinasscance. If anything, it was a modest success. It's movies like Dinosaur that came after it and competition with Dreamworks and Pixar which destroyed Disney. Seeing as Disney Animation have such successful short: just get the artists from all of those various shorts and have them collaborate together to create Fantasia 3!

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    • Alpha Baymax wrote:
      DisneyJr wrote:
      they probably wont make another fantasia, since their fantasia 2000 kinda destroyed the Disney renaissance.... two fantasias r enough, and also, people r starting to dislike fantasia, thinking its not entertaining. so fantasia is getting less fans by days.
      No, that movie did not destroy the reinasscance. If anything, it was a modest success. It's movies like Dinosaur that came after it and competition with Dreamworks and Pixar which destroyed Disney. Seeing as Disney Animation have such successful short: just get the artists from all of those various shorts and have them collaborate together to create Fantasia 3!

      Exactly!

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      DisneyJr wrote:
      they probably wont make another fantasia, since their fantasia 2000 kinda destroyed the Disney renaissance.... two fantasias r enough, and also, people r starting to dislike fantasia, thinking its not entertaining. so fantasia is getting less fans by days.
      No, that movie did not destroy the reinasscance. If anything, it was a modest success. It's movies like Dinosaur that came after it and competition with Dreamworks and Pixar which destroyed Disney. Seeing as Disney Animation have such successful short: just get the artists from all of those various shorts and have them collaborate together to create Fantasia 3!
      Exactly!

      Fantasia 3 will be the perfect excuse to bring back hand drawn animation!

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    • Alpha Baymax wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      DisneyJr wrote:
      they probably wont make another fantasia, since their fantasia 2000 kinda destroyed the Disney renaissance.... two fantasias r enough, and also, people r starting to dislike fantasia, thinking its not entertaining. so fantasia is getting less fans by days.
      No, that movie did not destroy the reinasscance. If anything, it was a modest success. It's movies like Dinosaur that came after it and competition with Dreamworks and Pixar which destroyed Disney. Seeing as Disney Animation have such successful short: just get the artists from all of those various shorts and have them collaborate together to create Fantasia 3!
      Exactly!
      Fantasia 3 will be the perfect excuse to bring back hand drawn animation!

      FTW!

      Ooo, how are these two for a title: Fantasia Concluded or Fantasia 2060 ?

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      DisneyJr wrote:
      they probably wont make another fantasia, since their fantasia 2000 kinda destroyed the Disney renaissance.... two fantasias r enough, and also, people r starting to dislike fantasia, thinking its not entertaining. so fantasia is getting less fans by days.
      No, that movie did not destroy the reinasscance. If anything, it was a modest success. It's movies like Dinosaur that came after it and competition with Dreamworks and Pixar which destroyed Disney. Seeing as Disney Animation have such successful short: just get the artists from all of those various shorts and have them collaborate together to create Fantasia 3!
      Exactly!
      Fantasia 3 will be the perfect excuse to bring back hand drawn animation!
      FTW!

      Ooo, how are these two for a title: Fantasia Concluded or Fantasia 2060 ?

      I'd personally want it to be called Fantasia The Fhird.

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    • Alpha Baymax wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      DisneyJr wrote:
      they probably wont make another fantasia, since their fantasia 2000 kinda destroyed the Disney renaissance.... two fantasias r enough, and also, people r starting to dislike fantasia, thinking its not entertaining. so fantasia is getting less fans by days.
      No, that movie did not destroy the reinasscance. If anything, it was a modest success. It's movies like Dinosaur that came after it and competition with Dreamworks and Pixar which destroyed Disney. Seeing as Disney Animation have such successful short: just get the artists from all of those various shorts and have them collaborate together to create Fantasia 3!
      Exactly!
      Fantasia 3 will be the perfect excuse to bring back hand drawn animation!
      FTW!

      Ooo, how are these two for a title: Fantasia Concluded or Fantasia 2060 ?

      I'd personally want it to be called Fantasia The Fhird.

      "Fhird"?

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      DisneyJr wrote:
      they probably wont make another fantasia, since their fantasia 2000 kinda destroyed the Disney renaissance.... two fantasias r enough, and also, people r starting to dislike fantasia, thinking its not entertaining. so fantasia is getting less fans by days.
      No, that movie did not destroy the reinasscance. If anything, it was a modest success. It's movies like Dinosaur that came after it and competition with Dreamworks and Pixar which destroyed Disney. Seeing as Disney Animation have such successful short: just get the artists from all of those various shorts and have them collaborate together to create Fantasia 3!
      Exactly!
      Fantasia 3 will be the perfect excuse to bring back hand drawn animation!
      FTW!

      Ooo, how are these two for a title: Fantasia Concluded or Fantasia 2060 ?

      I'd personally want it to be called Fantasia The Fhird.
      "Fhird"?

      Yeah, It's a play on the fact that it's the third Fantasia, and, it's alliteration.

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    • Alpha Baymax wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      DisneyJr wrote:
      they probably wont make another fantasia, since their fantasia 2000 kinda destroyed the Disney renaissance.... two fantasias r enough, and also, people r starting to dislike fantasia, thinking its not entertaining. so fantasia is getting less fans by days.
      No, that movie did not destroy the reinasscance. If anything, it was a modest success. It's movies like Dinosaur that came after it and competition with Dreamworks and Pixar which destroyed Disney. Seeing as Disney Animation have such successful short: just get the artists from all of those various shorts and have them collaborate together to create Fantasia 3!
      Exactly!
      Fantasia 3 will be the perfect excuse to bring back hand drawn animation!
      FTW!

      Ooo, how are these two for a title: Fantasia Concluded or Fantasia 2060 ?

      I'd personally want it to be called Fantasia The Fhird.
      "Fhird"?
      Yeah, It's a play on the fact that it's the third Fantasia, and, it's alliteration.

      Oh, you mean like Fantasia the Third? Though your idea may seem a bit gimmicky, and I highly doubt Fantasia is supposed to be like that.

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      DisneyJr wrote:
      they probably wont make another fantasia, since their fantasia 2000 kinda destroyed the Disney renaissance.... two fantasias r enough, and also, people r starting to dislike fantasia, thinking its not entertaining. so fantasia is getting less fans by days.
      No, that movie did not destroy the reinasscance. If anything, it was a modest success. It's movies like Dinosaur that came after it and competition with Dreamworks and Pixar which destroyed Disney. Seeing as Disney Animation have such successful short: just get the artists from all of those various shorts and have them collaborate together to create Fantasia 3!
      Exactly!
      Fantasia 3 will be the perfect excuse to bring back hand drawn animation!
      FTW!

      Ooo, how are these two for a title: Fantasia Concluded or Fantasia 2060 ?

      I'd personally want it to be called Fantasia The Fhird.
      "Fhird"?
      Yeah, It's a play on the fact that it's the third Fantasia, and, it's alliteration.
      Oh, you mean like Fantasia the Third? Though your idea may seem a bit gimmicky, and I highly doubt Fantasia is supposed to be like that.

      To be fair, Fantasia "2000" as the sequel name was gimmicky in its own right. Okay, at the very least, Fantasia The Third seems very fitting.

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    • Alpha Baymax wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      DisneyJr wrote:
      they probably wont make another fantasia, since their fantasia 2000 kinda destroyed the Disney renaissance.... two fantasias r enough, and also, people r starting to dislike fantasia, thinking its not entertaining. so fantasia is getting less fans by days.
      No, that movie did not destroy the reinasscance. If anything, it was a modest success. It's movies like Dinosaur that came after it and competition with Dreamworks and Pixar which destroyed Disney. Seeing as Disney Animation have such successful short: just get the artists from all of those various shorts and have them collaborate together to create Fantasia 3!
      Exactly!
      Fantasia 3 will be the perfect excuse to bring back hand drawn animation!
      FTW!

      Ooo, how are these two for a title: Fantasia Concluded or Fantasia 2060 ?

      I'd personally want it to be called Fantasia The Fhird.
      "Fhird"?
      Yeah, It's a play on the fact that it's the third Fantasia, and, it's alliteration.
      Oh, you mean like Fantasia the Third? Though your idea may seem a bit gimmicky, and I highly doubt Fantasia is supposed to be like that.
      To be fair, Fantasia "2000" as the sequel name was gimmicky in its own right. Okay, at the very least, Fantasia The Third seems very fitting.

      That and it had two initial titles: Fantasia Continued and Fantasia '99 (or Fantasia 1999).

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      DisneyJr wrote:
      they probably wont make another fantasia, since their fantasia 2000 kinda destroyed the Disney renaissance.... two fantasias r enough, and also, people r starting to dislike fantasia, thinking its not entertaining. so fantasia is getting less fans by days.
      No, that movie did not destroy the reinasscance. If anything, it was a modest success. It's movies like Dinosaur that came after it and competition with Dreamworks and Pixar which destroyed Disney. Seeing as Disney Animation have such successful short: just get the artists from all of those various shorts and have them collaborate together to create Fantasia 3!
      Exactly!
      Fantasia 3 will be the perfect excuse to bring back hand drawn animation!
      FTW!

      Ooo, how are these two for a title: Fantasia Concluded or Fantasia 2060 ?

      I'd personally want it to be called Fantasia The Fhird.
      "Fhird"?
      Yeah, It's a play on the fact that it's the third Fantasia, and, it's alliteration.
      Oh, you mean like Fantasia the Third? Though your idea may seem a bit gimmicky, and I highly doubt Fantasia is supposed to be like that.
      To be fair, Fantasia "2000" as the sequel name was gimmicky in its own right. Okay, at the very least, Fantasia The Third seems very fitting.
      That and it had two initial titles: Fantasia Continued and Fantasia '99 (or Fantasia 1999).

      It's a shame they cancelled Fantasia. I hope they revivie it in the future.

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    • Alpha Baymax wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Alpha Baymax wrote:
      DisneyJr wrote:
      they probably wont make another fantasia, since their fantasia 2000 kinda destroyed the Disney renaissance.... two fantasias r enough, and also, people r starting to dislike fantasia, thinking its not entertaining. so fantasia is getting less fans by days.
      No, that movie did not destroy the reinasscance. If anything, it was a modest success. It's movies like Dinosaur that came after it and competition with Dreamworks and Pixar which destroyed Disney. Seeing as Disney Animation have such successful short: just get the artists from all of those various shorts and have them collaborate together to create Fantasia 3!
      Exactly!
      Fantasia 3 will be the perfect excuse to bring back hand drawn animation!
      FTW!

      Ooo, how are these two for a title: Fantasia Concluded or Fantasia 2060 ?

      I'd personally want it to be called Fantasia The Fhird.
      "Fhird"?
      Yeah, It's a play on the fact that it's the third Fantasia, and, it's alliteration.
      Oh, you mean like Fantasia the Third? Though your idea may seem a bit gimmicky, and I highly doubt Fantasia is supposed to be like that.
      To be fair, Fantasia "2000" as the sequel name was gimmicky in its own right. Okay, at the very least, Fantasia The Third seems very fitting.
      That and it had two initial titles: Fantasia Continued and Fantasia '99 (or Fantasia 1999).
      It's a shame they cancelled Fantasia. I hope they revivie it in the future.

      Yeah, but still, what do you think of those two working titles?

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    • Excuse me, I'm sorry about this interrupt. I have segments for "Fantasia III" and I've got the story are have to tell you.

      1st segment: Also sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss: This is the story for Apollo 11 on July 20, 1969 and the spaceflight to the moon and landing to walk on the moon with the American flag to salute in space.

      2nd segment: The Sorcerer's Apprentice by Paul Dukas: Mickey Mouse, the young apprentice of the sorcerer Yen Sid, attempts some of his master's magic tricks but doesn't know how to control them.

      3rd segment: Blue Danube Waltz by Johann Strauss II: The story for Pluto (Mickey's pet dog) who played Romeo and Dinah the Dachshund who played Juliet. K.B. (from Pluto's Kid Brother (1946)) who played Mercutio. And Butch the Bulldog who played Tybalt. The true love for Romeo and Juliet for a kiss and marry like the Capulets and the Montagues. Pluto Junior is in the film.

      4th segment: Für Elise by Ludwig van Beethoven: The story of Goofy is a police office and rescues the puppy from the alley by those alley dogs.

      5th segment: In the Mood by Glenn Miller Orchestra: In the 1940s, the private soldier and the nurse who were fell in love for some dance away from the evil sailor.

      6th segment: Ode to Joy by Ludwig van Beethoven: The story for the maid and the farm boy in Holland that they in love for the Christian church.

      7th segment: William Tell Overture by Gioachino Rossini: The story about the family in 1840s before the little boy to find the animal and it was the lion in Africa.

      8th segment: Turkey in the Straw by George Washington Dixon, Bob Farrell and George Nichols: The story about the young pig with his friend of the baby turkey to dancing in the farm.

      9th segment: Chicken Reel by Joseph M. Daly: The story of the rooster and the chicken who in love for the farm and away from the chicken's evil mother.

      10th segment: The Stars and Stripes Forever and The Washington Post by John Philip Sousa: The story for the Navy soldier came home from World War I and the Navy soldier went to World War II before the end of the war to came home again.

      11th segment: Orpheus in the Underworld: Infernal Galop by Jacques Offenbach: The story begins with the song with the dancing girls in Paris, France.

      12th and final segment: In the Hall of the Mountain King by Edvard Grieg: The final story begins with the evil king is going to fight against the good king and the good queen from England where the evil king lived in Norway.

      Look, I just want to help for "Fantasia III" with the composer, Danny Elfman to performing in Sacramento, California.

      With the actors: Dan Aykroyd, Robert Downey, Jr., Gary Sinise, Steve Martin, Chris Diamantopoulos, Elton John, Daniel Day-Lewis, Josh Brolin, Diane Lane, Liam Neeson, James Franco, and Jennifer Aniston.

      And the characters: Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, Minnie Mouse, Pluto, Dinah the Dachshund, Pluto's Kid Brother, Pluto Junior, Butch the Bulldog, and Jiminy Cricket.

      Finally, it will be hosted from "Fantasia" and "Fantasia 2000" in the movie. I will be ready in the future and hosted with it. Or my name isn't Tyler Lee Jewell from Rocklin, California.

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    • Tylerjewell wrote:
      Excuse me, I'm sorry about this interrupt.

      I have segments for "Fantasia III" and I've got the story are have to tell you.

      1st segment: Also sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss: This is the story for Apollo 11 on July 20, 1969 and the spaceflight to the moon and landing to walk on the moon with the American flag to salute in space.

      2nd segment: The Sorcerer's Apprentice by Paul Dukas: Mickey Mouse, the young apprentice of the sorcerer Yen Sid, attempts some of his master's magic tricks but doesn't know how to control them.

      3rd segment: Blue Danube Waltz by Johann Strauss II: The story for Pluto (Mickey's pet dog) who played Romeo and Dinah the Dachshund who played Juliet. K.B. (from Pluto's Kid Brother (1946)) who played Mercutio. And Butch the Bulldog who played Tybalt. The true love for Romeo and Juliet for a kiss and marry like the Capulets and the Montagues. Pluto Junior is in the film.

      4th segment: Für Elise by Ludwig van Beethoven: The story of Goofy is a police office and rescues the puppy from the alley by those alley dogs.

      5th segment: In the Mood by Glenn Miller Orchestra: In the 1940s, the private soldier and the nurse who were fell in love for some dance away from the evil sailor.

      6th segment: Ode to Joy by Ludwig van Beethoven: The story for the maid and the farm boy in Holland that they in love for the Christian church.

      7th segment: William Tell Overture by Gioachino Rossini: The story about the family in 1840s before the little boy to find the animal and it was the lion in Africa.

      8th segment: Turkey in the Straw by George Washington Dixon, Bob Farrell and George Nichols: The story about the young pig with his friend of the baby turkey to dancing in the farm.

      9th segment: Chicken Reel by Joseph M. Daly: The story of the rooster and the chicken who in love for the farm and away from the chicken's evil mother.

      10th segment: The Stars and Stripes Forever and The Washington Post by John Philip Sousa: The story for the Navy soldier came home from World War I and the Navy soldier went to World War II before the end of the war to came home again.

      11th segment: Orpheus in the Underworld: Infernal Galop by Jacques Offenbach: The story begins with the song with the dancing girls in Paris, France.

      12th and final segment: In the Hall of the Mountain King by Edvard Grieg: The final story begins with the evil king is going to fight against the good king and the good queen from England where the evil king lived in Norway.

      Look, I just want to help for "Fantasia III" with the composer, Danny Elfman to performing in Sacramento, California.

      With the actors: Dan Aykroyd, Robert Downey, Jr., Gary Sinise, Steve Martin, Chris Diamantopoulos, Elton John, Daniel Day-Lewis, Josh Brolin, Diane Lane, Liam Neeson, James Franco, and Jennifer Aniston.

      And the characters: Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, Minnie Mouse, Pluto, Dinah the Dachshund, Pluto's Kid Brother, Pluto Junior, Butch the Bulldog, and Jiminy Cricket.

      Finally, it will be hosted from "Fantasia" and "Fantasia 2000" in the movie. I will be ready in the future and hosted with it. Or my name isn't Tyler Lee Jewell from Rocklin, California.

      No room for any abstract segments?

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:
      Tylerjewell wrote:
      Excuse me, I'm sorry about this interrupt.

      I have segments for "Fantasia III" and I've got the story are have to tell you.

      1st segment: Also sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss: This is the story for Apollo 11 on July 20, 1969 and the spaceflight to the moon and landing to walk on the moon with the American flag to salute in space.

      2nd segment: The Sorcerer's Apprentice by Paul Dukas: Mickey Mouse, the young apprentice of the sorcerer Yen Sid, attempts some of his master's magic tricks but doesn't know how to control them.

      3rd segment: Blue Danube Waltz by Johann Strauss II: The story for Pluto (Mickey's pet dog) who played Romeo and Dinah the Dachshund who played Juliet. K.B. (from Pluto's Kid Brother (1946)) who played Mercutio. And Butch the Bulldog who played Tybalt. The true love for Romeo and Juliet for a kiss and marry like the Capulets and the Montagues. Pluto Junior is in the film.

      4th segment: Für Elise by Ludwig van Beethoven: The story of Goofy is a police office and rescues the puppy from the alley by those alley dogs.

      5th segment: In the Mood by Glenn Miller Orchestra: In the 1940s, the private soldier and the nurse who were fell in love for some dance away from the evil sailor.

      6th segment: Ode to Joy by Ludwig van Beethoven: The story for the maid and the farm boy in Holland that they in love for the Christian church.

      7th segment: William Tell Overture by Gioachino Rossini: The story about the family in 1840s before the little boy to find the animal and it was the lion in Africa.

      8th segment: Turkey in the Straw by George Washington Dixon, Bob Farrell and George Nichols: The story about the young pig with his friend of the baby turkey to dancing in the farm.

      9th segment: Chicken Reel by Joseph M. Daly: The story of the rooster and the chicken who in love for the farm and away from the chicken's evil mother.

      10th segment: The Stars and Stripes Forever and The Washington Post by John Philip Sousa: The story for the Navy soldier came home from World War I and the Navy soldier went to World War II before the end of the war to came home again.

      11th segment: Orpheus in the Underworld: Infernal Galop by Jacques Offenbach: The story begins with the song with the dancing girls in Paris, France.

      12th and final segment: In the Hall of the Mountain King by Edvard Grieg: The final story begins with the evil king is going to fight against the good king and the good queen from England where the evil king lived in Norway.

      Look, I just want to help for "Fantasia III" with the composer, Danny Elfman to performing in Sacramento, California.

      With the actors: Dan Aykroyd, Robert Downey, Jr., Gary Sinise, Steve Martin, Chris Diamantopoulos, Elton John, Daniel Day-Lewis, Josh Brolin, Diane Lane, Liam Neeson, James Franco, and Jennifer Aniston.

      And the characters: Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, Minnie Mouse, Pluto, Dinah the Dachshund, Pluto's Kid Brother, Pluto Junior, Butch the Bulldog, and Jiminy Cricket.

      Finally, it will be hosted from "Fantasia" and "Fantasia 2000" in the movie. I will be ready in the future and hosted with it. Or my name isn't Tyler Lee Jewell from Rocklin, California.

      No room for any abstract segments?

      Same here, I think abstract segments are a necessity here!

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    • I don't want to make abstract segments. I want to help the conscience segments. Look, I have segments for "Fantasia III" and I've got the story that you should help me. Same not, there is the room for any article segments for any ideas with that.

      I made it all up:

      1st segment: Also sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss: This is the story for Apollo 11 on July 20, 1969 and the spaceflight to the moon and landing to walk on the moon with the American flag to salute in space.

      2nd segment: The Sorcerer's Apprentice by Paul Dukas: Mickey Mouse, the young apprentice of the sorcerer Yen Sid, attempts some of his master's magic tricks but doesn't know how to control them.

      3rd segment: Blue Danube Waltz by Johann Strauss II: The story for Pluto (Mickey's pet dog) who played Romeo and Dinah the Dachshund who played Juliet. K.B. (from Pluto's Kid Brother (1946)) who played Mercutio. And Butch the Bulldog who played Tybalt. The true love for Romeo and Juliet for a kiss and marry like the Capulets and the Montagues. Pluto Junior is in the film.

      4th segment: Für Elise by Ludwig van Beethoven: The story of Goofy is a police office and rescues the puppy from the alley by those alley dogs.

      5th segment: In the Mood by Glenn Miller Orchestra: In the 1940s, the private soldier and the nurse who were fell in love for some dance away from the evil sailor.

      6th segment: Ode to Joy by Ludwig van Beethoven: The story for the maid and the farm boy in Holland that they in love for the Christian church.

      7th segment: William Tell Overture by Gioachino Rossini: The story about the family in 1840s before the little boy to find the animal and it was the lion in Africa.

      8th segment: Turkey in the Straw by George Washington Dixon, Bob Farrell and George Nichols: The story about the young pig with his friend of the baby turkey to dancing in the farm.

      9th segment: Chicken Reel by Joseph M. Daly: The story of the rooster and the chicken who in love for the farm and away from the chicken's evil mother.

      10th segment: The Stars and Stripes Forever and The Washington Post by John Philip Sousa: The story for the Navy soldier came home from World War I and the Navy soldier went to World War II before the end of the war to came home again.

      11th segment: Orpheus in the Underworld: Infernal Galop by Jacques Offenbach: The story begins with the song with the dancing girls in Paris, France.

      12th and final segment: In the Hall of the Mountain King by Edvard Grieg: The final story begins with the evil king is going to fight against the good king and the good queen from England where the evil king lived in Norway.

      Look, I just...hold on a second. (pause) Because, "Fantasia III" shall be exist in the future movie. Don't you understand that? Are you hearing this? I have to start with the plug and the area start to push it in. I've been push the plug in. "Fantasia III" will composed by Danny Elfman. Don't you all understand that?

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    • Tylerjewell wrote:
      I don't want to make abstract segments. I want to help the conscience segments. Look, I have segments for "Fantasia III" and I've got the story that you should help me. Same not, there is the room for any article segments for any ideas with that.

      I made it all up:

      1st segment: Also sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss: This is the story for Apollo 11 on July 20, 1969 and the spaceflight to the moon and landing to walk on the moon with the American flag to salute in space.

      2nd segment: The Sorcerer's Apprentice by Paul Dukas: Mickey Mouse, the young apprentice of the sorcerer Yen Sid, attempts some of his master's magic tricks but doesn't know how to control them.

      3rd segment: Blue Danube Waltz by Johann Strauss II: The story for Pluto (Mickey's pet dog) who played Romeo and Dinah the Dachshund who played Juliet. K.B. (from Pluto's Kid Brother (1946)) who played Mercutio. And Butch the Bulldog who played Tybalt. The true love for Romeo and Juliet for a kiss and marry like the Capulets and the Montagues. Pluto Junior is in the film.

      4th segment: Für Elise by Ludwig van Beethoven: The story of Goofy is a police office and rescues the puppy from the alley by those alley dogs.

      5th segment: In the Mood by Glenn Miller Orchestra: In the 1940s, the private soldier and the nurse who were fell in love for some dance away from the evil sailor.

      6th segment: Ode to Joy by Ludwig van Beethoven: The story for the maid and the farm boy in Holland that they in love for the Christian church.

      7th segment: William Tell Overture by Gioachino Rossini: The story about the family in 1840s before the little boy to find the animal and it was the lion in Africa.

      8th segment: Turkey in the Straw by George Washington Dixon, Bob Farrell and George Nichols: The story about the young pig with his friend of the baby turkey to dancing in the farm.

      9th segment: Chicken Reel by Joseph M. Daly: The story of the rooster and the chicken who in love for the farm and away from the chicken's evil mother.

      10th segment: The Stars and Stripes Forever and The Washington Post by John Philip Sousa: The story for the Navy soldier came home from World War I and the Navy soldier went to World War II before the end of the war to came home again.

      11th segment: Orpheus in the Underworld: Infernal Galop by Jacques Offenbach: The story begins with the song with the dancing girls in Paris, France.

      12th and final segment: In the Hall of the Mountain King by Edvard Grieg: The final story begins with the evil king is going to fight against the good king and the good queen from England where the evil king lived in Norway.

      Look, I just...hold on a second. (pause) Because, "Fantasia III" shall be exist in the future movie. Don't you understand that? Are you hearing this? I have to start with the plug and the area start to push it in. I've been push the plug in. "Fantasia III" will composed by Danny Elfman. Don't you all understand that?

      You just typed down the same comment.

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    • Oh, sorry. My apologies. So sorry.

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    • Tylerjewell wrote:
      Oh, sorry. My apologies. So sorry.

      It's ok.

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    • Thanks. So, uh, what else is there?

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    • Tylerjewell wrote:
      Thanks. So, uh, what else is there?

      I dunno.

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    • I saw Mickey Mouse from "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" with Disney and Leopold. That is why Mickey is made in magic of the Sorcerer's Hat. Did you see Mickey with the magic?

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    • Tylerjewell wrote:
      I saw Mickey Mouse from "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" with Disney and Leopold. That is why Mickey is made in magic of the Sorcerer's Hat. Did you see Mickey with the magic?

      Yes, so?

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    • So, what happened to Mickey was swimming on the water and stop at the broom to fill up the water after he's asleep of his dreams?

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    • Tylerjewell wrote:
      So, what happened to Mickey was swimming on the water and stop at the broom to fill up the water after he's asleep of his dreams?

      I've seen the films, of course I know.

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    • Did Donald Duck appears in "Fantasia 2000"?

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    • Tylerjewell wrote:
      I don't want to make abstract segments. I want to help the conscience segments. Look, I have segments for "Fantasia III" and I've got the story that you should help me. Same not, there is the room for any article segments for any ideas with that.

      I made it all up:

      1st segment: Also sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss: This is the story for Apollo 11 on July 20, 1969 and the spaceflight to the moon and landing to walk on the moon with the American flag to salute in space.

      2nd segment: The Sorcerer's Apprentice by Paul Dukas: Mickey Mouse, the young apprentice of the sorcerer Yen Sid, attempts some of his master's magic tricks but doesn't know how to control them.

      3rd segment: Blue Danube Waltz by Johann Strauss II: The story for Pluto (Mickey's pet dog) who played Romeo and Dinah the Dachshund who played Juliet. K.B. (from Pluto's Kid Brother (1946)) who played Mercutio. And Butch the Bulldog who played Tybalt. The true love for Romeo and Juliet for a kiss and marry like the Capulets and the Montagues. Pluto Junior is in the film.

      4th segment: Für Elise by Ludwig van Beethoven: The story of Goofy is a police office and rescues the puppy from the alley by those alley dogs.

      5th segment: In the Mood by Glenn Miller Orchestra: In the 1940s, the private soldier and the nurse who were fell in love for some dance away from the evil sailor.

      6th segment: Ode to Joy by Ludwig van Beethoven: The story for the maid and the farm boy in Holland that they in love for the Christian church.

      7th segment: William Tell Overture by Gioachino Rossini: The story about the family in 1840s before the little boy to find the animal and it was the lion in Africa.

      8th segment: Turkey in the Straw by George Washington Dixon, Bob Farrell and George Nichols: The story about the young pig with his friend of the baby turkey to dancing in the farm.

      9th segment: Chicken Reel by Joseph M. Daly: The story of the rooster and the chicken who in love for the farm and away from the chicken's evil mother.

      10th segment: The Stars and Stripes Forever and The Washington Post by John Philip Sousa: The story for the Navy soldier came home from World War I and the Navy soldier went to World War II before the end of the war to came home again.

      11th segment: Orpheus in the Underworld: Infernal Galop by Jacques Offenbach: The story begins with the song with the dancing girls in Paris, France.

      12th and final segment: In the Hall of the Mountain King by Edvard Grieg: The final story begins with the evil king is going to fight against the good king and the good queen from England where the evil king lived in Norway.

      Look, I just...hold on a second. (pause) Because, "Fantasia III" shall be exist in the future movie. Don't you understand that? Are you hearing this? I have to start with the plug and the area start to push it in. I've been push the plug in. "Fantasia III" will composed by Danny Elfman. Don't you all understand that?

      I think a Fantasia film should have a mix of both abstract and narrative segments. It helps give the film variety and it allows for more experimentation. That's why Fantasia is so good; it lets the Disney animators be creative and do what they want, and that includes breaking away from the traditional three-act narrative structure. 

      Also, does you even grammars?

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    • Tylerjewell wrote:
      Did Donald Duck appears in "Fantasia 2000"?

      Duh, yes. No offence, but you sound a bit like an idiot. I'm not saying you are. but you sound a bit like one, is English your secondary language or something?

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    • Nsanity64 wrote:
      Tylerjewell wrote:
      I don't want to make abstract segments. I want to help the conscience segments. Look, I have segments for "Fantasia III" and I've got the story that you should help me. Same not, there is the room for any article segments for any ideas with that.

      I made it all up:

      1st segment: Also sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss: This is the story for Apollo 11 on July 20, 1969 and the spaceflight to the moon and landing to walk on the moon with the American flag to salute in space.

      2nd segment: The Sorcerer's Apprentice by Paul Dukas: Mickey Mouse, the young apprentice of the sorcerer Yen Sid, attempts some of his master's magic tricks but doesn't know how to control them.

      3rd segment: Blue Danube Waltz by Johann Strauss II: The story for Pluto (Mickey's pet dog) who played Romeo and Dinah the Dachshund who played Juliet. K.B. (from Pluto's Kid Brother (1946)) who played Mercutio. And Butch the Bulldog who played Tybalt. The true love for Romeo and Juliet for a kiss and marry like the Capulets and the Montagues. Pluto Junior is in the film.

      4th segment: Für Elise by Ludwig van Beethoven: The story of Goofy is a police office and rescues the puppy from the alley by those alley dogs.

      5th segment: In the Mood by Glenn Miller Orchestra: In the 1940s, the private soldier and the nurse who were fell in love for some dance away from the evil sailor.

      6th segment: Ode to Joy by Ludwig van Beethoven: The story for the maid and the farm boy in Holland that they in love for the Christian church.

      7th segment: William Tell Overture by Gioachino Rossini: The story about the family in 1840s before the little boy to find the animal and it was the lion in Africa.

      8th segment: Turkey in the Straw by George Washington Dixon, Bob Farrell and George Nichols: The story about the young pig with his friend of the baby turkey to dancing in the farm.

      9th segment: Chicken Reel by Joseph M. Daly: The story of the rooster and the chicken who in love for the farm and away from the chicken's evil mother.

      10th segment: The Stars and Stripes Forever and The Washington Post by John Philip Sousa: The story for the Navy soldier came home from World War I and the Navy soldier went to World War II before the end of the war to came home again.

      11th segment: Orpheus in the Underworld: Infernal Galop by Jacques Offenbach: The story begins with the song with the dancing girls in Paris, France.

      12th and final segment: In the Hall of the Mountain King by Edvard Grieg: The final story begins with the evil king is going to fight against the good king and the good queen from England where the evil king lived in Norway.

      Look, I just...hold on a second. (pause) Because, "Fantasia III" shall be exist in the future movie. Don't you understand that? Are you hearing this? I have to start with the plug and the area start to push it in. I've been push the plug in. "Fantasia III" will composed by Danny Elfman. Don't you all understand that?

      I think a Fantasia film should have a mix of both abstract and narrative segments. It helps give the film variety and it allows for more experimentation. That's why Fantasia is so good; it lets the Disney animators be creative and do what they want, and that includes breaking away from the traditional three-act narrative structure. 

      Also, does you even grammars?

      Precisely.

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    • How about Pluto, Mickey's pet dog with Dinah the Dachshund, K.B. from "Pluto's Kid Brother", Butch the Bulldog, and Pluto Junior in "Fantasia III"? Pluto can do it in "Fantasia" film series. Pluto is the faithful dog. Mickey Mouse has the dog. Blue Danube Waltz by Johann Strauss II for Pluto's segment with composer, Danny Elfman. Danny Elfman is the Tim Burton's composer. Maybe, Larry D. Whitaker, Jr. is the animator. Larry D. Whitaker, Jr. is going to be director for Pluto the Pup from Disney. "The Blue Danube" is based in the story of "Romeo and Juliet" by William Shakespeare. William Shakespeare is the writer who wrote "Romeo and Juliet" in the story. And including Goofy segment for Ludwig Von Beethoven's "Fur Elise" for the song in 5-minute. Goofy was Mickey Mouse's friend in "Fantasia" film series too. He can do it. And Pluto too.

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    • The Timeless Hero wrote:

      Nsanity64 wrote:
      Tylerjewell wrote:
      I don't want to make abstract segments. I want to help the conscience segments. Look, I have segments for "Fantasia III" and I've got the story that you should help me. Same not, there is the room for any article segments for any ideas with that.

      I made it all up:

      1st segment: Also sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss: This is the story for Apollo 11 on July 20, 1969 and the spaceflight to the moon and landing to walk on the moon with the American flag to salute in space.

      2nd segment: The Sorcerer's Apprentice by Paul Dukas: Mickey Mouse, the young apprentice of the sorcerer Yen Sid, attempts some of his master's magic tricks but doesn't know how to control them.

      3rd segment: Blue Danube Waltz by Johann Strauss II: The story for Pluto (Mickey's pet dog) who played Romeo and Dinah the Dachshund who played Juliet. K.B. (from Pluto's Kid Brother (1946)) who played Mercutio. And Butch the Bulldog who played Tybalt. The true love for Romeo and Juliet for a kiss and marry like the Capulets and the Montagues. Pluto Junior is in the film.

      4th segment: Für Elise by Ludwig van Beethoven: The story of Goofy is a police office and rescues the puppy from the alley by those alley dogs.

      5th segment: In the Mood by Glenn Miller Orchestra: In the 1940s, the private soldier and the nurse who were fell in love for some dance away from the evil sailor.

      6th segment: Ode to Joy by Ludwig van Beethoven: The story for the maid and the farm boy in Holland that they in love for the Christian church.

      7th segment: William Tell Overture by Gioachino Rossini: The story about the family in 1840s before the little boy to find the animal and it was the lion in Africa.

      8th segment: Turkey in the Straw by George Washington Dixon, Bob Farrell and George Nichols: The story about the young pig with his friend of the baby turkey to dancing in the farm.

      9th segment: Chicken Reel by Joseph M. Daly: The story of the rooster and the chicken who in love for the farm and away from the chicken's evil mother.

      10th segment: The Stars and Stripes Forever and The Washington Post by John Philip Sousa: The story for the Navy soldier came home from World War I and the Navy soldier went to World War II before the end of the war to came home again.

      11th segment: Orpheus in the Underworld: Infernal Galop by Jacques Offenbach: The story begins with the song with the dancing girls in Paris, France.

      12th and final segment: In the Hall of the Mountain King by Edvard Grieg: The final story begins with the evil king is going to fight against the good king and the good queen from England where the evil king lived in Norway.

      Look, I just...hold on a second. (pause) Because, "Fantasia III" shall be exist in the future movie. Don't you understand that? Are you hearing this? I have to start with the plug and the area start to push it in. I've been push the plug in. "Fantasia III" will composed by Danny Elfman. Don't you all understand that?

      I think a Fantasia film should have a mix of both abstract and narrative segments. It helps give the film variety and it allows for more experimentation. That's why Fantasia is so good; it lets the Disney animators be creative and do what they want, and that includes breaking away from the traditional three-act narrative structure. 

      Also, does you even grammars?

      Precisely.

      Wait, are you telling about that I can do to help? Don't you?

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    • Tylerjewell wrote:

      The Timeless Hero wrote:

      Nsanity64 wrote:
      Tylerjewell wrote:
      I don't want to make abstract segments. I want to help the conscience segments. Look, I have segments for "Fantasia III" and I've got the story that you should help me. Same not, there is the room for any article segments for any ideas with that.

      I made it all up:

      1st segment: Also sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss: This is the story for Apollo 11 on July 20, 1969 and the spaceflight to the moon and landing to walk on the moon with the American flag to salute in space.

      2nd segment: The Sorcerer's Apprentice by Paul Dukas: Mickey Mouse, the young apprentice of the sorcerer Yen Sid, attempts some of his master's magic tricks but doesn't know how to control them.

      3rd segment: Blue Danube Waltz by Johann Strauss II: The story for Pluto (Mickey's pet dog) who played Romeo and Dinah the Dachshund who played Juliet. K.B. (from Pluto's Kid Brother (1946)) who played Mercutio. And Butch the Bulldog who played Tybalt. The true love for Romeo and Juliet for a kiss and marry like the Capulets and the Montagues. Pluto Junior is in the film.

      4th segment: Für Elise by Ludwig van Beethoven: The story of Goofy is a police office and rescues the puppy from the alley by those alley dogs.

      5th segment: In the Mood by Glenn Miller Orchestra: In the 1940s, the private soldier and the nurse who were fell in love for some dance away from the evil sailor.

      6th segment: Ode to Joy by Ludwig van Beethoven: The story for the maid and the farm boy in Holland that they in love for the Christian church.

      7th segment: William Tell Overture by Gioachino Rossini: The story about the family in 1840s before the little boy to find the animal and it was the lion in Africa.

      8th segment: Turkey in the Straw by George Washington Dixon, Bob Farrell and George Nichols: The story about the young pig with his friend of the baby turkey to dancing in the farm.

      9th segment: Chicken Reel by Joseph M. Daly: The story of the rooster and the chicken who in love for the farm and away from the chicken's evil mother.

      10th segment: The Stars and Stripes Forever and The Washington Post by John Philip Sousa: The story for the Navy soldier came home from World War I and the Navy soldier went to World War II before the end of the war to came home again.

      11th segment: Orpheus in the Underworld: Infernal Galop by Jacques Offenbach: The story begins with the song with the dancing girls in Paris, France.

      12th and final segment: In the Hall of the Mountain King by Edvard Grieg: The final story begins with the evil king is going to fight against the good king and the good queen from England where the evil king lived in Norway.

      Look, I just...hold on a second. (pause) Because, "Fantasia III" shall be exist in the future movie. Don't you understand that? Are you hearing this? I have to start with the plug and the area start to push it in. I've been push the plug in. "Fantasia III" will composed by Danny Elfman. Don't you all understand that?

      I think a Fantasia film should have a mix of both abstract and narrative segments. It helps give the film variety and it allows for more experimentation. That's why Fantasia is so good; it lets the Disney animators be creative and do what they want, and that includes breaking away from the traditional three-act narrative structure. 

      Also, does you even grammars?

      Precisely.
      Wait, are you telling about that I can do to help? Don't you?

      ???

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    • Oh, sorry. I know I could to do something.

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    • Tylerjewell wrote:
      Oh, sorry. I know I could to do something.

      You could to do something?

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    • I don't know. I'm getting all find out.

      In fact, Larry D. Whitaker, Jr. is the animator. He can do animated Mickey Mouse's faithful dog, Pluto. Larry D. Whitaker, Jr. will direct Pluto in "Fantasia III" segment, "The Blue Danube" with William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" with Pluto's Kid Brother, Dinah the Dachshund, Pluto Junior, and Butch the Bulldog. It will be great to have fun with Pluto.

      Which is why? Because, my segment has the animators, Andreas Deja, Mark Hann, Dan Haskett, Dale Baer, and Larry D. Whitaker, Jr. for Pluto's segment, "The Blue Danube" by Johan Strauss II. It was awesome music in the future movie.

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    • Tylerjewell wrote:
      I don't know. I'm getting all find out.

      In fact, Larry D. Whitaker, Jr. is the animator. He can do animated Mickey Mouse's faithful dog, Pluto. Larry D. Whitaker, Jr. will direct Pluto in "Fantasia III" segment, "The Blue Danube" with William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" with Pluto's Kid Brother, Dinah the Dachshund, Pluto Junior, and Butch the Bulldog. It will be great to have fun with Pluto.

      Which is why? Because, my segment has the animators, Andreas Deja, Mark Hann, Dan Haskett, Dale Baer, and Larry D. Whitaker, Jr. for Pluto's segment, "The Blue Danube" by Johan Strauss II. It was awesome music in the future movie.

      So you can predict the future?

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    • Uh, no. Not yet. But, maybe. I don't know. I'll just have to find out.

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    • Tylerjewell wrote:
      Uh, no. Not yet. But, maybe. I don't know. I'll just have to find out.

      Okay.

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    • Thank you. Here's my the pictures you'll see what it is.

      Larry D. Whitaker, Jr. & Pluto

      This is Larry D. Whitaker, Jr. the animator and this is Pluto the Pup, Mickey Mouse's faithful dog

      That is for "The Blue Danube" with the story of William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" stars with Pluto as Romeo, Dinah the Dachshund as Juliet, Pluto Junior as Benvolio, Pluto's Kid Brother as Mercutio, and Butch the Bulldog as Tybalt.

      Supervising animators: Andreas Deja (for Mickey Mouse), Larry D. Whitaker, Jr. (to Pluto, Pluto’s Kid Brother, Dinah the Dachshund), Dan Haskett (to Dinah the Dachshund), Mark Henn (to Pluto Junior), Eric Goldberg (to Butch the Bulldog).

      Director: Larry D. Whitaker, Jr.

      After "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" with Mickey Mouse, "The Blue Danube" is on with Pluto. Larry D. Whitaker, Jr. is the animator and he can directing Pluto's segment in "Fantasia III" for the screen.

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    • Tylerjewell wrote:
      Thank you. Here's my the pictures you'll see what it is.
      Larry D. Whitaker, Jr. & Pluto

      This is Larry D. Whitaker, Jr. the animator and this is Pluto the Pup, Mickey Mouse's faithful dog

      That is for "The Blue Danube" with the story of William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" stars with Pluto as Romeo, Dinah the Dachshund as Juliet, Pluto Junior as Benvolio, Pluto's Kid Brother as Mercutio, and Butch the Bulldog as Tybalt.

      Supervising animators: Andreas Deja (for Mickey Mouse), Larry D. Whitaker, Jr. (to Pluto, Pluto’s Kid Brother, Dinah the Dachshund), Dan Haskett (to Dinah the Dachshund), Mark Henn (to Pluto Junior), Eric Goldberg (to Butch the Bulldog).

      Director: Larry D. Whitaker, Jr.

      After "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" with Mickey Mouse, "The Blue Danube" is on with Pluto. Larry D. Whitaker, Jr. is the animator and he can directing Pluto's segment in "Fantasia III" for the screen.

      You just said the same bloody thing! Are you high?

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    • Uh, no. I'm in art with some artwork. I'm not high, I'm a educational for some animation.

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    • Tylerjewell wrote:
      Uh, no. I'm in art with some artwork. I'm not high, I'm a educational for some animation.

      Sorry if I sounded rude, but you can't repeat any comment of yours without any good excuse. And I feel that English is your secondary language or something.

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    • Oh, sorry. That's my mistake. So sorry.

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    • Tylerjewell wrote:
      Oh, sorry. That's my mistake. So sorry.

      Okay.

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    • What else can you have?

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    • Tylerjewell wrote:
      What else can you have?

      What else can I have? Umm...

      ...I don't know.

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    • Before we keep going off-topic with Tylerjewell's obsession with Pluto here, I just wanted to say that a third Fantasia film could sure use these unused Fantasia segments as well.

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    • LegalizeAnythingMuppets wrote:
      Before we keep going off-topic with Tylerjewell's obsession with Pluto here, I just wanted to say that a third Fantasia film could sure use these unused Fantasia segments as well.

      Good idea.

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    • Wow, that's good. What should you do?

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    • What about well Goofy as Don Qixoute for Fantasia?

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    • Dark Fantasy1990 wrote: What about well Goofy as Don Qixoute for Fantasia?

      Uh, yes. For Beethoven's "Fur Elise" on Goofy as Don Quixote. :)

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    • "Alpine Symphony" by Richard Strauss. It could start with the exposition, a nice moment on the summit, which immediately turns into a violent rainstorm. The ending to that piece could end the film perfectly ! 

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    • MattMussorgsky wrote: "Alpine Symphony" by Richard Strauss. It could start with the exposition, a nice moment on the summit, which immediately turns into a violent rainstorm. The ending to that piece could end the film perfectly ! 

      "Also sprach Zarathustra" by Richard Strauss. It must be starting with the man on the moon in 1969 for the opening ceremony.

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    • DisneyJr wrote: they probably wont make another fantasia, since their fantasia 2000 kinda destroyed the Disney renaissance.... two fantasias r enough, and also, people r starting to dislike fantasia, thinking its not entertaining. so fantasia is getting less fans by days.

      Their first non-Pixar CGI classic Dinosaur was the last nail in the coffin of Disney Renaissance.

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    • I personally think it would be better to make a Fantasia TV series. That would be true Disney's original vision.

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    • If we had a more modern Fantasia, I'd love for Frank Ticheli's Angels in the Architecture to be in it. Maybe Eric Whitacre's October, too, and Aurora Awakes by John Mackey. Maybe Give Us This Day by David Maslanka.

      Otherwise, definitely something from Gustav Holst's Planets Suite

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    • I'm thinking Blue Danube and Carmen.

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    • Nsanity64 wrote:
      Of all the Disney animated films, Fantasia is one that needs more movies. There's so much you can do with the film's premise of animation set to classical music. But what if they decide to make a third Fantasia? What new musical pieces would they use? 

      Here are some of mine:

      Scheherazade - Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov

      Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 - Franz Liszt

      Symphony No. 9 - Ludwig van Beethoven

      The Planets - Gustav Holst

      Finlandia - Jean Sibelius

      From the New World - Antonin Dvorak

      Something from Ralph Vaughan Williams

      What would you guys want to see? 

      UPDATE: It has to be CLASSICAL music; anything before the 1950s is okay. 

      Like Kovu and Kiara?

      713px-Kiara
      Kovu-1
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    • I would prefer something like: 

      O Fortuna/Fortune Plango Vulnera

      Le Quattro Stagioni but just Spring

      Clair de Lune Re-animated

      Scherezade

      Miroirs 

      Jazz Suite No. 2

      And finally The Planets, dividing the Fantasia in the acts trying to example different types of culture. Mitology, science, literature, but envolving more than just 1 segment. 

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    • and this too,

      Mickey Mouse Springtime
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