Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (soundtrack)


Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (soundtrack)

Infobox Album
Name = Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Type = Soundtrack
Artist = Various Artists


Released = January 1938
Genre = Soundtrack
Length =
Label = Victor Records
His Master's Voice
Decca
Disneyland Records
Walt Disney Records
Reviews =
Chronology = Disney film soundtracks
Last album =
This album = "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs"
(1938)
Next album = "Pinocchio"
(1940)
Misc = Extra album cover 2
Upper caption = 2006 Release
Type =


Lower caption =

"Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs", the soundtrack to the 1937 Walt Disney film, was the first commercially issued film soundtrack [cite web | publisher = Chicago Sun-Times | date = Nov 3, 2006 | author= Jerry Osborne | title = Soundtracks start with 'Snow White' | url=http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qn4155/is_20061103/ai_n16830847 | accessdate = 2007-09-12 ] . It was released in January 1938 as "Songs from Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (with the Same Characters and Sound Effects as in the Film of That Title)" and has since seen numerous expansions and reissues.

ongs

The songs in the film were written by Frank Churchill and Leigh Harline. The musical score was composed by Paul J. Smith.

#"I'm Wishing" - Adriana Caselotti
#"One Song" - Harry Stockwell
#"With a Smile and a Song" - Adriana Caselotti
#"Whistle While You Work" - Adriana Caselotti
#"Heigh-Ho" - The Dwarfs Chorus (Roy Atwell, Pinto Colvig, Billy Gilbert, Otis Harlan & Scotty Mattraw)
#"Bluddle-Uddle-Um-Dum (The Dwarfs' Washing Song)" - The Dwarfs Chorus (Roy Atwell, Pinto Colvig, Billy Gilbert, Otis Harlan & Scotty Mattraw)
#"The Dwarfs' Yodel Song (The Silly Song)" - The Dwarfs Chorus (Roy Atwell, Pinto Colvig, Billy Gilbert, Otis Harlan & Scotty Mattraw)
#"Some Day My Prince Will Come" - Adriana Caselotti
#"One Song (Reprise)" - Harry Stockwell and Chorus
#"Some Day My Prince Will Come (Reprise)" - Chorus

ongs not used in the film

Songs written for the film but not used include two songs for the Dwarfs:
*"Music in Your Soup" (the accompanying sequence was completed up to the pencil test stage before being deleted from the film)
*"You're Never Too Old to Be Young" (replaced by "The Silly Song")

Releases

Original release

The soundtrack was first issued as a collection (Victor J-8) of three 78rpm singles. Each of the singles became a Top 10 hit simultaneously in February 1938.

Track listing

*Side 1: "With a Smile and a Song" b/w Side 2: "Dig-a-Dig Dig / Heigh Ho" (Victor 25735)
*Side 3: "I'm Wishing / One Song" b/w Side 4: "Whistle While You Work" (Victor 25736)
*Side 5: "Dwarfs' Yodel Song" b/w Side 6: "Some Day My Prince Will Come" (Victor 25737)

Current release

Track listing

#"Overture" - 02:10
#"Magic Mirror" - 1:25
#"I'm Wishing / One Song" - 3:06
#"Queen Theme" - 0:44
#"Far Into the Forest" - 2:25
#"Animal Friends / With a Smile and a Song" - 4:23
#Just Like a Doll's House" - 2:46
#"Whistle While You Work" - 3:24
#"Heigh-Ho" - 2:46
#"Let's See What's Upstairs" - 1:15
#"There's Trouble a-Brewin'" - 4:19
#"It's a Girl" - 4:26
#"Hooray! She Stays" - 2:48
#"Bluddle-Uddle-Um-Dum (The Dwarfs' Washing Song)" - 4:25
# "I've Been Tricked" - 4:05
#"The Dwarfs' Yodel Song (The Silly Song)" - 4:35
#"Some Day My Prince Will Come" - 1:53
#"Pleasant Dreams" - 2:28
#"A Special Sort of Death" - 2:02
#"Why Grumpy, You Do Care" - 2:06
#"Makin' Pies" - 3:02
#"Have a Bite" - 1:26
#"Chorale for Snow White" - 1:05
#"Love's First Kiss (Finale)" - 4:15
#"Music in Your Soup" - 2:35 "(Not used in the film)"
#"You're Never Too Old to Be Young" - 3:20 "(Not used in the film)"

ee also

List of Disney film soundtracks

References


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