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Comment #333721 on Saturday Morning Cartoons: Debussy's Deleted Fantasia Scene

Sat, 25 Feb 2012 14:03:38 -0500

To paraphrase the old Cheech and Chong line, Don't go straight to watch this film clip!



Comment #333709 on Saturday Morning Cartoons: Debussy's Deleted Fantasia Scene

Sat, 25 Feb 2012 12:51:11 -0500

Simply beautiful. Fantasia is one of the most wonderous pieces of art I've ever seen and getting to see a "new" piece literally brought tears to my eyes. Thank you!



Comment #333707 on Saturday Morning Cartoons: Debussy's Deleted Fantasia Scene

Sat, 25 Feb 2012 12:42:22 -0500

Thank you! thank you! thank you! As a little kid, I saw Fantasia in its premiere run. It was my introduction to the Rite of Spring (truncated as it was). All the musicians on this 70+ year-old track are presumably gone - some were also famous teachers at the Curtis Institute in Philly.



Comment #333700 on Saturday Morning Cartoons: Debussy's Deleted Fantasia Scene

Sat, 25 Feb 2012 12:15:07 -0500

Very nice - a beautiful serene moment. A shame that it was cut; it would have made a nice contrast to the more active passages.



Comment #333693 on Saturday Morning Cartoons: Debussy's Deleted Fantasia Scene

Sat, 25 Feb 2012 11:48:08 -0500

Favorite part of Saturday morning is listening to Elliott Forrest's choice of the music for Saturday's cartoon and then seeing that cartoon later on my computer.






Comment #333676 on Saturday Morning Cartoons: Debussy's Deleted Fantasia Scene

Sat, 25 Feb 2012 10:05:02 -0500

This is so beautiful. I think it really captures the 'impression' of the moonlight in visual and musical form. Anna - I agree, I prefer the sort of dark, low-key palettes to the crowded and bright animation styles today. Not that they're bad, they just come from a different time period, but the animation is more a work of art than a 'cartoon.'



Comment #333669 on Saturday Morning Cartoons: Debussy's Deleted Fantasia Scene

Sat, 25 Feb 2012 09:12:40 -0500

Has there every been a documentary or a book made on the making of this wonderful film? I loved to hear about the animators in particular. Something marvelous was lost when this type of animation stopped being Disney's standard. Thanks so much for sharing this.



Comment #333657 on Saturday Morning Cartoons: Debussy's Deleted Fantasia Scene

Sat, 25 Feb 2012 07:19:14 -0500

What piece played before the Chopin Berceuse in D flat, Op. 57? If I don't find out I'll expire.