Walt Disney's Fantasia
Reprinted on the eve of the long-awaited sequel Fantasia 2000, this is the definitive book on the Walt Disney Studio's most ambitious masterpiece. Noted film historian John Culhane tells the story behind the creation of Fantasia, using never-before-published material and a wealth of memorable illustrations, including actual frames from the classic film.
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TOCCATA AND FUGUE IN D MINOR
THE NUTCRACKER SUITE
THE SORCERERS APPRENTICE
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