Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Original Release Sheet Music

Alice in Wonderland has more songs than any other Disney film. As such, it has a LOT of sheet music, although not every song in the film.

Sheet music from the original release has a fully illustrated cover - oddly in a three color process - and the same art is used for each title.

There are a total of nine songs issued as individual sheets, which is odd when you look at the list of available titles on the cover of each.

This title, How D'You Do and Shake Hands, is not listed on the cover but was (obviously) issued.

The other songs from the film that did not get a sheet are The Walrus and the Carpenter, A-E-I-O-U, Painting the Roses Red, and The Caucus Race.

The sheet of March of the Cards is particularly tricky, as it has an additional insert page that is often lost.




4 comments:

Matterhorn1959 said...

Too bad they did not do seperate art for each piece. Or they could have done like they did for Song of the South and have one of the characters in the center with the same art around the outside of the sheet.

Davelandweb said...

Love the sheet music - as a piano player, it would also be great to see the insides!

Matt said...

Lazy mode seems to be preventing me from a lot of scanning :) That and holiday preparations. I'll put some insides up over the weekend.

Davelandweb said...

Thanks Matt - no hurry!

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