The Carl Stalling Project : Music From Warner Bros. Cartoons, 1936-1958.
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On Shelf At: Traverwood Branch
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Program notes by John Zorn, Hal Willner, Dick Blackburn, and Greg Ford ( p. : ill. (some col.)) inserted in container.
Putty Tat trouble part 6 : 1951 -- Hillbilly hare : 1950 -- Early WB scores : the Depression era, 1936-1941 -- The good egg : 1939 : a vintage Merrie Melody -- Various cues from Bugs Bunny films : 1943-1956 -- There they go go go : 1956 : a complete Road Runner -- Stalling self-parody : music from Porky's preview (1941), preceded by the introduction from "You ought to be in pictures" : 1940 -- Anxiety montage : 1952-1955 -- Stalling : the war years (1942-1946) -- Medley : dinner music for a pack of hungry cannibals : 1941-1950 -- Carl Stalling with Milt Franklyn in session : recording "Putty tat trouble" (1951) and Franz Liszt piano effects (1956) -- Speedy Gonzalez (1955) meets Two crows from Tacos (1956) -- Powerhouse and other cuts from the early 50's -- Porky in Wackyland : 1938 -- Dough for the do do : 1949 -- To itch his own : 1958 : Stalling's last score.
Studio orchestra [Warner Bros. Orchestra].
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Great Music submitted by flutegrl97 on June 28, 2012, 8:34pm Just listening to this music is like watching those wonderful cartoons again. I never realized how many classical motifs were used in this genre of music; It adds a whole other dimension to the cartoons through musical allusion.
Carl Stalling Project submitted by SBNB on June 22, 2014, 1:47pm It wasn’t bad, but I thought it was going to be more fun than it actually was.
I love all this music. submitted by tbbrown76 on July 13, 2014, 12:51pm You will too. I think.
Fascinating! submitted by doctorfang on August 2, 2015, 1:54am The quality of the music and compositions, solely created to accompany cartoons, is astounding! Such great stuff.