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    Cartoon Symphony (Cartoon Theme Medley) - Arr. Larry Clark

    The symphony audience takes its seat, the conductor approaches the podium, gives the down beat, and the cartoon music begins. Cartoon music?!? Yep, it's bits and pieces of the most wonderfully scored 'critter & character' music ever. Your audience will thrill to Bugs, Fred, Barney and Wilma, the Jetsons, with "This Is It!," "(Meet) The Flintstones," "The Jetsons," "The Simpsons," "The Pink Panther," and "Animaniacs". It's a fun piece that salutes the 'world's greatest heroes.' (Duration 3:42)

    Estimated delivery 3-5 days
  • £68.50

    What's Up at the Symphony? Bugs Bunny's Greatest Hits (Medley) - Arr. Jerry Brubaker

    Bugs and Porky invite you to take part in this classic(al) cartoon medley. All the greats are here: "This Is It," "William Tell," "Barber of Seville," "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down," Liszt's "Hungarian Rhapsody," Brahms' "Hungarian Dance," and "Ride of the Valkeries." Every cartoon mood and effect you could expect. You've got to get up pretty early on Saturday morning to hear a medley better than this! (4:45)

    Estimated delivery 3-5 days

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  • £99.95

    MUSIC WITH CHEQUERED EARS (Advanced Concert Band) - Balazs, Arpad

    Television viewers of nearly a hundred countries have experienced Arpad Balazs's touching melodies. The series of cartoons have neither dialogue nor text: the music presents the amiable and entertaining adventures of the rabbit with chequered ears and its friends. Balazs has rephrased and developed the well-known melodies and as a result a ''children's story symphony'' of seven movements has been created in which, in contrast with Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf, there is no narrator but the instruments themselves represent the story-tellers. The composer has again associated the groups of instruments with one another in a colourful and varied manner, skilfully alternating the modes of solo, chamber orchestra and orchestra. Movements I, II, IV and VII represent a ''short suite'' that can be independently performed, thus due to its duration of four minutes and easier level, ensembles with more modest opportunities can also perform it. The most well-known parts of the cartoon series music - the main title and the ending - are included in both versions. Includes: The Story Begins; The Sun has Come Out; To the Forest!; Game of Tag; The Tired Team Walks Slowly Home; In the Circus; The Story Ends for Today. Duration: 4:00