Mickey Donald Goofy: Three Musketeers CD (2004)

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Product Overview


Label Walt Disney Records
SKU 61016049
UPC 050086116072
UPC 14 00050086116072
Format CD
Release Date 8/10/2004
Author Soundtrack
Compilation Appearance 20 Simply Super Singable Silly
Compilation Appearance More Silly Songs
Compilation Appearance Disney's Greatest Hits Vol. 1
Compilation Appearance Disney's Greatest Hits Vol. 2
Compilation Appearance Dancin' Tunes
Compilation Appearance Best Of Silly Songs
Compilation Appearance Best of Children's Favorites: Mickey's Top 40 Tunes
Compilation Appearance Disney Princess: Ultimate Song Collection
Compilation Appearance Disney's Dance Along
Compilation Appearance Lullaby Album Vol 2
Compilation Appearance Walt Disney Takes You To Disneyland
Compilation Appearance Cars-Lightning McQueen's Fast Tracks
Compilation Appearance Cars
Compilation Appearance Little Mermaid & Friends
Compilation Appearance Disney's Karaoke Series:little Mermai
Compilation Appearance Disney: Music Behind The Magic
Compilation Appearance Disney's Birthday Party Album
Compilation Appearance Children's Favorites Vol 1
Compilation Appearance Handy Manny
Compilation Appearance Mulan:songs Story
Associated Artist/Work Danny DeVito
Associated Artist/Work Disney Read-Along
Technical Info
CatalogID 861 160
Lable Name Walt Disney
Released 08/10/2004
Original Release 2004
Number of Discs 1
SPARE Code n/a
Length 87m : 56s
Mono/Stereo Stereo
Studio/Live Studio
UPC 00050086116072
Album Notes and Credits
At just over 17 minutes long, Mickey - Donald - Goofy: The Three Musketeers is one of the shorter soundtracks released by Disney in a while, but it's also one of their more consistent albums. Like the direct-to-video film it supports, the soundtrack casts Disney characters in a retelling of Alexandre Dumas' classic tale; the songs, meanwhile, appropriate well-known classical pieces and add appropriate lyrics. Most of the songs are sung by "the Troubadour," which makes the album less annoying to grown-up ears than having, say, Donald Duck sing on all of the tracks, but it's also a slightly bland approach. Still, the climactic "This Is the End" -- sung to Ludwig van Beethoven's Symphony No. 5 in C minor -- is well written and carries some genuine excitement, and "Love So Lovely" uses excerpts of Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker, Op. 71 and Romeo and Juliet playfully. "L'Opera," which excerpts Gilbert & Sullivan's Pirates of Penzance, is another highlight, and on the whole, the album uses classical music so well that it could serve as a baby-steps introduction to the style for some kids. And even though the Schoolhouse Rock! classic "Three Is a Magic Number" has been given a slightly annoying update, it still works well enough to justify its place on the album. Mickey - Donald - Goofy: The Three Musketeers may not be essential children's music, but it does deliver more than might be expected. ~ Heather Phares
Disc 1
1 All For One and One For All - (with Troubadour & Musketeer Chorus)
2 Love So Lovely - (with Troubadopur & The Lovely Chorus)
3 Petey's King of France - (with Peg Leg Pete)
4 Sweet Wings of Love - (with Troubadour & Butterfly Chorus)
5 Chains of Love - (with Goofy/Clarabelle & Cow Chorus)
6 This Is the End - (with Troubadour/Chorus)
7 L'Opera - (with Modern Major General & Chorus Of Pirates & Maidens)
8 Three Is a Magic Number - (with Stevie Brock/Greg Raposo/Matthew Ballinger)
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