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Thanks to Steve Martin's Two week Master Musician Home Study Course
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Steve Martin: You know what's amazing is that many of these musicians are playing for the very first time, thanks to "Steve Martin's Two-week Master Musician Home-Study Course". More about that later. Hello and welcome to Fantasia 2000. It's been more than sixty years since Walt Disney and his artists teamed with maestro Leopold Stokowski to create a film they titled "The Concert Feature". I think we're all glad they changed the name to "Fantasia". You know, "Fantasia" was meant to be a perpetual work in progress. Every time you went to see it, you'd experience some new pieces, along with some old familiar favorites. But that idea fell by the wayside until now. So let me turn things over to the great Itzhak Perlman, who, I have just been informed, plays the violin. Well, so do I, big deal. Could I have my violin, please? [is handed a violin] Steve Martin: Ahh, thank you. All right, boys, let's... [bow slips from his hands] Steve Martin: Oh! Oh, sorry. Could I have another stick thingy, please? Oh, and camera back on me. Camera back on me. Ca... Am I done? Itzhak Perlman: [introducing Pines of Rome] When you hear a title like "Pines of Rome", you may think of tree-lined streets and romantic ruins. But when the Disney animators heard this music, they thought of something completely different. Here is the Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by maestro James Levine, performing Ottorino Respighi's "Pines of Rome."


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You know, what's amazing is that many of these musicians are playing for the very first time. Thanks to Steve Martin's Two-Week Master Musician Home Study course. More about that later. Hello, and welcome to Fantasia 2000. It's been more than 60 years since Walt Disney and his artists, teamed up with maestro Leopold Stokowski to create a film they titled The Concert Feature. I think we're all glad that they changed the name to Fantasia. You know, Fantasia was meant to be a perpetual work in progress. Every time you went to see it, you'd experience some new pieces along with some old familiar favourites. But that idea fell by the wayside, until now. So let me turn things over to the great Itzhak Perlman, who, I have just been informed, plays the violin. Well, so do I. Big deal. Could I have my violin, please? Thank you. All right, boys, let's... Sorry. Could I have another stick thingy, please? And camera back on me. Camera back on me. Am I done? When you hear a title like Pines of Rome you might think of tree-lined streets and romantic ruins. But when the Disney animators heard this music, they thought of something completely different. Here is the Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by maestro James Levine, performing Ottorino Respighi's Pines of Rome.

Clip duration: 235 seconds
Views: 250
Timestamp in movie: 00h 00m 00s
Uploaded: 16 January, 2021
Genres: animation, family, fantasy
Summary: An update of the original film with new interpretations of great works of classical music.


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