- Toccata and Fugue In D Minor, BWV 565Leopold Stokowski & The Philadelphia Orchestra0:03Starts with images of the orchestra. Continues with images of abstract clouds and landscapes.
- The Nutcracker Suite, Op. 71A, Dance of the Sugar Plum FairyLeopold Stokowski & The Philadelphia Orchestra0:14Fairies dance around a woodland landscape, sprinkling their fairy dust on everything they pass.
- The Nutcracker Suite, Op. 71A, Dance of the Reed FlutesLeopold Stokowski & The Philadelphia Orchestra0:18Flowers dancing on the surface of a lake and off a waterfall.
- The Nutcracker Suite, Op. 71A, Arabian DanceLeopold Stokowski & The Philadelphia Orchestra0:19An underwater scene with fish swimming in time to the music.
- The Nutcracker Suite, Op. 71A, Waltz of the FlowersLeopold Stokowski & The Philadelphia Orchestra0:24Fairies fly around the woods, turning Spring into Summer, Summer into Fall, and Fall into Winter.
- The Sorcerer's ApprenticeLeopold Stokowski & The Philadelphia Orchestra0:30The sorcerer Yen Sid leaves his magic hat behind, and Mickey picks it up and tries casting magic spells himself.
- Symphony No. 6 ("Pastoral"), Op. 68, I Allegro Ma Non TroppoLeopold Stokowski & The Philadelphia Orchestra1:14Unicorns and other mythological creatures play around Mount Olympus.
- Symphony No. 6 ("Pastoral"), Op. 68, II Andante Molto MossoLeopold Stokowski & The Philadelphia Orchestra1:18The creatures get ready for and gather for a festival to honor Bacchus, the god of wine.
- Symphony No. 6 ("Pastoral"), Op. 68, III Allegro/IV Allegro/V AllegrettoLeopold Stokowski & The Philadelphia Orchestra1:24The festival for Bacchus, which is interrupted by a storm (caused by Zeus).
- Dance of the Hours from the Opera "La Gioconda"Leopold Stokowski & The Philadelphia Orchestra1:36A ballet performed by ostriches, hippos, elephants, and alligators.
- A Night On Bald MountainLeopold Stokowski & The Philadelphia Orchestra1:49Chernabog and his evil spirits dance and fly through the night around Bald Mountain.
16 Jun 2009
Agh! No one has posted yet. Would you like to be the first?