Like it (yay classical music!), loathe it (ugh, classical music), or fear it vehemently to this day (what’s happening to the dinosaurs?!), chances are that Fantasia was part of your childhood’s extensive Disney repertoire. The 1940 film combined orchestral masterpieces with psychotropic animated vignettes to createa singular cinematic classics.

We revisited the film’s distinct and varied chapters…and what you probably remember from each one.

Toccata and Fugue in D Minor

This introduction featured a backlit orchestra playing in front of a screen lit with various colors, which eventually led to lines, shapes, and simple animation based on what the music evoked in film artists Read more…

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