Jazzing it up with Jazz Loves Disney CDNovember 1, 2016
Disney movies have been a huge part of my life, they have made such an impact. I have been watching them for as long as I can remember. Back when they were on VHS tapes, I collected them. One of my first favorite movies was Lady and the Tramp. I love Lady and the Tramp, so sweet, so colorful with a lot of catchy songs. All Disney songs are catchy and such a big part of their movies! It would be hard to choose a favorite, because I truly love them all! I also love how Disney encourages us to dream big and believe in magic.
Disney has been loved for generations and I am delighted to continue to share more Disney movies with my two young kids and also this fun Jazz Loves Disney CD! We have seen all the movies listed on the CD and love singing along. It is such a fun and fantastic combination of songs and artists.
"I've always loved Disney films and Disney music. There's magic about the fairytale world they conjure up. The song I chose from Cinderella captures that feeling of magical wonderment that I felt as a child. The song BIBBIDI BOBBIDI BOO, speaks to the child in us all, that still believes - or would like to believe - that we can do magic. As we grow up, we are at the risk of losing that sense of possibility but music has always had the power to transform the world and make it a better place; If that's not magic, what is?"
For me, I can be affected by the music alone, even instrumentals, it can move me to tears! I have cried often watching Disney movies, but they always turn out good. I love that about Disney, there is often a tragedy at the start but then it shows you that things eventually work out!
Another favorite movie of mine is The Jungle Book with the great song "The Bare Necessities". Reminding us the importance of taking it easy, trying not to worry and finding happiness with the bare necessities of life!
Disney has so many great movies and songs. Which one is your favorite?
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