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I am sure most of us grew up singing all the Disney Classic songs every time we watched a Disney movie.My all time favorite was The Little Mermaid. I wanted my children to be able to watch the movies I grew up watching and singing the songs that I used to sing.
I am so glad Disney thought to bring back those movies and has even made new ones for the kids to enjoy. I also love that Disney has the Disney Music Emporium where all the Disney music can be found. One of those cds available at the Disney Music Emporium is The Little Mermaid Legacy Collection cd which my kids are enjoying right now. This cd comes with wonderful artwork done by Lorelay Bove, a visual development artist at Walt Disney Animation. It also has the lyrics which my younger kids who don’t know the words like very much.
I am personally looking forward to their fifth release which will be Fantasia. It will be 75th anniversary of Fantasia so the Legacy Collection will help celebrate that moment by releasing a 4 disc set. I might be old school and like the classics as my teenage girls call it but that’s alright by me.
They are quite happy with The Disney Emporium carrying the “into the woods” soundtrack and I am just happy knowing that I can find all the Disney music in one place. The Walt Disney Records The Legacy Collection The Little Mermaid 2-disc set is now available at Itunes and at Disney Music Emporium: disneymusicemporium.com. View The Legacy Collection The Little Mermaid product here:
For my fellow readers…. I am going to give you an opportunity to win a The Little Mermaid legacy collection cd of your own by entering the giveaway below:
Disclaimer:“If it comes to this blogger’s attention that the winner of this giveaway has won on an additional blog for this same prize, this blog reserves the right to choose another winner”