Original score composed by Oliver Wallace and Paul J. Smith.
Recorded between September 19 and October 7, 1949. Includes liner notes by Randy Thornston.
Digitally remastered by John Polito (Audio Mechanics).
Recorded from September 19 to October 7, 1949. Includes liner notes by Paula Sigman and Randy Thornton.
Digitally remastered by John Polito (Audio Mechanics, Los Angeles, California).
Audio Mixer: Jeff Sheridan.
Liner Note Authors: Russell Schroeder; Randy Thornton.
Recording information: 09/19/1949-10/07/1949.
Arranger: Jerry Cleveland.
Like fellow soundtracks Bambi and Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella is a digitized, cleaned up and thoroughly enhanced reproduction of a Disney classic. And it's possibly the most enjoyable of the three, with None Woods' sterling voice and the Mice Chorus, led by Jaq and Gus. The music reflects and enhances the action as well as any title in the Disney library. Like Bambi and Sleeping Beauty, it may not stand on its own as well as more recent soundtracks such as Oliver & Company, but that was before soundtracks became sales stalwarts in and of themselves. For its time, this was a grand achievement, and it still holds up. ~ Ross Boissoneau