Mickey – The Opry House (1929) – Rachmaninov, Liszt

The Opry House was the fifth Mickey Mouse cartoon released by Walt Disney Productions and introduced Mickey’s gloves. You can listen some theme from Rachmaninov’s famous C-sharp minor prelude and Liszt’s 2nd rhapsody (also in C-sharp minor) used again in 1947 in the very famous Tom and Jerry cartoon, The Cat Concerto.

More music and cartoon like The Opry House

The Cat Concerto

Tom is playing Franz Liszt's 2nd Hungarian rhapsody but Jerry is sleeping inside the piano...
Tom is playing Franz Liszt’s 2nd Hungarian rhapsody but Jerry is sleeping inside the piano…

Happy Birthday Musical Mice ! – Piano Version

Height mice and one piano to sing and wish an Happy Birthday To You!
Height mice and one piano to sing and wish an Happy Birthday To You!

Chopin – Musical Moments – Andy Panda and Woody Woodpecker

Andy Panda is playing some famous Chopin's masterpieces but Woody Woodpecker tries to steal the show
Andy Panda is playing some famous Chopin’s masterpieces but Woody Woodpecker tries to steal the show

Brahms – Pigs in a Polka – Hungarian Dances 5, 7, 6, 17

Pigs in a Polka is a 1943 cartoon using Brahms' Hungarian Dances No. 5, 6, 7, 17
Pigs in a Polka is a 1943 cartoon using Brahms’ Hungarian Dances No. 5, 6, 7, 17.

Beethoven – Mancini – Pink, Plunk, Plink

A pink panther cartoon with Beethoven symphony No 5
A pink panther cartoon with Beethoven symphony No 5

Saint Saens – The Carnival of the Animals (finale)- Fantasia 2000

From Disney's Fantasia 2000, Saint-Saens's The Carnival of the Animals, 14th and last piece
From Disney’s Fantasia 2000, Saint-Saens’s The Carnival of the Animals, 14th and last piece

Johann Strauss II – Tom and Jerry in the Hollywood Bowl

Tom conducts Die Fledermaus (The Flittermouse) but Jerry wants to conduct the orchestra, too
Tom conducts Die Fledermaus (The Flittermouse) but Jerry wants to conduct the orchestra, too!