Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah by Allie Wrubel piano sheets for free
"Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah" is a track from an 1946 Disney live action animated movie, named "Allie Wrubel. It was released in 1962 on the album with the same name. The pop song was part of the Philles label.
The inspiration for the song came from the pre-Civil War folk song named "Zip Coon".
A very popular song, "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah" has been covered by many artists throughout the time: by Johnny Mercer, in 1947, which reached number 8 in the charts, by Guy Mitchel, in 1961, by The Kingsmen in an episode of "Fibber McGee And Molly", by The Jackson 5, in 1969, on the EP "Diana Ross Presents The Jackson 5", by Louis Armstrong, in 1968, Doris day, in 1964 for the album "With A Smile And A Song", Steve Miller, in 1988 on "Born 2 B Blue", Paula Abdul, in 1992, The Day Clark Five on "A Session With The Day Clark Five", in 1964, Diana Ross & The Supremes for an unreleased album named "Diana Ross And The Supremes Sing Disney Classics", Domino, in 200, for the album "Eurobeat Disney", The Mummies for the album "Death By Unga Bunga!!" and dozens many others.
The song we choose to present today to you is a winner of the Academy Award for Best Original Song, the second to do so from Disney.
It has been used intensively for the Wonderful World of Disney opening theme and featured in various TV and media studio productions.
Also used at the finale of a Disney theme park ride called Splash Mountain, it’s available on various albums: The Disney Collection: the Best-Loved Songs from Disney Motion Pictures, Television, and Theme Parks , The Official Album of Disneyland and Walt Disney World Disneyland/Walt Disney World: The Official Album , Walt Disney World Resort: Official Album, Official Album: Walt Disney World Resort Celebrating 100 Years of Magic, Disneyland Park: The Official Album, A Musical History of Disneyland, The Disneyland Resort: Official Album, Children's Yesteryear Favorites.
"Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah" is one of the most requested Disney songs as it grew very popular since its release. As the years past, it remained on the audience's preferences. The popular demand made even more successful and recognizable. You can learn how to play it on the piano using the free piano sheet provided by our website.
Having such an extensive play throughout the Disney world, we know that the piano sheet for this jolly song will be enjoyable for everyone. It’s fun and educational to play on the piano.
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|Writers:||Allie Wrubel (music), Ray Gilbert (lyrics)|
|Producer:||Walt Disney Productions|
|Released:||November 12, 1946|
|Featured on:||Song Of The South Film Soundtrack|
|Label:||Walt Disney Productions|