Free piano sheet music from Lady And The Tramp
About Lady And The Tramp
"Lady and the Tramp" is a Walt Disney animated romantic comedy film released on 22 June 1955, by Buena Vista Distribution and it is part of the Classic Series of beautiful Walt Disney's productions, the 15th one of them.
The story of the film is centered on Lady, a female American Cocker Spaniel and the one called the Tramp, a male stray.
The classical love story between people belonging to different worlds is transposed in the world of animals, based on Ward Greene's story, "Happy Dan, The Whistling Dog". More recently, in 2001, a second film was released, called "Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure", a direct-to video sequel.
When released, the film registered a real success, greater than any other Disney animations besides "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs".
The film, which had $7.5 million rentals in North America, was also represented on the stages of numerous theaters in 1962, 1971, 1980 and 1986, including Cinemark Theatres from 2013.
As technical details, it was released on VHS and Laserdisc in 1987 and 1998 and on 23 November 1999 it was released on a DVD, as part of a Limited Issue of Disney.
Year 2003 brought a restoration on DVD of "Lady and the Tramp", on the special occasion of the seventh creation of Disney's Platinum Edition series, creation that was remarkable through the huge number of copies sold worldwide on February 28, 2006 (over one million copies) and through the fact that on January 2007, the containing DVD and the 2006 reissuing of "Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure", on moratorium.
After the Platinum Edition, it followed Disney's Diamond Editions series of 2012, which included also the film, on Blu-ray, after which in March 2012 a special edition of 1-disc DVD was released.
Regarding the way it was seen and analyzed by specialists, the animation received many positive considerations, including feedbacks on internet websites. A considerable realization may be considered the fact that the film received a positive rating from a large number of IMDb users. Also, the famous Common Sense Media gave "Lady and the Tramp" a good rating, which also means a high success.
The story of the movie is impressing, but it would probably receive less appreciation if not sustained by a beautiful soundtrack, which was released on 9 September 1997 by Walt Disney Records, its score being composed by Oliver Wallace, Peggy Lee, "Home Sweet Home" and the "Disney Studio Chorus".
The original version of "Lady and the Tramp" has a fantastic piano sheet that you will find here for free, which, combined with the right images, are able to make you easily take a walk inside the world of tales. For some inventive minds, it could be the perfect background for a romantic dinner, not forgetting to include into the atmosphere a plate of Italian spaghetti and maybe ending the fantasy with a similar "accidental" kiss, as in the classic iconic case of "Lady and the Tramp".
There are moments when anyone would like to have a sweet escape from the grey day to day life. And which is the best solution? It may be the entrance for a little while into the fantastic castle of animations, accompanied by a beautiful musical soundtrack, with soft piano notes.
|Directed by:||Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson, Hamilton Luske|
|Produced by:||Walt Disney|
|Story by:||Joe Grant|
|Genre:||Animated Romantic Comedy|
|Publisher:||A. Lacroix, Verboeckhoven & Cie.|
|Release date:||June 22, 1955|
|Music by:||Oliver Wallace|
|Based on:||Happy Dan, The Whistling Dog By Ward Greene|