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The jungle book : originele Nederlandstalige soundtrack

George Bruns (composer)
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The jungle book : originele Nederlandstalige soundtrack

George Bruns (composer)
Target audience:
All ages
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Title
The jungle book : originele Nederlandstalige soundtrack
Composer
George Bruns
Publisher
Walt Disney, 2007
1 cd
Playing time
00:42:50
EAN
5099951509521
CDR
HFX7055
Placing suggestion
Muziek (ZIZO) 90 - Kinderrepertoire (NBLC) D9 - Kinder- en jeugdrepertoire (Flemish music schema)

Availability in Flemish libraries

More than 5 times in Flemish libraries

Reviews

De originele Nederlandstalige soundtrack van de Disney-animatiefilm Jungle book die gemaakt werd in 1967 en de laatste was waarin Disney zelf nog meewerkte. Het verhaal is losjes gebaseerd op de verhalen van Rudyard Kipling over Mowgli, het mensenkind dat in het oerwoud wordt opgevoed door wolven. Hier wordt hij goede vriendjes met o.a. de swingende orang oetang koning Lowietje, de trouwe panter Bagheera en de vrolijke beer Baloe. De swingende liedjes zijn klassiekers geworden en zijn te beluisteren op deze originele Nederlandse soundtrack, zoals Als je van beren leren kan, Bouw op mij en Helder water bij de bron. Ook het openingsnummer, de overbekende Disney-song 'I wan'na be like you' door de populaire groep XYP, komt uit de nieuwe Nederlandstalige Jungle book-film.

About George Bruns

George Edward Bruns (July 3, 1914 – May 23, 1983) was an American composer of music for film and television who worked on many Disney films. He was nominated for four Academy Awards for his work. He was also a proficient musician, playing and recording on trombone, tuba and string bass.

Career

George Edward Bruns was born on July 3, 1914 in Sandy, Oregon, and went to college at Oregon State University, where he was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, graduating in 1936. In the 1930s he worked as a musician with various groups in the Portland, Oregon area. In 1946 he was appointed musical director at radio station KEX in Portland, Oregon, and also was the bandleader for the Rose Bowl room of the Multnomah Hotel. From 1947 to 1949 he performed and recorded on trombone with Portland's Castle Jazz Band, led by banjoist Monte Ballou.

In the late 1940s, he moved to Los Angeles, where he did studio work, performed, and recorde…Read more on Wikipedia