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The CEO of Dallas Opera, Keith Cerny considers Bus Bunny as a key factor for familiarizing an entire generation with the silliness and fun created by Wagner. Warner Brothers cartoons of that period brought into use an extensive range of classical music as soundtracks, which were all performed by house orchestras. Fort Worth Symphony has taken it upon itself to pay tribute to these marvelous creations by recreating the experience with Bugs Bunny at the Symphony, which essentially presents conducted classical music with a presentation of a collage of cartoon characters. The show has been created by George Daugherty, who stands at the podium as the witty commentator as musical director. This show is being presented about twenty years after the conception of Bugs Bunny on Broadway, which was an orchestra presentation featuring a live musical comprising of Warner Brothers. cartoons’ soundtracks. The idea behind the Broadway and Symphony shows is the same with the difference in focus; the latter has extended to include more classics such as the tunes of Tom and Jerry, Scooby- Doo and TheFlintstones. Before Bugs Bunny at the Symphony show, many of us simply did not know that the tunes of LooneyToons, composed b y milt Franklyn and Carl Stalling had been majorly based upon the works of masters Rossini and Wagner. Bugs Bunny at the Symphony tickets not only provide classical music finesse at its best but also deliver deep insight into the expanse of our cultural knowledge.
In the early nineteenth century, the Warner Brothers changed the musical direction of these genius animations and brought them under American composer Carl Stalling, whose early works for silent films, served as just the perfect type of preparation material for making cartoon scores which brought him fame. Stalling’s ability to synchronize musical sequences with the cartoon characters’ action resulted in outrageous hilarity that remains unparalleled. In one of the Bugs Bunny at the Symphony sessions called What’s Up Doc, Bugs is shown riding down a mountain in a complete Brunhilde drag, on a white horse, the dramatic spectacle of which is combined with the strains of Tannhauser Overture that leaves audience breathless with shrieking laughter.
Forts Worth Symphony playing at Bugs Bunny at the Symphony has incorporated music from a wide range including Die Fledermaus by Strauss and Bartered Bride by Smetana while also featuring something on the opposite end of the sound spectrum such as Gotterdammerung by Wagner. To coordinate the film with the orchestra, the players are made to wear headphones that play a click to play the corresponding track, which was a brilliant invention by Stalling still in use today. The show includes many of the most popular cartoon characters like Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner, Tom and Jerry, Tweety and Sylvester, Elmer Fudd, Bugs Bunny, Pepe Le Pew, Daffy Duck, and Porky Pig. While many of the cartoons are played to by a live orchestra, some are screened alongside their original soundtrack so that the orchestra can take some rest. Others are spliced together to show more characters like TheFlintstones and Scooby-Doo, making guest appearances.
Among those who have already experienced the magnificence of Bugs Bunny at the Symphony, it provides a very well-conceived show that leads it audiences into reminiscing to the Saturday morning cartoon programs and proves just how great the Warner Brother animations, which we all have grown up with, truly are. Filmed in saturated Technicolor, with an accompanying full symphony orchestra performing various scores of classical music, this show is far from the regular computer-scored, computer animated and typically product-promoting material that we call animations of today. Hurry and book the exciting Bugs Bunny at the Symphony tickets and be there to experience the pure joy of orchestra driven music while watch the good old WascallyWabbit jump about with his old pals from the world of classic LooneyTunes.
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