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  • Walt Disney opening scene
  • P X A R
  • Pixar opening scene
  • DISNEY
  • FINDING DORY
  • PIXAR
  • I would have a harp or a flute to represent the enchanting castle. it would play softly and quietly building up to a crescendo and will have a soft and happy melody to show the happy adventures taking place at the Disney castle. A triangle or the strumming of the guitar strings to show the fireworks.
  • The pixar opening scene is quite funny and to create the sound i would use a plunger or a sticky object and repeatedly press it on to the surface therefore creating a bouncy lamp effect or I would use the sound of a door creaking to indicate the old lamp moving. it would also be built up to a crescendo, getting louder and louder until it stops completely.
  • This is like an under the sea vibe. I would use bongos to give it the sound of the carriebean and the water. The dynamics will be forte. The tempo would be quick and fast paced. The mood will be cheerful and happy.
  • DISNEY
  • FINDING DORY
  • For this scene,i would use my voice to create the sound of bubbles whilst dory is swimming or i could use a plunger to create the bouncing or popping of the bubbles. The articulation would be staccato.The pitch will be quite high and the dynamics will be build up to a crescendo and then stop ,therefore the mood will be fun and bouncy.
  • PIXAR
  • DISNEY
  • FINDING DORY
  • For this scene, I would use my own voice to represent the laughter of Dory. Also, I would use a sticky object to portray the swimming and bubbles or even the sound of a dog wagging his tail to create the sound of the tail swimming fast.The pitch will be high and the dynamics will be mezzo forte- fairly loud. The mood will be happy and fun.
  • PIXAR
  • For this scene, I would use a flute or a harp to create mystery. The articulation would be legato. The instruments will be played smoothly and will build up to a crescendo and immediately stop on the last note. The mood will be mysterious.
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