3rd year CSE students start a project entitled ‘Why Music is so Important in Animation?’ in order to enhance the value of music in animated movies. The main objective of this activity is to analyse the lyrics and discover the moral that songwriters wanted to transmit, why the songs are performed in a specific moment in these movies, and so on. All the songs selected have been award winners and and have been chosen for their valuable messages. Students will work the four skills while creating their final podcast (listening, reading, writing and speaking).
In our 4th instalment, we will talk about ‘Under the Sea’ from THE LITTLE MERMAID Original Soundtrack, Oscar Academy Award winner in 1990.
Let’s listen to their impressions of the song ‘Under the Sea’, composed by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman for Disney Studios and performed by the US singer Samuel E. Wright.
|PARTICIPANT STUDENTS||3rd year CSE GROUP A (Alejandro Fernández Gutiérrez and Lucía Martín Martín)|
|TEACHER IN CHARGE||MARÍA DEL PUERTO TOVAR CAMACHO|
|MUSIC||When You Wish Upon a Star|
(from Disney’s Pinocchio), by Leigh Harline and Ned Washington (1940).
|POST PRODUCTION AND EDITION||MARÍA DEL PUERTO TOVAR CAMACHO|