Written and performed by Randy Newman for the Disney Pixar film Toy Story, it’s since been used in all the sequels too. Did you know? There’s a Spanish version by the Gypsy Kings and an Italian version by Riccardo Cocciante.
A beautiful, slow tune sung by Julie Andrews in the film ‘Mary Poppins’. The letter notes make this challenging piece much more approachable for beginners and novices, enjoy 🙂
Enjoy the letter notes for Disney’s ‘Under the Sea’ sung by everyone’s favourite animated crab. Great for beginners on any instrument 🙂
Sung in the 1998 Disney film by Donny Osmond, enjoy the letter notes for the most memorable song in Mulan 🙂
Another classic Disney song in simple letter notes from the 1950 animated film ‘Cinderella’. I’ve marked this as ‘hard’ as it has a bunch of shaps and flats, and goes really high pitch – good luck! Did you know? This has been covered by Cher, Michael Bolton, Bette Midler, Hilary Duff, Lily James, Daniel Begingfield.
From Disney’s 1964 animated classic, Sleeping Beauty, and recently in the spotlight again since featuring on the Maleficent soundtrack, performed by Lana Del Rey.
From the Walt Disney musical film Mary Poppins, enjoy Julie Andrews singing the great beginner tune 🙂
The letter notes for “Let’s go fly a kite”, from the Walt Disney musical film Mary Poppins, makes for a great practice song for beginners on flute, piano, oboe, clarinet, trumpet, voice, guitar and more 🙂
From the classic animated film ‘Pinocchio’, the song ‘When You Wish Upon a Star’ has come represent all things Disney. Enjoy the letter notes below – it goes super high-pitch (don’t say I didn’t warn you!)
In honor of the upcoming film (looking forward to seeing Emma Watson as Belle!) I’ve transcribed the letter notes (to the best of my ability :P) for the intro reprise of Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast”. I hope this is helpful to beginners playing any instrument, not just the flute 🙂