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Sheet music for recorder trio (soprano, alto, tenor).
This is music by Grey Larsen from the Original 1980 Tuck Everlasting Movie. PLEASE NOTE: This is not music from the 2002 Disney Tuck Everlasting film!
In 1980, Frederick King Keller directed the first movie adaptation of Natalie Babbitt's children's novel Tuck Everlasting. Since then, it has been a popular cable TV offering as well as a touchstone to thought-provoking classroom discussions of the deep questions raised in Babbitt's classic novel. Keller's film is widely available for rental, and for loan from many libraries.
"Keller's 1980 fantasy Tuck Everlasting survives as a poignant children's classic, rating four stars in the Blockbuster video guide." - Buffalo News, Buffalo, NY, 1/21/01.
Disney's Tuck Everlasting movie (2002) sparked massive renewed interest in this compelling novel. The music box itself is a central, timeless character in the story. Not being alive, it, and its music, are everlasting, as are the Tuck Family.
In the novel, the haunting melody of the music box is left to the reader's imagination. But in the two Tuck films, composers Grey Larsen and William Ross have delved deep into their own imaginations to bring that music to life. These days many parents and children, teachers and students, are humming William Ross' music box theme after seeing the Disney movie. Inquisitive minds will want to hear Larsen's original theme as well. A CD and/or sheet music can be yours today, very reasonably priced, with students and school teachers in mind.
Actually, Grey composed two different themes for the music box. Director Keller loved them both. He chose Theme #1 for the music box itself, and the music of Theme #2 to underscore the scenes of Jessie and Winnie's growing affection for each other.