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‘Sketchbook’ Soundtrack Available Now

Walt Disney Records has released the soundtrack album for the Disney+ Original documentary series “Sketchbook” which is now streaming on Disney+.

The album has been composed by Scott Michael Smith and Michael Dean Parsons.  Smith has previously worked on The Last Duel, Hostile Planet, Shazam and the upcoming Minions: The Rise Of Gru. Parsons has previously worked on Bridgerton, Marvel’s 616 and Raya And The Last Dragon.

The soundtrack is available on various digital platforms including Spotify and Amazon.

You can view the track list from the album below:

1. Artists at Work (Sketchbook Main Title) (0:49)
2. Drawing the Genie (4:59)
3. Drawing Kuzco (3:37)
4. Drawing Mirabel (3:23)
5. Drawing Hook (4:05)
6. Drawing Olaf (3:55)
7. Drawing Simba (3:27)
8. Signing the Sketch (2:44)
9. Storyboards (0:57)
10. Robin’s Shorthand (0:54)
11. Art School (0:44)
12. Taking Risks (0:55)
13. Lovable Character (1:05)
14. Dreams Come True (1:53)

An intimate instructional documentary series, “Sketchbook” with Walt Disney Animation Studios takes us onto the desks and into the lives of talented artists and animators as they teach us how to draw a single iconic character from a Walt Disney Animation Studios film. Each episode focuses on a single artist illustrating a character that either they helped create or inspired them to want to be an artist at the Studio. As we learn the steps to drawing these characters, we also discover that the artists each have a unique story to tell about how they made their way to Disney and their chosen character. From the creators of “Chef’s Table,” this exclusive experience will give viewers of all ages a new understanding of how these beloved characters come to life on-screen while introducing them to a new cast of real-life characters along the way.

You can check out the trailer for “Sketchbook” below and read our review of the six-part docuseries here:

Source: Film Music Reporter

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