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The story of Aladdin is one of the most familiar narratives in all of literature, a classic ‘rags to riches’ tale featuring a young hero who has to learn an important lesson; an exotic setting; a good healthy dose of magic; a beautiful heroine; and an evil villain (or two, depending on which version of the story you follow).In this episode I’ll discuss the differences between Disney’s “Aladdin” and “Aladdin or His Magical Lamp” as told by Queen Scheherazade in the original “One Thousand and One Nights”, telling each story side by side.
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Some parts of the episode were cut for time, or to streamline the episode so that it stayed on point. Here are a few of the ones I liked.
“The Thief and The Cobbler”
“Cave of Wonders Improv”
The Fairy Tale by Roberto Ignis
Middle Eastern Cinematic Trailer by Omegamusic
Road to Jerusalem by Fabo
Habib Elomr by Abdul Khalil Ensemble
Hebbena by Abdul Khalil Ensemble
Belly Dancer by soundroll-music
The Witch by Basil Poledouris (“Conan The Barbarian” Motion Picture Soundtrack; Universal Music Enterprises)
Dynamic Arabic Textures by music_people
Lyons, Malcom; Lyons, Ursula “Art of Mulan, “The Arabian Nights: Tales of 1,001 Nights: Volume 1” Penguin Classics (February 4, 2010)
Lyons, Malcom; Lyons, Ursula “Art of Mulan, “The Arabian Nights: Tales of 1,001 Nights: Volume 2” Penguin Classics (February 4, 2010)
Lyons, Malcom; Lyons, Ursula “Art of Mulan, “The Arabian Nights: Tales of 1,001 Nights: Volume 3” Penguin Classics (February 4, 2010)
“Aladdin” Dir. Ron Clemens, John Musker, Buena Vista Pictures 1992
“The Thief of Baghdad” , Dir. Ludwig Berger, Michael Powell, Tim Whelan, United Artists, 1940
World Wide Web
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scheherazade – Scheherazade
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One_Thousand_and_One_Nights – One Thousand and One Nights
Loved it. One of the best episodes so far. Amazing to find out that jafar was once a good guy – kinda weird. Thanks 🙂
Loved that these get better and better. Great insight, awesome song choices, and a superb host. Aladdin is my favorite Disney movie so I’ve been waiting for this one and you didn’t disappoint. Plus it’s going to be a two parter, yay! I’ve listened to this one episode three times already. Keep up the great work!
Just listened to your outtakes and love you cave of wonders improv, always love when your DLRage side comes out. Keep up the great work, I being a lover of history these always make my work day or week go by faster( since it seems like I’m on my 50th relisten,they never get old). Thank you and I look forward to the next Aladdin and what ever story you plan to do next.
Excellent podcast! I’m a huge fan of this series, and the Aladdin segment was particularly captivating. Any chance you could provide me the name of the Italian story you mention at the start of the podcast?