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2017年5月12日 星期五

Final “Wishes” @ Magic Kingdom park!

為配合全新夜間表演「Happily Ever After」即將在美國時間2017年5月12日隆重上演,位於「神奇王國」樂園(Magic Kingdom park)的「Wishes」煙花表演  已於2017年5月11日完成了它的歷史任務。以下是以4K拍攝的 Last Show 片段:

~ Fun Facts ~
Bursting with color, sound and emotion, “Wishes” is the biggest fireworks spectacular ever presented at Magic Kingdom.  Narrated by the voice of Jiminy Cricket with help from the Blue Fairy, the dazzling display weaves a thrilling “story in the sky” for Walt Disney World guests with hundreds of brilliant pyrotechnic effects exploding above and around Cinderella Castle

The Show
Running time: Approximately 12 minutes
Fireworks firing cues: 557
Individual pieces of pyrotechnics: 683

Presented most nights, “Wishes” is several times larger than “Fantasy in the Sky,” the previous fireworks show at Magic Kingdom, and roughly five minutes longer.

The Story
“Wishes” tells a richly emotional tale about making a wish come true, using classic Disney songs and character voices accompanied by meticulously choreographed fireworks.

The Cast
“Wishes” features the voices of:
- Jiminy Cricket , the Blue Fairy and Pinocchio (from 1940’s “Pinocchio”)
- Snow White and the wicked Queen (from 1937’s “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”) 
- Cinderella (from 1950’s “Cinderella”)
- Peter Pan (from 1953’s “Peter Pan”)
- Ariel (from 1989’s “The Little Mermaid”)
- Aladdin and Genie (from 1992’s “Aladdin”)
- Tinker Bell (also from “Peter Pan”), flies from atop Cinderella Castle during a key moment in the show.

The Crew

- Creator/show director: Steven Davison
Davison, creative director with Walt Disney Creative Entertainment, also developed the “Believe. . .There’s Magic in the Stars” fireworks spectacular at Disneyland.

- Fireworks designer: Eric Tucker
An award-winning pyrotechnics designer whose credits span the globe, Tucker previously designed the fireworks for “IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth” at Epcot.

- Music director: Steve Skorija
As music director for Walt Disney Entertainment, Skorija oversees music production for live entertainment and special events at Walt Disney World Resort.

- Composer/arranger: Gregory Smith
Smith previously worked on such Walt Disney World productions as “IllumiNations 25” and “Splashtacular” at Epcot, and the “Mickey Mania” parade at Magic Kingdom.

The Music
In addition to Gregory Smith’s original theme, which is based on the children’s nursery rhyme “Starlight, Star Bright,” the score for “Wishes” contains portions of 15 songs from 10 classic Disney animated features:

- “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” (1937)
- “Pinocchio” (1940)
- “Fantasia” (1940)
- “Cinderella” (1950)
- “Peter Pan” (1953)
- “Sleeping Beauty” (1959)
- “The Little Mermaid” (1989)
- “Beauty and the Beast” (1991)
- “Aladdin” (1992)
- “Hercules” (1997)

The Fireworks
“Wishes” features several new locations for launching fireworks that create brilliant bursts of light around Cinderella Castle, plus pyrotechnic effects never seen before in a Disney theme park, including several developed especially for the show:

- The show’s “wishing star” crests approximately 100 feet above the castle’s bright spires.
- The Blue Fairy is represented with a spectacular star-shaped shell that “paints” each wish high in the sky with enchanted starlight.

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