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Matt Groening on How The Simpsons Theme Was Influenced by Carl Stalling and Other Great Composers

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Simpsons Creator/Executive Producer Matt Groening shares the cartoon composers who influenced The Simpsons Theme. \r
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Carl Stalling, Scott Bradley and Hoyt Curtin were prolific composers for animated films, all of whom Matt Groening enjoyed. But it was Hoyt Curtins work on themes like The Jetsons that had the most impact on his vision for The Simpsons theme.\r
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At the very beginning, when we were trying to figure out how the show was supposed to sound, I made a mix tape of my favorite cartoon music, Matt Groening explains. I love Carl Stalling, who did the old Warner Bros. cartoons — although I didnt want to do that specific kind of quick, jumpy . you know, where the music follows the action. So, although I love Carl Stalling, he was out.\r
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For the Hollywood Bowls 2015 season, the music of Carl Stalling will be on full display during the 25th anniversary celebration of Bugs Bunny at the Symphony. The Los Angeles Philharmonic will play Stallings phenomenal scores live, bringing audiences to their feet in laughter, cheers, and applause. Visit for tickets and more information!\r
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Hoyt Curtin, Matt Groening continues, who did the Hanna-Barbera cartoon music — in! I loved The Jetsons theme the best. We hooked up with Danny Elfman of Oingo Boingo, who had just started to do his film composing . and he got it right away.\r
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The Simpsons Theme reportedly took a little over three days to create and has been noted by Danny Elfman (in an interview with the Los Angeles Times) to be the most popular of his career. Its versatility led to a series of rearrangements and edits for variations on the shows opening sequence over the years and it remains a favorite among people of all ages.

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