A Tribute to "Number Two"





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Published on Oct 24, 2011

Franz Liszt's "Hungarian Rhapsody no. 2 in C Sharp Minor".

It is most likely undeniable that you have heard this piece of music somewhere at one time or another.

It is perhaps the most prominent piece of classical (romantic, actually) music featured in animated cartoons across the years.
(either that or Rossini's "Largo al Factotum". It's a tough call).

And in honor of Franz Liszt's 200th birthday (2 days late, but whatever), I have assembled a compilation of a couple cartoons that make use of good ol' "Number Two".

And I say "a couple" because these are probably not even half. You really have no idea how much of a trademark this song was to classic cartoons until you actually try to hunt them down.

Now, let the anvils fall and dynamite explode!

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    • "WBHE Academy Award-Nominated Animation-Cinema Favorites (8/6/13) - C" (Amazon.com)



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