A Snow White storybook record album was released December 1938 in Italy on the Dischi Columbia label. Catalog no. DQ2839. Four-record set, 10" discs, 78 rpm. The recording features Myriam Ferretti and a full cast, music, and sound effects. Total run time just under 19 minutes.
Images and info courtesy of Greg Philip at A Lost Film.
In 1938, Irving Berlin, Inc. held the copyright to the Snow White tunes. In France, the sheet music was published by Salabert. Some collections included multiple musical numbers. However, these shown here only feature one individual Snow White song per book. The covers are tinted with a single-tone color. As the popularity of the film grew, additional songbook printings were made. Note the slight changes to the design layout of the Sifflez en Travaillant books.
In 1938, sheet music was popular. These Snow White songbooks were published in Paris by Salabert. The music was copyrighted by Irving Berlin Inc. and the illustrations by Walt Disney Mickey Mouse SA. The front and back covers sport a single-tone color.
The Salabert 86th Collection series. Music for violin. Features 10 songs, one per page; a total of 12 pages (including covers).