Dedicated to DLP Podcast Episode 5: Interview With Disneyland Paris Music Director Vasile Sirli

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This is the first of four interviews I conducted whilst in Disneyland Paris for Disney’s Enchanted Christmas, the trip report of which can be found on episode 4 of the podcast. We’re starting off with one of the most brilliant people involved with Disneyland Paris, Vasile Sirli. This is the man responsible for iconic tunes such as Chante c’est Noel, It’s Halloween-lo-ween, Dancin’ (A Catchy Rhythm) and the mastermind behind The Tarzan Encounter. A truly fascinating man, as you are about to find out. Listen out for the bit where I’m told I only have 2 minutes left and quickly get another question in!

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As the founder of Dedicated to DLP Steve is a self confessed Disneyland Paris fanatic and has an unrivaled passion for the resort, its history and what makes it work. He has a particular love of Pirates of the Caribbean, which he often talks about as the host of the podcast and the weekly YouTube show.



2 Responses to “Dedicated to DLP Podcast Episode 5: Interview With Disneyland Paris Music Director Vasile Sirli”

  1. pixarA113 says:

    Great podcast – one of your best yet – great interview; thanks for sharing.

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