Emmy Award-winning and Academy Award-nominated composer John Debney has been part of our Disney lives for nearly four decades, from his work on television and in the parks to the big screen. His enchanting scores, from the spirited sounds associated with the Sanderson Sisters in Hocus Pocus to the hip flair in The Emperor’s New Groove, are nothing short of sensational. On this episode of Notably Disney John talks about his storied career, which has entailed scoring some beloved Disney films, including two movies commemorating their 20th anniversary very soon: The Emperor’s New Groove and The Princess Diaries. John and Brett Nachman also discuss John's admiration of other legendary composers, including Marc Shaiman, James Newton Howard, and James Horner.