35 Disney Music Trivia Questions and Answers 

This Disney music trivia is the perfect way to take a nostalgic look at some of the best Disney movies and songs of all time and see how much you remember.

Disney music includes some of the most emotive, inspirational, and moving music of all time. It is often an integral part of the movie, making it even more memorable

But how many iconic Disney songs can you remember? Could you sing along or match the music to the movie?

Do you need to wait to be king, or is it time to let it go?

Let’s find out!

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General Disney Music Trivia Questions and Answers 

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Some songs from Disney movies have become even more popular than the actual movie; they’re streamed, played, discussed, and learned all over the world; and have been for decades!

From immersion to nostalgia, the songs in Disney movies set the atmosphere and tone of a scene; they foreshadow events and help to develop characters and advance plots

But how good is your Disney music trivia knowledge?

Do you know what the most popular Disney song of all time is? Or all the words sung by Simba in The Lion King?

Let’s find out how much you know in round 1 of this Disney music trivia!

1: What is the first Disney song in The Lion King?
Circle of Life.
2: 'A Spoonful of Sugar' is a song from which Disney movie?
Mary Poppins.
3: Which Disney character sings 'When Will My Life Begin?'
4: According to a survey on MovieWeb, which movie has the greatest Disney soundtrack of all time?
The Lion King.
5: What is the following line: 'Look for the bare necessities…'?
The simple bare necessities.
6: Which Disney song made the most money?
'We Don't Talk About Bruno' from Encanto has become the highest-charting song from a Disney movie since 1995.
7: In which Disney movie will you hear this line: 'Darlin' it's better, down where it's wetter, take it from me!'
The Little Mermaid.
8: What was the first Disney song to win an Academy Award for Best Original Song?
'When You Wish Upon a Star,' from Pinocchio.
9: Who is the voice artist behind Princess Elsa's iconic Frozen songs?
Idina Menzel.
10: What comes after the lyrics 'Let's go fly a kite…' in Disney's Mary Poppins?
Up to the highest height.
11: Which song was almost cut from The Lion King because it did not fit the movie's father-and-son theme?
'Can You Feel the Love Tonight'
12: What is the annual average salary of an in-house Disney songwriter?
13: Which two Lion King characters sang 'I Can't Wait to Be King'?
Simba and Zazu.
14: Which Disney animated movie was the first to be turned into a Broadway musical?
Beauty and the Beast.
15: In which Disney movie is the song 'You've Got a Friend in me'?
Toy Story.

Name The Movie Disney Music Trivia Questions and Answers 

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In round 2 of this Disney music trivia, the questions will all be a song title, a line from a song, or vocalist

There are also a couple of more challenging questions that describe a musical scene from a Disney movie. 

But, whatever the question, the answer will always require you to name the movie!

Let’s see if you really know your Disney music trivia!

1: 'With A Smile And A Song' was sung by a leading character and baby bird in which Disney movie?
Snow White.
2: Considered one of the best Disney duets, Lea Salonga and Brad Kane performed 'A Whole New World' for which movie?
3: In which Disney movie does a beautiful princess sing 'A Tale As Old As Time'?
Sleeping Beauty.
4: 'Happy Working Song' is from which movie?
5: 'Reflection' is one of the hit songs from which 1998 animated film?
6: 'Remember Me
7: 'Be Prepared' is a Disney villain song written by Elton John that appeared in which classic Disney movie?
The Lion King.
8: Jerry Orbach and Angela Lansbury duetted on 'Be Our Guest' in which movie?
Beauty and the Beast.
9: 'I See The Light' is an emotional song performed by Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi in which 2010 Disney movie?
10: Louis Prima and Phil Harris sang together and created the iconic 'I Wanna Be Like You' song for which 1967 animated film?
The Jungle Book.

What Comes Next Disney Music Trivia Questions and Answers 

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Do you want a Disney song playing in your head, on repeat, all day long?

If yes, this is most definitely the Disney music trivia round for you! 

Each question in this round will appear as a line from a famous Disney song, and the answer will be the following line; what comes next

Ideally, we’re looking for the complete, accurate following line – and this may be more challenging than you think! 

Good …!

1: 'I'm gonna be the main event.'
Like no king was before. (I Just Can't Wait to be King, The Lion King).
2: 'We used to be best buddies, and now we're not.'
I wish you would tell me why. (Do You Want to Build a Snowman, Frozen).
3:'Down here all the fish is happy.'
As off through the waves they roll. (Under the Sea, The Little Mermaid).
4:'The Earth is just a dead thing you can claim.'
But I know every rock and tree and creature. (Colors of the Wind, Pocahontas).
5:'It's supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, even though the sound of it'
Is something quite atrocious. (Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, Mary Poppins).
6: 'You ain't never had a friend like me.'
Yes sir, we pride ourselves on service. (Friend Like Me, Aladdin).
7:'For one so small, you seem so strong
My arms will hold you, keep you safe and warm. (You'll Be In My Heart, Tarzan).
8:'For the tides, the sun, the sky. Hey, it's okay, it's okay.'
You're welcome. (You're Welcome, Moana).
9:'Imagine that the broom is someone that you love.'
And soon you'll find you're dancing to the tune. (Whistle While You Work, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs).
10: 'Cruella De Vil, If she doesn't scare you.'
No evil thing will. (Cruella De Vil, 101 Dalmatians).

More Disney Music Trivia Fun – Video 

I hope you enjoyed taking part in this Disney music trivia and looking back at some of the greatest movies ever created. And, if you didn’t do so well, Hakuna Matata!

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