Appears on releases

# Title Length Release Title Release Artist Date Country Label Catalog#
Official
1.3 Heigh-Ho 3:59 Dave Digs Disney The Dave Brubeck Quartet Columbia (imprint owned by CBS between 1938–1990 within US/CA/MX; owned worldwide by Sony Music Entertainment since 1991 except in JP) CL 1059
1.3 Heigh-Ho 3:59 Dave Digs Disney The Dave Brubeck Quartet Fontana TFL 5017
1.3 Heigh-Ho (The Dwarfs’ Marching Song) 3:57 Dave Digs Disney The Dave Brubeck Quartet Columbia (imprint owned by CBS between 1938–1990 within US/CA/MX; owned worldwide by Sony Music Entertainment since 1991 except in JP), Legacy (Legacy Recordings) CK 48820
1.3 Heigh‐Ho (The Dwarfs’ Marching Song) 3:57 Dave Digs Disney The Dave Brubeck Quartet Columbia (imprint owned by CBS between 1938–1990 within US/CA/MX; owned worldwide by Sony Music Entertainment since 1991 except in JP), Legacy (Legacy Recordings) CK 48820
1.3 Heigh-Ho (The Dwarfs’ Marching Song) 3:57 Dave Digs Disney The Dave Brubeck Quartet Columbia (imprint owned by CBS between 1938–1990 within US/CA/MX; owned worldwide by Sony Music Entertainment since 1991 except in JP)
3.3 Heigh-Ho (The Dwarfs' Marching Song) 4:00 The Columbia Studio Albums Collection 1955-1966 The Dave Brubeck Quartet Legacy (Legacy Recordings) 88697938812

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recorded in: Los Angeles, California, United States (1957-10-24)
drums: Joe Morello (1957-10-24)
bass: Norm Bates (double-bass player) (1957-10-24)
alto saxophone: Paul Desmond (1957-10-24)
piano: Dave Brubeck (1957-10-24)
producer: George Avakian
Nedra Olds‐Neal
recording of: Heigh‐Ho (The Dwarfs’ Marching Song) (instrumental) (1957-10-24)

Heigh‐Ho (The Dwarfs’ Marching Song)

composer: Frank Churchill
lyricist: Larry Morey
publisher: Bourne Co.
later parody versions: Les Verbes qui s'Accordent avec leur Sujets
later translated versions: Ay ho / Cavar, cavar (Heigh Ho / Dig, Dig, Dig) (Blancanieves y los siete enanitos)
Chante heigh ho (Heigh Ho)
Ehi-ho!
Heigh-Ho (Blanche-Neige et les sept nains)
Hej ho!
Hey ho! (Biancaneve)
ハイ・ホー
part of: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937 Disney animated film, songs and musical score)
referred to in medleys: The Main Street Electrical Parade