The famous tune's popularity has led to appearances in more than just the Main Street Electrical Parade. "Baroque Hoedown" could be heard in the following shows.
Main Street Electrical Parade (1972-1996) - The song served as the parade's main theme and was heard throughout the entire parade. The song was re-arranged and updated by Don Dorsey for the parade's return in 1977. This version would be heard in every other incarnation of the parade except for Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade: DreamLights and the 2009 version of Disney's Electrical Parade.
Light Magic (1997) - A Celtic version of the song is heard in the parade's finale, in homage to the Electrical Parade.
Disney's Electrical Parade (2001-2010) - The 1977 Don Dorsey arrangement was used from 2001-2009, when it was replaced with the soundtrack from Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade: DreamLights, which was arranged by Gregory Smith. Some segments were changed from orchestral arrangements from the Tokyo version to more electronic arrangements for Disney California Adventure, as well as entirely new music for floats that had no existing Tokyo counterparts. This arrangement is heard in the version of the parade that currently runs at the Magic Kingdom.
Fantasy Waters (1991-2004) - The Don Dorsey arrangement was heard during the Main Street Electrical Parade segment of the water show.
Main Street Electrical Parade (1977-1991; 1999-2001; Summer 2010–Present) - The song served as the parade's main theme and is heard throughout the entire parade. The parade first used the 1977 Don Dorsey arrangement. The 2010 version of the parade will use the current DreamLights version from Tokyo (with out the orchestra and chorus), arranged and programmed by Gregory Smith.
Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade (1985-1995) - The song served as the parade's main theme and is heard throughout the entire parade. The parade used the 1977 Don Dorsey arrangement.
Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade: DreamLights (2001-present) - The song serves as the parade's main theme and is heard throughout the entire parade. An entirely new arrangement was recorded for this version of the parade, using newer synthesizer technology and a mostly orchestral soundtrack, all performed, arranged, and orchestrated by Gregory Smith.