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The 2014 Academy Award winning original song “Let it Go” is on this CD which makes this awesome to begin with, then Disney kicks it up a notch with such a wonderful score for the entire movie. This soundtrack can make you joyful, sad, and afraid. I don’t how they do it, but just listening to the soundtrack takes me back to the theater picturing each scene perfectly in my mind.
Hmmm….favorite songs? All of them. With this particular soundtrack I don’t listen to just the popular songs, the whole soundtrack is amazing. The orchestration is so beautiful! I love how the orchestration complements the animation so much.
I do want to take a look at some of the songs on this CD.
Frozen Heart: Listen to that song closely. It tells the story of what is going to happen. I didn’t even realize that the first or tenth time listening to it because the beat is so hypnotizing. Whose frozen heart is the song referring to: Elsa’s, Anna’s, or Han’s? I would like to think Han’s because his heart is the only frozen around according to Elsa, and, well she is a queen so her word should rule.
Do You Wanna Build a Snowman?: This song makes me cry almost every time I hear it. I feel for Ann’s loneliness. She needs interaction and to not have any, especially from her sister must have hurt. I don’t know what the parents could have said but they should of told Anna something about Elsa so she didn’t feel so dejected.
Love is an Open Door: Now when I first heard this song in the theater, I was not a fan of it. It sounded so High School Musical and not really suited for a big screen Disney movie. Since then the song has grown on me. Part of that could be because of the parents who sing it in the car. That video is funny!
Let it Go: The song everybody knows by heart. Sing-alongs and Youtube videos galore of this song. A children’s song with such a deeper meaning than children can really understand. Idina Menzel sings it so well. The Demi Lovato version is also on this CD but that is not really the version I like best. Idina can belt it out and I also feel the emotions Elsa was feeling while it is being sung. I can also see the ice staircase and castle forming in my imagination.
In Summer: This song makes me laugh no matter how many times I hear it. I don’t think a Disney songs exists that has the comedic effect like this song. Olaf is awesome as he sings about his dreams to enjoy the summertime heat. This song also teaches several science lessons, but I am sure that is not what you are concentrating on when you are listening!
So many other great songs and instrumental pieces that makes the Frozen soundtrack one of the best soundtracks in Disney’s history!!
What is your favorite song from Frozen and why?