Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Music of Walt Disney's "FROZEN"


Frozen: NOV. 27th 2013

Let It Go (Audio) - Demi Lovato on Disney Video

      Platinum selling artist Demi Lovato's recorded a cover of the song, 'Let It Go', for the film's end credits. It was released the other day on iTunes. Disney unlocked the single because within 2 hours 300,000 people tweeted for it.

     Walt Disney Animation Studios' 'Frozen' has eight original songs from Kristen Anderson - Lopez and Robert Lopez ('Avenue Q', 'Book of Mormon') Their songs are not only about the music but about shaping character. Songs such as 'First time in Forever' and Olaf's song called 'Summer' help give powerful insightful messages on about how the character is feeling and thinking. Other songs include 'Reindeer are Better than People,' 'Love is an Open Door,' and 'Do You Want to Build a Snowman'.

Elsa, the Ice Queen
      The score of the film is done by composer of last years Oscar winning short, 'Paperman,' Christophe Beck. This Movie hits theaters November 27th on Thanksgiving weekend. I suggest you catch up on Disney Musicals and head straight to the theaters in november!

Olaf, The Snowman
     Also Here is Disney's newest trailer for Frozen. In it you will hear a snippet of a whole new song, "First time in Forever." The trailer also sets up Elsa for the first time and you get a peak of what the plot might be about!

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