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Frozen Soundtrack Review


by Karly Sacco

STAFF WRITER

The magical Disney film “Frozen” and its catchy songs have taken over the billboard charts as it continues to be a best seller. Without the music, this movie would be ordinary, but after you add the fairylike songs, it is no surprise that this soundtrack has impacted the lives of fans everywhere. All of the songs add their own elements to the movie that make it complete; however, there are a few that truly stand out. Let’s take a look at the songs from the “Frozen” soundtrack that continue to get stuck in our heads, played on repeat, and the ones that made fans fall in love with the movie!

 

Let It Go sung by Idina Menzel

This song has become the most loved and well known from the movie. Sung by Broadway star Idina Menzel, Let it Go is the song that takes place at the climax of the movie. Not only is this song extremely catchy, but also the meaning behind it makes you feel like you can face anything and be who you truly are. That might be why it is such a popular track!

 

Love is An Open Door sung by Kristen Bell and Santino Fontana

There always has to be that one really adorable love song that is sung by the girl and boy lead in the Disney musical, and this memorable upbeat tune is it! It is hard not to love this song, and after you watch the movie, I bet you find yourself singing the lyrics all day long.

 

For The First Time In Forever sung by Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel

This song has a very deep meaning, and some little kids that are fans of the film might not fully understand how truly special this song is. It is in the movie to represent change and how growing up you experience so many new things that are so exciting, yet confusing. This song is also special because although the lyrics are not repeated, the instrumental version of the song is repeated in the movie to show that there is a continuance of transformation throughout the movie.

 

Do you Want To Build A Snowman? Sung by Kristen Bell, Agatha LeeMonn and Katie Lopez

“Frozen” did such an amazing job of touching the hearts of all ages. This song is one that is loved by all of those different ages because it shows that no matter how old you get, you can still find happiness and fun in the simplest things like building a snowman!

 

In Summer sung by Josh Gad

Olaf is probably one of the most adorable snowmen I have ever seen. Although he might not be the stereotypical snowman with a top hat and all, he is truly special and has some amazing pipes! Josh Gad plays the little guy and performs the song titled In Summer. It is jazzy and is a great addition to the soundtrack because it is different from the rest of the music.