Frozen Soundtrack English
Frozen Soundtrack English

Frozen Soundtrack English: The Frozen soundtrack is the album that contains the songs and the score from the 2013 Disney animated film Frozen. The songs were written by Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, and the score was composed by Christophe Beck.

The soundtrack features performances by the voice actors of the film, such as Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff, Josh Gad, and others.

Some of the most popular songs from the soundtrack are Let It Go, Do You Want to Build a Snowman? For the First Time in Forever and Love Is an Open Door. The soundtrack was released on November 25, 2013, and became a huge commercial and critical success.

It won two Academy Awards, a Grammy Award, a BAFTA Award, and many other accolades.

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Frozen Soundtrack English

Frozen Soundtrack English (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Two editions of the soundtrack were released by Walt Disney Records on November 25, 2013: a single-disc regular edition, and a two-disc digipack deluxe edition, containing the original demo recordings of the songs and score compositions, unused outtake recordings, and instrumental versions were involved, Main songs of the film.

The soundtrack includes the critically acclaimed song “Let It Go” film version performed by Idina Menzel: and a solo version performed by Demi Lovato which won the Academy Award for Best Original Song, the Grammy Award for Best Song Written for Visual Media won the Critics’ Choice Award for Best Song, and was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song.

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Frozen Soundtrack English

Frozen Soundtrack English (Theme)

As of December 11, 2014, the soundtrack for Frozen had had forty-three nonconsecutive weeks on top of Billboard Top Soundtracks. On the US Billboard 200, the album debuted at No. 18, the highest chart position for the soundtrack in an animated film since the 2006 film Cars. It later moved up to No. 10, becoming the tenth soundtrack from an animated film to reach the top 10.

The soundtrack later peaked at No. 4, the highest position for an animated film soundtrack since Disney’s Pocahontas in 1995. On the week ending January 5, 2014, Frozen reached No. 1, surpassing Beyoncé’s self-titled album (which previously held the No. 1 spot for three weeks following its unannounced release in December 2013) and the fourth animated film soundtrack. became. History of reaching this position.

Additionally, Frozen was the fifth best-selling soundtrack album of 2013 in the US, with 338,000 copies sold that year. Frozen remained the best-selling album in the US and the only album to sell over one million units in the first half of 2014, with approximately 2.7 million units.

Frozen Soundtrack English (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

  • “Frozen Heart” Cast of Frozen
  • “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” Kristen Bell, Agatha Lee Monn, and Katie Lopez
  • “For the First Time in Forever” Bell and Idina Menzel
  • “Love Is an Open Door” Bell and Santino Fontana
  • “Let It Go” Menzel
  • “Reindeer(s) Are Better Than People” Jonathan Groff
  • “In Summer” Josh Gad
  • “For the First Time in Forever (Reprise)” Bell and Menzel
  • “Fixer Upper” by Maia Wilson and the Cast of Frozen
  • “Let It Go” (End Credit Version) Demi Lovato
  • “Vuelie” (featuring Cantus) Christophe Beck and Frode Fjellheim
  • “Elsa and Anna” Christophe Beck
  • “The Trolls” Christophe Beck
  • “Coronation Day” Christophe Beck
  • “Heimr Àrnadalr” Christophe Beck
  • “Winter’s Waltz” Christophe Beck
  • “Sorcery” Christophe Beck
  • “Royal Pursuit” Christophe Beck
  • “Onward and Upward” Christophe Beck
  • “Wolves” Christophe Beck
  • “The North Mountain” Christophe Beck
  • “We Were So Close” Christophe Beck
  • “Marshmallow Attack!” Christophe Beck
  • “Conceal, Don’t Feel” Christophe Beck
  • “Only an Act of True Love” Christophe Beck
  • “Summit Siege” Christophe Beck
  • “Return to Arendelle” Christophe Beck
  • “Treason” Christophe Beck
  • “Some People Are Worth Melting For” Christophe Beck
  • “Whiteout” Christophe Beck
  • “The Great Thaw (Vuelie Reprise)” Christophe Beck and Frode Fjellheim
  • “Epilogue” Christophe Beck

Frozen Soundtrack English (OST)

  • “For the First Time in Forever” – (Demo) Kristen Anderson-Lopez 3:33
  • “Love Is an Open Door”- Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez 2:02
  • “We Know Better”- Kristen Anderson-Lopez 4:04
  • “Spring Pageant” – Robert Lopez, Kristen Anderson-Lopez, Katie Lopez, and Annie Lopez 3:09
  • “More Than Just the Spare”- Kristen Anderson-Lopez 3:25
  • “You’re You”- Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez 1:48
  • “Life’s Too Short” – Kristen Anderson-Lopez 3:52
  • “Life’s Too Short (Reprise)”- Kristen Anderson-Lopez 1:42
  • “Reindeer(s) Remix” – Robert Lopez 2:26
  • “The Ballad of Olaf & Sven” – Christophe Beck 1:35
  • “Queen Elsa of Arendelle”- Christophe Beck 0:42
  • “Hans” – Christophe Beck 1:20
  • “It Had to Be Snow” – Christophe Beck 1:17
  • “Meet Olaf” – Christophe Beck 2:01
  • “Hands for Hans” – Christophe Beck 0:48
  • “Oaken’s Sauna” – Christophe Beck 1:25
  • “Thin Air”- Christophe Beck 2:19
  • “Cliff Diving” – Christophe Beck 0:50
  • “The Love Experts” – Christophe Beck 1:02
  • “Elsa Imprisoned” – Christophe Beck 1:04
  • “Hans’ Kiss” – Christophe Beck 2:11
  • “Coronation Band Suite” – Christophe Beck 1:32
  • “Let It Go” – Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez 3:46

Frozen Soundtrack English (additional download tracks)

  • “For the First Time in Forever” (Instrumental) Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez 3:46
  • “Love Is an Open Door” (Instrumental) Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez 2:07
  • “In Summer” (Instrumental) Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez 1:47
  • “Let It Go” (Instrumental — Demi Lovato Version) Robert Lopez, Kristen Anderson-Lopez, and Emanuel “Eman” Kiriakou 3:45

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