Hello and welcome, to my very first fanpop article! Let me start this off da saying that I know that everyone is fed up with all the Frozen talk, but I want to talk about it. I assume that te want to know some more, however, because te are Leggere this. So away!
The songwriters of Frozen, Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, really made the film with this amazing soundtrack! I am Scrivere this articolo to, hopefully, mostra te some things that te didn't know that makes each song in Frozen specifically amazing. Bobby and Kristen wrote these amazing songs, but they also released outtakes of the soundtrack, where they mostra some early versions of songs, and some songs that never made into the final film. If te haven't heard them yet, I extremely encourage te to do so. They are just as good, if not better, than the songs in the original film, but without further ado, let's get this articolo started. Frozen cuore
Frozen cuore is the first song in Frozen. It is the first thing that the audience sees about Frozen at all. In the song ice harvesters are going about their business as they sing. This song is awesome, but what I find it to be specifically amazing is the fact that it foreshadows the entire movie. The lyrics are: "Beautiful, powerful, dangerous, cold. Ice has a magic can't be controlled." This shows that Elsa's powers are beautiful, but at the same time very dangerous. It shows that Elsa will have a hard time controlling her powers, as well, but one of the most amazing foreshadows about the song are the words, "Beware the Frozen heart." It states the dangers of getting your cuore frozen, but at the same time, predicts that someone in the movie later on will get their cuore frozen. Pretty cool, right? This song makes a cameo in another song that is one hundred percent awesome
, but you'll have to stick around to find out what it is! Do te Want to Build a Snowman?
Do te want to Build a Snowman? Well I sure do! This song is when Anna is Canto to Elsa that they need to play some più together. This song is amazing, and one reason why is how the lyrics progress throughout the song. When the song first starts, Anna is five years old, and her vocals are very simple. Then the years progress and Anna is nine, her vocals are più sophisticated. She uses words like, "company" and "overdue," and finally at the end of the song, Anna is fifteen and she speaks like an adult. This song is cuore breaking, and really good. For the First Time in Forever
The successivo song in Frozen is "For the First Time in Forever." This is sung da Anna on her sister's coronation day, dreaming about how, finally, she can have some fun and find the man of her dreams. I might be a sap, but I'm a sucker when people are thinking or, in this case, Canto about their dreams (my preferito scene in Wreck-It-Ralph is when he first gets the medal and he sees himself at the pent house having the time of his life) Besides the fact of this song just being awesome, this song contains three of the four easter eggs in this film. Let's get the most obvious out of the way, when Anna is first leaving through the gates, Rapunzel and Eugene, from Tangled, are walking in. Another easter egg is when Anna is in the castello gallery and is matching up to the paintings behind her. The painting of the girl on the swing is based on a real painting, and is the painting that the creators based the look of the movie Rapunzel - L'intreccio della torre on! The final easter egg in this song is when she is talking to her dream man (shown in the image above.) The Cioccolato that Anna eats is designed like most of the Cioccolato scenery in Wreck-It-Ralph, WHAT?! THAT'S CRAZY!
But the main reason why this song is amazing is the fact that te can use the same lyrics and present two completely different messages. I'm talking about the duet with Anna and Elsa, (Elsa is bold, Anna italics) "It's only for today, It's only for today! It's agony to wait, Agony to wait! Tell the guards to open up, the gates, The gates!
" At face value, these lyrics are simple and not that important, but the way those lyrics are sung tell a story. Elsa is prepping herself for the giorno telling herself that it's just one day. She says it's agony to wait, meaning the longer she waits, the worse she'll get nervous. Anna, da the way she sings it, is saying, It's only for today so let's get it started, it's agony to wait because she really wants it to start. It shows how they both are feeling, but it uses the same lyrics. AWESOME! Love is an Open Door
This song is a Amore song between Anna and Hans. This song is really good, and it has a tid bit o two of cool stuff snuck in there. In this song te can first see a glimpse of Hans' evilness. When he says, "I've been searching my whole life to find my own place," te raise the question, you've been searching for a place to call home, but for what reason, to rule it, perhaps? te can also see how happy Anna is with him, and how their connection grows. Let It Go
I'm not going to really talk about this one. We all know it is an amazing song. It is nominated for best original song at the Oscars and should have won it at the Golden Globes.
But this song is amazing. Elsa let's go of all her worries and really uses her magic for something beautiful. It's just plain awesome. I could go into più detail, but te probably know everything about this song. Reindeers are Better than People
There's not much to say about this song. In this song, Kristoff and Sven sing a duet on why the name of the song is true. It's short and cute, and te really get to see the extent of Sven and Kristoff's relationship. In Summer
"In Summer" is the song that Olaf the adorable snowman sings about his dream of being in summer. The song is great and really funny. This song has the funniest part in any Disney movie, ever. I laughed so hard! It is the scene when he says, "Winter's a great time to stay in and cuddle, but put me in summer and I'll be a... (looks at puddle) happy snowman!" It is so awesome. It really shows off how talented Bobby and Kristen are at song writing, and how te can be funny without shoving it down your throat! For the First Time in Forever (Reprise)
Do te remember when I detto that "Frozen Heart" is in another song? Well, that song is this song! This song is about Anna trying to convince Elsa that she can unfreeze Arendelle, but Elsa says she doesn't know how. It is of epic Broadway proportions, and at the very end, after Anna is struck in the heart, te can hear the Musica to "There's beauty and there's danger here.... Beware the Frozen heart...." It's really awesome, and if te haven't heard it go find it right now!
But besides that the song is just straight up awesome with the duet between Anna and Elsa, and them coming forth with their true feelings toward each other. Fixer Upper
This is the final song in Frozen. It is about Kristoff's family trying to get him and Anna together. It is really funny and also cute. The trolls are awesome, and they talk about true love. I really like the part when she says, "People make bad choices when they're mad and scared and stressed, but throw a little Amore their way! You'll bring out the best! True Amore brings out the best!" This says that even people that aren't that good can get changed for the better with love. This also explains some of Elsa's powers. She is scared and stressed all the time, and she can't control her powers. It shows that Anna should still Amore Elsa, even though she still does. I just think it's a cool comparison. The End
You're probably sitting there, thinking, "Yes! He's finally done!" I know it was long, but I hope te enjoyed what I had to say. Also, I would like to write an articolo similar to this one on all of the outtake songs, so if te would like to see that let me know! If no one responds saying that I should, I won't. So if you're on the edge, just say yeah before I decide not to. And if te don't want to see an articolo like that let me know and I won't make one, it's all ok!
So thank te for bearing with me this entire time and I hope te enjoyed! P.S.
I bet whenever te read part of a song in Citazioni te sang it like the movie, didn't you?
Let me know if I'm wrong. P.P.S.
Robert Lopez also worked with the creators of South Park
to write the Broadway Musical The Book of Mormon
and Avenue Q
! If te need più reasons to Amore Bobby Lopez, I don't know what's wrong with te :) P.P.P.S.
(P.P) <-- ha that's funny stuff right there. P.P.P.P.S.
(P.P.P.) <-- hahahaha that's even funier!!