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  • Audio CD (December 10, 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Imports
  • ASIN: B00G4RH844
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2,409 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #970,531 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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The music is beautiful.
susan mancini
This digital version of the 2 disk set has some of the best songs and some great bonus tracks of demos songs that didn't make the final cut of the film.
Amazon Customer
My kids and I loved the movie and we love to sing along with the songs!
MJC4mom

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328 of 345 people found the following review helpful By A. Einhorn on November 25, 2013
Format: Audio CD
When it comes to Disney features, the music can make or break the movie. Many fans turned away entirely from Hercules because of the unexpected musical choices with the Gospel-style songs (although I am personally a fan), and to this day, I think that if Disney had made the music integrated into Tarzan the way they did the Broadway version, it would have ended up being a much bigger hit.

Well, Frozen is an absolute win in the musical category, and if you’re a fan of Broadway, then you will be very, very pleased.

The orchestral score from Christophe Beck is quite, quite lovely, and pulls you strongly in to the film right from the beginning. But as solid as the score is, the actual songs are where Frozen soars.

“Frozen Heart” starts the film off strong with a solid, sea-chanty-esque rhthym, “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” establishes the relationship between the sisters and is heart-breakingly sweet and sad at the same time. “Reindeers Are Better Than People” is a cute little ditty featuring Jonathan Groff, and “Fixer Upper” is fun and energetic and will make great background music when walking through the Disney parks.

But there are three songs that everyone will be talking about.

“For the First Time in Forever” (and its reprise) is the adult counter-point to “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” and is absolutely essential to understanding who both Anna and Elsa are. It has a great build throughout, catchy lyrics, and really fun visuals. Think of it in the same vein as other Disney "I Want" Songs, and you won’t be far off at all.

“Love is an Open Door” is a really lovely love-song duet, and in a different film, could easily be the one that everyone will remember at the movie’s end.
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198 of 219 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 25, 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I was at the premiere of Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" in 1992. I remember the feeling that everything in Disney animation was about to change for the better and for a very long time. The combination of story, animation, and above all, song, was the best that had been seen in a film since the 1950's, during the Silver Age of Disney animation. What Alan Menken and Howard Ashman had hinted at in "The Little Mermaid" was given full, beautiful voice in the songs from "Beauty and the Beast," and I knew that a new Golden Age of Disney animation was on its way.

I had that same feeling when I saw "Frozen" a week ago. It is to the new generation of Disney films what "Beast" was to the Disney animated films of the 1990's: a wake up to everything that makes a "Disney" film a truly "Disney" film, and not a Pixar want-to-be. Not a Dreamworks pop-culture retread, but a film by the company that made the animated film a viable and living art form.

"Frozen" is simply THAT good of a film. And apart from spectacular animation, a heartfelt and beautiful story, and top-notch voice acting, what makes "Frozen" that good is the music.

A perfect combination of song and score, the music by Christophe Beck (instrumental score) and Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez (songs), bring to life the story of sisters Elsa and Anna, princesses of Arandelle. Elsa has the magical power to control and create snow and ice, and as the movie opens, they are best friends who enjoy playing with snow and snowmen in the ballrooms of the palace. When an accident happens that causes things to change, the sisters are torn apart and the story begins.
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71 of 79 people found the following review helpful By James G. on January 30, 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Disc 1 is the base soundtrack, which is great. I'd likely rate Disc 1 alone 5/5.

I want to talk about Disc 2 or the "Deluxe Edition" extras. I think the thing that bugs me most about Disc 2 is the talking before a lot of the tracks. They give you a brief introduction to the track telling you why it was not used in the film or why it was created originally. These are interesting for the first listen through but after that really ruin the music listening experience.

A soundtrack should contain music. If you're going to put in audio commentary the very least you could do is put them in a separate track so they can be trivially deleted. Unfortunately in this case they're integrated into the track so to extract them you'd have to manually go through and delete the first 10 or more seconds.

There are about 7 "outtakes' on Disc 2 all of which have talking. It is a darn shame too because some of those 7 tracks would have been quite good without the commentary. Some of the demo tracks and Instrumental Karaoke are decent however and lack the talking...

I'm not sure if I'd "recommend" the Deluxe Edition or not. There really are a couple of great tracks on Disc 2. I actually prefer the "Demo" track of "Love Is an Open Door" (track #2 Disc 2) to the full one found on Disc 1, it has a much more "chill" tone which works really well for such a cute song.
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79 of 93 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 26, 2013
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was at the premiere of Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" in 1992. I remember the feeling that everything in Disney animation was about to change for the better and for a very long time. The combination of story, animation, and above all, song, was the best that had been seen in a film since the 1950's, during the Silver Age of Disney animation. What Alan Menken and Howard Ashman had hinted at in "The Little Mermaid" was given full, beautiful voice in the songs from "Beauty and the Beast," and I knew that a new Golden Age of Disney animation was on its way.

I had that same feeling when I saw "Frozen" a week ago. It is to the new generation of Disney films what "Beast" was to the Disney animated films of the 1990's: a wake up to everything that makes a "Disney" film a truly "Disney" film, and not a Pixar want-to-be. Not a Dreamworks pop-culture retread, but a film by the company that made the animated film a viable and living art form.

"Frozen" is simply THAT good of a film. And apart from spectacular animation, a heartfelt and beautiful story, and top-notch voice acting, what makes "Frozen" that good is the music.

A perfect combination of song and score, the music by Christophe Beck (instrumental score) and Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez (songs), bring to life the story of sisters Elsa and Anna, princesses of Arandelle. Elsa has the magical power to control and create snow and ice, and as the movie opens, they are best friends who enjoy playing with snow and snowmen in the ballrooms of the palace. When an accident happens that causes things to change, the sisters are torn apart and the story begins.
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