Disney’s Frozen “Let It Go” – piano letter notes
What Makes Disney’s Let It Go One Of The Most Memorable Frozen Songs of All Time?
Let It Go is a record-smashing, hit song from the mega-hit, animated feature film Frozen released in the year 2013 that became an instant favorite of masses, written and composed by the famous couple Kristen Anderson Lopez and Robert Lopez and sung in the original tune by the American songwriter and singer IdinaMenzel who also voiced the protagonist character of the film, the ice queen, Elsa. The song was also covered by the American pop star Demi Lovato in an upbeat pop version for the casting purposes.
The song won the academy award for the best song in the year 2013 and reached to top 5 on the Billboard charts.
Piano Chord progression: Em, C, D, Asus, Am in the key of C.
What are some key features of the song that garnered its place both among children and adults?
Among all the frozen songs, this particular song was a favorite among children mainly because the music video in which the ice queen splashes snow all over and makes her castle out of it and also among adults because of Idina’s flawless, smooth, high pitched voice.
Since then, the song has been covered in 25 different languages and its snippets have been used in a variety of movies and pop culture shows making it one of the most enjoyed Disney songs of all time.
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