Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Frozen hits a high note this week with details of its dynamic soundtrack featuring eight original songs from Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Tony® Award-winning songwriter Robert Lopez, plus a phenomenal score by the composer of last year’s Oscar®-winning short Paperman, Christophe Beck.
The original motion picture soundtrack, which features the end-credit recording of Let It Go by Demi Lovato, is available for sale on Dec. 2, 2013. Directed by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee (screenwriter, Wreck-It Ralph), who also wrote the screenplay, and produced by Peter Del Vecho, Frozen hits theaters in the UK on 6th December.
According to Del Vecho, the original music adds to both the emotional story and the humor within this high-action comedy adventure. “Jennifer, Chris and the team have created a film with an engaging setting full of compelling characters,” he said. “The music elevates and propels this storytelling. The songwriters Kristen and Bobby participated in the creation of the story. We met with them for two hours each day via video conference while we were building our plot—not necessarily about the songs, but about the characters: who they are, how they think, what they want. Each song enhances and expands the story in a way that fully engages the audience in this world.”
We have 3 copies of ‘Frozen’ The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack – which features a recording by Demi Lovato – to give away. Frozen OST is out to buy on 2nd December from Walt Disney Records and includes music and songs from the festive new movie from Disney.
The competition closes at 23.59 on December 20th 2013.