This is the third song from Frozen that I’ve covered so far….and the longest (10 pages of sheet music) :p Anna (the younger princess) sings this on the morning of Elsa’s Coronation Day, elated that she might finally have a chance to live the life she’s been dreaming of…maybe even find true love! Elsa joins in later in the song, expressing her fear of losing control and revealing her dreadful ‘curse’ – “make one wrong move and everyone will know”. The duet part is my favourite part of the song Hope you’ll all enjoy this. An easier version will be created next week, as well as the Synthesia tutorial…so subscribe and stay in touch!
Do You Want to Build a Snowman, from Disney’s Frozen, is sung by Anna (the younger princess) in 3 different ages, 5, 9 and 15. It starts with a cheerful and cute Anna trying to persuade Elsa to leave her room to play as they used to do. It continues to trace the increasing sadness and loneliness of the sisters as Elsa, in her fear of harming Anna and revealing her “curse”, isolates herself completely. The song ends tragically with the death of their parents at sea, and Anna’s unanswered plea for Elsa’s presence and support.
To view the Advanced Version on YouTube, click
To view the tutorial of the Advanced Version, click
To view and download the music sheets, click do-you-want-to-build-a-snowman-from-frozen.pdf
For the easier version, click do-you-want-to-build-a-snowman-easier-version-frozen.pdf
This is my 2nd cover from Frozen, the first being Let It Go – Elsa’s song.
Let It Go” is a song from Disney’s 2013 animated feature film, Frozen, with music and lyrics composed by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez. The song was performed in the film by American actress and singer Idina Menzel in her role as Queen Elsa. The song appears after an ostracized Elsa abandons her kingdom soon after her cryokinetic powers are discovered by the public. Realizing that she no longer needs to hide her incredibly powerful icy abilities anymore, Elsa declares herself free from the obstacles that she’s been faced with since childhood and rejoices in using her powers without fear. (Extract from Wikipedia)
To view the Advanced Version, click
To view the Advanced Version Tutorial, click
I’ve had many requests from parents, for sheets and a tutorial for Beginners – young children who can’t play hands together well yet. If you know any kid who loves Let it Go, but can’t play the “usual version” yet, do show him/her this tutorial ok?
To view and download the music sheets for the Advanced version, click let-it-go-idina-menzel.pdf
For the Tab version, click let-it-go-idina-menzel-tablet-version.pdf
For the Easier version, click let_it_go_-_idina_menzel-easier-version.pdf
For the Beginner version, click let-it-go-frozen-beginner-version.pdf