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Frozen in order

When I listen to soundtracks, I listen to them with in chronological order, the way they were played in the movie, so that it’s as if I’m watching the movie all over again.

My latest project: Disney’s Frozen.
Get it in iTunes, Amazon, or the Disney Store.

The order of the songs and the scores in the first issue of the soundtrack is pretty easy. But mixing in the score demos and outtakes were a little bit trickier, but I think I got it down. (I hope!) Corrections are welcome!

1. Vuelie
2. Frozen Heart
3. Elsa and Anna
4. The Trolls
5. Do You Want to Build a Snowman?
6. Coronation Day
7. For the First Time in Forever
8. Heimr Arnadlr
9. Queen Elsa of Arendelle (Score Demo)
10. Coronation Band Suite (Source score)
11. Winter’s Waltz
12. Love is an Open Door
13. Sorcery
14. Royal Pursuit
15. Let It Go
16. It had to Be Snow (Score Demo)
17. Oaken’s Sauna (Score Demo)
18. Reindeer(s) are Better Than People
19. Onward and Upward
20. Wolves
21. Hands for Hans (Score Demo)
22. Meet Olaf (Score Demo)
23. In Summer
24. The North Mountain
25. Thin Air (Score Demo)
26. We Were So Close
27. For the First Time in Forever (Reprise)
28. Marshmallow Attack!
29. Cliff Diving (Score Demo)
30. Conceal, Don’t Feel
31. The Love Experts (Score Demo)
32. Fixer Upper
33. Only an Act of True Love
34. Summit Siege
35. Elsa Imprisoned (Score Demo)
36. Return to Arendelle
37. Treason
38. Some People Are Worth Melting For
39. Whiteout
40. The Great Thaw (Vuelie Reprise)
41. Epilogue
42. Let It Go (Demi Version)

And just because I love Kristoff so very much:

43. Reindeer(s) Remix (Outtake) – because Bobby and Kristen Lopez said so
44. You’re You (Outtake) – only, I imagine it’s Jonathan Groff as Kristoff singing it

Running time is 1 hour 29 minutes

Now Playing: You Picked Me – A Fine Frenzy

As previously mentioned, A Fine Frenzy has been my jam for a while.

This is one of those songs that I wish to sing to my future husband. Or, I want to sing this to my husband in the future. After I get married. Yes. That.
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What to do when you’re down with the flu

(aside from trying to sleep it off after taking meds)

1. Tweet
Because attempting to tweet something interesting about a seemingly uninteresting day can make that said day a tad bit more interesting.

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Repeat play: Hazy

So things have been going through my head lately…

And it’s all that I can hear, It’s more than I can bear

What if I fall and hurt myself?
Would You know how to fix me
What if I went and lost myself?
Would You know where to find me
If I forgot who I am,
Would You please remind me, oh
Cause without You things go hazy

Hazy by Rosi Golan feat William Fitzsimmons

Summer playlist : Come On, Come Out – A Fine Frenzy

Come On, Come Out
by A Fine Frenzy

Come on, come out
The weather is warm
Come on, come out
Said come on, come on

A spot in the shade
Where oranges fall
A spot in the shade
Away from it all

Watching the sky
Watching a painting coming to life
Shifting and shaping
Staying inside
It all goes it all goes by

A blanket unfolds
A blanket tonight
The pieces of gold
They light up your eyes
Now we’re alone
Now we’re alive

Watching the sky
Watching the painting come to life
Shifting and shaping
Staying inside
It all goes it all goes it all goes by

Stopping the time
Rushing, waiting
Leave it behind
Shifting and shaping
Keep it inside
It all goes it all goes it all goes by
It all goes passing by
It all goes passing by

Out of practice

The other day on my Twitter account:

This tweet was brought on by my attempting to play the guitar after almost a year of not touching it. I don’t know how I managed, but there it is.

My playing was…appalling.

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What I Love About (Real) Books

By “real books” I mean physical, honest-to-goodness books that you can actually touch.

Photo originally posted here.

Although I love the efficiency of Googling as opposed to flipping through a heavy volume just to check what I need, and of course the convenience of accessing content in smartphones—when it comes to sitting down and reading, eBooks don’t really do it for me, especially when what I want to read is of the classic literature variety. (Which is a lot of times.)

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