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“Let It Go” Sequence From Disney’s ‘Frozen’ Featuring 25 Languages (Video)
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Disney character Elsa of "Frozen" shapes snow and ice

Frozen, Disney’s latest animated feature, is up for an Academy Award for Best Animated Film, but it also scored an Oscar nod for Best Original Song for “Let It Go.” The triumphant tune is sung by actress Idina Menzel (the Tony Award-winning actress who earned her stripes on Broadway as the Wicked Witch in Wicked), who also voices the character Elsa, while former Disney Channel star Demi Lovato provided a pop-oriented version for the film’s end credits.

Now, Walt Disney Studios has released a video of “Let It Go” with samples from 25 languages in the sequence from Frozen where the ice queen Elsa goes into self-imposed exile.

Watch the video here below.

It’s a great song, and as evidenced by this video, it’s beautiful in any language.

Frozen will be released on Blu-ray and DVD on March 18, 2014, while the film’s soundtrack is available now on CD, Deluxe Edition CD, and MP3 Download.

Video

[Source via Stitch Kingdom]

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