The soundtrack to the Walt Disney animated feature Mulan II mixes vocal recordings done specifically for the movie, a version of one of those songs by a rock group, and selections from the film's instrumental score.
The vocal songs are children's musical-oriented fare mixing sentimental romance and adventure, one of which "Lesson Number One" is sung by Broadway performer Lea Salongaanother "Here Beside Me" by New Zealand singer Hayley Westenra. In this company, the version of " I Wanna Be Like Other Girls" by Atomic Kitten -- given an anthemic guitar-heavy alternative rock treatment, though the other version on the CD is much more in the soppy Disney children's musical style -- sounds downright ferocious, and a little out of place.
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Jeanine Tesori. Main Title. Joel McNeely. Like Other Girls. A Girl Worth Fighting For. Here Beside Me. Hayley Westenra. Atomic Kitten. The Journey Begins. In Love and in Trouble. The Attack.
Shang Lives! Lesson Number One Jeanine Tesori. Mulan II, film score. Main Title Joel McNeely.They spout annoying, misleading drivel that has no basis in reality whatsoever. FLAC is an audio encoding format.
This is inarguably a good thing. Lossless is the word of the year or last 3 among audiophiles, but the implications of lossless have been twisted and manipulated in ways that are just not factually supported. Yes, FLAC is awesome. First, it does everything WAV does lossless audiobut in a much smaller package WAV is extremely inefficient in its use of space.
Otherwise, same juice, different label. This gets us to why FLAC is awesome. Many audiophiles — rightly — love FLAC for this reason. That MP3 then gets sent to a friend of yours, who burns it on a CD. More data lost probably a fair bit, too. Your friend loses the digital original, and re-rips the MP3 from the CD to give it to a friend — by now, there is a very noticeable loss in audio quality in the file.
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Errors and irregularities have started popping up, and in the strictly archival sense, the song is now basically worthless as a record of the original. The reason most audiophiles like FLAC has very little to do with the actual quality of the audio. Not only is it objectively unsupported, it makes you look like kind of an asshole. How many musicians and audio engineers do you see boasting about the sonic superiority of FLAC audio?
Basically none. All of the stuff that matters — the studio, the ungodly-expensive recording equipment, microphones, amplifiers, the engineer on the soundboard, the technique of the recording artist, the headphones the engineer wears when he does the mix — these are immeasurably more important to sound quality than a file format.
The file format only matters in one situation: when it audibly distorts or degrades the recording. General consensus seems to be that this happens at or around Kbps when using MP3, but this greatly depends on your ears.
Anything above that generally will not provide noticeable improvement for most people using most sound equipment. There are a sizable percentage of persons who may benefit from Kbps given their listening equipment or hearing, and an infinitesimal group that might hear a difference at Kbps or Kbps though I tend to seriously doubt those people, that or they have extraordinary hearing.
Even if there are people out there who could hear the difference — legitimately — between FLAC and Kbps, common sense should tell you that you are almost definitely not one of those people. But when it comes to what you hear? And at that point, even if the end product is better, you reach a level of diminishing returns that make such investments unwise for most people unless you have the money to burn.
Still, equipment is bar-none the best way to improve the quality of your sound. Equipment is like the engine and ignition components of your car — audio format is like the brand of gasoline you use.
If you want your music to sound better, there are a few investments worth making.Friday, May 8, 9 Comments. CD1 Overture Preparations Honour To Us All The Matchmaker Reflection Blossoms One Chance Shoulders Back A Girl Worth Fighting For Burnt Village CD2 Save The Cannons Imperial Palace A Lucky Bug Honouring Mulan Coming Home Reflection Pop Version The Matchmaker Alternate One Chance Alternate Ping Alternate Avalanche Alternate Alternate A Lucky Bug Alternate Victory Parade Source Your email address will not be published.
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Burnt Village CD2 Long before Disney purchased the rights to Marvel, Star Warsand your childhood coming soonthey were simply known as an animation studio. Actually, they were the premiere animation studio.
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To young and old alike, the Disney name was synonymous with magic. No other animation studio, not even the mighty Pixar, has ever come close to matching the impossible brilliance of a Disney song.
Not to discredit the tremendous effort it takes to craft that one Disney song that seems to echo through time, but it pales in comparison to the effort it takes to craft a collection of songs that not only sticks to your soul but so perfectly completes the narrative of the film itself. There are very few Disney soundtracks that completely miss the mark, but there is a select group of soundtracks which stand tall above the rest.
The thing to keep in mind, though, is that Sleeping Beauty was part of a different era of Disney music design. This was the age of classic Hollywood musicals that usually utilized songs as a storytelling device rather than as hit singles. Aside from that obvious masterpiece, there are a few heavy hitters on this list that really round out the soundtrack nicely.
Good stuff all around.
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Some hold it in a pretty high regard, but many felt that it lacked the scope of other Disney classics, as well as some of the timeless qualities which separate the House of Ideas' films from the pack. It was built on a very trendy script that seemed to be appealing to a very specific demographic. All that said, the soundtrack is simply amazing. Carter Burwell and Don Davis stepped outside of the Disney comfort zone when putting this one together, as it's comprised mostly of pop-style hits, but the gamble pays off.
Well, for the most part. All of these qualities are on full display during the hauntingly memorable "Pink Elephants on Parade" which is considered to be one of the most strangely terrifying musical moments in Disney history. Other tracks like "Look Out For Mister Stork" retain this wonderfully retro quality that has stood the test of time because they feature no irony and a lot of love. The Aristocats has long suffered from the misfortune of debuting between two Disney golden ages.
Instead, much of the music featured in this film features a little nostalgia and a lot of progressive sounds. Despite the fact that One Hundred and One Dalmations features a songwriter as one of the lead characters, there are only three real songs in the entirety of the film. Yes, just three. But you know what? This is certainly one of those cases of quality over quantity as the music that is used throughout this movie is implemented in ways that greatly contribute to what's occurring onscreen.
That bold declaration becomes all the more impressive when you remind yourself that it was also the first real Disney animated feature film and the one that created the blueprint for the movies of that design that would follow. Basically, producer Jeffrey Katzenberg got the idea to accompany composer J.
The reason this particular example of that style works as well as it does is because the theme in question is New York City.
This all-star approach lends the Oliver and Company soundtrack a unique personality in terms of Disney films. Most of the tracks featured in Hunchback carry an epic, gothic, sweeping orchestral quality which would not be out of place in the best of broadway productions.
Tracks like "Hellfire" have the incredible ability to be both thematically complex and somehow impossible catchy. Meanwhile, songs such as "Topsy Turvy" manage to admirably fulfill the grand joyous song requirement that all animated Disney features much check off. First off, let it be known that in a rundown of the very best individual Disney songs ever committed to film, "When You Wish Upon a Star" would be a top-two candidate. Fun fact: the initial draft of this list had Hercules somewhere outside of the top 15 when selections were made based on memory alone.
Why is that? The movie itself is far from Disney phoning it in, but you can definitely see their formula take hold as the film progresses.
The soundtrack, however, is everything you could ever want from a Disney movie.Muchas gracias Satorori. Feliz Navidad desde Lima. Antes de pedir o sugerir, hay que ser agradecido. Gracias por los aportes. Son demasiadas por cada autor.
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A limited edition promotional album featuring Jerry Goldsmith 's complete score was also released and became a collector's item. It was brought back for the stage musical Mulan Jr. This song was originally placed in the section where Mulan questions her identity, and decides to write her own destiny rather than succumbing to societal gender roles. It was eventually replaced by Reflection.
Despite originally being a 4-minute power ballad, in the stage musical Mulan Jr. It is sung by the ancestors in the intro as they explain the family structure of China much like Tradition in Fiddler on the Roof. A later reprise by Mulan demonstrates that she wants her life to be written in stone From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Disney's Mulan. Mulan Mulan II Mulan Mulan Jr. Hidden categories: Articles with short description Articles with hAudio microformats. Namespaces Article Talk.
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