“Let it Go” By: Idina Menzel. Alcantara Jose Carlos Ms. Galloway English March 2014. Summary.
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Alcantara Jose Carlos
The song is about being true about herself and be proud about who she was. The conflict is the speaker can’t control her powers and just let her powers go. The conflict is external because she keeps letting her powers go. I can relate it to my grandfather who passed away because we need to let him go
The speakers tone is sad that became happy at the end of the song. The speaker is the 1st person because the speaker tells that she wants to be herself. The intended mood of the song is sad and happy. The song makes me feel happy because of the beautiful melody. It changes from beginning to end.
The instruments used create a sad and a happy mood such as drums, piano, violin, and flute. The beat is slow then it became fast beat. The melody of it is slow at first then it slowly turns to a fast melody. The song is in a sad tone mixed up with a happy tone afterwards.
The theme of the song are problems can be hard to overcome if you don’t believe in yourself. Be strong to fight your problem in life. The evidence of the theme are “Couldn’t keep it in, Heaven knows I tried” (5). “And the fears controlled me, can’t get to me at all” (19).
“My soul is spiraling fractals all around” (30-31).
Frozen. Walt Disney, 2013