Frozen (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is the soundtrack to Frozen. There are three releases of the soundtrack, the first one including all the songs and most of score featured in the film, and a deluxe edition, which includes everything from the first soundtrack, plus demos tracks, instrumentals, and the additional score one a second disk. The final release, known as the ultimate edition, features all of this, plus a third disk with instrumentals to the songs.

A list of the songs in the first edition of the soundtrack are listed below.

Track listing

1. "Frozen Heart"   Cast of Frozen
2. "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?"   Kristen Bell, Agatha Lee Monn, and Katie Lopez
3. "For the First Time in Forever"   Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel
4. "Love Is an Open Door"   Kristen Bell and Santino Fontana
5. "Let It Go"   Idina Menzel
6. "Reindeer(s) Are Better Than People"   Jonathan Groff
7. "In Summer"   Josh Gad
8. "For the First Time in Forever (Reprise)"   Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel

"Fixer Upper"

Cast of Frozen (featuring Maia Wilson)
10. "Let It Go Demi Lovato
11. "Vuelie" Christophe Beck, Frode Fjellheim (featuring Cantus)
12. "Elsa and Anna"   Christophe Beck, Christine Hals
13. "The Trolls"   Christophe Beck, Christine Hals
14. "Coronation Day"   Christophe Beck
15. "Heimr Àrnadalr"   Christophe Beck, Christine Hals
16. "Winter's Waltz"   Christophe Beck
17. "Sorcery"   Christophe Beck, Christine Hals
18. "Royal Pursuit"   Christophe Beck
19. "Onward and Upward"   Christophe Beck
20. "Wolves"   Christophe Beck
21. "The North Mountain"   Christophe Beck
22. "We Were So Close"   Christophe Beck
23. "Marshmallow Attack!"   Christophe Beck
24. "Conceal, Don't Feel"   Christophe Beck
25. "Only an Act of True Love"   Christophe Beck
26. "Summit Siege"   Christophe Beck, Christine Hals
27. "Return to Arendelle"   Christophe Beck
28. "Treason"   Christophe Beck
29. "Some People Are Worth Melting For"   Christophe Beck
30. "Whiteout"   Christophe Beck, Christine Hals
31. "The Great Thaw (Vuelie Reprise)" Christophe Beck, Frode Fjellheim (featuring Cantus)
32. "Epilogue"   Christophe Beck


  • The soundtrack was the second-bestselling album of 2014, selling 3.53 million copies that year, and 3.9 million copies since its initial release in late 2013.[1]


  1. Christman, Ed (January 9, 2015). Billboard. Billboard. Retrieved on February 4. 2015.
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