14. August 2020 Johannes Wolters

Joseph Trapanese – Myth: A Frozen Tale | Behind the Original Score

Experience the world of Disney’s Frozen as never before with Walt Disney Animation Studios’ animated short film, Myth: A Frozen Tale. Just as you settle in and enjoy a bedtime story with an Arendellian family, the home suddenly shifts around you, as you are transported into an enchanted forest. Things are not as they first appear, as the elemental spirits of air, fire, water and earth make their presence known.

The combination of traditional hand-drawn & CG animation are choreographed to an original score resulting in a visual poem where the audience is front and center.

Narrated by Evan Rachel Wood
Music by by Joseph Trapanese
Runtime: 8min 10 sec

Music video by Joseph Trapanese performing Myth: A Frozen Tale (Behind the Original Score). © 2020 Walt Disney Records

Take a behind-the-scenes look at the music of „“Myth: A Frozen Tale,““ the virtual reality short from Walt Disney Animation Studios. See how the original score, production design, and VR technology harmoniously tell a bedtime story inspired by the elemental spirits of Frozen 2.

Myth: A Frozen Tale is available now only on Oculus Quest: http://di.sn/6003GHf4B

Jeff Gipson – Director

Nicholas Russell – Producer

Joseph Trapanese – Score Composer

Listen to the sounds of the elemental spirits in this exclusive clip from „“Myth: A Frozen Tale,” the virtual reality short film from Walt Disney Animation Studios inspired by the world of Frozen 2.

This exclusive clip includes portions of the following tracks: Spirit II – Fire and Spirit III – Nokk.

Step into the world of Frozen 2 with Walt Disney Animation Studios’ newest virtual reality short, “Myth: A Frozen Tale,”

available now only on Oculus Quest: http://di.sn/6003GHf4B.

https://www.oculus.com/experiences/quest/2942600475808591/?locale=de_DE

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