“Let It Go” as sung by Idina Menzel has proved one of the most popular songs of the 21st century. It has crossed lines of every type, generational and ethnicity. Her performance on this year’s Oscar Awards® was filled with such anticipation that even one of a John Travolta could not pronounce her name properly in olive time after what was said to be 15-20 rehearsals for the polished star.
John Travolta, also respectfully known as “Vito Dazeem” (source: Joe Deluva), introduced the hottest singer in the world, Idina Menzel. Captain Travolta was so excited that he pronounced Ms. Menzel’s name as “the Lovely, the Talented – Adele Dazeem.”
The song’s peak is a high D# as it is used enharmonically with the note Eb. How tricky is this? The song’s frequency is 292.27 Hertz – a mere one Hertz faster than the note Eb itself.
song=Let It Go
File Size=7.8 MB
Bit Rate=256 kbps
Sample Rate=44.100 kHz
intellectual property=Walt Disney Company®
Ian Andrew Schneider
June 17, 2014