As we all know, the Disney Princesses are all blessed with amazing voices. But of these voices, who do I like best? I thought I'd share with Du the answer!
Er, she doesn't sing. Right.
Her voice has its lovely patches, but something about how it titters on the high notes annoys me. Her voice also isn't very distinguishable, which lands it at 12.
Ah, I Liebe Cindy's voice! It's so relaxing, and, and, *snore*. Whoa, sorry! Anyway, Aschenputtel has a dreamy and romantic voice, but there's just not much opportunity for her to Zeigen it off in the course of the film. So dreamy, yet so unremarkable.
Her voice has one very big problem, it sounds like Rapunzel's. The worst part in that is that jasmin is nothing like Rapunzel! Jasmine's voice should be deeper and stronger. It should be sultry and powerful, just like Jasmine! No matter how beautiful Lea Salonga's pipes are, the fact is that they don't suit the character she's portraying.
Her voice Suits her impeccably, and she nails her high notes with the delicate quiver I so love, but why is she down so low? And that's because once again, her voice isn't very unique. Fitting, but sort of run of the mill.
Kirsten Bell, Du shine yet again! Glina's, I mean Bell's, voice shines with the playfulness of Anna. She also hits high notes flawlessly and often. The only reason I have for putting her at 8 is that the other voices are Mehr unique.
It physically hurts me to put Aurora this low. It really does. Mary Costa's voice has dignity, force, grace, beauty, basically, it's perfect! Some may say it doesn't sound like a 16 Jahr old, but they're not taking into fact that this 16 Jahr old was blessed with the gift of song. So it only makes sense that her voice sounds like it does.
6. Snow White
WHAT? SNOW WHITE ISN'T LAST PLACE? Yeah yeah, I actually like Snow White's voice. I Liebe sopranos, so much that I've continually prayed to every god I know of for the soprano range. Snow White's voice Suits her, and it's adorable and clear and wipes out those high notes like nobody's buisness.
Not only is Tiana's voice fitting, but it's smooth and jazzy and sultry and above all, powerful. Last note of Almost There, anybody? Power!
Yes, yes, I did rate Mulan way higher than jasmin even though they have the same Singen voice. Sue me. This rating is not because of my bias towards Mulan, it is because of Salonga's performance as Mulan. Jasmine's voice didn't suit her, but Mulan's brings us to our knees with the flawlessness and emotion. Lea Salonga is truly amazing (check out her performances as Eponine and Fantine in Les Miserables!).
If only her speaking voice sounds as mature and regal as her Singen voice does (even though they're both Jodi Benson). Ariel's voice is captivating, powerful, and unique. The audience is entranced Von Ariel's voice alone, without the help of Ursula.
Ah, the most unique of them all. Elsa's voice is like some unpolished diamond. Rough around the edges, but beautiful underneath. Idina Menzel (Wicked anybody?) worked wonders as Elphaba, commanding the sheer power and raw emotion that only she could.
Judy Kuhn (Les Miserables' Cosette) poured forth an immense tide of emotion as Pocahontas. Like her personality, Poca's voice is mature and emotional, sending shivers down an audience's spine to this day. Poca's voice has range, and above all, unprecedented beauty.