"We Know Better" cut from Disney’s FROZEN
A demo of a song for young Anna and Elsa that was cut from the film early on.
"Life’s too Short" (Reprise) cut from Disney’s FROZEN
"Life’s Too Short" was a duet for Anna and Elsa that was cut from the film. This demo is a beautiful reprise of that song.
"Life’s Too Short" cut from Disney’s FROZEN
A deleted duet for Anna and Elsa.
"More Than Just the Spare" cut from Disney’s FROZEN
This song was intended to be for Anna.
"Made of Stone" from The Hunchback of Notre Dame (musical)
A rare English live recording of this hit song from the upcoming stage musical adaptation of Hunchback of Notre Dame. Sung by Josh Strickland at the 2013 D23 concert, ‘Broadway and Beyond.’
"Le Jazz Hot" cut from The Aristocats
This new recording sung by Ty Taylor is featured on the recent Lost Chords: The Aristocats album.
"I Lost My Heart at the Ball" cut from Disney’s Cinderella
This new recording is featured on the recent Lost Chords: Cinderella album. It is sung by Jennifer Paz.
Stephanie J. Block sings a medley of “The Bare Necessities”, “Colors of the Wind”, “A Whole New World”, “Part of Your World”, and “A Dream is A Wish Your Heart Makes”.
"The 13 Days of Christmas" from Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion Holiday
Disneyland is a great place to be around the holidays, and the employees especially go all out at The Haunted Mansion. Starting around Halloween and lasting through Christmas, the entire ride is completely changed to feature characters and music from Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas. This is an original song from the ride written by John Debney (who has done many other projects with Disney as well).
"Stories" from Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas
The Enchanted Christmas was a unique project for Disney because it wasn’t truly a prequel or a sequel- more of a ‘midquel’ that takes place within the original Beauty and the Beast film during Christmas-time. Many members of the original cast reprised their roles for the movie- including Paige O’Hara as Belle. Alan Menken did not return to compose the music for The Enchanted Christmas, but composer Rachel Portman and lyricist Don Black did an excellent job in his place (as evidenced by this song sung by Belle in the film).