Hi! This is my list, least to greatest on my favorite Disney Princesses voices.
I don't see any unique characteristic about her voice. It's a very modern day young adult voice you'd hear at the store or something. Disney Princess voices need to be strong and out there, while her's doesn't match up to that very well. No, she doesn't have a bad singing voice, it's just something I could only listen to once or I'd be annoyed (which is why I haven't seen this film or listened to any of it's music in a veeeery long time because I just don't like it.)
11; Snow White
My opinions on her and her movie are so very low already, she's most likely going to be down here on my list, too.
The truth is, her voice is too much soprano for me. Yes, I myself am a first soprano in my choir, but singing high notes all the way through the song gets really annoying. Even if she does have some low notes, her voice is very annoying and gets on my nerves a lot. It sounds fake, and it seems like the pitch was turned up. I know that they alter the voices a bit of the actors to fit the princess and make it seem more animated, but if they did that to her voice, then they did a bad job.
Even though Mulan will be a bit higher than her, I just don't like her speaking voice. I adore her singing voice, it's beautiful, but her talking voice gets to me. She sounds too, sexy? Her voice is very lustful and sounds too old for her. I really would of liked it if an actual Indian actor voiced her. It was nice to see Lea voice an Asian princess, herself being Asian, and Anika, an African American woman voice Tiana.
I feel like they just left out a lot of qualities in Jasmine's voice put together. I love Lea, but I seriously would of re-considered someone else to voice Jasmine.
It's so sad to see her this low, but I favor a lot of other voices over hers. Her voice is very soft, smooth, and angelic. The only problem I have with her voice is that it's not very strong. Her songs don't rely much on belting or singing loudly, it's mostly just a couple high notes or notes in the middle range. It would of been nice to hear her singing louder or more powerfully in her reprise, since most reprises do progress on from the original. Other than that, I think it's completely fine.
Okay, okay. Anna, you've got such a cute and bubbly tone, but after awhile I think a lot of people get tired of hearing it.
Besides the fact that the Frozen OST was being played everywhere you went, throughout the movie her voice started getting on my nerves, especially when she kept calling after her sister. I feel the same thing with her and Jasmine, except Anna's voice seems too young for her. I've been going along with Elsa being 21 and Anna being 18, and Anna's voice seems like it'd fit a 14 year old better than a 18 year old. Yes, it's very lovely, but I think without the audio editing I would've found it more enjoyable.
To put it simply, I'm tired of Idina's voice because of this movie. Its just brought down my love for her. My school would constantly play "Let It Go," on the loud speaker every morning until the end of the year came, and it was bothersome. Elsa may have one of the most powerful Disney voices, but lord does it get tiring to hear it all the time. But I will say whenever I hear it I still do get chills. After listening to a bunch or Idina's live performances though, I've gained back some more love for her voice, which is probably why she was put one spot up higher than Anna.
Mulan has a perfect voice. All of it's traits just fit into their right pieces. I think the reason why she didn't score much higher was because, one, I like a lot of other voices over her's, and two, it's again, like Rapunzel, not as powerful as the other's. Yes, it gives me chills, but it's not very chill-giving to others. I feel as if maybe she had a wider range, it would of made a bigger impact. Other than that I think it's beautiful.
What can I say? Beautiful and powerful all while calm and elegant. I prefer her voice much over Elsa's. She has a lullaby voice while at the same time could be a big hit on Broadway. If I had to choose a princess to help me win a singing competition, she'd be on my list for the top three.
Blub blub, Jodi has a voice of an angel. Everytime I hear it it makes me smile a bit and I can't skip over it. Her voice matched Ariel's character perfectly. Bubbly but mature. I don't think anyone else could step up Jodi on Ariel, because she's just that good. You can tell how much power she has while not straining or damaging her vocal chords. Okay, sorry, trailing off on Jodi and not Ariel. Honestly, her voice is perfect in every way and even moe perfect for a Disney Princess.
This little Native American princess was blessed with such a moving and strong voice. I find it impressive that she can run and still sing so good. Anyways, listening to her sing makes me feel so alive and connected with nature. She brings a whole new meaning to mother nature and our earth. Her voice also brings freedom and courage to my heart and mind which gives me a lot of energy and strength. To finish off this little paragraph, can you paint with all the colors of the wind?
Such a dreamy voice. I think her voice is very uplifting and gentle, with a soothing touch to it. If I could have her voice I'd take it in a heartbeat.
My favorite of them all, it's pretty, soothing, and will make you fall in love with it. She's my number one because I think she tops all the other's, no doubts. Sorry, but heh, it's amazing.
(Sorry my last two are so short, I had to rush them because I needed to get off my laptop to go do stuff. But I hope you enjoyed!)