I meant to do this article is quite a long time but I just couldn't agree with myself. Some parts of this liste are probably going to change after a time. I tried not to be influenced par what the voice actrices did outside of those DP films but I couldn't really do that, still here is my list. 11.Snow White - Adriana Caselotti
I feel guilty for putting poor sweet Snow in the end of my liste but... We all know that they choose Adriana Caselotti to voice Snow White because of her sweet, innocent and childish voice. Disney also didn't want Adriana to be in any other movie because her voice was unique and they felt that it should belong only to Snow White. Yes, her voice is unique and she does hit some pretty high notes but she doesn't seem to me as vocally trained as the others. I wasn't sure I wanted to put her in the end of my liste because she sure is talented but I feel like I like the other voices more.
I saw a video of her chant before she died and she sounds really amazing there.
10.Rapunzel- Mandy Moore
The sweet, unique and adorable but pitchy, a bit weird and not so trained voice.
Awww, I really wish it could be higher but... Her voice is quite pop-ish and not really classical at all and sometimes is sounds even plus fragile than Anna's.
9.Anna - Kristen cloche, bell
The sweet but pop-ish and fragile voice.
Kristen has one of the warmest and sweetest voices ever and it does montrer quite a lot of emotion but it's not really that special and not really that trained, even though I know she's been in Broadway. I used to think Rapunzel's voice is better and that Anna's voice is a rip-off of Rapunzel's voice but now I think I like her voice a bit more.
It's a bit too thin and childlike and I'm just not a fan of those kind of voices.
7 and 8. Aurora - Mary Costa, Cinderella- Illene Woods
The sweet and warm but too thin and childlike voice.
Yeah, most of toi are probably shocked to see Aurora so low. Her voice is feminine and sassy but I just don't find it that special. I can't decide if I like her ou Illene's voice plus so they are tied for me right now.
Illene has a great voice and it really fits Cinderella. It's warm, classic and dreamy but sometimes may sound plain because she doesn't really hit many different notes and I've her voices that are like hers so I don't find her that special.
The warm, dreamy and classic but simple voice; The feminine, dreamy and sassy but not that special voice.
Her voice really is really amazing. It's sweet and quite special. It definitely has lots of emotion. I listened to Paige sing other songs and she was really awesome and really seemed to have talent. It makes me wonder what happened to her voice when she got older. How did her voice age so much? She probably didn't take time to practice chant which is such a shame for a talented singer like she is, but it could probably be that her voice really aged itself. Sometimes I prefer Susan Egan as Belle, even thought whenever I hear her I think of Megara.
5.Ariel- Jodi Benson
The sweet and quite special voice but a bit too mature and, apparently fast aging voice.
Will her voice ever age?I used to l’amour her voice and I still do but I find some other voices to be better. Jodi's voice is so clear and innocent and has lots of emotion. I loved her voice as Asenath in Joseph:King of Dreams but I didn't really enjoy her as Thumbelina. I have mixed feelings for her voice. Sometimes I find it to be the most sweet and angelic voice and sometimes I find it just too fragile and that her vocal range is not that wide. To be honest sometimes I like Sierra Boggess plus but she doesn't have the sweetness than Jodi has.
The clear, innocent and unagable but a bit too fragile and childlike voice.
My haut, retour au début 4 are the most amazing Broadway Divas: 3 and 4. Tiana- Anika Noni Rose, Pocahontas- Judy Kuhn
Both of them have strong and inspiring voices and I couldn't choose between them. I don't have must to say about them. Their voices give me chills.
I'm just going to say that I was surprised that Judy Kuhn played Cosette from Les Miserables since Cosette is supposed to be a soprano and Pocahontas is clearly not a soprano but she handled it quite good.
1 and 2. Elsa- Idina Menzel, Jasmine/Mulan- Les Salonga.
The strong and powerful voices.
These two ladies have the most gorgeous voices ever. Idina Menzel
is a strong belter with a surprisingly wide vocal range and Let It Go didn't even do her talent justice. It's a shame many think she is a bad singer because of what happened at the Oscars that night.
I could go on forever écriture about her but let's just say everyword she says carries so much emotion and it's so special. The way she connect her voice with a character is extraordinary. She can make her voice sounds really different when she wants. Circe sounded nothing like Elsa (Yes, I'm a proud fanzel). Lea Salonga
has an amazingly wide vocal range. Her lower notes are warm and strong and her high notes are angelic and delicate. I feel like she is quite underrated here. I used to think her voice was kinda pop-ish too but not anymore. It's just amazingly special. Her voice gives me chills.
It's a shame that both of these amazingly talented ladies didn't have the chance to really montrer their talent in those movie. Let it go doesn't really suit Idina, and that unfortunately made many think she was auto-tuned there. She clearly wasn't.
As about Lea, well she sounds much better than she did in "Reflection" and "A Whole New World".
The clear, warm, and angelic voice; The strong, passionate and emotional voice
There were many a few that sounded better than Idina and Lea in the films but I had to choose them because I know that they can do much much better and I couldn't put them lower.