How To Sing Let It Go Like Queen Elsa Of Frozen

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It is understandable that you want to learn how to Sing Let It Go perfectly. But, the song is simply one of the toughest ones to voice perfectly on your own, there’s no doubting this.


I have created this easy but handy guide that explains the process and that walks you through the musical path that leads to singing Let It Go.

Ready for it? 

Let’s get started with…

Let It Go; An Overview Of The Vocal Range

Let’s Begin:

  •  The song’s vocal range moves from F3 to E♭5.
  • “Let It Go” is a power ballad in the key of A-flat major overall.
  • The song is in quadruple meter and has a fast tempo of around 137 beats per minute (allegro).
  • Idina Menzel (Elsa) from Frozen is a strong mezzo soprano.


Enlightening you about the vocal range of the song helps for a background understanding of it. It prepares you for the numerous high notes that you will have to hit after the step-by-step process below.

Let’s Get Started:

The Step By Step Guide To Singing Let It Go

Here we go:

  • Build Up Your Falsetto

The song has different high pitches, which you will have to meet up with. You will have to tune your vocal range but that will require constant training of your voice.

Careful though:

Make sure you don’t go too hard on your voice. Don’t be in a hurry to attain that smooth transition from Falsetto to your normal voice and back to falsetto within a short range of time.

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You can get a vocal coach to assist with your falsetto training. That would be a very good jump start in learning to sing Let It Go Perfectly.

  • Meaningful Research

Let It Go wasn’t sung by an inexperienced singer; Irina Menzel has been actively singing since 1998. Greatness mostly takes time.


With adequate research on Irina’s voice and constant vocal training, you will make a progressive journey into singing your favourite song perfectly.

  • Start With Sounds

This song can be really trickish when trying to imitate and hit all the notes. So you will start with singing to the song with only tunes.

In Practice:

  • Pick sounds like ‘ooh’, ‘eh’ or ‘Woah.
  • It will make it a lot easier to hit all the notes.
  • It will get your subconscious accustomed to the notes to hit, how high and how low.

To top it off:

It’s not compulsory to use the sounds I mentioned above, you can use whatever sound you feel comfortable with. Just make sure it’s a sound that will go well with your imitation.

  • Hold Your Vowels

This is a process where you hold the last vowel in a word and drag it out.

You know:

When you start singing, you’ll notice some high notes in the song that you wouldn’t be able to easily attain.

Here’s a hack for beginning singers;

  • Keep your vowels open for as long as possible.
  • Pay attention to the last word in each word.
  • It is a lot easier to hop on any pitch with a vowel sound.

Try this now with “Let It Go”, emphasis on the ‘O’ at the end of it, and keep it open till the end. Get familiar with your vowels and use them well.

  • Only Use Your Support Muscles

Using your abdominal muscles to produce melodic sound.

Hear this:

It has been proven by many experienced singers that using your support muscles would help to bring out a different sound that will be able to hit different notes. 

  • Tongue Placement 

This is about the way you place your tongue while producing sounds. It might sound really irrelevant but it is very essential in hitting high and low pitches.

Let’s get to it: 

  • Make sure the back of your tongue is slightly lifted up when hitting a high pitch. 
  • Ensure the tongue is low when hitting a low pitch

Without your tongue, you can’t make a sound or even sing your favourite song. The right tongue placement would go a long way in helping you hit different notes. 

  • Record And Review

After all these voice training tips to sing Let It Go perfectly, it’s only right that you record your progress. 

In Practice:

  • Get a Let It Go Instrumental.
  • Get recording equipment (don’t need to break the bank for this).
  • Now SING.

This is very necessary to know where you have gotten. This is like a journey to a destination, you have to be aware after some time if you are making considerable progress and if you’re still on track.

In Conclusion

Think of your voice as a muscle. You know, if you don’t work it out, it won’t get stronger and smoother. 


Ensure you don’t push your voice the extra mile just to get perfection. Perfection takes a lot of practice. You will get there! Might just take a little bit of time but it will be worth it.