Mulan Soundtrack

Songs from the movie Mulan Soundtrack

Honor to Us All — Beth Fowler, Lea Salonga and Marni Nixon
Reflection — Lea Salonga
I’ll Make a Man Out of You — Donny Osmond and Chorus
A Girl Worth Fighting For — Harvey Fierstein, James Hong, Jerry Tondo, Lea Salonga and Matthew Wilder
True to Your Heart (Single) — 98° and Stevie Wonder
Suite from Mulan – Jerry Goldsmith
Attack at the Wall – Jerry Goldsmith
Mulan’s Decision – Jerry Goldsmith
Blossoms – Jerry Goldsmith
The Huns Attack – Jerry Goldsmith
The Burned-Out Village – Jerry Goldsmith
Reflection (Pop Version) — Christina Aguilera
Mulan’s Decision (Synthesizer Version Score)

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Inspired by a familiar Chinese folk tale, this $90 million animated Disney drama follows the adventures of a young woman in ancient China. Character animator Tony Bancroft and 17-year Disney veteran Barry Cook (Captain EO, Tron, Trail Mix-Up) formed the directing team with production design by Hans Bacher (Balto), and work on the film began 2 January 1995 under the working title The Legend of Mulan. While the merciless Shan-Yu (Miguel Ferrer) leads invading Huns over the Great Wall, young Mulan (Ming-Na Wen, with singing by Lea Salonga) sees a matchmaker about her matrimonial future. Mulan’s views on accepted marriage traditions prompt the ballad, Reflection, as she hopes for a recognition of her true self. To repel the Huns, a man from each family is required to join the Imperial Army. When Mulan’s elderly father Fa Zhou (Soon-Tek Oh) volunteers, she objects. He warns, I know my place. It is time you learned yours. Mulan, however, cuts her hair, dresses as a man, and is ready for military camp, prompting the concern of her First Ancestor (George Takei), who converts an inanimate incense burner into the 18-inch high comedic dragon Mushu (Eddie Murphy). With Mushu hidden in her clothing, she joins a group of raw recruits under the command of Captain Shang (B.D. Wong, singing by Donny Osmond). During an ambush by the Huns in a mountain pass, Mulan steps in to turn defeat into a victory. Mulan was the first Disney feature from the company’s 200,000-square-foot Orlando facility (now known as Walt Disney Feature Animation Florida). ~ Bhob Stewart, Rovi
Cast: Ming-Na Wen as Fa Mulan (singing voice provided by Lea Salonga), Eddie Murphy as Mushu, BD Wong as Captain Li Shang (singing voice provided by Donny Osmond), Miguel Ferrer as Shan Yu, Harvey Fierstein as Yao

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