“Your Heart Is in Two Places” Vocals Only - My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic




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Published on Apr 22, 2018

“Your Heart Is in Two Places” (Vocals Only) from the episode “Surf and/or Turf” of "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic” (S08E06).

--Overall Comments--

Just six episodes in, and we’re already getting the chance to revisit Seaquestria and Mount Aris in the main show! What a pleasant surprise. As an aside, big props to the show’s artistic staff for adapting the locations to the Flash-animated series.

With these grand locations comes some pretty wonderful score from William Anderson throughout. After a few episodes of more subdued score, this episode is jam-packed with score right in the forefront. He doesn’t waste any time implementing some fantastic leitmotifs for Mount Aris, Seaquestria, and our new character Terramar. Each one sounds beautiful, and encapsulates the settings wonderfully.

In addition, we cannot overlook that this is also a Map episode, and of course features the map’s “Mission Complete” motif at the episode’s conclusion.

But wait, there’s still more! This episode is just jam-packed from end-to-end with music, and also includes our third song of the season from Daniel Ingram, “Your Heart Is in Two Places.” This is a lovely duet, or more like duel, song between Sweetie Belle and Scootaloo, both of which I’m excited to hear more solos from.

Way too much to talk about this week, so let’s dive right in! …Literally this time, I guess.

--Track Specific Comments--

After a few episodes lighter on the music-side, this episode comes out full-throttle with our third song of the season, “Your Heart Is in Two Places.” This one features a nice lyrical duel between Sweetie Belle and Scootaloo, both of whom I’m happy to hear solos from!

We being simply, with solos from each of the CMC. After the introduction, the song begins to pick up slowly, backed by some lovely mandolin, piano, and strings. We continue to pick up through Sweetie Belle’s solo, as she points out all of the pros to living on Mount Aris. More acoustic guitar is added with the mandolin here to lead to a more full sound.

Scootaloo then takes us under the seas to Seaquestria. The energy of the song really picks up here. The mandolin is is replaces with more prominent percussion and strings. The score becomes much more orchestral.

From there, we enter a back-and-froth between Sweetie and Scootaloo, with the instrumentations from both of their solos also switching between. This all builds up to the song’s finale, with a travel up the scale cumulating in a big, angry ending topped off by some brass finally being added to the instrumentation.

On a side note, Scootaloo features a new singing voice actor for this song, with Arielle Tiliao taking the place of Madeleine Peters

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----) Download all Songs/BGM from episode: http://www.mediafire.com/folder/92kvi...

Regular: https://youtu.be/5iav3zns7eg
Instrumental: https://youtu.be/RKUntN5sHp4

For a playlist with all of the Songs/BGM and songs from this episode in order: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...

Lyrics By: Brian Hohlfeld
Music By: Daniel Ingram
Orchestration By: Caleb Chan
Performed By:
Michelle Creber
Claire Corlett
Arielle Tuliao

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