How far can you go for an Oscar nomination?
|Nominee Oscar||Best Animated Feature Film of the Year Ron Clements John Musker Osnat Shurer|
|Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures (Original Song) Lin-Manuel Miranda Song: “How Far I’ll Go“|
What instruments are in Moana how far I’ll go?
How Far I’ll Go (from Moana) (arr. Ed Lojeski)
|Instrumentation||Number of Parts||Pages Per Part|
Who beat Moana at the Oscars?
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How far do piano notes go?
How Far I’ll Go – Moana
- Piano notes for ‘How Far I’ll Go‘ from Disney’s ‘Moana’
- Verse 1:
- I’ve been staring at the edge of the water. E B E B E B E E C# F# C#
- Long as I can remember. F# C# F# E F# G# G#
- G# G# G# F# E D# C#
- I wish I could be the perfect daughter. E B E E E E E C# F# C#
- F# F# F# F# F# E G# G#
- No matter how hard I try.
How old is Moana in the movie?
At 16 years old, Moana of Motunui has a slender yet muscular build that sets her apart from previous Disney princesses and heroines.
Who sings how far I’ll go at the end of Moana?
Auli’i Cravalho, the voice of Disney’s Moana, is a Hollywood star on the rise. The 16-year-old gave a spectacular performance of the film’s hit song, “How Far I’ll Go,” written by Lin-Manuel Miranda, despite being hit in head with a flag midway through the song.
Is Lin-Manuel Miranda singing in Moana?
Lin–Manuel Miranda and Jordan Fisher sing a duet on “You’re Welcome”, which plays over the end credits. The song as performed by Dwayne Johnson appears in the film.
Who sang you’re welcome at the end of Moana?
Jordan Fisher – You’re Welcome (From “Moana”/Official Video) ft. Lin-Manuel Miranda – YouTube.
How Far Will credits go?
“How Far I’ll Go” appears twice in Moana — Cara’s version will serve as the end credits song, while star Auli’I Cravalho performs the track during the film. Previously, Dwayne Johnson shared a sneak peek at his performance of another song penned by Miranda titled “You’re Welcome.”