Encanto Backing Tracks

Encanto Backing Tracks

Disney Encanto Backing Tracks: Columbia Mi Encanto … Surface Pressure … Two Oruigutas … We Don’t Talk About Bruno … What Else Can I Do … 

Encanto is a 2021 American computer-animated musical fantasy comedy film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios  with original songs by Lin-Manuel Miranda.

The film  follows a family, the Madrigals, helmed by a matriarch whose children and grandchildren receive magical gifts from “the miracle” that helps them serve their community in rural Colombia—except for Mirabel Madrigal, who does not receive a magical gift. When Mirabel learns the family is in danger of losing their magic, she sets out to find out what is happening, to save her family and their magical house.

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Forced by an armed conflict to flee her home, a young Alma Madrigal loses her husband Pedro but saves her triplet infant children: Julieta, Pepa, and Bruno. By a “miracle,” her candle attains magical qualities, blasts away their pursuers, and creates a sentient house, the Casita, for them to live in, along with a magical hidden town bordered by tall surrounding mountains—an encanto. Fifty years later, the candle continues to burn and the town thrives under its protection. The candle’s magic grants superhuman abilities to each Madrigal child, which they use to serve the villagers. However, Bruno, vilified for his gift of precognition, disappeared ten years earlier. Meanwhile, Mirabel, Julieta’s youngest daughter, is treated differently for mysteriously not having received a gift.

Pepa’s youngest son, Antonio, is gifted with the ability to communicate with animals, and the family poses for a picture but neglects Mirabel. She suddenly sees the Casita cracking and the candle’s flame flickering, but her warnings go unheeded when the Casita appears undamaged to the others. She resolves to save the miracle’s magic. The next day, she talks to her super-strong older sister, Luisa, who suggests that Bruno’s room, in a forbidden tower in the Casita, may hold clues to the phenomenon. There, Mirabel discovers a cave and recovers pieces of a slab of opaque emerald glass, which forms an image of herself being the cause of the failing magic. After Mirabel narrowly escapes the cave, Luisa discovers that her gift is weakening.


Later that evening, Mirabel’s oldest sister Isabela, who can make flowers grow at will, is scheduled to become engaged to neighbor Mariano Guzman. Mirabel’s oldest cousin Dolores, who possesses superhuman hearing, blurts out that she overheard Mirabel talking with her father about Bruno’s vision. The Casita begins to crack again, causing everyone’s powers to go haywire, ruining the night and Mariano’s proposal when Pepa inadvertently conjures a downpour. As everyone flees the chaos, Mirabel follows a group of rats and discovers a secret passage behind a portrait. There she encounters Bruno, who reveals that his vision of Mirabel could have put her at odds with the family (and potentially the townsfolk who relied on the magic for their everyday lives)—so he broke the vision and went into hiding to protect her, concealing himself within the house’s walls so he could still be near them. At Mirabel’s urging, he reluctantly conjures another vision, which shows the Casita’s inevitable destruction and an image of Mirabel embracing a young woman, whom they identify as Isabela.

Mirabel apologizes to Isabela and accidentally provokes a cathartic confession: Isabela does not want to marry Mariano and is burdened by her image of perfection. Mirabel helps Isabela blossom into her true, imperfect self and they embrace, seemingly strengthening the candle and healing the cracks. However, Alma sees the two of them, with Isabela growing whatever she wants, and accuses Mirabel of causing the family’s misfortunes out of spite for not having a gift. Mirabel blames Alma for the immense pressure she imposes on the family. Their rising argument creates a fissure that demolishes the Casita—and despite her efforts to save it, the candle dies in Mirabel’s hands, leaving all the Madrigals powerless. While the family and several locals assess the damage, a guilt-ridden Mirabel abandons the town.

After a few days of fruitless search, Alma finds a tearful Mirabel back at the river where Pedro died. She explains how, in her determination to strengthen the magic, she ignored the toll it took on her family and finally takes responsibility for what happened. Finally beginning to understand her grandmother, Mirabel tells her that, despite her flaws, she is the one who brought the family together. As they reconcile, Bruno appears and confronts Alma, but unexpectedly cheers her up with his return. They reunite with the Madrigals, and the townspeople arrive to help them rebuild the Casita. When the house is finished, the Madrigals give Mirabel a gleaming doorknob with her (as well the family’s) initial on it. When she places it in the front door, the magic springs back to life, restoring the Casita and all the family’s gifts. The Madrigals pose for another family picture with Mirabel and Bruno included.

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Columbia Mi Encanto … Surface Pressure … Two Oruigutas … Waiting On A Miracle … We Don’t Talk About Bruno … What Else Can I Do …