The soundtrack for Mulan is a good one, with good songs and an outstanding score. The songs written by Matthew Wilder and David Zippel are good and fun to listen to in parts. The pop song "True To Your Heart" by 98 Degrees and Stevie Wonder is a good song, as well as the Christina Aguilera version of "Reflection". As for the score, composed by veteran Jerry Goldsmith, it is the true voice of the film. About 30 minutes of score is featured and every bit of it is simply outstanding. It is based on a seven note fanfare for brass, which represents the Mulan character. "Suite from Mulan" contains all of the themes arranged into one 7 minute suite. A large orchestra is featured in "Mulan's Decision" and "The Huns Attack", along with Goldsmith's electronics that he uses in just about every score that he does, which give the music a nice touch. The Reflection theme is similar to Air Force One and Star Trek: First Contact themes, which Goldsmith also composed. Bits and pieces of Chinese music are thrown in some of the cues, representing the setting of the film, which is in (take a wild guess). Overall, a great soundtrack with a score that should have given Goldsmith an Oscar and songs that fit in nicely with it.