Spread chords are common in orchestral film music, especially in the string sections.
Basically, a spread chord is a root-position chord, but with the third above the fifth:
Here are some examples in the official piano transcription of "All is Found" from Frozen 2. You can also find them in "Into the Unknown" and "Lost in the Woods," too. :-)
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