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Les Misérables

The Complete Symphonic Recording
Schönberg, Claude-Michel (Music CD - 1999)
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Les Misérables
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Authors: Schönberg, Claude-Michel
Uniform Title: Misérables. English
Title: Les misérables
the complete symphonic recording
[sound recording]
Publisher: London : First Night Records, [1999], p1988
Characteristics: 3 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Notes: "Original 1988 recording now featuring enhanced CD with video images"--Container
Based on the novel by Victor Hugo
Compact discs
Program notes, synopsis, and libretto in container
Contents: Prologue
Valjean's soliloquy (What have I done?)
At the end of the day
I dreamed a dream
Lovely ladies
Fantine's arrest
The runaway cart
Who am I? ; The trail
Fantine's death
The confrontation
Castle on a cloud
Master of the house
The bargain ; The waltz of treachery
Look down
The robbery ; Javert's intervention (Another brawl)
Stars
Eponine's errand
The ABC Cafe ; Red and black
Do you hear the people sing?
Rue Plumet ; In my life
A heart full of love
The attack on Rue Plumet
One day more!
At the barricade (Upon these stones)
On my own
Building the barricade
Javert's arrival
Little people
A little fall of rain
Night of anguish
First attack
Drink with me
Bring him home
Dawn of anguish
The second attack (Death of Gavroche)
The final battle
The sewers ; Dog eats dog
Javert's suicide
Turning
Empty chairs at empty tables
Every day (Marius and Cosette)
Valjean's confession
The wedding chorale ; Beggars at the feast
Epilogue (Finale)
Credits: "Music by Claude-Michel Schönberg ; lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer ; original text by Alain Boublil and Jean-Marc Natel ; additional material by James Fenton ; musical supervision and orchestrations by John Cameron ; adapted and directed by Trevor Nunn & John Caird"--Booklet.
Performers: Starring Gary Morris as Jean Valjean, Philip Quast as Javert, and Debbie Byrne as Fantine ; supporting soloists ; Philharmonia Orchestra ; Martin Koch, conductor.
Event: Recorded Aug.-Oct. 1988, at CTS Studios, Wembley, Studio Eleven Eleven, Nashville, and Rhinoceros Studios, Sydney
System Details: System requirements: PC: Windows 95 or NT; 12 MB RAM; Pentium Processor recommended; 20MB free hard disk space; 16-bit colour video; 16-bit Window-compatible sound card; 4x speed CD-ROM drive; Quicktime
System requirements: Macintosh: Power Macintosh; 12 MB RAM; 20 MB free hard disk space; 16-bit colour video; 4x speed CD-ROM drive; Quicktime
Subject Headings: Musicals
Topical Term: Musicals
Publisher No: 1887-2
FH73387
Branch Call Number: CD MUSICAL Schonber-2020
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