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Les Miserables 10th Anniversary Concert

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Les Miserables 10th Anniversary Concert

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Well worth the purchase.Having listened to the various artsts in this production on YouTube (where I watched, as well...), I decided that I needed this CD. I've been a Les Mis fan since November of 1988 when I went to the touring production in Philadelphia on Election Night. The show was so good, it made my two friends, one a rabid liberal and the other a rabid conservative, quit arguing. I saw the play many times over the years, collected the various cast recordings, compared the singers (in general, acted like a groupie) and concluded after twenty-six years that the voices and performances here were, for the most part, the best. No, I haven't thrown out my others.I should mention one performance, Quast's Javert. It was interesting to me to hear how his performance evolved compared to the previous Symphonic Recording. Much deeper, much more moving.5Dream CastGetting the CD version is the next best thing to actually being at the concert. It comes with two cd's and a little description booklet with pictures. If you're a fan of Les Mis, it's a must have. The performances were just spectacular. Indeed, the 10th anniversary was truly the Dream Cast.5THE Definitive Les Miz!TAC is best heard (not reviewed) as my literary skills won't give justice to the spectacle that is Les Miz. Nonetheless as a fastidious listener and theater-goer, this recording, by far is the best among the Les Miz cast recordings, bar none. Admittedly, this being dubbed as "The Dream Cast" may be highly debatable as every person has a different preference (and biases notwithstanding) with regards to certain actors portraying specific roles. Regardless, being a concert recording, this CD is just pure, unadulterated listening pleasure. For one, you have the original Jean Valjean, Colm Wilkinson, playing the lead with his powerful and high vocal range interspersed with sheer emotion as expressed in "Bring Him Home" and "Who Am I". Philip Quast of the Australian production lends his baritone voice as Javert rendering a commanding presence in "Stars". Michael Ball of "Starlight Express" fame performs convincingly as Marius, tugging into the audience's heartstrings in his rendition of "Empty Chairs At Empty Tables". Judy Kuhn reprises her role as Cosette-- though much is to be desired with her acting-- she hits the right notes with "A Heart Full of Love" and "In My Life". Michael Maguire as Enjolras still stirs courage in his performance of "Red and Black"-- reminiscent of his Broadway performance. Lea Salonga, the original Kim of Miss Saigon, reinvents the role of Eponine with her heartfelt belting out of "On My Own"-- listeners will, for the first time, ENJOY listening to this song as opposed to the original Broadway cast recording. Alun Armstrong and Jenny Galloway as the Thenardiers portray their roles with zest and wit that is simply fun as intended in "Master of the House". Overall, this CD is a masterpiece as is the concert DVD, which is another must-own. Strong performances, beautiful voices and melodious score-- this truly is a marvel to behold-- a nostalgic memory of the now-closed Broadway production.5Superbe...Buy this. No other version compares. I have purchased the DVD twice and recently Audio MP3.The only possible way to improve is if you read Hugo's book. The songs will have more significance.Colm Wilkinson and Philip Quast are the best Valjean and Javert respectively. Whole cast and orchestra is fantastic.I've had the pleasure of sharing this version to those familiar with movie version only. Although the movie has some wonderful aspects, like the barricade scenes, the singers in the 10th Anniversary version are superior.10th Anniversary version is NOT action. It's all about the music. Singers line up and perform the best versions of each song.Wonderful to see/hear the Valjeans from around the world sing in their respective languages during encore.5THE recording of THE MusicalThis concert version is by far the best cd of the wonderful Les Mis. It is much better than the complete symphonic recording. The only singers on both are Phillip Quast (Javert), who is always superb and Michael Ball (Marius), also wonderful. The star, Colm Wilkerson, as Valjean, is unmatched for his power, emotional depth, and vocal range. Lea Salonga makes a lyrical Eponine, and Ruthie Henshall is the perfect Fantine.This concert is performed before a live and enthusiastic audience. It is breathtaking and you'll never tire of listening to it. The songs are so well-written and performed that you can truly picture the relentless Javert hunting the long-suffering Valjean across the years, the noble, but doomed, students singing of freedom, and poor Eponine dreaming of her Marius. This is an absolutely perfect cd for Les Mis devotees and those who will soon be.5Saw Original Les Mis on Broadway & This Is A WinnerThis 10th Anniversary Concert is as good as it gets. Most of the original Broadway actors/actresses are there ... except for Lea Solonga's part, but she's great). Worth having even if, like us, you have the original B'way cast album.5my favorite aural version of Les MisAfter falling in love with Les Mis via the DVD of this concert version (see my comments there), I decided I had to have the soundtrack for those long commutes. I'm glad I did. This CD conversion is better than the DVD. On the DVD, some voices are too soft, but on the CD, all voices are evenly balanced and crystal clear. With headsets or in the car (nearest I get to surround sound), every voice, every word, even breaths and sobs are heard; voices are nicely balanced with the orchestra as well. A true pleasure for the ears. The "acting" through song holds your attention; in comparison, the Broadway CD, while nicely sung, is flat and expressionless. The only things I don't like about the 10th Anniversary Concert CD are Colm Wilkinson's squeaky pips at the end of some songs and the applause. I know this is a sound track of a live performance, but I found it disconcerting to have loud applause as the very first sound and after particularly emotional numbers. I would rather contemplate in silence after such numbers. At least they could have toned it down a bit; they didn't eliminate the balloon bursting during "Castle On A Cloud." (What a trooper; she barely flinched!) I found Les Mis to be strangely cathartic after the Boston Marathon bombing.I have to comment about the 2012 movie. The story is more complete than either the 10th Anniversary Concert or the Broadway CD. There are visual scenes that move the story along instead of the "sing-talking" used in the play. I actually like the hokey slanted camera angles and close ups, the singing live on camera instead of studio dubbed, and the acting. I like the changes in the finale scene: emphasizing Cosette as the source of Jean's strength and love; having Colm Wilkinson/the Bishop meet Jean, "leading him to salvation." Love the harmony. In the play, I actually never realized Jean had died. However the overall singing hurts my ears: Russell Crowe can't even "sing-talk" let alone really sing; Amanda Seyfried sounds like a goat bleating. There are times when Hugh Jackman should have gone into a quiet falsetto instead of shouting. The show stoppers are Samantha Barks and Eddie Redmayne, especially Eddie. I could listen to him sing and watch him act all day. My ideal would be to put the 10th Anniversary Concert soundtrack to the visual of the movie.5Wonderful music - CD arrived in a busted caseOne of THE best renditions of Les Miserables. Alfie Bowe knocks it out of the park as Valjean. His voice is phenomenal. If you can get beyond Nick Jonas' inability to project a true Marius, you will enjoy the rest of the music. Samantha Barks is great as Eponine, and Anne Hathaway did a surprisingly decent job as Fantine. I also loved that Colm Wilkinson who portrayed Valjean for many years on Broadway had the role of the Bishop.5With me everywhere I goI have only less than a handful of music that I always make sure is there wherever I go. On my iPods, Zune, iPhone, car, home, etc. This is one of those.Now, as far as different production goes, the 10th Anniversary Concert is by far my personal favorite. There are 5 reasons:1. Colm is the definitive Valjean. Anyone who says different obviously have not read the original novel or understand the character. His voice is a little bit eerie/ghoulish that is perfect for a man who's been 20 years chained like a slave, broken, and lost everything he had. Yet there is strength behind it. All other Valjeans are either way too operatic/strong or too weak.2. If you aren't convinced Colm is the best Valjean, I'll give you another reason why this is the best Les Mis production: Javert, by Philip Quast. He IS Javert. Period. A mean, cold, calculating, nasty inspector. His voice and performance are both top notch. If Philip Quast gets a 10 as Javert, then the 25th Anniversary at O2's Javert is a 3 at best.3. Ruthie as Fantine. She is the definitive Fantine as well.4. The Thenardiers. Alun and Galloway are the BEST masters of the house.5. Micheal Ball6. Eponine.....Okay, I know I've listed 6, but you got the idea. This concert is called the "Dream Cast" for a reason.5EpicThis is a performance for the ages. Colm Wilkinson steals the show, but all the singers were great, and the choir was wonderful. A treat was the international Valjeans at the end, with Takeshi Kaga from Japan.5
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