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Les Miserables

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1 Look Down Schoenberg 2:21
2 The Bishop Schoenberg 1:34
3 Valjean's Soliloquy Schoenberg 3:18
4 At the End of the Day Schoenberg 4:27
5 I Dreamed a Dream Schoenberg 4:38
6 The Confrontation Schoenberg 1:55
7 Castle on a Cloud Schoenberg 1:11
8 Master of the House Schoenberg 4:51
9 Suddenly Schoenberg 2:32
10 Stars Schoenberg 3:01
11 ABC Café / Red and Black Schoenberg 4:21
12 In My Life - A Heart Full of Love Schoenberg 3:12
13 On My Own Schoenberg 3:11
14 One Day More Schoenberg 3:39
15 Drink With Me Schoenberg 1:41
16 Bring Him Home Schoenberg 3:37
17 The Final Battle Schoenberg 3:17
18 Javert's Suicide Schoenberg 3:00
19 Empty Chairs at Empty Tables Schoenberg 3:12
20 Epilogue Schoenberg 6:20
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Les Miserables

Audio Compact Disc [Highlights]

Label: Republic

Category: Pop/Rock

Les Miserables

UPC: 602537245857

Release Date: 12/21/2012

Original Release Date: 12/21/2012

Number of Discs: 1

Tracks: [Look Down, The Bishop, Valjean's Soliloquy, At the End of the Day, I Dreamed a Dream, The Confrontation, Castle on a Cloud, Master of the House, Suddenly, Stars, ABC Café / Red and Black, In My Life - A Heart Full of Love, On My Own, One Day More, Drink With Me, Bring Him Home, The Final Battle, Javert's Suicide, Empty Chairs at Empty Tables, Epilogue]
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James Christopher Monger

Victor Hugo's 19th century French historical novel Les Misérables found its way to the stage in 1980 as a remarkably successful musical, and finally the big screen in 1996 sans all of the singing, but it wasn't until 2012 that the two mediums would finally meet. Oscar-winning director Tom Hooper, in his wisdom (depending on which side of the "should stage actors be replaced by more bankable, less vocally adept film actors when Broadway makes the jump to Hollywood), decided to have his actors sing live (stage veteran Hugh Jackman and newcomer Samantha Barks steal the show). Fans of the film should take heed of the small print that adorns the collection's jacket (highlights from the motion picture soundtrack) as, at 60 minutes, it leaves out well over an hour of music. ~ James Christopher Monger, Rovi