Les Miserables: 10th Anniversary Concert at London's Royal Albert Hall

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Les Miserables: 10th Anniversary Concert at London's Royal Albert Hall features a concert consisting of the songs from the celebrated musical performed b a number of past and present cast members including Colm Wilkinson, Philip Quast, and Jenny Galloway.
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Overview

Les Miserables: 10th Anniversary Concert at London's Royal Albert Hall features a concert consisting of the songs from the celebrated musical performed b a number of past and present cast members including Colm Wilkinson, Philip Quast, and Jenny Galloway.
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Special Features

"Les Misérables - The Creative Process" - Newly discovered interview footage with the creators of Les Mis, Producer Cameron Mackintosh, Composer Claude-Michel Schönberg and lyricist Alain Boublil; ; "Stage by Stage - The Making of Les Mis" - 1988 British documentary featuring interviews with the production team and footage from stage productions around the world; ; Replica invitation to the London after-party from the original performance night
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/20/2012
  • UPC: 883929282685
  • Original Release: 1995
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  • Source: Bbc Warner
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Remastered / Special Edition / Anniversary Edition / 2 PACK
  • Time: 2:28:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 476

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Colm Wilkinson
Philip Quast
Ruthie Henshall
Jenny Galloway
Alun Armstrong
Lea Salonga
Michael Ball
Michael Maguire
Judy Kuhn
Anthony Crivello
Adam Searles
Hannah Chick
David Charles Abell Conductor
Technical Credits
John Caird Director
Gavin Taylor Director
Andrew Bruce Sound/Sound Designer
John Cameron Score Composer
Roy English Executive Producer
Paul Kafno Producer
Martin Koch Musical Direction/Supervision
Richard Lienard Sound/Sound Designer
Ian Martin Executive Producer
Andreane Neofitou Costumes/Costume Designer
Claude-Michel Schonberg Score Composer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Miserables
1. Prologue [9:21]
2. Valjean's Soliloquy [3:11]
3. At the End of the Day [4:58]
4. Lovely Ladies [4:29]
5. Fantines Arrest [3:06]
6. The Runaway Cart [3:01]
7. Who Am I? - The Trial [1:57]
8. Fantine's Death [2:55]
9. The Confrontation [3:53]
10. Castle on a Cloud [2:32]
11. Matter of the House [3:28]
12. The Bargain - Waltz of Treachery [5:43]
13. Look Down [2:59]
14. Stars [2:53]
15. ABC Café/Red & Black [3:41]
16. Do You Hear the People Sing? [4:41]
17. Rue Plumet - In My Life [3:35]
18. A Heart Full of Love [2:57]
19. The Attack on Rue Plumet [2:56]
20. One Day More! [1:57]
22. Entr'acte [:49]
23. On My Own [4:09]
24. Building the Barricade [2:33]
25. Javert's Arrival [:54]
26. Little People [1:08]
27. A Little Fall of Rain [5:30]
28. First Attack [3:23]
29. Drink With Me [3:04]
30. Bring Him Home [3:50]
31. The Final Battle [1:51]
32. The Sewers [3:10]
33. Dog Eats Dog [2:31]
34. Javert's Suicide [5:11]
35. Turning [1:34]
36. Empty Chairs at Empty Tables [3:32]
37. Every Day [:48]
38. A Heart Full of Love - Reprise [1:34]
39. The Wedding Chorale [:41]
40. Beggars at the Feast [1:52]
41. Epilogue (Finale) [19:24]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Miserables
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Disc #2 -- Miserables
   Les Misérables: The Creative Process
   Stage by Stage: The Making of Les Misérables
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  • Posted November 24, 2012

    I really enjoyed reading the book Les Miserable by Victor Hugo.

    I really enjoyed reading the book Les Miserable by Victor Hugo. It was a nice stretch for my reading abilities and it wasn’t too difficult. The book is about a peasant named Jean Valjean, who is proclaimed to be a criminal in France during the French Revolution. The plot follows Jean Valjean and shows his struggles to live a better life. He is very ambitious and compelling. Jean Valjean’s feelings and actions give a great example of what it was like to be a third class member, because this actions show what people had to do to survive, when they were in the lowest and poorest class off all.
    The minor characters in the story have their own plots and life stories that help support the main character’s story. I feel like seeing a different point of view on the history of France made it easier to understand. The book itself is very well written; it is not what you would think of a typical book on French history. Victor Hugo does a fabulous job describing the characters feeling and thoughts. The book contains a lot of background information and several details about each setting and each character. Victor Hugo takes time to put a great amount of detail into each character and he does a great job at explaining their personalities.
    The story contains a plot, which catches the reader’s interest and holds it until the last page. I have to admit; there are about fifty pages where it is boring and vague. Sometimes I thought that the descriptions were a little lengthy but in the end that’s what is needed to complete the characters. Other than, that the book is phenomenal. I would definitely recommend this book for a high school student. It helps you understand what you learned in class about French Revolution. The characters give you a different perspective on the everyday life in France and help you understand each social group in more depth. He allows the reader to make lots of connections with the character by keeping the characters true to themselves and realistic.

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