Fantasma de la Opera (Grabación de la Premiere Mundial en español

El Fantasma de la Opera (Grabación de la Premiere Mundial en español

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by Original Broadway Cast
     
 

Product Details

Release Date:
03/19/2002
Label:
Sony
UPC:
0696998986428
catalogNumber:
89864

Tracks

  1. Phantom of the Opera, musical
  2. Phantom of the Opera, musical
  3. Phantom of the Opera, musical
  4. Phantom of the Opera, musical
  5. Phantom of the Opera, musical
  6. Phantom of the Opera, musical
  7. Phantom of the Opera, musical
  8. Phantom of the Opera, musical
  9. Phantom of the Opera, musical
  10. Phantom of the Opera, musical
  11. Phantom of the Opera, musical
  12. Phantom of the Opera, musical
  13. Phantom of the Opera, musical
  14. Phantom of the Opera, musical
  15. Phantom of the Opera, musical
  16. Phantom of the Opera, musical
  17. Phantom of the Opera, musical

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El Fantasma de la Opera (Grabación de la Premiere Mundial en español 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this cd is really great, if you speak spanish. if you don't it still comes with lyrics so have fun translating! they don't list the actual songs here, so I will. it includes the auction scene, the overture, hannibal, think of me, the mirror, the phantom of the opera, the music of the night, notes/primma donna, all I ask of you, aiaoy reprise, the entre acte, masquerade, in sleep he sang to me, wishing you were somehow here again, wandering child, the point of no return/down once more, and the lair. it's sung by Juan Navarro(the Phantom), Irasema Terrazas(Christine), and Jose Joel(Raoul). I have to admit, Jose Joel's rather toady Raoul sometimes makes me laugh, but I love Irasema Terrazas and Juan Navarro. and the translation can sometimes be a bit strange (if you speak spanish and understand it, that is), but it's very good overall, and pretty close to what they say in english(unlike the movie version). they also have an excellent 'point of no return.'