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Les Misérables In Concert : A Musical (2012, original release: 1995)


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Published: Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video, ©2012
Description:  2 videodiscs (approximately 148 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
ISBN/ISSN: 9781624042546, 1624042546, 9781624042546,
Language:  English

Synopsis ([12] p. : ports.) and replica invitation to the London after-party from the original performance night inserted in container

Special features: Les misérables: the creative process, newly discovered interview footage with producer Cameron Mackintosh, composer Claude-Michael Schönberg, and lyricist Alain Boublil (ca. 28 min.); Stage by stage: the making of Les misérables, a 1988 British television documentary produced by Philip Lowrey, written by Martin Cox, and directed and edited by Paul Henry, featuring interviews with the production team and footage from various stage productions (ca. 57 min.)

Colm Wilkinson, Philip Quast, Ruthie Henshall, Jenny Galloway, Alun Armstrong, Lea Salonga, Michael Ball, Michael Maguire, Judy Kuhn, Anthony Crivello, with supporting soloists ; ensemble and choir from worldwide productions of Les misérables ; the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra ; David Charles Abell, conductor

Recorded October 8, 1995

Now at last, the full magnificence of its captivating score is revealed like never before in a stunning concert performance featuring a 150-voice choir, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by David Bedford, and many of the most celebrated stars to have appeared in the show worldwide, including Colm Wilkinson as the original Jean Valjean. Perform live at London's Royal Albert Hall in celebration of the show's 10th Anniversary, this is the most remarkable performance of Les Miserables ever

DVD; NTSC; 16:9 anamorphic; Dolby digital 5.1

Sung in English, with optional English subtitles

Related Searches:
Schönberg, Claude-Michel.
Musicals -- Production and direction
Concert television programs.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Documentary television programs.
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Additional Credits:
Kretzmer, Herbert, lyricist
Boublil, Alain, librettist
Natel, Jean-Marc, librettist
Fenton, James, 1949- librettist
Mackintosh, Cameron, producer
Wilkinson, Colm, performer
Quast, Philip, performer
Henshall, Ruthie, performer
Galloway, Jenny, performer
Armstrong, Alun, performer
Salonga, Lea, performer
Ball, Michael, 1962- performer
Maguire, Michael, 1955- performer
Kuhn, Judy, performer
Crivello, Anthony, 1955- performer
Abell, David Charles, conductor
Cameron, John, 1944- arranger of music
Kafno, Paul, television producer
Taylor, Gavin, television director
Hugo, Victor, 1802-1885.
Schönberg, Claude-Michel.
HD Thames (Firm),
British Broadcasting Corporation,
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra,
Warner Home Video (Firm),

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