Les Mis on youtube
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Author:  flying_pigs [ Fri Jan 01, 2010 5:46 am ]
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So cute!

Two little kids performing Les Mis!

Author:  Quique [ Mon Jan 04, 2010 2:37 pm ]
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^ Omg, that totally made my day. XD

Their singing is pretty good too!

Author:  kemathenga [ Wed Jan 13, 2010 8:32 am ]
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It's not exactly youtube but I like it, especially the first (old) one.

Hebrew version (Old one):
Hebrew version (Newer one):

Author:  EponineBarker [ Fri Jan 15, 2010 12:00 am ]
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flying_pigs wrote:

Possibly one of the weirdest things I've seen! Posted on JOJ's twitter!

Holy crap! I've played that game! 8O It took me forever to figure out the controls. (I know I have them written down somewhere... :? )

Author:  Quique [ Mon Feb 01, 2010 10:22 pm ]
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Some of you have probably already seen these but I just discovered them and am beside myself with happiness!!!

For one, being completely in love with the original production, I've always been fascinated by the brilliant set design but clear, detailed photographs and video of the Les Mis set have proven to be very elusive for as long as I can remember...until now. The first four or five videos on this former Duisburg Gavroche's channel features some of the most breathtaking views of Napier's set designs. Beautiful!!

Here's an overall, wide shot of the whole set brightly illuminated: ... ed#t=1m10s

There are 25, 10 minute videos up. They are like an amateur documentary on the Gavroche's rehearsals to opening night and features some crystal clear, gorgeous onstage scenes.

Here's my favorite:

Funny, it never fails to surprise me just how slowly the lights fade at finale's end. I get reminded of it every time I see the show and this video is like almost being there! They really do capture that essence of seeing the show live--the surreal theatricality of the show's 'look' with its beautiful amber and blue lighting on that grey set. Omg, so, so...


Author:  kemathenga [ Thu Feb 11, 2010 1:18 am ]
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Hey, Quique, that's nice. I normally can't watch Duisburg-vids with a dry eye because the german lyrics sound so ridiculous. You opened my eyes to other aspects of the performance. Thanx. :D

I just noticed that all my favorite TAC-videos have vanished from youtube. Warner Music is having a spring cleaning :cry:

Author:  operafantomet [ Sun Feb 14, 2010 12:56 am ]
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From the Les Mis documentary, showing large chunks of "One Day More" from the original Oslo production (which was, in my opinion, the best to play in Norway to date). ... id=7960843
From a semi-professional Les Mis production in Lillestrøm, Norway. I saw it and was very impressed. Orchestra was a bit thin, but they had a great cast, and professional costumes and especially designed sets. The bishop in this clip (Christian Ranke) has a gorgeous voice, and there's a snippet of "What have I done" there too. ... id=8022710
"One day more" from the same Lillestrøm production. Alas, the sound seems a bit out-of-sync with the video, but nothing major. Valjean is Stephen Brandt-Hansen, Cosette is Reidun Sæther, Enjolras is Sigurd Sele. Same lyrics as the 1988 clip overneath.

Author:  ~Masquerade Dancer~ [ Sun Feb 14, 2010 4:26 am ]
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flying_pigs wrote:
So cute!

Two little kids performing Les Mis!

Oh my gosh! =D>

Author:  Mistress [ Sat Mar 13, 2010 10:44 pm ]
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:lol: I love the Korean Do You Hear the People Sing with all that vicious flag waving (they were handling those flags like lethal weapons XD)

Author:  jdeng [ Sun Mar 14, 2010 11:00 am ]
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If you have listened to this 10 year-old girl's I Dreamed A Dream, you may find that "cute" is not always the right word to describe a talented singing child - she looks as if she has gone through what all Fantine has experienced when singing the song.

p.s., I searched the link and did not find it being posted before.

Author:  RainbowJude [ Tue Apr 05, 2011 10:58 pm ]
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I don't remember this song ever feeling so long. It makes me feel as if the final scene in the original version of Love Never Dies didn't go on for so long after all. :P

Author:  kemathenga [ Wed Apr 06, 2011 9:07 am ]
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What do you expect? she's half dead, LOL

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