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HASH(0xa0201108) de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Tragedy of Passion and Beauty 12 de septiembre de 2000
Por RJStuart - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
To follow up on their first musical, 'Les Miserables', Alain Boublil
and Claude-Michel Schonberg created another absolute masterpiece in
'Miss Saigon'. Like 'Les Mis', 'Miss Saigon' presents listeners with
an array of inspiring music and lyrics which appeal to their senses
and emotions. Every song in the score is worth listening to for its
meaning, symbolism and beauty. Set in the Vietnam War, 'Miss Saigon'
follows the love-story between a young girl, Kim (played by Lea
Salonga), and an American GI, Chris (played by Simon Bowman), yet ends
tragically due to the events which occur around the two
protagonists.
After viewing Lea Salonga's performance in 'Hey! Mr
Producer', I bought this version of 'Miss Saigon', later buying the
1995 Studio Cast. Salonga's performance on this album; with her
beautifully precise voice and way of creating emotional energy,
captures the spirit of the innocent, yet strong-willed, Kim perfectly,
especially in the duet "The Movie in My Mind". Her solo
performances in the songs; "I'd Give My Life For You" and
"The Sacred Bird" reveal the passion that Kim feels for her
son, Tam, and Chris. Yet, it is Salonga who brings this character to
life with her fantastic voice. Joanna Ampil's performance in the 1995
Studio Cast is equally brilliant, but Salonga just cannot be
beaten.
The character of Chris is admired at the beginning of the
musical, but toward the end a negative view is held of him, as he
chooses his new wife, Ellen (played by Claire Moore), over Kim. Simon
Bowman does an incredible job in portraying Chris, with his nicely
ranged and emotional voice. His performance of "Why God
Why?" is awe-inspiring. Not counting David Campbell's portrayal
of Chris in "Hey! Mr Producer", Bowman is the best Chris I
have heard to date, Peter Cousins (1995 Studio Cast) simply cannot
compete with him. I find that Cousins pronounces his words to well,
and therefore cannot create the realism which surrounds the American
GI. Bowman's American accent is very realistic, Cousins' is not. The
duets performed by Salonga and Bowman as Kim and Chris are beautiful
and are performed with great passion, especially in "Sun and
Moon", and "The Last Night of the World"; two truly
lovely songs. But Bowman's best performance in the musical, in my
opinion, is in the song "Confrontation" with Ellen and
Chris, where Chris sings: "Saigon was crazed, but she was real
And for one moment I could feel." This performance by Bowman is
deeply inspiring.
Kim's pimp, known as the Engineer, is played
outstandingly by Johnathon Pryce. Pryce portrays the seedy, comical
character with great enthusiasm. Although, the listeners should hate
him, I found that I felt sorry for him in parts due to the sad life he
has lived. That is what Boublil and Schonberg do, to create greater
realism and appeal to the emotions of the listeners. Every character
has faults, there are moments when you hate them and moments where you
pity them, a brilliant technique used by Boublil & Schonberg to
create realism. Kevin Gray's portrayal of the Engineer in the 1995
Studio Cast is also a brilliant performance, yet Pryce has a
wonderfully compelling voice, especially in the songs "If You
Want To Die In Bed", "What A Waste" and the fantastic
"The American Dream", and therefore I believe that his
performance is better.
The character of Ellen is one which can be
hated or admired. She is the character which destroys the dreams of
Kim. Claire Moore portrays Ellen quite well, although I believe that
Ruthie Henshall performs the character better in the 1995 Studio
Cast. Yet Claire's performance of the song "Now That I've Seen
Her" is powerfully beautiful. The duets between Kim and Ellen are
also performed beautifully by Salonga and Moore; "I Still
Believe", and "Room 317", two extremely powerful
songs.
Peter Polycarpou's portrayal of John, Chris' GI friend, is
the best I've heard. Although the 1995 Studio Cast's John, Hinton
Battle, performs well enough, his voice is just not fitting,
especially for the power and emotion required for the song
"Bui-Doi". The beautiful duet, "Please", between
John and Kim is also performed amazingly by Polycarpou and Salonga on
this album.
The antagonist of "Miss Saigon" is found in
Kim's cousin, Thuy, played by Keith Burns. Burns has quite a powerful
voice, and the viciousness he displays in the songs "What's This
I Find" and "This is the Hour" are really rather
effective in terrifying listeners. I think that he portrays Thuy
better than Charles Azulay (1995 Studio Cast), because he puts more
emotion into his performance.
The company numbers of "The
Heat Is On In Saigon" and "The Fall of Saigon", as well
as "This is the Hour" are performed brilliantly. These songs
are extremely good-listening.
'Les Miserables' cannot be beaten
musically or lyrically, but Boublil and Schonberg have come close with
'Miss Saigon'. If this album was complete like the 1995 Studio Cast,
then this album would be perfect. Even so, I would buy this album just
to hear the beautiful score as well as the brilliant talents of Lea
Salonga and Simon Bowman.
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HASH(0xa0201618) de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Beautiful and Touching Story 25 de octubre de 2002
Por Peter Smith - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
This musical, penned by two amazing musical geniuses, is unparalleled in feeling, emotion, and striking the right tone about a very turbulent period in my generation's history. The story is a love story, a tragedy, and a telling indictment of the 70's American dream all in one. But, above all, it contains some of the most beautiful melodies and lyrics, as well as a remarkably haunting song in "Bui Doi". The several duets sang by Simon Bowman and Lea Salonga are so beautiful and even magical. The original cast did a remarkable job bringing the words and music to life. I saw this show shortly after it opened in 1989 in London and have listened to the music regularly since then. Of the 75+ musicals I have seen in my life, this is one of the 3 best. I recommend this soundtrack to everyone who enjoys show music and "Bui Doi" as one of the most haunting and emotional songs I have ever heard.
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HASH(0xa0201a50) de un máximo de 5 estrellas The best version! 14 de junio de 2003
Por wendell - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
No one beats Lea Salonga in doing Kim. She was fantastic when she recorded this when she was only 18, but she was just downright amazing when she closed the show on Broadway more than a decade later. What a treat!
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HASH(0xa0201924) de un máximo de 5 estrellas As good as a musical gets 27 de marzo de 2003
Por elvistcob@lvcm.com - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
This was the follow-up by the same folks that brought us "Les Miserables". They are both superb pieces of work. I've seen both productions live several times and have listened to both soundtracks beyond counting. While nobody is asking for a competition of the two, I like "Miss Saigon" better.
This is one of those works where I would have no problem putting it on continuous play, and then letting the machine keep starting over once it ends. This is a story that grabs you from the beginning and holds you there until the final number. Every character is three dimensional and not some musical stereotype.
The songs are superb. Like "Les Miserables", they seem at home with the folks who's profession is to tantalize the "legitimate" population with promises of uncomplicated sexual encounters. Most of the characters are either working in a b-girl dive or are the soldiers they service. The songs are crafted to show that there is a lot of pain on both sides, and even though none of them are perfect, you at least get to sympathize with one doing with the cards they have been dealt in life.
But where it excels is that is takes what would probably be a five-star musical to begin with, and add a lot of well-done social conscience to the story. Yes, we've heard a lot about the tragedy of Vietnam in many forms. But this one concentrates on one seldom heard issue, which is the thousands of babies with American soldier fathers left behind once we withdrew from the country. To pull off such a serious subject that your average theatre-goer would want to see and succeed so spectacularly puts this one in six-star territory.
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HASH(0xa0201360) de un máximo de 5 estrellas Excellent! 4 de febrero de 2004
Por charter - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
This is a very powerful and touching musical. I'm not surprised that this has become the 6th longest-running production in Broadway history.
Although I would have preferred listening to a "current version" recording with the original London cast in it, this will do. No one will ever beat Lea Salonga - who's done all versions (London and the original & revised Broadway versions) -- in her portrayal of Kim!