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Phantom Of The Opera - Canadian Cast Recording Audiolibro, CD

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CD de audio , Audiolibro, CD, 1 abr 2003
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Nearly flawless 23 de marzo de 2006
Por Emilia - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
The first thing you have to know is that this recording is not the entire musical. A few songs have been omitted. However, it's still worth a purchase, as the cast is absolutely fantastic.

Okay, first off is Rebecca Caine as Christine. While other women have attempted to play the awkward, timid teenager that Christine is, Caine takes a different approach. Her vocals are smooth and confident, and while it's impossible to believe that she's a teenager, she sings like an angel. Her voice is also very controlled--it doesn't quiver, like Sarah Brightman's, or croak unexpectedly, like Emmy Rossum's. She's a fantastic Christine.

Colm Wilkinson as the Phantom was a pleasant surprise. Of course, imagining Jean Valjean seducing Cosette is more than a bit disturbing, but Wilkinson and Caine play off each other superbly, and it's particularly evident during "Wandering Child." But the real highlight of Wilkinson's performance is "The Music of the Night." His vocals are indescribably gorgeous, and he brings a passion to the role that will make even the most hardcore Raoul sympathizer see the Phantom in a different light. Maybe it's just me, but I found Wilkinson's performance more believable than that of the original London Phantom, Michael Crawford. While Crawford's voice is thin, feminine and nearly emotionless, Wilkinson sings the role with a hypnotic intensity that is truly beyond compare. There's so much emotion in every line he sings--if you loved him in Les Miserables, you'll be swooning here.

Byron Nease plays RAOUL! The main problem with HIM is that EVERY LINE is so OVEREMPHASIZED that ALL HIS VOCALS end up SOUNDING LIKE THIS!!!

Okay, enough of that. In all seriousness, Nease's vocals are nicely operatic, but he overemphasizes things that really are not supposed to be overemphasized. He's a bit painful in "Prima Donna," but "All I Ask of You" is bearable.

Firmin and Andre (Gregory Gross and Paul Massel) are just weird on this soundtrack. I've always heard the managers' voices as light and airy with just a hint of a British accent, but here their voices are very deep and broad. They're talented, but not right for their roles.

And then we have the fabulous Lyse Guerin as Carlotta. While her voice is very different from Carlottas such as Rosemary Ashe and Margaret Preece, she takes on the role with grace and charm, and she has some wonderful moments during "Prima Donna" and "Hannibal."

Overall, this is a good recording. If Byron Nease had been replaced with a more talented singer, I'd venture to call it perfect.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Excellent, but... 15 de febrero de 2006
Por illusion - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
I would've given this five stars, but a few songs are omitted. Other than that, though, it's absolutely excellent. Colm Wilkinson plays a terrific Phantom--worlds better than Michael Crawford could ever be. His voice positively soars, and "Music of the Night" is truly breathtaking.

For this Canadian version of Phantom, the role of Christine is played by the incredibly talented Rebecca Caine. Unlike Sarah Brightman, she is able to control her voice to the point that her vibrato isn't annoying. "Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again," a song that has traditionally bored me to death, was suddenly more interesting when I heard Rebecca sing it. My one problem was that during "The Phantom's Lair" (as "Down Once More" and "Track Down this Murderer" are dubbed on this CD), she seemed to forget herself, and her vocals often turned to strangled gasps.

Byron Nease is one of the best Raouls I've ever heard. His voice is positively angelic, and "All I Ask of You" was a delight. The role is played very well.

Perhaps my favorite vocalist here, however, is the fantastic Lyse Guerin, who played a splendid Carlotta. Her voice is absolutely gorgeous, and she totally nailed her self-absorbed, irritable character. I can't even begin to prase her performance in "Prima Donna"--it is simply something you must experience yourself. She also tends to speed up passages that Rosemary Ashe, the original Carlotta, sang rather slowly. This may sound like it would be annoying, but it actually adds some more flavor to the songs.

Our dear managers, Firmin and Andre, left me a bit speechless. During the first act, they had clear Canadian accents...which promptly disappeared by the second act. During "Notes!" and "Prima Donna," they tended to drag out words a bit too extravagantly, but by "Masquerade," their voices had become clipped and restrained. Nevertheless, they sounded terrific, while not the best I've heard.

This CD does, as I've mentioned, leave out a few very good songs. However, the vocals are extraordinary, and this recording is a must for all Phantom fans. (Or phans, if you prefer.)
10 de 10 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Outstanding. A must have!!! 30 de diciembre de 2004
Por YA Librarian - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
After reading many of the reviews I think it boils down to one thing.
Who was the first person you heard sing the phantom..Mr. Wilkinson or Mr. Crawford?
I was able to see Mr. Wilkinson perform and was blown away by his singing. I had to buy the tape(didn't have a CD player then) and listened to it until it wore out. When my tape broke my mother bought me the recording with Mr. Crawford. Personally, I hated it. Ms. Brightman does a horrid job of singing, and Mr. Crawford did not have the sensual voice that I thought the Phantom should have. But I believe that if I had heard Mr. Crawford first I would have thought he the better phantom.
For someone who has just seen the movie, I strongly suggest buying this CD. The singers are much better. Mr. Wilkinson draws you in with his voice, especially in Music of the Night. You won't be disappointed. Compared to the London cast, I would say this is by the far superior Phantom of the Opera CD.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Pleasing to the ear 20 de abril de 2001
Por Eimear Coffey - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
I had owned the London cast recording of Phantom for some 7 years before I bought this one, and it is very hard to say which one is better. As with all different cast recordings of musicals, both have their strong and weak points.
The Canadian cast is headed up by Colm Wilkinson, who is a superb singer but often sounds like he has something in his mouth. However, he certainly brings a new depth to the role of the phantom, and one can easily imagine his strange enunciation being caused by disfiguring scars or the mask that hides them.
Caine is very easy on the ear as Christine, and many prefer her voice to Sarah Brightman's. However, at the end of the title song "Phantom of the Opera" when she sings along to the Phantom's exhortations, she sounds to me as if she is struggling for the breath to reach the notes. She pauses a split second too long for breath between each phrase. This gives the impression that she's struggling.
The Carlotta of this recording is exquisite. She sounds like a real opera singer, and not like a musical performer trying to sound like a diva.
The only real fault with this particular recording is the fact that they have left out the duet between Meg & Christine, "Angel of Music". That's the only reason I took away the final star.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Grabs your heart 11 de agosto de 2005
Por Les Mis junkie - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
I've always LIKED Phantom rather as I like Cats. I felt it had some good songs and was a great show to attend, but I didn't really want to sit and listen to it over and over. I've had the Original Cast Recording for 15 years and I doubt I've listened to it as many times. Maybe, I thought, the event really was the spectacle. The shows that I'm really passionate about (Les Miserables, Jesus Christ Superstar, Camelot) have characters that I can care deeply for. Before I get mugged by the army of "Phans", let me confess that I've found that passion - here with the amazing Canadian Cast (which really means Rebecca Caine and Colm Wilkinson). I didn't suspect that the `definitive' recording was the reason I thought POTO a tad overrated; after all ALW wrote it to showcase Sarah Brightman (and I personally don't have a problem with her) and Michael Crawford has a fine voice. I just felt no emotional attachment to anyone; it felt like watching a cartoon - no depth.

When I found out that Wilkinson actually developed the role in workshop with the composer, was ALW's first choice to play the part (but was already committed to Les Mis), and is the one performing "Music of the Night" on most of the "Best of Broadway"-type albums, I decided to give POTO another chance. All I can say is "WOW, so THAT'S what it's all about". Crawford's voice may be more lyrical and technically perfect, but Wilkinson's is far more powerful and expressive; it just grabs your heart. Erik is such a complex character, a boiling mixture of tender love, jealousy, generosity, possessiveness, rage, genius, hurt and self-loathing. With every note you know exactly what Colm's Erik is feeling at that moment, and it always rings true emotionally. Unless you feel his deep hurt, you can't sympathize with what it drives him to do. The point of the story is that Erik "had a heart that could have held the empire of the world.. but in the end, he had to content himself with a cellar"; here is a Phantom that makes you believe that. "Music of the Night" is enthralling, "Point of No Return" captivating and the ending so poignant.

Rebecca Caine has a lovely, clear voice and appears to effortlessly hit every note, a real joy to listen to. She is very believable both as a classically-trained singer and as an innocent who has some genuine affection for Erik as a mentor and father substitute. Byron Nease is pretty stiff as Raoul, but are we really supposed to care much about him anyway?

I've only had this album for a month, but I've already played it far more than 15 times. I love it - a must have!

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