Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Angela 0077, Jun 6, 2010.
I hate to admit that I don't mind a lot of show tunes, but I am not at all a fan of most opera.
Excellent costumes, though!
This, the original Star Trek theme, and one of the songs from Cirque du Soleil's Alegria are the closest things to me appreciating Opera music with voices (I do love a lot of the music from opera, but I'm not a fan of the singing).
Queen's soundtrack for Highlander.
A Kind of Magic.
The theme music to the PBS series, "Victoria."
Please Mr. Postman - Beatles
The Irish Rovers....Mrs Crandall's Boarding House
Amaranthe -The Score
Sadie Adler, Widow (Battle Theme) - Red Dead Redemption II OST
Frankenstein - Edgar Winter
^^ I can't help to think of the Doctor Who episode "Love and Monsters" now when I hear this song.
For some reason I've become fascinated with it lately. But it's not just the songs, it has to have a stage production that I really like. The clip I posted has scenery and lighting I really like, so that's a big appeal of this particular piece.
Also opera is to singing what ballet is to dancing. It requires monumental control over one's vocal chords. It's why I love the piece I posted. There's a bit or two where I wonder how the song is pulled off without the singer gasping for air.
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