Back by popular demand
I deleted my Les Mis-only account because it wasn’t really working but I’d posted these from there, so I don’t know if they’re still floating around in the ether or what. Anyway, cruisedirector requested a repost, so here we are!
Gino Quilico - Comme un Homme (Bring Him Home)
Quebec; October 19, 2008
From a short running, non-replica Quebec production. Gino is so strange, not that he has a weird voice or anything but he is considered a “lyric baritone”, which is a baritone sound but a tenor range. Yet, he transposes every single high part of the score down EXCEPT the B4 in “Who Am I?”, which is Valjean’s highest note. Why take down all the other stuff then keep the highest note? It just seems odd to me. Anyway, his BHH is beautiful. Enjoy :)
what if u woke up and ur fav fictional character was snuggled next to u and they were like “good morning”
nemo.. you cant be here.. your dad will be worried sick
(Source: anticrystalist, via pasqualinoh)
And finally, one of my other favourite bits with Vimes in it: The rants he goes off on vis-a-vis republicanism.
Again, les mis people, take note.