April 6th, 2016
|cybeleadam||06:49 pm - Upcoming "highlights" album for Les 3 Mousquetaires|
The titles of the songs that will be in the album to be released later this month (April 29th) have just been revealed.
In case you're not familiar with the cast yet, here's the same list with the characters' names instead of the singers'.
De mes propres ailes - d'Artagnan
Un jour - Aramis
Face à face - Anne d'Autriche
Je t'aime, c'est tout - d'Artagnan
Je suis cash - Milady
On My Mind - Buckingham
Et si c'était lui ? - Constance
Ho hé - Porthos
Seul contre tous - Richelieu
Reste - Constance & d'Artagnan
Tout est écrit - Anne d'Autriche & Buckingham
Tous pour un, un pour tous - d'Artagnan, Aramis & Porthos
J'ai besoin d'amour comme tout le monde - Aramis
Levons-nous - d'Artagnan, Aramis & Porthos
Of course, as usual, we can expect a complete album for September, when the show opens. And I'll start translating the lyrics as soon as I have the songs.
|Date:||April 7th, 2016 01:57 am (UTC)|| |
Thanks for sharing the news! I haven't been keeping up with this show at all, except for this promo performance
they did which a friend sent me. I wonder about these things, sometimes I do.
And thank you for the link - I hadn't seen it (I don't really keep up either, but I follow Golan's Facebook page - since he was in Dracula and now in Cats - and he shared the song titles). Even if they were singing something from another musical (I bet Damien was glad to sing that again! ;]), it probably shows what they'll do during group Musketeers songs in the show - Damien, David and Olivier singing and Brahim dancing, only pretending to sing along (or maybe he can sing along for real but not have solo parts).
Edited at 2016-04-08 07:29 pm (UTC)
|Date:||April 9th, 2016 02:16 am (UTC)|| |
I must admit, I hope they'll change up the style of the choreography. The synchronized flouncing around with swords was probably supposed to look impressive, but it only made me laugh. Maybe that was due to the mismatch of the lyrics with the new actors?
Considering it was just a cover in a telethon show, the choreography can't really give any indication of what the show's choreographies will be like. And I agree it looked stupid that they were in "musketeer mode" for a song that has nothing to do with their musical. The Roi Arthur cast didn't do anything like that (they sang behind a famous dancer, with nothing linked to their show).