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New Song “Till I Hear You Sing” from Phantom of the Opera Sequel ‘Love Never Dies’

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Hmmm… I had no idea. Andrew Lloyd Webber has a sequel for his play “Phantom of the Opera” called ‘Love Never Dies’ and here’s video of Ramin Karimloo as the Phantom performing a new song “Till I Hear You Sing”. What do you think? This song seems to lack a good melody… not really liking it. Maybe it will grow on me?

You can check out the Love Never Dies official web page for more information on this new play.

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s long awaited new show “LOVE NEVER DIES” will have its World Premiere in London at the Adelphi Theatre on Tuesday 9 March 2010 followed by New York on Thursday 11 November and in Australia in 2011.

“LOVE NEVER DIES” continues the story of ‘The Phantom’, who has moved from his lair in the Paris Opera House to haunt the fairgrounds of Coney Island, far across the Atlantic. Set 10 years after the mysterious disappearance of ‘The Phantom’ from Paris, this show is a rollercoaster ride of obsession and intrigue…in which music and memory can play cruel tricks…and ‘The Phantom’ sets out to prove that, indeed, “LOVE NEVER DIES”.

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  1. October 9, 2009 at 8:38 pm

    I think you’ll like it after a few listens. It’s not a masterpiece like ‘Music Of The Night’ but it’s solid ALW like ‘With One Look’

  2. katie
    October 10, 2009 at 10:56 am

    When I first heard this song I fell in love with the passion that Ramin Karimloo shows when he sings…try to keep in mind that this is only a draft of the song and only part of the song…it still has alot of time for improvments. I was moved to tears when I heard this becasue I related to the pain that the Phantom is in and the lyrics show such a dirfferent side of the phantom-almost like the deleted song “NO one would listen” from the Phantom of the Opera” —Anyways beautifully done for a first live performanve..I applaud this and cannot wait to see the premiere of this in NYC I defintly do believe that this song and play has much coming to it and that it most definitly can be Lloyd Webers next hit…<3

  3. Oliver
    October 26, 2009 at 1:52 am

    To be honest, this is what I feared would happen.
    Lloyd-Webber is once again trying to make a musical theme more complicated than it is, just to overcome the critics who always blame him for too simplistic tunes. However all of this sounds a lot like a mixture between “Sunset Boulevard” and “I have to make it a little Phantomesque”, especially the Coney Island Overture is a proof for that. Then “Till I hear you sing” resembles “With one look” a lot, imposing the structure of “Music of the night” on it(which I guess, in advantage of Llody-Webber, is a wanted thing). However I think the way this song is composed, it is too much a “love hymn” as the likes of “Love changes everything”, something not suitable for the character of the phantom. Also I didn’t like Karimloo’s interpretation of the phantom in the current production and as such I don’t think he will manage to impress me with “Love never dies”. He is too young, his voice lacks that dark, lonesome timbre of others who have taken on this role before. He is Raoul – and he unfortunately stays Raoul even when playing the phantom. However I look forward to “Love never dies”, because I do see what other people are on the creative team for the show – and that 100% guarantees a must see impressive on stage experience.

  4. October 27, 2009 at 6:17 pm

    As many of Musicals lovers I LOVE the Phantom of the Opera! It is my favourite ever… Last year I’ve been in NY & I tried to get my ticket …guess what everything was sold out that show how great the show is. Anyhow I end up getting it from a site through Casatickets.com. Next week I’m going to visit my sister and I just got some pretty good tix from the same place
    http://www.casatickets.com/phantom-of-the-opera-tickets/
    So I’ll be analyzing as well as enjoying the show.

  5. jonas
    October 30, 2009 at 12:58 am

    I think its is an amazing song. If you don’t like it, than thats probably becouse its just not your thing. The music of the night is written in a way that almoste everybody has to agree that it is a wonderfull song. And it is. But Till I hear you sing’s succes will depent on the taste of the people. some will love it (I do!!!) some will not.

    greating Jonas

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