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Les Misérables: 25th Anniversary Concert

Les Misérables: 25th Anniversary Concert

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Reflection Paper on Les Misérables: 25th Anniversary Concert
Reflection Paper on Les Misérables: 25th Anniversary Concert

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Published by: Tonette Reparejo Santillan on Jul 29, 2013
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Les Misérables: 25
Anniversary Concert
(Reflection Paper)
by: Poll Anthony R. Santillan
Les Misérables: 25
Anniversary Concert, I can say, is one of the best musical concertsin the world. Sometimes, we find movies deadening especially if it does not suit your interests. I propose a toast to the person who produced this then for making Les Misérables arousing or holding the attention of the people through a form of a concert. I can give this concert a 10 for making it a successful one. True, indeed, that Les Misérables never cease to deliver such aheartfelt act.
The concert utilized the same plot from the novel. All scenes were performed with an
arrangement. What I’m trying to explain is that the concert did follow the orders of how the
scenes happened in the novel. However, the concert was just a sum-up of the crucial occurrencesin the novel.One dominant element in the concert is music also. The concert, I can say, is a good onefor the reason that the concert itself relies on the energy of the band and their ability tocommunicate with the audience. I am a person who loves music. The songs in the concert were
sang naturally as if they becharmed the audience’s hearts.
An ensemble of three hundred performers and musicians all took part and added for the success of the concert.The actions or movements of the actors are controlled or performed in a highlyconventionalized manner. Their actions or movements are suitable for their assigned roles.
Upon examination of the concert, it is clearly evident the elements of Forgiveness, Self Sacrifice, and Courage are only a few of the main themes the concert or the write of the novelitself, Hugo wanted to develop.
The first example of this was at the very beginning, when Jean Valjean stayed with the bishop. Valjean stole his silver and ran off. He ends up being caught by police, but when the police questioned the bishop, he claimed to have given the silver to Valjean. Jean was

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