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PostSubject: Looking forward to learning more about this musical!   Fri Jun 08, 2012 11:20 pm

Hello Notre Dame de Paris fans! I'm a pretty new fan having only found the musical a few months ago on youtube. I'd heard of it before but never pursued it since it was in French and I assumed it would be inaccessible to me, not realizing it was available with subtitles. Since discovering it I've been pretty infatuated with the music, though to be honest I think the show itself is kind of lacking, especially in its narrative.

I've really fallen in love with the Spanish production and hope to learn more about that version in particular! Tahis has easily become my favorite voice for Esmeralda of those I've heard.
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PostSubject: Re: Looking forward to learning more about this musical!   Fri Jun 08, 2012 11:21 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Looking forward to learning more about this musical!   Sat Jun 09, 2012 12:57 am

Hello! Pleasure to meet you!

I quite agree with you: while it's a good musical, there are several issues that I have with the musical (of which I hope to discuss with other members). Nonetheless, I still adore it! Not too many know of the Spanish production, which is quite underrated. Welcome to the Notre Dame de Paris fandom!

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PostSubject: Re: Looking forward to learning more about this musical!   Sat Jun 09, 2012 5:15 am

Hey there! I'm a new fan too, I discovered the musical just a few months ago!!
Ah, you know the Spanish production too? (do you speak Spanish? Very Happy) I actually enjoyed it pretty much, Daniel Anglès is one of my favourite Gringoires!
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PostSubject: Re: Looking forward to learning more about this musical!   Sat Jun 09, 2012 1:40 pm

undyingly wrote:
Hello! Pleasure to meet you!

I quite agree with you: while it's a good musical, there are several issues that I have with the musical (of which I hope to discuss with other members). Nonetheless, I still adore it! Not too many know of the Spanish production, which is quite underrated. Welcome to the Notre Dame de Paris fandom!
That sounds good, I'd love to discuss the good and bad of the show!

musicskies wrote:
Hey there! I'm a new fan too, I discovered the musical just a few months ago!!
Ah, you know the Spanish production too? (do you speak Spanish? Very Happy) I actually enjoyed it pretty much, Daniel Anglès is one of my favourite Gringoires!
I'm half Mexican but unfortunately the only Spanish I speak I learned in school. I understand it well enough to follow the Spanish version about 75% and the rest I can fill in either from the original lyrics or spanishdict.com. I love Daniel Anglès! His voice is phenomenal and I wish I could find some photos of him in the role.
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