Why does Christine sing Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again?

Why does Christine sing Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again?

This song was written by Charles Hart, R. Stilgoe, and Andrew Lloyd Webber in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera musical and 2004 film. It’s about how Christine was mourning her father’s death, still seven years later, as she slowly and somberly walked through the cemetery to her father’s grave.

What Pink Floyd song sounds like Phantom of the Opera?

Pink Floyd were featured on an episode of the BBC1 programme 24 Hours discussing bootleg recordings, which showed them rehearsing “Echoes” in Abbey Road. “Echoes” features a prominent instrumental riff which is identical to the main theme in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s 1986 musical The Phantom of the Opera.

Who is actually singing in The Phantom of the Opera?

All of the principal actors sang in the film except for Minnie Driver. Most of the actors have a background in musicals or opera, but Driver (a skilled singer) had no experience in opera and was dubbed by Margaret Preece, a singing teacher from Solihull, UK.

Why is Phantom of the Opera so famous?

The music is undoubtedly another major reason as to why the show is so popular. With classic songs such as ‘The Phantom of the Opera’, ‘Angel of Music’ and ‘The Music of the Night’, the show has arguably one of the best musical scores, with every song being memorable and adding its own layer and flare to the story.

Who originated Phantom of the Opera?

The Phantom of the Opera

One of the five watercolors by André Castaigne illustrating the first American edition of the Phantom of the Opera (1911).
Author Gaston Leroux
Original title Le Fantôme de l’Opéra
Country France
Language French

What is the range of Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again?

Title: Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again
By: Hayley Westenra
Instruments: Voice, range: A3-G5 Piano
Scorings: Piano/Vocal/Chords Singer Pro
Original Published Key: G Minor

Did Phantom of the Opera copied Pink Floyd?

The song “The Phantom of the Opera” has an incredibly memorable opening riff. It’s repeated several times over the course of the musical. Roger Waters of Pink Floyd claims the track’s riff comes from one of his band’s songs.

What note does Christine hit in Phantom?

It takes place as the Phantom escorts Christine by boat to his lair beneath the Opera Garnier. It is sung as a duet by Christine and the Phantom. At the end of the song, Christine sings her highest note in the show, an E6.

Did Andrew Lloyd Webber steal Phantom?

Webber was speaking in his own defense in the seemingly never-ending David and Goliath battle, in which unknown songwriter Ray Repp asserts the musical theatre titan stole the melody for the title theme of Phantom of the Opera from Repp’s 1978 song “Till You.” Lloyd Webber denied plagiarizing the song from Repp.