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Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. However, no recording contains the entire performance of songs, score and spoken parts as featured on stage; The Complete Symphonic Recording comes closest, but a pair of songs that were cut from the show following the initial London run, as well as one song only present in the Original French Concept Album, are not included. The "Overture" is the opening song and a dramatic instrumental introduction that establishes the setting as Toulon, France, The "Work Song" flows from the "Overture", the former opening with a choir of imprisoned men singing a melody later used in "Look Down" but eventually becoming a dark duet between the prisoner Jean Valjean and the guard Javert.
In early versions, such as in the Original London Recording, the "Overture" was essentially just a minor version of the beginning of "At the End of the Day," but is now almost exclusively played with part of the same melody as the "Work Song" and "Look Down". Sometimes this is the first half of "Valjean Arrested, Valjean Forgiven" , but is commonly known as the first part of "The Bishop of Digne".
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The song contains two parts, the first in which Valjean is invited in by the Bishop and steals the silver, the second, where Valjean is caught by two constables. The former is often cut out of recordings. When the both parts are played, the song is usually known as "The Bishop of Digne". The music of "At the End of the Day" is fast and intricate, with different melodies coinciding as sung by various groups of poor women and men, female workers, solos by certain workers, and repetitious instrumentation.
Most of the music is soft and melancholic, but towards the end becomes louder and taut with frustration and anguish as she cries aloud about the wretched state of her life and her unfair mistreatment. It is followed by "Fantine's Arrest" and sometimes the two are counted as one song. Fantine, now unemployed, wanders to the docks where she eventually turns to prostitution to survive. It follows " Lovely Ladies " the two are sometimes counted as one song. Valjean's appearance in the song is sometimes referred to as "Valjean's Intervention". This song is followed by " The Runaway Cart ". The chorus, Fauchelevent, and Valjean sing the first with instrumental parts.
Valjean sings the second one and Javert on a medium-paced tune often picked up by Javert or other policemen first sung in " Valjean Arrested, Valjean Forgiven ". The song is cut heavily or left completely out in most recordings. It is rather slow-paced, and shares a melody with Valjean's solo in "One Day More," as well as the ten-years-later sequence after the Prologue.
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It is followed by " The Confrontation ". It is slow-paced and the tune is very soft. It has the same melody as the more famous " On My Own ". It follows " Come to Me " and is followed by "Castle on a Cloud". The song is low and slow-paced. The instrumentation behind the vocals is the same as in the " Work Song ", the melody partly also picks up that song.
The song's highlight is Javert and Valjean singing in counterpoint , with the lead alternating. She sings about a castle where she does not have to sweep floors and a lady all in white looks after her. Cosette is walking alone in the woods with a bucket of water. Valjean arrives and Cosette sees him. Valjean tells her to not be afraid. He asks for her name and Cosette tells him.
He takes the bucket for her and walks her back to the inn. Much of the number is often cut from recordings. The latter part of "The Waltz of Treachery" is largely instrumental. It flows directly into "Look Down". The song "explains what happens when Valjean takes Cosette from the inn and looks after her".
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