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The Count of Monte Cristo

by Various Artists

The Count of Monte Cristo is a musical based on the famed novel of the same name, with influences from the 2002 film adaptation of the book. The music is written by Frank Wildhorn and the lyrics and book are by Jack Murphy.
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Opening (feat. Ensemble)
Colleen Schoots
2:41 album only
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2. When Love Is True
Thomas Borchert, Brandi Burkhardt
3:12 album only
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3. I Will Be There
Thomas Borchert, Brandi Burkhardt
2:31 album only
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4. Everyday a Little Death
Thomas Borchert, Brandi Burkhardt, Patrick Stanke
4:56 album only
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5. A Story Told
Patrick Stanke, Mark Seibert, Mathias Edenborn
4:27 album only
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6. When the World Was Mine
Brandi Burkhardt
2:55 album only
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7. When We Are Kings
Thomas Borchert, Alexander Goebel
3:41 album only
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8. Hell to Your Doorstep
Thomas Borchert
2:57 album only
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9. Ah, Women
Thomas Borchert, Jesper Tyden
2:45 album only
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10. I Know These Eyes
Thomas Borchert, Brandi Burkhardt
3:14 album only
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11. Pretty Lies
Pia Douwes
2:48 album only
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12. All This Time
Brandi Burkhardt
3:00 album only
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13. The Man I Used to Be
Thomas Borchert
3:09 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Frank Wildhorn and Jack Murphy have created a musical version of The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas, père. The show had its world premiere on 14 March 2009 at Theater St. Gallen in Switzerland. Two related videos have been posted at art-tv.ch (in German). The song list for this production has just been added to this site.
The St. Gallen, Switzerland production will return for a third season on 9 October, with performances currently planned through 30 December 2010. Tickets are available through the Theater St. Gallen website. The show's first season ran from 14 March through 13 June 2009 and the second season ran from 3 October 2009 through 5 April 2010. Andreas Gergen directs, Koen Schoots serves as musical director and Melissa King provides choreography, with Kim Scharnberg as orchestrator, Allen Moyer as set designer, Susanne Hubrich as costume designer, Jochen Schmidtke as fight captain and Simon Eichenberger as dance captain. Kevin Schroeder provided the German translation.
The Swiss cast is led by Thomas Borchert as Edmond Dantès/The Count of Monte Cristo. He is joined by Sophie Berner as Mercédès, Carsten Lepper as Fernand Mondego, Christoph Goetten as Gérard von Villefort, Karim Khawatmi as Baron Danglars, Dean Welterlen as Abbé Faria, Kurt Schrepfer as Jacopo, Daniel Berini as Albert von Morcerf, Barbara Obermeier as Valentine, Ava Brennan as Luisa Vampa and André Bauer as Morrel. The ensemble includes Suzanne Carey, Caroline Frank, Ina Wagler, Simon Eichenberger, Matthias Förster, Jochen Schmidtke and Patrick Stamme.
The show played at the Universal Arts Center in Seoul, South Korea, from 21 April through 13 June 2010. Ryu Jung-han (Jekyll & Hyde, Hero), Um Ki-joon (The Three Musketeers) and Shin Sung-rok (Hamlet) shared the title role while Ock Joo-hyun (Chicago) and Cha Ji-yeon (Queen Seondeok) played Mercédès. The cast also includeed Choi Min-chul and Cho Hui as Mondego, Cho Won-hee and Lee Yong-geun as Abbé Faria, Kim Seung-dae and Jeon Dong-seok as Albert, Cho Sun-chang as Villefort, Jang Dae-woong as Danglars, Han Ji-yeon as Luisa, Lee Mi-kyung as Valentine, Lee Jung-soo as Jacopo, and Kim Na-moo as Morrel. Robert Johanson, who was artistic director of the Paper Mill Playhouse in New Jersey for eighteen years, directed.

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