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Hunchback of Notre Dame Original recording remastered, Soundtrack

4.6 out of 5 stars 25 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 1 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Soundtrack
  • Label: Universal Music Canada
  • Run Time: 91 minutes
  • ASIN: B000001M31
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 25 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,844 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Out of print in the U.S.! Digitally remastered reissue of the soundtrack to the 1996 Disney animated motion picture composed by Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz. Features tracks by Bette Midler, All Four One, Tom Hulce and other cast members. Disney.

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Alan Menken's score to "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" is surely one of his finest among the Disney Renaissance. What a shame he did not win the Academy Award for it! Stephen Schwartz's lyrics bring even more emotional resonancy to the songs, and his relationship with Menken is clearly a strong one.

This is dark, comic, and ultimately beautiful score that showcases the genius of its composer fully. Together with the lyricism of Schwartz and the impressive voice talent, most especially Tony Jay and Tom Hulce, the score to the HOND is a modern classic. Like the film it is an unforgettable work that deserves to be lauded for its pure beauty.
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By A Customer on Aug. 16 1999
Format: Audio CD
Wow, what to say about this movie? It is by far my favourite movie now, above Titanic and Braveheart both. I saw the movie in the theater when it first came out instead of ID4 and I fell in love with the soundtrack then. My favourite song on this ("The Bells of Notre Dame") still brings tears to my eyes when I hear it (the reprise as well), and I have probably heard it 1000 times now. "Heaven's Light / Hellfire" is incredible... beautiful and chilling, inspiring and haunting (just like love). When I hear "Hellfire" it gives me chills. This soundtrack is just as good as the movie, in fact I think that it makes the movie complete. I am recommending it to all of my friends (I am 20) and they all look at me funny. Being the Mommy of a wonderful 2 year old I get sick and tired of Disney stuff, but this will always be an exception (however although she loves the music I do feel that this movie was meant for a much more mature audience). This soundtrack will move you, and will tap into the deepest, darkest and most sensitive parts of your heart.
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This is probably got to be one of the best Disney musicals there is. The music is absolutely superb! So haunting and mysterious at times it almost makes you weep. The music by Alan Menken and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz are absolutely wonderful. Though on this show I would have liked to hear Stephen Schwartz do both music and lyrics, because I absolutely love Stephen Schwartz, and also just to have a change in the constant Alan Menken musicals, I think that they both pulled this off wonderfully. Not that I have anything againt Alan Menken. I love him too! Anyway, the music is so awesome! This is probably the darkest of the Disney flicks. I was also really surprised and delighted to see Paul Kandel as the clown-guy in the show too! And Tom Hulce does all his own singing, thank God. But this music is just the best it has gotten with Disney. And unlike a lot of other modern Disney musicals now and days, it doesn't have a lack of songs. It has a lot more than the newer Disney stuff. So I really suggest you buy this. Also, don't pay attention to the song listing at the top, there are a whole lot of other songs, but for some reason it doesn't list them. And when you click on a sample, it gives you the wrong song. So pay no mind to the song listing samples above.
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By A Customer on July 13 1998
Format: Audio CD
Ok, so the Hunchback of Notre Dame hasn't been the most popular movie Disney's made, but the soundtrack has some real jems. Who can't resist the infectious melody of "Topsy Turvy" or bask in the beautifully haunting "Bells of Notre Dame"? This soundtrack, like the movie, is a tad inconsistant but the good songs are really, really good and for the most part, outweigh the bad. Maybe one reason why the Hunchback isn't as popular is because, unlike most other Disney soundtracks where the heros and nice sidekicks got the memorable songs, in the Hunchback, it's the darker songs that steal the show. "Hellfire", thanks to the rich tones of Tony Jay absolutly blazes with passionate intensity. "The Court of Miracules" is a bit of pure, bouncy, deathly, fun and the Latin chants are hair-raising. What do the good guys get? Well there's "God Help the Outcasts" ("I ask for nothing/I can get by." If she's asking for ! ! nothing, why is she singing?!?), ever-irratating "Guy Like You" (What can be worse than singing gargoyals?) and sappy "Out There" (All you can say is poooooor Quasi, why didn't you get better lyrics?). The two ending piece are decent. Save but boring. So why am I giving this cd 4 stars? Buy, borrow, find this cd at your library and listen to "Bells of Notre Dame ", "Topsy Turvy", "Heaven's Light/Hellfire", "Court of Miracules" and all the incidental music, then try not to listen to them again. IT'S IMPOSSIBLE!!! So what if "God Help the Outcasts" is the worst song a Disney Heroine has ever sung? That what they made your cd skip button for. ;-)
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By A Customer on Aug. 28 1998
Format: Audio CD
True, it's one of Disney's darker films, not one you'll enjoy on days when you're in a good mood:) But the music is purely ingenious (not counting "Guy like you", eesh.) Bells of Notre Dame is a spine-chilling, compelling piece. Topsy-Turvy and Court of Miracles are pure fun. Then there's Out There and God Help the Outcasts, both very "yearning" songs which work when one is in the right mindset. And of course "Heaven's Light/Hellfire" (I have the tape, and it's one piece there) The transition between those two, from triumph to anguish in just a few seconds of music, is amazing and somewhat creepy. Then of course there's the wonderful Schwartz score, topped off with eerie Latin chants. And that song at the end, Someday... I could go on and on. In short, this is a VERY good s/track. -raksh
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