Alain Boublil/Claude-Michel Schonberg: Bring Him Home (Les Miserables) - TTBB

Books | TTBB, Piano Accompaniment

Publisher: Hal Leonard
Format: Sheet Music | Vocal Work
Valjean’s gentle and moving solo in Les Miserables has been skillfully arranged for Choir of Men’s Voices (TTBB) with Piano accompaniment by John Leavitt. Taken from the ever-popular musical, Bring Him Home is a beautifully emotive song, which is guaranteed to move your audience.
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
Published on: 20 April 2001
No of pages: 8
Language: English
Catalogue No: AM971212
 
     

      Alain Boublil/Claude-Michel Schonberg: Bring Him Home (Les Miserables) - TTBB reviews verified by reevooReevoo

      Quality of content
      9.0
      Value for money
      9.0
      Overall rating
      9.0
      Scores 9.0 out of 10 based on 2 reviews
      10 out of 10

      Allan

      Melton Mowbray GB nothing
      +
      Nice for MVC choirs
      Reviewer left no comment
      Confirmed purchase: 25 March 2014
      Published on: 22 June 2014

      Musicroom Reviews

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      3
      A tricky one to attempt with younger, changed male voices - a demanding range. The 'oohs' are a bit cheesy!
      Anonymous - ()
      4
      if you want to get the feel-good factor at your next rehearsal, buy john leavett's take on "bring him home". overcomplication is the mistake some arrangers make, but not this guy. so, if you want something that breaks into 4 parts at times, but can be whipped up in a few rehearsals we can recommend this enjoyable arrangement. it'll be a winner with your singers and audiences alike.
      Anonymous - (barry. south wales)
      3
      Piano accompaniment fine, but had to change some of the rhythms to take this piece back to original format (so it sounded like the original) when I performed this with my choir. Why don't music arrangers stick to the the original?
      Anonymous - (Exeter, United Kingdom)
      4
      Just what we needed for our small group.
      Anonymous - (Wilmslow, United Kingdom)