Musical Theatre Style Lesson

by Nemanja Filipovic

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  • Hi GMC. This is my new lesson, and it is called Musical singing in style lesson. In this lesson we will learn how to sing and mix classical and modern singing.

    For this lesson I took one of the greatest stories told in this genre IMO. Inspiration came from musica "Les Miserables". Novel by Victor Hugo.

    Long story short, this is a story focused on the main protagonist and ex-convict Jean Valjean. This is a social story about redemption, love and war.

    This lesson is a mini song that I wrote inspiered by Jean Valjean's life. We will go through the music, lyrics and the structure of this lesson.

    Lesson is E minor, 90 bpm 4/4.


    Bring me back from the past

    Don't let me suffer any more

    It's nobody's fault, it's mine.

    Leave me to be, in this my old years.

    Same for you Valjer(Javert), no one could leave

    behind their pain.

    No one could feel, at all, feel my disgrace

    My world is fallin to end.

    If I could relive all my life

    for you to understand the way

    my way, my way, of saying goodbye.

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