Most Beautiful Songs from the Phantom of the Opera and Love Never DiesBritgirl The Phantom Of The Opera and, some would argue, the sequel Love Never Dies, have the most powerful, moving, and beautiful songs of the musical world.
The Top Ten
So, so beautiful. The duet between Christine and the Phantom. Christine is terrified of this mysterious masked man and yet at the same time, she is curious and powerless to resist his charms.
"Sing once again with me, our strange duet. My power over you grows stronger yet.."
Christine is entranced by Eric as he leads her deeper into to his dark world... - Britgirl
I Love this movie would watch the performance over anything in the world
Timeless masterpiece. This song is beautiful.
Been obsessed since I was 8 with this masterpiece of love and tragedyV 4 Comments
Tells of the night before Christine's wedding To Raoul. She seeks out Eric and declares her love to him. They share their bodies under a moonless sky but he leaves before dawn... - Britgirl
Not that addictive at first but once I hear it a few times, it is so good!
This is the number one song out of all. I could listen to only this song and never get tired of it.
A duet by Christine and Raoul on the roof of the opera house. He is promising to keep her safe and never leave her side. The promises made to each other is what makes it so beautiful. - Britgirl
It is unfathomably beautiful. The melody and brightness of it is what makes it beautiful. The way All I Ask of you hands weightlessly in the air and fills everything with sheer happiness matches the snowy scene of the musical. My ultimate favorite song ever. It fills me with hope and kindness, and I could listen to it for hours on end. I have before.
The best song in the entire show
The hinge of the whole opera.. streaming tears with the beauty of itV 2 Comments
The Phantom is well aware of the power he has over naive young Christine. Her soul rises with the his words "Let your soul take you where you long to be..." and at that moment, she is his. Her soul, heart, mind, spirit. - BritgirlV 2 Comments
Sung by Christine to the Phantom with Raoul watching on. The opening lyrics "Who knows when love begins, who knows what makes it start? One day it's simply there, alive inside your heart..." Everyone can relate to the words, not just Christine. - Britgirl
Love Never Dies is absolutely my favorite. When Christine sang it, it was beautiful. It's also her last solo song before she died and this song will always remind me of her last
This song shows the audience Christine for herself. Not the Christine who is powered by the Phantom, not the Christine who is in love with Raoul. This song shows the audience Christine for who she is and what she is really craving/feeling. This is why it is probably the most breathtaking song in Phantom. Of course, the Christine playing it needs to really pull it off otherwise it won't work. It needs bags of emotion and needs to grab the audience on the first note. For example, Sierra Boggess (Royal Albert Hall performance) performed this song perfectly. It was touching, mesmerising and sounded gorgeous. Christine deserved more solos like this!
I wouldn't say it was my overall favourite song from Phantom, but Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again is definitely the most beautiful and emotional. I've heard this sung live by Harriet Jones and Celinde Schoenmaker in the London production, and oh my, it wants to make me well up, and I'm a very macho type of guy! - imbo1993
Christine at the cemetery where her beloved father is buried. Singing to his grave. So, so, so breathtaking and powerful. - Britgirl
This song has so much emotionV 2 Comments
Sung by Raoul, who is trying to fathom how Christine loves loves him through his drunkeness and gamblimg ways. - Britgirl
This song works on so many levels. Firstly the conspicious sexual nature speaks to connection the Phantom and Christine have. The Phantom and his world of music are part of Christine's sexual awakening and development into maturity that happens to her through the show. It works because in composing the opera and replacing/eliminating Piangi to take his place the Phantom is past the point of no return. He is sadly no longer sane or in control of himself enough to be a viable suitor for Christine she has to break free of him. The style of the music stands out from the rest of the songs. This is so discordant, dark and passionaite a perfect musical symbol of the Phantom in all his glory. If Music of the Night and POTO are the Phantom playing up his mystical supernatural side and the final lair is him at his most insane and vulnerable Point of No Return is the inbetween. It is mysterious but as it goes on there's an intensity to it that shows just how despearte and obsessed the Phantom is ...more
A sexual duet by Christine and The phantom. "When will the blood begin to race? The sleeping bud burst into bloom? When will the flames at last consume us... ? " just crackles with sexual tension between the pair. And of course, it's so beautifully performed and sung. - Britgirl
This song is just so powerful. It is amazing, I love it!
Oh my gosh, I've never heard such a powerful duet in my lifeV 1 Comment
I have recently been very into Broadway musicals, and so far The Phantom of the Opera is my favorite. This song is so lovely and it made me long for someone so badly. "Floating, falling, sweet intoxication/ Touch me, trust me, savor each sensation". What I would do for someone to tell me such things. I really wished The Phantom and Christine had ended up together. The Phantom loved her so deeply. - Supernatural
Easily the most fantastic and simple out-of-this-world song with its soothing lyrics and gentle harmonies.
How is this at the bottom? It's practically POTO's theme song, and my 2nd favorite! (My #1 is Wishing U were Somehow Here Again) So beautiful and powerful especially when sung by Michael Crawford. (I also fantasize about Josh Groban singing this, if nbc did POTO live, he would be the best phantom ever! ) "Let your mind start a journey through a strange new world, leave all thoughts of the life you new before! Let your soul take you where you long to BE! Only then can you belong to me" The phantom sings about his love for Christine and his wish to be with her. He literally sings her to sleep. Aww! See this is why I think THEY should have ended up together! So come on, people, let's get this amazing power ballad to the top 10!
Simply the best one ever!V 2 Comments
This song makes me feel something complex every time I hear it, and I've listened to this song hundreds of times.
This song is amazing, in my opinion it's sung best by the one and only Ramin Karimloo!
Sung alone by The Phantom to an absent Christine. Life and music is meaninless to him without her beautiful voice to sing his music. - Britgirl
Had to sing this for an audition, I could barley hold back my tears.
This song should be higher up on the list.
Sung by Christine.
"Think of me fondly when we've said goodbye..." I cried my eyes from their sockets. Beautiful. - Britgirl
Should be in the top ten! This amazing song from LND is about the phantom showing his world to his son, Gustave. Guatave (who has the most amazing boy soprano EVER)is fascinated, and the phantom is thrilled to find that his son sees music the same way he does, but when he unmasks himself, Gustave screams and runs away. This is no ordinary father-son duet. Prepare to be amazed, and be sure to ROCK OUT!
The parts when Raoul is singing along with everyone else have to be my favorite in the entire musical. He provides such beautiful harmony it always brings tears to my eyes.
This song is so powerful and emotional
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