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Humming Chorus (From Madame Butterfly)

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  1. Jun 18,  · Has anyone else noticed the similarity between the Humming Chorus in Madama Butterfly and "Bring Him Home" from Les Miz? I have a feeling it is not purely coincidental, as the two scenes are longing for someone missing. I'd like to know if anyone else is of the same opinion. Oct, #2.
  2. Madama Butterfly Alt ernative. Title Tragedia giapponese Composer Puccini, Giacomo: I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. No. IGP 7 Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 2 or 3 acts (depending on version): Act I Dovunque al mondo (Pinkerton) Vieni la sera (Pinkerton, Butterfly) Bimba dagli occhi pieni di malia (Pinkerton, Butterfly).
  3. Humming Chorus from Madame Butterfly: Puccini: Help Opus Details For feedback and questions, please contact Victor Gomersall.: Madame Butterfly is based on a play by Belasco, which in turn is based on a true story about a Japanes Geisha girl who is .
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  5. And here is the "Humming Chorus" from Madame Butterfly. I am absolutely convinced that this is the inspiration for "Bring Him Home." Not just because of how similar they sound (listen particularly at the second mark), or the Madame Butterfly connection, but how the last notes as it builds to a high crescendo finish spot-on the same. 18 Comments.
  6. Humming Chorus (From "Madame Butterfly") (Coro a bocca chiusa/Summ-Chor/Chœur à bouche fermée) by Various artists. MP3 Download Listen with Music Unlimited. Or £ to buy MP3 album. Humming Chorus (Madama Butterfly) by Classical Masters Orchestra. MP3 Download.
  7. When Puccini turned the play into his famous opera in , he wrote the remarkable ‘Humming Chorus” to accompany this special effects sequence. Seattle Opera’s chorus sings this beloved music from the “Red Rooms” above the boxes for a remarkable acoustic affect. They (and the orchestra) are conducted by Carlo Montanaro.

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