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Glitter And Be Gay (From Candide)

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  1. Glitter and Be Gay lyrics: Glitter and be gay, That's the part I play; Here I am in Paris, France, Forced to bend my soul To a sordid role, Victimized by bitter, bitter circumstance. Alas for me! Had I .
  2. Jul 16,  · The aria "Glitter and be gay" from "Candide" sung by Diana Damrau at the WM-Concert For those who want to see the video too.
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  4. Apr 01,  · Harolyn Blackwell Cunegonde's aria "Glitter and Be Gay" from Leonard Bernstein's operetta Candide is a performance of a performance, a show-stopping coloratura solo in which the character describes how she has been "forced to bend my soul to a sordid role" of being the caged slave of the Grand Inquisitor and Don Issachar.
  5. Nov 01,  · [(Glitter and Be Gay from Candide)] [Author: Leonard Bernstein] published on (November, ) Sheet music – November 1, out of 5 stars 7 ratings See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions/5(7).
  6. For example, he altered the endings of several numbers, including "Glitter and Be Gay," where he placed chords on off-beats in the manner of Tchaikovsky, whose Fourth Symphony he had just conducted. This revised and renewed version of Candide was presented by the London Symphony Orchestra in concert at the Barbican Centre, London, England, in.
  7. Candide’sgenre is because it has been performed in at least seven different versions, as listed on the official Bernstein website. Regardless of the words and dramatic sequence used, Bernstein’s melodies remain as the source of Candide’senduring popularity, and “Glitter and Be Gay.

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