Amy Deeder (threthiel9) wrote,
Amy Deeder

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In which she puts off procrastination...

As promised oh so long ago, here's some much anticipated music downloads. (See, I told you I'd get to them! *fistpump*)

Also, before I get too deep in the download business, I just want to wish a Happy Berfday to Noah Bennet. Because, y'know, it's cool to treat fictional characters like they're real people. And so man_in_glasses (because I can!), here's hoping you have a wonderful birthday, followed by a year of wildly enthusiastic moral greyness we all can enjoy! With lots of hot, hot, horn-rimmed action on the side upfront and clogging my flist.

Now, on to business!

For cazrolime I have the cast album for the episode of 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' titled "Once More, with Feeling". For those of you who aren't into the Buffyverse, well, neither was I. Until this episode. My older sister had me watch it and all of a sudden I joined in with her flailing. (Cast features Sarah Michelle Gellar as Buffy, James Marsters as Spike, Anthony Head as Giles, and Hinton Battle as Sweet.)

1. Overture/Going Through the Motions
2. I've Got a Theory/Bunnies/If We're Together
3. The Mustard
4. Under Your Spell
5. I'll Never Tell
6. The Parking Ticket
7. Rest In Peace
8. Dawn's Lament
9. Dawn's Ballet
10. What You Feel
11. Standing
12. Under Your Spell/Standing (Reprise)
13. Walk Through the Fire
14. Something to Sing About
15. What You Feel (Reprise)
16. Where Do We Go From Here?
17. Coda
18. End Credits (Broom Dance/Grr Arrgh)
19. Main Title
20. Suite from "Restless": Willow's Nightmare/First Rage/Chain of Ancients
21. Suite from "Hush": Silent Night/First Kiss/Enter the Gentlemen/Schism
22. Sacrifice (From "The Gift")
23. Something to Sing About (demo)

cazrolime also asked for Stravinksy's 'Rite of Spring', and along with it I'm including the Suite from 'The Firebird' (1919 version), because it's awesomesauce and she's never heard it. (Shock! Horror!) (Conducted by Leonard Bernstein *flail* and performed by the London Symphony Orchestra *more flailing* and the New York Philharmonic.) Along with that, and just for shits and giggles, I'm including the version of 'Firebird' that the Cavaliers did for their 1997 show. (Because DCI > the world.) (Performed by (from Rosemont, Illinois (\o/!)) THE CAVALIERS!)

1. Introduction
2. Harbingers of Spring
3. Mock Abduction
4. Spring Rounds
5. Games of the Rival Tribes
6. Procession Of The Wise Elder - Adorati
7. Adoration Of The Earth - Dance Of The
8. Introduction
9. Mystic Circles of the Young Girls
10. Glorification of the Chosen Victim
11. Evocation of the Ancestors
12. Ritual Action of the Ancestors
13. Sacrificial Dance

1. Introduction
2. The Firebird & It's Dance
3. Variation of the Firebird
4. The Princesses' Round
5. Infernal Dance Of King Kastchei
6. Lullaby
7. Finale

BONUS: The Firebird - Cavies '97

Once again, cazrolime requested the soundtrack to probably the biggest movie of 1994, Disney's The Lion King. (Cast features Jeremy Irons as Scar and Nathan Lane as Timon.)

1. Circle of Life
2. I Just Can't Wait To Be King
3. Be Prepared
4. Hakuna Matata
5. Can You Feel the Love Tonight
6. This Land
7. ...To Die For
8. Under the stars
9. King of Pride Rock
10. Circle of Life - Elton John cover
11. I Just Can't Wait To Be King - Elton John cover
12. Can You Feel the Love Tonight - Elton John cover

cazrolime (YET AGAIN) requested the 2005 Revival Cast Recording of Sweeney Todd, which will have toi wait until my next music post. (Nelson: HA-ha!) As always, feel free to request anything on my music post, located HERE, (continually updated).
Tags: berfday wishes, dci, flist: cazrolime, flist: man_in_glasses, heroes, lion king, music, musicals

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