Les Misérables Soundtrack List

Les Misérables Movie (2012) Soundtrack List – Tracklist – OST – Listen to Original Theme Music from the TV Series, score list, all songs list – playlist, who sings them, including end credits. Les Misérables Soundtrack Information: Music composed by Claude-Michel Schonberg
Soundtrack release date: December 26
Label: Universal Republic
Lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer The songs were performed by the cast members, some of them are Hugh Jackman, Anne Hathaway, Russell Crowe, Amanda Seyfried, Eddie Redmayne, Samantha Barks, Sacha Baron Cohen and Colm Wilkinson.
The original song “Suddenly” composed by Schonberg and has lyrics by Alain Boublil. Below you can view the complete Les Misérables Soundtrack list: 1. Look Down – Hugh Jackman
2. The Bishop – Colm Wilkinson
3. Valjean’s Soliloquy – Hugh Jackman
4. At The End Of The Day – Hugh Jackman
5. I Dreamed A Dream – Anne Hathaway
6. The Confrontation – Hugh Jackman
7. Castle On A Cloud – Isabelle Allen
8. Master Of The House – Sacha Baron Cohen
9. Suddenly – Hugh Jackman
10. Stars – Russell Crowe
11. ABC Cafe / Red And Black – Eddie Redmayne
12. In My Life / A Heart Full Of Love – Amanda Seyfried
13. On My Own – Samantha Banks
14. One Day More – Les Misérables Cast
15. Drink With Me – Eddie Redmayne
16. Bring Him Home – Hugh Jackman
17. The Final Battle – Les Misérables Cast
18. Javert’s Suicide – Russell Crowe
19. Empty Chairs At Empty Tables – Eddie Redmayne
20. Epilogue – Amanda Seyfried Les Misérables Film information:
Genre: Drama | Musical | Romance
Release Date: 25 December 2012 (USA)
Movie length: 157 min
Director: Tom Hooper Movie Plot: In 19th-century France, Jean Valjean, who for decades has been hunted by the ruthless policeman Javert after he breaks parole, agrees to care for factory worker Fantine’s daughter, Cosette. The fateful decision changes their lives forever. Below you can listen to some of the songs featured in Les Misérables Soundtrack:

Trailer songs (full tracks) I Dreamed A Dream - Anne Hathaway

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  • luisa alvarez says:

    the movie’s music is incredible i am a disable person and i cannt hardly walk and need a lift for my motor chair but i will give anything for see it on stage, please tell me where i can but the sound track. Thank you.

  • Meg says:

    So sad a little fall of rain was not on here 🙁 yes I do feel pain Monsieur Marius!

  • Tim says:

    Do You Hear The People Sing is the last song in the Epilouge

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  • sanny says:

    I was kinda dissapointed by the soundtrack. I would’ve definatly liked to have seen more songs on it, especialy, oh I don’t know, one with Gavroche?? You only hear him once in Drink with me! Lovely Ladies, Little Drop of Rain, and Gavroche’s Look Down would’ve been good. Also WHO AM I. OMG HOW COULD THEY NOT HAVE WHO AMI I?!?!

  • Caitlin says:

    I wish Lovely Ladies was on here

  • yvonne mcdonald says:

    love the album the only thing i didn’t like was a little fall of rain wasn’t on it

  • dhanieliene says:

    The soundtrack is beautiful. The artists are amazing. The movie is a hit. 🙂
    Although the stage is much more phenomenal than the movie, I can still say that the movie is a good alternative to those who can’t watch a live performance of Les Miserables. The artists have given the songs a new life and made it more popular to today’s generation. Sam Barks is an amazing performer and she lived up to the expectations of her role. And her voice is very beautiful, even if she screams I think all I can hear are angels singing. Haha. ;p
    It actually surprised me that Anne Hathaway and Hugh Jackman can sing that heavenly. I could feel every emotion they were feeling. And with Sacha Baron Cohen and Helena Carter for the inn keeper and his wife, who could ask for more. The one chosen to play Gavroche was also amazing. Although I like the in the 25th anniversary stage show more, I still found the one in the movie adorable.
    The movie in total was a success. If they aimed to make the audience cry, laugh and hang on to their seats, well they certainly did that. My heart ached for Fantine, and Eponine. Two ladies who did everything for love. A mothers love knows no bounds. I also loved the scene when Javert placed his medal on Gavroche. It was very moving. I want to say more, but maybe that will be too much..
    LES MISERABLES is a classic that will never get old. Thumbs up to everyone who made it a marvelous movie to watch.

  • TRAVELLOR says:

    I saw the stage show 5 times and have the original cd and both dvd’s of the anniversary concerts. The film was brilliant however I have not bought the soundtrack because the singing, although good for the film, cannot possibly match the singing from the stage show. This was just my personal choice as to have the film at long last was just great.

  • clive says:

    I am a great fan of the show and thought the movie was sensational and a fitting complement to the stage show – I think the album is really nice as long as you can relate it to the film but I don’t think some of the performances are right for CD as they lack some of the vocal quality of the original stage show cast recording. IN film they were right I just not sure it holds up as a stand alone piece of work, and why have they left the whole arrival in Paris including Gavroche’s main number off the CD? I will say that Sam Barks stands at the top of the 8 or so different portrayals I have seen – she was fantastic and brought Eponine to life in a way that few have. Russell Crowe was so perfect for the part but it was a shame that his vocals were weak (IMHO) in the film it workded but on CD it is much more obvious when you compare with other Javert’s – the magnificent Stars sadly became nothing more than a nice song in the show.

  • sanco says:

    what an amazing soundtrack! this could be the best and most popular soundtrack of this year already! it is ranked number 1 on US top 200.I do not like it because of that, I love it because the artists are singing beautiful songs.
    Les Misérables indeed becomes a musical phenomenon


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