So I got the soundtrack to The Woman in White
back in November, pre-ordered off Amazon. And I'm finally listening to it now. I'd forgotten a number of things, mostly:
~ how utterly frelling amazing
some of the music is, in every way
~ how completely perfect both Maria Friedman and Michael Crawford are in their respective roles.
~ the many different OTPs that can be gathered from it - I'm spoilt for choice!
~ the Anne Catherick woman is terrifying. In a good way, but still. And she's remarkably similar to the Laura woman, in looks and
voice. Scary. They'll be hard pressed to manage that next time.
~ just. Just wow.collie_wing
, I think I should copy this for you. You have to hear it. Like now. Though that would entail typing out the libretto, too... but it's a small price to pay... What do you say? Want a copy?
Guh. Now I remember why I was dissolving into my seat for the entire thing...