“The Phantom of the Opera” is a song from the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical of the same name. Sarah Brightman helped to inspire her then-husband to write the music and she originated the role of Christine Daae. The song was released as a promotional single performed as a duet with Cockney Rebel’s Steve Harley. Sarah Brightman later performed the song with Michael Crawford in the musical version, which is the version featured on the original London cast recording. This song appears in the musical when the Phantom takes Christine to his underground lair for the first time. Christine’s highest note in the musical in heard in this song when Sarah Brightman ends the song with an E6.
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|Sarah Brightman - The Music of the Night||5:22||23,218|
|Sarah Brightman - Nessun Dorma||3:21||26,444|
|Michael Crawford - The Music Of The Night||5:13||15,168|
|Emma Shapplin - La Notte Etterna||5:46||36,839|
|Emma Shapplin - Aedeus||4:09||18,925|
|Michael Crawford - The Phantom Of The Opera||4:29||11,468|
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