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Comments about the soundtrack for The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Alan Menken)
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Awe inspiring   Wednesday, April 24, 2002 (8:09 p.m.) 

I admit it...I was a "Hunchback" hater. Having first seen the movie when I was 13 and deeming it "too dark" I hadn't given it another chance until this past February and...geez louise, I could kick myself in the head for not have realizing what a piece of work this entire film is. I never seem to run out of praise for the absolutely amazing vocals done by Paul Kandel as Clopin (I wish *I* could sing that well), the soaring highs and lows of Alan Menkins score, Stephen Schwartz' ingenius's true, "whatever their pitch you can feel them bewitch you, the rich and the ritual knells, of the bells of Notre Dame."

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the most beautifully written score ever!   Saturday, May 25, 2002 (12:35 a.m.) 

when i first saw the movie,i was like"hey,there's something new!"until now,i found that this movie is the greatest among all disney's cartoons
ever shown..the is the 'key' to the favourite track would be 'the bells of notre dame' know what ,all of my friends agreed that the songs in the movie are unique and hyptonizing (regardless of the dies illa thingy)

so i wuld like to congrulate alan menken and all the casts who have contributed their voices in this guys rock!!!!!

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