Annie Jr. in Norway

musicalfan
musicalfan

June 10th, 2008, 9:18 pm #1

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June 10th, 2008, 9:39 pm #2

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old fan
old fan

June 10th, 2008, 10:12 pm #3

It shows how universally popular "Annie" has become, plus the music adapts to so many languages.
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french_girl
french_girl

June 11th, 2008, 10:59 am #4

thanks! i have a few in norwagian (sp)

if you're interested in Annie in other languages, i can translate the songs in hebrew (and write some songs in hebrew too, so you can see how it sounds like - because i don't manage to find it on youtube so i can't show you..). it's a bit wierd because it sounds more modern, hard knock life is a bit disco, and it sounds like they used computer for the orchestra sometimes. but it's till cool and Annie is a tiny bit off tune from time to time but it's ok, miss hannigan is great and grace too.
HKL is different, because miss haningan is part of it too, there's no one immitating her, she's there. and some parts are spoken. so you don't have at all the 1930's feeling you can have by listening to the OBS.
but i like it

so if you want, i will do it when i finnish my exams (end of june)

(for example, for "tomorrow, tomorrow, i love ya, tomorrow, you're only a day away", it's " ha shemesh, ha shemesh, im or, ha shemesh, yagiya machar chadash" and then "tfila el ha shemesh, nashir la la shemesh, ki shemesh hi yom chadash" which means "the sun, the sun, with light, the sun, will come a new tomorrow" and "a prayer fot the sun, we'll sing for the sunn, because sun is a new day")
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Katarina (Norway)
Katarina (Norway)

June 11th, 2008, 12:08 pm #5

They changed the lyrics some places!
(Tror du at de har endret de selv, Elin?)

It's actually a Musical and Dance school outside Oslo who put up this production. So it's not really Annie Jr, as you can see in "Tomorrow". There are grown-ups too =)

Here's a small pic: http://www.kulturbaerum.no/monthview.ph ... 9144257684

- Katarina -
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