The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Composer: Leonard Moses
Librettist: Richard Stein
Premiere Date: August 09, 1997
Producing Company: International School of Music, Summer Music Festival
Description: In 15th century France, Quasimodo (a deaf hunchback), bellringer for the Cathedral of Notre Dame, is befriended by a gypsy girl. A priest, smitten with the girl, is rejected by her; the priest has the girl hung for a murder he himself committed. Quasimodo kills the priest but is mortally wounded in the struggle. Dying, he finds the girl's body, and they are united forever.
Length: 01:50
Chorus: Chorus
Musical Style: Romantic, melodious, leaning toward classical Broadway
Contact: Leonard Moses
Phone: 410-268-6970
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