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News Decca Broadway to Release Les Miz Highlights On Jan. 28 Decca Broadway will release "Les Misérables—Highlights," a new CD featuring selections from the original Broadway cast recording of the famed, long-running musical.

The 17-track CD boasts such theatre favorites as Colm Wilkinson, who created the role of Valjean both in London's West End and on Broadway; Judy Kuhn, the three-time Tony nominee who was Broadway's first Cosette; Terrence Mann, who returns to the role of Javert Feb. 4; Frances Ruffelle, who won a Tony Award for her role as Eponine; and Broadway veteran Randy Graff, who portrays the ill-fated Fantine. Based on Victor Hugo's classic novel, Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg's Les Misérables concerns the struggles of Jean Valjean and the self-righteous Inspector Javert. The musical, featuring additional lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer, bowed on Broadway on March 12, 1987, and will end its record-breaking run March 15, three days after the production celebrates its 16th anniversary on The Great White Way.

The complete track listing for "Les Misérables—Highlights" — featuring highlights from the Grammy-winning original Broadway cast recording — follows:

Overture/"Work Song" (Chain Gang, Terrence Mann & Colm Wilkinson)
"I Dreamed a Dream" (Randy Graff)
"Who Am I?" (Colm Wilkinson)
"Castle on a Cloud" (Donna Vivino)
"Master of the House" (Jennifer Butt, Leo Burmester and customers)
"Stars" (Terrence Mann)
"Do You Hear the People Sing?" (Michael Maguire and company)
"A Heart Full of Love" (Judy Kuhn, David Bryant and Frances Ruffelle)
"One Day More" (The Company)
"On My Own" (Frances Ruffelle)
"A Little Fall of Rain" (Frances Ruffelle and David Bryant)
"Drink With Me" (Anthony Crivello, students and women)
"Bring Him Home" (Colm Wilkinson)
"Javert's Suicide" (Terrence Mann)
"Empty Chairs at Empty Tables" (David Bryant)
Wedding Chorale/"Beggars at the Feast" (Guests, Jennifer Butt, Leo Burmester)
Finale (The Company)

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