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    Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street - Instrumentals (Stephen Sondheim)

    Here's a set of pre-recorded 'live' orchestra instrumentals for Stephen Sondheim's 'Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street'.

    SWEENEY TODD: THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET - [Hidden link. Register to see links.] - (The format posted is all I have them in by the way).

    Whilst these are extremely similar arrangement-wise to the Tim Burton film version, they're not as big for the most part, but do include a lot of additional songs and music that was cut from the film.

    Also, until a proper bootleg of the complete instrumental film score version surfaces (I'm aware of the 'approved mixes' file that was posted on here a while back now), these will have to suffice for now. Enjoy!

    PLEASE NOTE There's two track 15s in the act one folder whereby the one titled 'Ballad of Sweeney Todd Reprise' actually belongs in the act two folder. Anyway, just do a copy and paste job on that to correct the mistake :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by hack3rman View Post
    OMG This is Great!
    I agree and have many more like it including the complete pre-recorded instrumental tracks for the original Broadway cast recording of 'Hairspray'.

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    I personally never really enjoyed harispray. I enjoy the more darker Broadway shows like Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserable, and of course Sweeney Todd!

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    Wonderful!

    I had the pleasure of seeing a stage showing of this when I was in high school. Our drama teacher took us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hack3rman View Post
    I personally never really enjoyed harispray. I enjoy the more darker Broadway shows like Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserable, and of course Sweeney Todd!
    If you like 'Jekyll & Hyde' also, here's a link to a complete set of instrumental tracks that was produced for their 'Jekyll & Hyde Ressurrection' album - [Hidden link. Register to see links.]

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    Quote Originally Posted by phantomman86 View Post
    If you like 'Jekyll & Hyde' also, here's a link to a complete set of instrumental tracks that was produced for their 'Jekyll & Hyde Ressurrection' album - [Hidden link. Register to see links.]
    Good Lord Man! Thank you! Ive completely forgot about this musical! Thank You so much!

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    I've been hoping for exactly this upload since I became aquainted with the show. Thank you so much!
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    Thank you very much for these. Do you have per-chance the backing tracks for "Les Miserable"? That is my all time favorite musical. I went to see that one 3 times. Thanks again for all these great backing tracks they are Ab Fab

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pearlcorderman View Post
    Thank you very much for these. Do you have per-chance the backing tracks for "Les Miserable"? That is my all time favorite musical. I went to see that one 3 times. Thanks again for all these great backing tracks they are Ab Fab

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    I've got 18 tracks from the fairly recent Polish highlights album. However, they're just the orchestra stems minus a few instruments, percussion and keyboards, so are pretty bare in places (they've not been processed/mastered either).

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    Anything you can share from these Orchestral Tracks from Musicals would be a treat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by boosterrr View Post
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    This, so much this! I love you man! :3

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    Instrumental versions... Interesting. Thanks!

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    I LOVE this, VERY much! Definitely an awesome music score without the lyrics!

    The next ones I really wish to have someday like this would be Sound of Music and Little Shop of Horrors!

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    Quote Originally Posted by timedome View Post
    I LOVE this, VERY much! Definitely an awesome music score without the lyrics!

    The next ones I really wish to have someday like this would be Sound of Music and Little Shop of Horrors!
    Both your requests are actually available - i.e. 'The Little Shop of Horrors' UK DVD release has an isolated score track on it (not sans vocals though), and there's an isolated score track on my Blu-Ray copy of 'The Sound of Music' as well (on the commentary track).

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    Thank you for the outstanding shares!

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    Wow - 297 downloads and only a few people bothered to say thanks! Hmmm... there's too many lurkers on this site who just like to grab stuff without saying 'thank you' or sharing anything themselves!
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    Thanks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by phantomman86 View Post
    I agree and have many more like it including the complete pre-recorded instrumental tracks for the original Broadway cast recording of 'Hairspray'.
    sick, man.
    ever hear of REPO: The Genetic Opera? those instrumentals are awesome (would be more awesome if you shared )
    thanks again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stygian XVII View Post
    sick, man.
    ever hear of REPO: The Genetic Opera? those instrumentals are awesome (would be more awesome if you shared )
    thanks again
    What's sick? And no, have never heard of that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phantomman86 View Post
    What's sick?
    It's a colloquialism for "awesome" or "cool".
    it's a compliment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phantomman86 View Post
    What's sick? And no, have never heard of that one.
    your share is sick lol

    ---------- Post added at 10:20 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:20 PM ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Sparktank View Post
    It's a colloquialism for "awesome" or "cool".
    it's a compliment.

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    yeah what you said lol.

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    Wow, I didn't see this post before. Glad I saw it now. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparktank View Post
    It's a colloquialism for "awesome" or "cool".
    it's a compliment.

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    I'm 46! Give me normal English any day!

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