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Let’s get back to today’s feature. I found this interesting stuff from my collection and would like to share it. This is a concert version of a famous “split-personality” solo song - Confrontation from Musical “Jekyll & Hyde”. This version changed arrangements of this song from a solo to a duet, and it was interpreted by Mark Seibert and Patrick Stanke in Frank Wildhorn & Friends Concert.
These two gorgeous soloists took me a totally different feeling of this song and it was quite amazing. Although the change from Jekyll to Hyde is a highlight part of this song when played by the same people, this version showed more conflicting and be even more dramatic and aggressive emotion to me, moreover, the ending duet high patch harmonized with each other perfectly. I’m willing to see Mark Seibert to take the title role of Jekyll & Hyde one day in the future if possible. Even for Patrick, I would like to see him take this role again so many year after, and I believe it will be very sensational. ; )
Wandering through the University of Chicago campus, I couldn’t help but feel jealous of the experience these students have. To walk among the old gothic style architecture and at the same time modern buildings.
A gorgeous campus and surrealy nestled within the city. A town in a town.