FROLLO: Clopin puppet: They don't? Stephen Schwartz

Clopin: Morning in Paris, the city awakes

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Just who that might be is for you to decide.

Your Sanctuary

The city's the toll of the bells

Were iron as much as the bells Clopin: How did he come to be there?

Sanctuary and our home. The fisherman fishes, the bakerman bakes At a figure whose clutches Long years ago did this story begin

It is a tale, a tale of a man and a monster. // ]]> Archdeacon: You can lie to yourself and your minions Here, Frollo takes the bundle out of her hands but, in doing so, strikes a blow to her head with his boot, causing her to fall down onto the stone steps, breaking her neck and killing her.

Me? I may not have saved my brother, but I will save this… thing. And teach him at my knee I will take this… thing and look after it. cf_page_artist = "Hunchback of Notre Dame";


He sees a well and attempts to drown the baby, as he believes it is a demon from Hell, but is stopped by the Archdeacon, who tells Frollo that he has killed an innocent woman and that, if he wishes for the survival of his immortal soul, he must raise the child as his own. It is quickly learned that Quasimodo is the mysterious bell-ringer. And let us agree never to speak of what has happened here today.

The bells of Notre Dame

Like a son to Notre Dame

The fisherman fishes, the bakerman bakes ARCHDEACON: When Quasimodo's mother amongst gypsies is seen carrying a bundle, a guard attempts to confiscate it, prompting her to flee. //
ARCHDEACON:

The Hunchback of Notre Dame I will keep and care for him

It has music by Alan Menken, lyrics by Stephen Schwartz, and book by James Lapine. Jehan: Enough, Claude! FROLLO: Congregation: And the Saints regarded Frollo

Jehan: There is no one else! Frollo: What must I do?

Lord help us! (song stops, speaking segment begins) Clopin: What is he? Till he was named the Archdeacon at last Cried the Archdeacon. Guard: You there, what are you hiding?

CLOPIN: And who better to tell you this story than someone who knows it best of all. Where?

Now, to hear these bells is to be reminded of an extraordinary time, when this lowly bellringer brought Paris to its knees. Gypsy Mother: Please, please be quiet. Clopin: Clopin will tell you. cf_flex = true;

https://disneymusical.fandom.com/wiki/The_Bells_of_Notre_Dame?oldid=8746. Now you would add this child's blood to your guilt



He then talks about a story that goes back twenty years where a group of gypsies attempted to ferry their way into Paris, but a trap had been laid and they are captured by Judge Claude Frollo and several soldiers.

Where? For his immortal soul Away from Notre Dame Frollo: Look after him? But, I must warn you in advance. But Father— Frollo: Anywhere.

You are about to see an ugly monster. To the little bells soft as a psalm

Spring: Disney's Easter Wonderland Barge Driver: Four guilders for safe passage into Paris Congregation: Morning in Paris, the city awakes

But you never can run from

On the steps of Notre Dame? Just who that might be is for you to decide.

A hunchback and his master. Bells of Notre Dame! When Quasimodo's mother amongst gypsies is seen carrying a bundle, a guard attempts to confiscate it, prompting her to flee. The song details about Quasimodo's origin.

This misshapen monster can have no life here!
In the eyes of God Far away… During the song, Clopin tells young children about the mysterious bell-ringer of Notre Dame.

(speaking) The bell tower, perhaps. Archdeacon: Live here? And some say the soul of

You can claim that you haven't a qualm So many colors of sound, so many changing moods. Listen, they are beautiful, aren't they? Frollo: This is a child of Satan! It is a grand, atmospheric way to open one of Disney's darker and more dramatic animated films. Quasimodo's father: Shut it up, will you!

Clopin: But a trap had been laid for the Gypsies



See what that gypsy has in her hands.

This is a child of Satan! Clopin: And for one time in his life

What are you hiding?

Let him live with you, in your church. The Bells of Notre Dame (Part 1) - Congregant Soprano 1 Practice Track - The Hunchback of Notre Dame ... Support Musical Theatre Practice Tracks on Patreon! One of the most powerful officials in Paris was the Minister of Justice.

The fisherman fishes, the bakerman bakes Frollo: (speaking) I am guiltless. The bells of Notre Dame

The musical begins as the bells of Notre Dame resound through the famed cathedral in 15th-century Paris. And Notre Dame once more will be

He reluctantly does so and raises the baby in the bell tower of Notre Dame and gives him a cruel name, Quasimodo, which, according to Clopin, means "half-formed". Chorus: Kyrie, Eléison (Lord, have mercy)

No, there is a bellringer. The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Original Soundtrack)Disney Greatest Musicals To the Bells of Notre Dame Justice Frollo was a man Clopin: (bonks puppet on the head) Hush!

Not just your body, but your soul What makes a monster and what makes a man? Of use to me Casting "The Bells of Notre Dame: A New Musical-in-Concert," based on Victor Hugo's novel Notre Dame de Paris. Here, he takes the bundle out of her arm, but, in doing so, strikes a blow to her head with his boot, causing her to fall down onto the stone steps, breaking her neck and killing her. Alan Menken

Please, please be quiet. At a figure whose clutches Quasimodo: What makes a monster and what makes a man? A new musical based on the Victor Hugo novel and songs from the Disney film

…Let me take you back. Frollo: Jehan! Dies iræ, dies illa

Please Sir, I only come into the city seeking help for my baby!

Quando Judex est venturus (When the Judge is come)

Bells of Notre Dame! Chorus: Olim, olim, Deus accelere (Someday, someday, God speed) So many colors of sound, so many changing moods Archdeacon: Very well.

Father Dupin: Sorry Claude, but I've no choice Congregation: To the little bells soft as a psalm

And let us agree never to speak of what has happened here today. To the big bells as loud as the thunder

Chorus: Sing the bells, bells, bells, bells, bells, bells, bells, bells, bells, bells, bells… Congregation: And Frollo gave the child a name. You there!