ON MY OWN from Les Miserables – My Own Rendition

I’ve always been fascinated with broadway songs and musicales. I especially love Ms. Saigon, Phantom of the Opera, Cats, and Les Miserables. You see, when I was still in high school, I’d join choir and theater groups so I can do the thing I love doing the most – SINGING. I even auditioned for a theater arts course in my senior year. Unfortunately, my parents won’t allow me to pursue such career. So instead, they imposed that I take up nursing. So I did…

But having been unable to pursue formal training in singing and theater acting didn’t stop me from singing and performing. I love rendering music using my God-given ability. So I decided to form a band and continue…

People have known me as the vocalist of a pop-rock band, called AMIHAN. But during my free-time, I take the opportunity to learn and sing classical and broadway music. Here’s one I did just an hour ago:

What do you think about it? I hope you guys like it.

Share with me your thoughts. :)

♥ TINA ♥

“Sun and Moon”: My Attempt to Do a Cover of One of Miss Saigon Classic Songs

“You are sunlight and I moon joined here… Brightening the sky with the flame of love… Made of sunlight… Moonlight…”


Awwww… I must say, this is one of the most romantic duet songs ever created by mankind. And the only song which captured my heart and singing fantasies! With Lea Salonga’s meek yet powerful voice, this song will continue to be ingrained in people’s minds forever. :)

Photo from Broadway Musicale Home

Okay, I am going to make a confession right now. Before I did rock music, I used to sing broadway, disney classics, and some classical latin songs. I was part of a chorale group (Glee Club) back in elementary and first year high school so that explains my exposure to such influences. Even though I currently sing for a rock band, I have to admit that I still miss singing songs like this.

Without further ado, here’s my own rendition of Ms. Lea Salonga’s SUN AND MOON. A take by a Ms. Saigon wannabe. :)

(Not as good as Lea’s version. Hope you enjoy listening to it. )

 

* Special thanks to youtube user firsttenor76 for sharing his minus one to the rest of the world. \m/