Angel of Music – Phantom of the Opera

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Sung by the talented Emily Rossum for the film adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber's "The Phantom of the Opera" - the song "Angel of Music" is an understated tune, offering one the most memorable melodic hooks from the score.

It's lovely to play on any instrument, whimsical and bouncy, great fun for beginners and intermediates - enjoy! :)

 

CHRISTINE:

^C - B       A         G      F   E     E-A
Father once spoke of an Angel

A    G    F        F         E        D-E
I used to dream he'd appear

^C    B   A   G   F   E       E        A
Now as I sing I can sense him

A     B   ^C     ^E     ^D
And I know he's here...

 

^E    ^D  ^C    ^D      B     A    ^D   B-G
Here in this room, he calls me softly

^E - ^D          ^C-G      E-^C
Somewhere inside, hiding

^E-^D     ^C  ^D      B      A -^D     B      G
Somehow I know he's always with me

^E   ^D    ^C-G     E-^C
He, the unseen genius..!

 

MEG:

^C - B          A        G         F        E          E - A
Christine you must have been dreaming

A - G        F      F        E         D        E
Stories like this can't come true

^C  -  B            A        G - F     E     E-A
Christine you're talking in riddles

A        B   ^C   ^E   ^D
And it's not like you!

 

CHRISTINE:

^E-^D ^C ^D-B    A      ^D      B - G
Angel of music, guide and guardian

^E      ^D  ^C    G     E-^C
Grant to me your glory!

^E-^D ^C ^D-B    A  ^D    B-G
Angel of music, hide no longer

^E-^D    ^C       G        E-^C
Secret and strange Angel!

 

 

 

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