|▲ 'Camille And The Sunflowers' releases six songs through various music sites (Photo=IM Culture)|
[Zenith News=Yoori Lim] The digital tracks from the musical ‘Camille and the sunflowers’ will be released on various music sites today at noon (21st).
The digital track from the musical ‘Camille And The Sunflowers’ featuring actors Yoo Je-yoon, Lee Ji-hoon, Yoo Joo-yeol, Lee Woon-jae and Han Ga-on drew attention by announcing that it will release the song at noon today.
With a total of six songs to be released, Lee Ji-hoon's number 'If To Me' is a song that expresses Camille who firmly believes that he is a sunflower, and captures the charm of small, naughty boy Camille.
'The World We See', sung by Yoo Je-yoon and Lee Ji-hoon features Camille and Vincent talking about the world that only they see, becoming the only friends that understand each other. 'If You Believe Me,' sung by Yoo Je-yoon tells Camille's older brother, Armand that he should understand and wait rather than criticize Camille who has special thoughts.
'We Are Nine Years old,' sung by Yoo Joo-yeol, Lee Woon-jae and Han Ga-on is a song about the nine-year-old adventure of Tomah, Jerome, Michelle and the Three Musketeers. In addition, ‘Letter’ sung by Lee Ji-hoon is a song that expresses the heart of Camille, who believes in Vincent and waits for him.
Lastly, ‘If You Believe’ is a song that tells Camille, who is thinks Vincent is avoiding him due to the misunderstanding of villagers, to believe in him and wait.
Meanwhile, the musical ‘Camille and the sunflowers’ is an adaptation of the fairy tale of the same name by the British children's literature writer, Laurence Anholt. It tells the story of a friendship between Van Gogh and a young boy.
The digital tracks from the musical ‘Camille and the sunflowers’ with a total of six songs will be released at noon today (21st) through various music sites, and the concert will be held at the National Museum of Korea Theater Yong until May 26th.
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